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The Pagari (Indian Turban) shown in the intractable, is worn by the men in the Sikh community in India. It is a religious requirement of the Sikhs to never cut their hair and therefore to manage their long hair they wear the turban
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Step 1: Step 1

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Grow hair long enough to tie it in a bun fashion on top of your head.

Step 2: Step 2

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Fold cloth in an alternate folding manner with the length of ½ to 2 feet.

Step 3: Step 3

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Holding the end of the cloth in your mouth stretch it across the top of your head.

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Wrap it around your head and make sure it covers your ear lobe.

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Follow the image. 

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Follow the image. 

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Follow the image. 

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While wrapping around your head make sure you form a triangular shape on your crown.

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Spread open the cloth that was on top of your head and tuck it into the sides of the pagari.

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Open the cloth in your mouth and tuck into the back pagari.

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Front view.

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Back view.
Your Done!