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The Singh Project Lions: Faces Of British Sikhs

by | 9th, November 2014

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THE Singh Project by British photographers  Amit and Naroop  focuses on members of the country’s Sikhs:

These intimate images highlight two very important symbols of the Sikh lifestyle the beard and the turban (Dahar). The turban in particular is a representation of honor, self-respect, courage, spirituality, and piety. Sikh men (and women) wear the turban to cover their long, uncut hair (kesh), and are also seen in this series brandishing a traditional Sikh sword (kirpan).

Originating in South Asia primarily in India, Singh was

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