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>Asian Groom’s Turban Styles

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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.

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>Rajasthani Turban Styles

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Safa: Rajasthani Turban in generally known as Safa. Safa is ten meters in length and one meter in width but it is not standard because every 12 meters you travel in Rajasthan you will find variations. A Safa is much more than just an item of headgear to protect the wearer from the sun’s heat. A Safa is about 30 feet long and about 4 feet wide. It was traditionally considered an essential part of a man’s clothing, and to appear in public without one was a sign of bad behavior. The color, pattern, and style of tying a Turban vary according to community, and even district. Thus it is said that the dialect of men’s Turbans changes every 12 miles in Rajasthan.