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Gurfateh Ji,

 

Sangat ji, does anyone have a contact (shop or outlet) in India where I can order proper Khalsa Royal Blue F74 malmal dastaars? The really deep blue shade (almost purple looking) that doesnt fade? Nihung colour.

 

Thank you.

 

Vaheguru!!

 

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, SantSapai said:

Gurfateh Ji,

 

Sangat ji, does anyone have a contact (shop or outlet) in India where I can order proper Khalsa Royal Blue F74 malmal dastaars? The really deep blue shade (almost purple looking) that doesnt fade? Nihung colour.

 

Thank you.

 

Vaheguru!!

 

 

 

 

You could try asking relatives in India. After a google search it came up with this:

 

This is in UK though:

http://www.dtfbooks.com/sikh-turbans-dastars-mal-mal-f74

https://www.sikhistore.com/category/dastars-sikh-turbans/mal-mal-f74/

 

India:

https://sardarpagrihouse.com/

https://m.facebook.com/Sardar-Pagri-House-313881948653203/?locale2=en_GB

 

( Sorry can't rate any of them, only did a search)  

 

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1 hour ago, simran345 said:

You could try asking relatives in India. After a google search it came up with this:

 

This is in UK though:

http://www.dtfbooks.com/sikh-turbans-dastars-mal-mal-f74

https://www.sikhistore.com/category/dastars-sikh-turbans/mal-mal-f74/

 

India:

https://sardarpagrihouse.com/

https://m.facebook.com/Sardar-Pagri-House-313881948653203/?locale2=en_GB

 

( Sorry can't rate any of them, only did a search)  

 

Thank you for the links and your search.

I have no relatives in India unfortunately.

I have been using Sikhistore for the past few years (great service) but there Royal Blue colour is not consistent. It also fades too much.

Will check out the other links too.

Also came across www.khalsastore.com in India.

Might just make a trip to Punjab soon and make a contact to ship over when needed.

Thank you.

Vaheguru

 

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