How much do you really know about the kaleidoscopic pebbles of fabric?
Across nations, the turban can reflect on one’s culture or religion. A quirky head-gear, that is fast becoming a style statement.
The origins of the turban could have gone down in history, but the accessory was often sighted in the ancient Indian, Mesopotamian, and Sumerian civilizations.
Back in the day, the styled head gear could have been disregarded by fashionista's, but is now being incorporated as a cherished accessory to heighten the glory of the created outfit and the individual’s persona. There are 21 different ways to drape this fashion headgear.
Arabic Style of tying a turban
Indians have adopted several styles and colors. A hue of spectrums come alive, as the 21 styles rendezvous to create an indelible imprint on the mind of the onlookers. The shapes and forms are telling of a certain tale. Some of them these drapes impart an element of humour, but are nonetheless widely recognized.
Rajasthani Style of Turban
The diversity of the turban is witnessed through the striking differences between the rounded dastaar, used by Sikh community. The vibrant ‘safas’, used in Rajasthan, are simply eye-catching. Turban today are all-involving of an array of prints, tie and dye techniques, intricate embroidery and more.
The turbans are increasingly being accepted by Fashionistas but yet impart flavorful elements of culture that it’s been draped in.
Sikh Style of Turban