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Maybe not during sports like Golf Veerji if you're wearing a du-rag then. But if u feel it would be anti-Gurmat then just wear special hi-tech shades with your Dastaar.

I mean while wearing a round dastar would it be considered against Gurmat?

Yeah shades isn't a problem, but I just wanted to be sure before I went out and bought a visor for a hike.

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hoe sikh topi dhare saat janam khuste hoe mare

Lol I've read that rehitnama but is this really a topi since I'd wear a dastar...

I'm starting to regret making this topic lol

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@OP DAAS JUST HAD HIS OPINION SO NO WORRY :)

ONCE OR TWICE DAAS DID A MISTAKE OF WEARING ONE AND WASN'T IN SIKHI WHEN HE WAS 11 OR SO AND NOW HE HIGHLY FEELS SORRY FOR IT :(

So I guess a visor is considered a topi then eh.
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I mean while wearing a round dastar would it be considered against Gurmat?

Yeah shades isn't a problem, but I just wanted to be sure before I went out and bought a visor for a hike.

Maybe it's ok because it's not as if you are wearing the visor as a replacement for the dastar, like those people who wear caps instead. Your main aim is most likely protecting your eyes from the sunlight whilst hiking. Although I think in your case getting sunglasses would be your best option, they will look better and be more comfortable with your dastar compared to a visor.

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Its not a topi because a topi has to cover the full head and a topi.This you are also wearing for your protection agianst the sun...Its not like your wearing as a fashion statment.If you can wear your dastar and this then go ahead.Have fun hiking :)

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