Indian culture has long had a stranglehold on its citizens’ lifestyle choices, making it quite noticeable in the global context. Every small habit, employment, tradition, custom, art and craft, cuisine, clothing, hierarchical standards, educational pattern, and language portray the cultural flow of a cultured society’s evolution.
People conducting yagyas or other sacred rites (such as those linked to marriage) are obliged by Hindu customs to have their heads wrapped with a veil or a fabric covering.
As a result, at Hindu weddings, both the brides and grooms are seen wearing a hefty or rich fabric cloth/decorated veil, and even the priest is seen wearing a cotton cloth on his head. This is, nevertheless, noted to be rather common for weddings across many schools of religious teachings (especially for women).
The type of draperies, which varies from place to place, is what distinguishes the local cultural appearance. A common feature of all groom pagdis from diverse areas is that, like that of the bride’s veils, the groom’s pagdis/turbans can be embellished with metal ornaments such as precious metal brooches and costly diamonds.
Let us take a look at the handsome hunks of television; Nakuul Mehta, Arjun Bijlani, Karan Mehra, and some other actors who effortlessly flaunt the turban look. They are all seen wearing a turban either for their role as a groom or while playing a baraati.