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Photographs of an unknown Singhni in London, England dressed in Sikh bana (uniform of the Sikh Nation). This not the warrior bana of the Sikhs, which comprises of a turban tied warrior style, chola and commarbund. The white scarf under the chunni is in the Persian style.
As the commentator, below correctly observes, the Sikh tradition is that females wear a dupatta or chunni on their head, they do not typically wear a turban (though they are a perfect liberty to do so). But note that the Bana of Guru Gobind Singh Ji can be worn by any Singh or Singhnee.
These fashionable Singhnees at shooting practise have turbans
This singhnee has a modified Patiala style man’s turban
A singhnee prays in her Nihang warrior turban. She has a chunni around her neck.
Bhag Kaur in her Afghan style heavy blanket type of chador leads 40 horsemen into Battle at Khidrana Sahib.
Sardarni Sada Kaur (the first Singhnee commander), in her heavy Afghan Style chador, leads 14,000 horsemen on an attack on Delhi. This is a heavy blanket style chador.
Evolution Of The Sikh Chunni
Persian Style Chador -> Afghan Style Chador -> Sikh Style Chador -> Sikh Duppata -> Modern Sikh Chunni
It’s a Punjab style chunni. Good for fashion.
The Real Sikh Girl has a Nihang style warrior turban.
It’s a Punjab style chunni
Sahib Kaur, mother of the Khalsa, in her modified Afghan style dupatta. Scene from the creation of the Khalsa.
A tall Singhnee defines Singhnee fashion in her warrior’s dumalla.
This Singhnee is in full bana and her head is covered with a heavy Afghan style chador. She is carrying a spear used to battle elephants.
This pretty Singhnee dhol player has covered her dumalla with a light Punjab style chunni
A proud Singnee gets ready to bow to the Guru Granth Sahib.
Just another nihangnee for the Sikh quom (race and nation)
A Singhnee at the Battle Of Anandpur Sahib