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How to tie a "Puratan Dastaar"?

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh! 

Does anyone know how to tie a Puratan style Dastar, the same type of style that Guru Gobind Singh Ji or Guru Hargobind Ji wore? 

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Bloody hell he's gotten pretty good at it! I've not seen the most recent pics.

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On 1/10/2018 at 3:29 AM, TheeTurbanator said:

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh! 

Does anyone know how to tie a Puratan style Dastar, the same type of style that Guru Gobind Singh Ji or Guru Hargobind Ji wore? 

The gurus wore a Mughal style dastaar, though Sikhs wore the style which is now worn by Namdharis.

 

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the anglo dastar/patiala (ghadar) is basically our dastar turned 90 degrees I've heard said and judging the namdhari style seems like there may be something to that statement.

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On 1/9/2018 at 9:20 PM, Singh123456777 said:

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http://www.sikhiart.com/product/guru-arjun-dev-ji-spiritual-blossoming/

The photo bhagat Singh draw of Sri Guru Arjun Dev ji looks as he draw his own photo with small changes and called it Guru Arjun Dev ji photo.

This is not the only photo he draw of himself and labelled it something else.  Look at this one, sada shiva photo looks like him.

http://www.sikhiart.com/product/sada-shiv-ji/

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3 hours ago, monatosingh said:

If one was to wear a namdhari dastar, wouldn't it only be namdhari if it was white?

bro it would only be namdhari if you were one ... just a sikh wearing a mughal dastar is still the sikh he always was

 

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On 1/11/2018 at 12:53 AM, InderjitS said:

I'm guessing this style was tied during non-combat periods. For battle readiness looks way too loose.

I agree that his tying of it seems loose.

Also, just a question: Is is guy (or everybody else, too) simply assuming that "this is the style worn by Guru Hargobind ji" because of a painting?

Aren't the paintings painted that way because kings were just represented in that style? Persian style?

Does anyone have any other evidence (than the painting) that was actually the style of turban worn by Guru Sahib?

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14 hours ago, BhForce said:

I agree that his tying of it seems loose.

Also, just a question: Is is guy (or everybody else, too) simply assuming that "this is the style worn by Guru Hargobind ji" because of a painting?

Aren't the paintings painted that way because kings were just represented in that style? Persian style?

Does anyone have any other evidence (than the painting) that was actually the style of turban worn by Guru Sahib?

true that most paintings are in the fashionable persian style , however all relics indicate gol dastars were popular with Guru Sahiban too

 

 

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On 5/8/2018 at 3:34 AM, BhForce said:

I agree that his tying of it seems loose.

Also, just a question: Is is guy (or everybody else, too) simply assuming that "this is the style worn by Guru Hargobind ji" because of a painting?

Aren't the paintings painted that way because kings were just represented in that style? Persian style?

Does anyone have any other evidence (than the painting) that was actually the style of turban worn by Guru Sahib?

Persians emperors wore topis, not dastars

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