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India | 'This man is a baptized Sikh whom I met at The Golden Temple. His turban is made of 30 meters of cloth and is decorated with the two primary symbols of Sikhism: the Khanda and the Ek-Onkar. Baptized (Khalsa) Sikhs like this man follow the famous five K’s: Kachera, Kara, Kirpan, Kanga and Kesh' | Image and caption © Julie Hall
Sikh martial art experts prepare to give demonstration at Vaisakhi Festival in Southampton Vaisakhi is festival celebrating creation of the Sikh Nation.Thousands of Sikhs,women in colourful saris,men wearing turbans,join Sunday Nagar Kirtan procession.Parade is led by drummers followed by 5 sword-bearing Beloved Ones in saffron tunics escorting a float carrying Sikh holy book. Procession pauses at Sikh temples on the route for men and girls to give demonstrations of Gatka,Sikh martial art.
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