They say that ‘Singh is king’ and there is a meaning behind this saying. Our Sikh brothers never fail to surprise us and warm our hearts with their courage and wonderful initiatives. Just like last year, a Sikh organisation undertook the initiative to celebrate ‘Turban day’ in the US.
#TurbanDay Celebration at #TimesSquare, #NewYorkCity.
My younger brother,S. Inderjit Singh also participated in the event, which was organised to educate general public about the #Sikh community & Sikh #Turban.#TurbanDay2018 #SikhValues #SikhBeliefs #SikhAwareness #unitedsikhs pic.twitter.com/6HetYFwld9
— Manjit Singh GK (@ManjitGK) April 9, 2018
The whole idea was to create awareness about the pride of the turban, which has been perceived in various ways in the last few years around the world. The best part is that they even made a world record for tying over 9,000 turbans in 8 hours.
Glad to see this new @GWR for more then #3thousandTurbun tie in #NY Sikhis?.I would like to suggest all sikhs from @nycgov Pls support only Punjabi singer who wear #Turban.. #TurbanDay @UsaSikh pic.twitter.com/0ng8zxoEIB
— Dilbagh Singh (@iamsinghdilbagh) April 9, 2018
— ♑ NAIDU ✨ (@chmnaidu) April 8, 2018
Thosands of people flocked the ‘Times Square’ and made the day memorable.
Really enjoyed celebrating #TurbanDay in NYC today. Event intended to demystify Sikh turban and educate general public about the Sikh community. Honored by the very warm welcome from so many in the Sikh community! pic.twitter.com/qgWwuIlp5T
— Ravinder S. Bhalla (@RaviBhalla) April 8, 2018
— Turban Times (@turban_times) April 9, 2018
— CNBC-TV18 News (@CNBCTV18News) April 9, 2018
The celebrations are also a part of the beginning of ‘Vaisakhi’ festival this week. Embracing a different culture is a beautiful thing to do and Sikhism is a religion which preaches harmony and unity.