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Me along with my group visited Gurdwara on October 4 2013 One thing that stood out as we entered was the dressing style All men covered their heads in turbans while women wore traditional Indian outfit salwar-kameez On entering I found posters of Gurus with turbans As I went downstairs I noticed small kids cover their forehead with a cloth Everyone present at the Gurdwara had to wash their hands and feet and cover their foreheads before entering the prayer hall At the prayer hall there was a stage present in the middle of the hall On the stage Guru Granth Sahib was placed with the help of the palanquin Palanquin or Palki is a raised seat made of wood or steal to place Guru Granth sahib Next to Guru Granth Sahib sat a religious man with a hair-wisp A committee member of Gurdwara said that the hair wisp is called Chauri and it is used to keep flies and insects off He also said that Chauri is used as a sign of authority and glory The religious man in charge of looking after Guru Granth Sahib also covered his head with a turban The turban plays an important role in this service Men entered the prayer hall in pride with the turbans onOne thing that caught my attention was the way people dressed for the service at Gurdwara Everyone followed a particular dress code As mentioned earlier all women wore salwar-kameez and all men wore shirt and pant The most important to be kept in mind is that all men before entering the prayer hall had to cover their foreheads All men have to wear turbans Small kids are required to tie their foreheads with a cloth if not turban which is available at the Gurdwara They cannot attend the service if they are not dressed appropriately Women wear salwar-kameez and once they enter the prayer hall they have to cover their
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