I came across this song video sung by Ravinder Grewal. The song is called 'PAGH' (meaning 'Turban'). Click on the image to view the video:
The video has a very uplifting message of what the Pagh represents. Although the song is very good, the men in the video wearing Dastaars (turbans) all have TRIMMED BEARDS. It's sad to see a man with a beautiful turban crowned on his head but his beard mowed over with scissors. (But still at least they have Pagh on their head).
The Pagh is a Sikh's SHAAN (glory), MAAN (honour) and SARDAARI (leadership). It is so sad to see youngsters and even elderly men nowadays swapping their MAJESTIC CROWN for CAPS, HATS and small PATKAS. Rab Rakha! A Sikh man and woman lives in the GRACE and GLORY of the Almighty through maintaining FULL APPEARANCE and crowned with a TURBAN.
Let us thank our Great Guru for having such Grace upon us and uplifting us with such a beautiful roop (image) of angelic prince and princesses.
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Audio: Khalsa Jo Roop (Jazzy B/ Sikhi Khandiyon Tikhi)