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Waheguru ji ka khalsa, waheguru ji ki fateh :D

This is not really gupt but I need help, I am starting University soon and really want to wear dastar. I am looking for Voile and Rubia material for my dastar. I am going india soon and hoping to buy it there but how do you say voile and rubia in punjabi? ??? I know, a really stupid question lol but please help! Need to know what they are called in punjabi ? I even tried google translater, but useless LOL

Please don't close this topic :( Help :D

GUPT SINGHNI :D

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