Turban Tying - Women's Turban #1

Turban Tying - Women's Turban #1

This style originated from the western Sikh communities in America....

This style originated from the western Sikh communities in America. Most western Sikh women who become a Sikh wear a turban (whether or not they are Amritdhari). This is a common style which is worn. Usually it is at least two layers. One layer of turban fabric and then a white chuni at the final "finished" layer. 

Turban Layer 1 - Around 3 meters long and folded three times.
Turban Layer 2 - Around 4.5 Meters long and folded twice.
Turban Layer 3 - White Chuni

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