Turbans are also an article of faith for Sikh men and women. It symbolizes grace, strength, individuality and faith. Sikhs do not cut their hair as they believe it to be a God-given, sacred gift. Just like Buddhists, they believe in the power of meditation, which is aided by how you treat your hair, so it is usually tied in a bun in the center of your mind. There are various benefits to the turban, contrary to popular belief, yet it has a beautiful, inspiring history behind it. Google Snatam Kaur - her turban is a symbol of purity.
Thanks for your message, there’s so many meaning, so many beliefs concerning turban and covering head too!
I have some Sikhs friends here in Paris, unfortunately people does not understand what’s turban means to them!