SikhiWiki:Today's featured article/December 19, 2008
The dastaar is a headdress consisting of a long scarf-like single piece of fine cloth wound round the head or sometimes over an inner "hat" or patka. Traditionally in India, the turban was only worn by men of high status in society; men of low status or of lower castes were not allowed or could not afford to wear a turban.
Sikh's are famous for their distinctive turbans. The turban represents respectability, and is a sign of nobility. .....More