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The Sikh Relief Team In Rajasthan, in the District of Hanumangarh, took to the streets today as part of a Dastaar (Turban) Awareness March. Hundreds of young Sikhs took part wearing colourful, vivid, beautiful Dastaars, in many styles, and came in large numbers on Motorcycles, Jeeps, and Cars to join in. 

This photo speaks a thousand words, showing the Sikh Youth joining together as One, supporting the importance of the Dastaar. This is a great thing to see, as many young Sikhs are moving away from Sikhi, whereas these Sikhs are taking action and working together to encourage them to tie a Dastaar, in an attempt to inspire the Sikh Youth of today to adorn this beautiful Crown.

Sikh Relief will be undertaking many more projects in the coming months, such as this, in order to inspire and motivate the youth, and for the betterment of the Sikh Nation.

 

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