Introducing the exhibition
Unravel the stories of this warrior’s turban and discover how and why turbans symbolise Sikh faith and identity.
Sikhism is one of the youngest world religions, founded in India over 500 years ago. Many Sikhs, including some women, wrap cloth around their uncut hair, making a turban, and this is an important symbol of their faith.
Here, curator Paramdip Khera describes the significance of the Sikh fortress turban.
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