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Why do Indians were turbans?

Turban wearing is not peculiar to Indians - other national and ethnic groups also wear them.

In India, the wearing of a turban usually denotes that the person follows the Sikh tradition, as it is one of the requirements for a devout Sikh.

In a Sikh temple, all must cover their heads in some form, and for those who would not normally wear one, bandanas are often provided at the entrance. When invited to a Sikh wedding, both my wife and I had to buy a hat for the wedding!
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