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RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY

Sikh Turban Showdown

  • Aired: 02/28/2013
  • 03:32
  • Rating: NR
The Sikh Foundation of Virginia held a “Turban Showdown” for pre-school children and older youth of its gurdwara in Northern Virginia. Parents help them wrap the turban or keski and watch them walk a runway. Youth and education coordinator Surinder Singh explains the meaning of the turban and why it is, for Sikhs, a mark of pride, respect, and responsibility.
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