Every year, Turban Day brings together hundreds of volunteers from the Sikh community to tie colorful turbans on New Yorkers, tourists from across the world, and Americans from across the country visiting Times Square. While tying the turbans, we also talk about the Sikh heritage, identity and make those getting the turbans tied aware of the culture.
The purpose of the Turban Day campaign is to bring awareness among all Americans and other World citizens about Turban and its values in Sikh faith to help correct the misperceptions about Turban through which we share the values of love, faith, equality and social justice.
For every Sikh, Turban is our Pride, our Honour, our Legacy and the Crown gifted to us by Sikh Gurus to stand for Equality, Justice and Humanity and not just a piece of cloth which is tied around the head.
PINK TURBAN DAY
Sikhs of NY tied up with the Susan G. Komen foundation based in NYC to spread awareness about Breast cancer and honor those fighting the tough battle.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
With the aim of helping as many people as possible, we always lack of enthusiastic volunteers and we go where the poverty of the world to support and propagate the sense of life and sense of protection environment, improve the living conditions