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>Vivek Oberoi | Wedding Photos

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Groom’s Sherwani On Vivek Oberoi.

Vivek Oberoi on his wedding wore a Sherwani with alot of embroidery work done on it, including zari, reham, dabka, kora and beads etc accompanied with embellished stole, matching plain Churidar pant and the most important attire of a groom, richly embroidery yet beautifully designed trendy Turban. I love the way he carries all the stuff so remarkably, no doubt he looks a perfect Indian Royal Dulha.

>Men’s Turbans Are Now In Action !!!

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TURBAN

Turban is an English word loosely used to refer to several sorts of ‘Headwear’. As you travel region by region you’ll see varied Turban tying styles. Turbans and Pagries are made of various cloths like Silk, Tissue, Cotton, Khaddar, Brocade etc. Many styles are included in the creation of versatile Safa/Turban. Like they are printed, some of them are embroidered with zari, beads and sequins and this artworks makes the Turban/Safa much more attractive. A Turban is variously called Pagri, Pencha, Sela, or Safa, Patka depending upon its size and style. For example: The Pagaris are usually 52 feet long and 9 inches wide while the Safas are shorter and broader, 30 feet long and 4 feet wide. In addition to adding color to a man’s costume, Turbans plays a more significant role. The Turban denotes a man’s hometown, profession, station in life and other personal details. However those who can afford it, wear . Some different designs and colors depending upon the season, occasion and region takes pride in its own distinctive way of tying a turban. For example:

Types Of Turban:

Wedding/Groom’s Turban:
Safa (Rajasthani Turban):
Pagri (Jaipuri Turban):
Patka (Kids Headwear):
Dastar (Loose Turban):

Here are some different designs and colors depending upon the season and occasion, for example:

Lahariya Turbans (from the Sanskrit word Lahara meaning Wave) worn during the rainy season.

The white and red Turbans called Falguniya are worn in the spring.

Pink, red, and green patterns are worn for Festive events.

Dull colors, such as dark blue, maroon, or khaki are worn during somber events.

The dotted Chunri pattern are worn to signify a birth.

Pichranga(five colours) is famous in Jodhpur and mostly used by Rajputs.

Jari turbans are made by the cloth of Jari and Silk , it is generally worn on formal occasions of Marriage along with Sherwani with heavy beautiful embriodery patterns on them.

>Abdullah Ejaz In Pakistani Sherwani

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Abdullah Ejaz photoshoots in Groom’s Wear. Plain Sherwani with just a little hint of embroidery on Neck and sleeves-line, while there’s also an embellished bunch on his placket. He’s also complimented with a traditional Turban on which some botis are scattered all over. Looked simply amazing here.

>Farhan Ali Agha In Groom’s Sherwani-Red Turban

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Paki actor, anchor and model Farhan Ali Agha In Black Groom’s Sherwani. His style and dress looks wonderful.

Sherwani is very decent just had some little embroidery on neck with golden zari, kora and beads work. And the most interesting part about Groom’s wear is Turban/Pagri or which our Pakistanis says Dulha’s Koola. Its in Red Crepe georgette with botis and a neck ornament is gracing up its looks.

>Asian Groom’s Turban Styles

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Wedding/Groom’s Turban >

The dress of bridegroom is incomplete without Groom’s Wedding Turban. Be it is a traditional Pajama Kurta, Sherwani, or a formal Bussiness Suit these caps/turbans brings a glow on the face of every Bridegroom. Groom is not less than a king on the day of Wedding moreover the ornamented Turban adds stars to his personality. Imperial Groom Turban is exclusive taste of dressing giving a sparkle of happiness and colors on the Wedding Ceremonies.

The Turban is usually fabricated with two different types of clothes one is Brocade and the other may varies like Silk, Tissue etc.

The Groom’s Wedding Turbans are the important part of the Indian/Pakistani Groom’s Attire. In Pakistan these Turbans are called Qulla. These are crafted with a variety of materials like Zari, Gota, Dabka and Chuneri. The Sherwani or the suit can look elegant with the Designer cap thus adding to the charm of Groom Wedding Turban. Mostly Groom’s Turban is dotted with “Kalgi”, a gem studded brooch in front of the cap. Various folds in the turban are decorated with sequins, beads and Zari. These are the most traditional looking Indian/Pakistani Groom Wedding Turbans.

>Traditional Kids Patka Style

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Patka: The Turban what kids wear is very informal type pugree known as ‘Patka’.
Dastar: Well the loose easy type Turban worn at home is known as ‘Dastar’.

>Jaipuri Turban Trends In Action !!!

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Pagri: A typical wedding in Jaipur always reflects the royal heritage of Jaipur. The Jaipuri Turban worn by the Grooms are made up of the Bandhani or the Jaipur type print on the cloth. The front portion of the Turban is decorated with the beads, gems and zari work. A specially made Turban with golden or silver “Zari” or the threads with a long tail is called as Pagri. It is basically worn in Jaipur. The Pagri also has a small horn like shape that surely gives it a royal look.