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13 hours ago, dharamyudh said:

Original Misl/Jangi Era Dastar all the way. 

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Any tips or video on how to best tie it 

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On 6/11/2022 at 2:03 AM, dharamyudh said:

Haven't found videos but it's pretty easy. All you need is the full voile material. Here is a video that has similar steps but I'll tell you what things you need to do differently. Tie your joora up and start the video when the Singh begins to tie his yellow material. 

Okay, here are the different steps you need to do. With his yellow material, this Singh makes a triangle base larh and covers his ears. What you wanna do is go above your ears. Once you do this step, cover the triangle (like he does). This is personal preference, but if you want material to show on the side of your dastar you tie your second larh slightly above (this Singh wants to show the whole material on the side). If you wanna keep it like you see in the frescos, you basically go over your first larh again and cover the triangle. 

 

At this stage, you'll have something similar to this, only difference is that your material wont be covering your ears and you won't have a bunga/keski. 

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Now, you have to pull material from this larh out to cover your joora. Pull this material over to cover it and use your free hand to hold it down. While holding it down, tie your third larh over to secure the material. This will give you the shape you see in the puratan pictures where the Singhs jooras would stick out. You can also do the joora covering step after you do your third larh and secure it with your forth. Again, personal preference. 

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For the forth larh, you just wanna go ever so slightly above your third larh, almost as if the two are blended. Make sure for both your third and forth, you go low from the back (occipital bone region). Tuck in the remaining material and that should be it.

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Thank you for this, which length do you recommend?

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14 hours ago, Guest Yug said:

Thank you for this, which length do you recommend?

Probably around 4-5 meters. However, at max all you're gonna need to do is tie 4-5 larhs. Once you get the basics you can play around with it and adjust the style to your liking. 

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On 6/15/2022 at 8:34 PM, dharamyudh said:

Probably around 4-5 meters. However, at max all you're gonna need to do is tie 4-5 larhs. Once you get the basics you can play around with it and adjust the style to your liking. 

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