The power of the turban | Being Sikh – BBC

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    British Sikhs explain the sacred meaning of the turban and how it guides their lives.

    British Sikhs celebrate some of life’s biggest moments, from birth and coming of age to marriage and the end of life.

    Harsimrat and Jagjit are celebrating the birth of their first-born baby at home. They turn to the Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh book of prayer, to determine the first letter of their baby’s name.

    15-year-old Ansh has been wearing his turban for two years. He is continuing to learn and embrace its sacred meaning and looks ahead to how much of a part it will play in his life as he grows up.

    Hari and Kiran are young newlyweds and are continuing their devotion to their guru through their marriage and in their daily lives. They visit their gurdwara and carry out worship and prayer with one another.

    Hardeep’s father recently passed away, and after the funeral and cremation, he scatters his father’s ashes over flowing water to reunite him with God.

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