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Cultures such as the Etruscans and Romans started to decorate their wreaths with jewels made up of gold and silver. While wreaths are certainly a likely beginning of today's headbands, some believe that current day hair bands have slowly taken shape from scarves that were worn around the head or were modified from the band of hats that tied under the chin. In the ancient times, Jews originally wore headbands, besides turbans , and keffiyehs as their traditional clothing.
In modern times, these Jewish fashions are only worn by Mizrahi Jews. Turban is part of the Sikh religious identity. Male Khalsa Sikhs [the initiated Sikhs] must wear a turban.
Some Khalsa Sikh women also wear turban. In general, all Sikhs are expected to wear a turban. Some Sikhs who cut their hair called Mona Sikhs also wear turbans occasionally when attending a wedding, religious ceremony or when attending a social gathering. This applies to men and women.
In some universities in India, for example, Jammu University, it is mandatory to wear a turban for the degree granting officials during a convocation function. A Sikh turban is not a headband. It is a symbol of self-respect, spirituality, and royalty. A full turban length is usually between 5 and 8 yards in length, but it has no fixed length.
The styles of turban also vary among the Sikhs. Some wear a round turban traditional dumala style , some wear the Sikh army style, and some Sikhs wear more modern style turbans.
Some Sikhs wear a smaller turban called Keski. A Baptized initiated Sikh does not go out in public without covering his head either with a small or large turban. The five articles of the Sikh faith are Kesh unshorn hair , Kachehra special breeches or drawers , Kangha wooden comb usually tucked in long hair of the Sikhs , Karha iron bracelet , and Kirpan sword.
These are called "5 Kakars" or " 5 Ks" in Sikhism. Some Sikhs believe that Keski small turban is one of the five required articles of faith because they believe unshorn hair is God-given. Turban is worn by the Muslims and Hindus as well, but it is not mandatory for them. It is mandatory for a practicing Sikh. There is no restriction on the color of turban among the Sikhs, but the more religiously appropriate turban colors for the Sikhs are:.
Once they enter the gates of the inner court, They are to wear linen vestments; They shall wear linen turbans, And linen drawers on their loins. In Turkish sarik is the usual name of turban. One of the commands of God to Moses was to wear turban as the symbol of prophethood, holiness and divine power; a command which was obeyed by the Jews and the Muslims for centuries and ignored or forgotten by the Christians.
In the early 20th century, wide headbands known as headache bands were very popular accessories in women's fashion. Their name came from the belief that the tight pressure they provided around the forehead could relieve or prevent headaches. The French called such a garment a bandeau bandeaux , plural.
In the s, headache bands would likely have been more lacy in design—a crochet central panel decorated with ribbons and rosettes and bordered with lace , for example.
Today, items called headache bands are apt to be strictly utilitarian and medical in focus. During the same period, jewelled headache bands or headbands, often in precious metals and precious gems , were popular.
During the s and s , many glamorous young women in Britain and the US wore plastic headbands with the beehive hairstyle , or silk veils when driving. At the same time, working class women wrapped strips of cloth around their hair as protection from the industrial smog and dirty rain. After the Summer of Love of , hippies wore tie dye and paisley bandanas as headbands  in imitation of Leftist activists and guerrillas.
These were also worn by many hard rock and heavy metal guitarists such as Jimi Hendrix , Keith Richards , Ted Nugent , Bruce Springsteen , or Link Wray during the early and mid 70s to keep cool on stage. Deely boppers were a fad in Princess Diana famously wore an emerald and diamond choker as a headband in Melbourne on the occasion of a state tour of Australia in In Japanese culture, hachimaki headbands may symbolise determination or devotion. Traditionally in Korea, warriors and members of military organizations such as the hwarang wore specialized headbands that kept hair firmly in place.
Practically, these headbands served to clear any obstruction to the eyes so as to not hinder the soldier in combat. Emblematically, the headbands served to symbolize strength of loyalty and submission to the state. Contemporary Korean high school students, particularly male students, are often portrayed donning headbands in preparation for the rigorous college entrance examinations.
Students commonly write encouraging or inspiring phrases on these headbands, such as "do or die! This practice has been largely popularized by the media. There are many materials used for headbands such as wood, leather, plastic, metal, fabric, hemp, teeth, human and animal hair, bone, and novelty materials. The leather headbands are usually glued onto a harder plastic headband, or they are hand-stitched.
Plastic headbands, which are most common, can be wavy, straight or angled and come in many colours. Metal can be used to form and support leather headbands.
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