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Portrait of a Ascetic practicing Sufism

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Portrait of a Ascetic practicing Sufism
The Colorful Turban of a Sufi Mystic

See also:
A Muslim Mystic Washes himself in the River, Beggar by choice: A Sufi fakir seeks alms on the street

Indian Head-Wear Through The Centuies
Indian Headgear

More Pictures of Indian Headgear 
The Embroidered Woolen Cap of Ibrahim Adil Shah IIInexpensively Decorated HeadgearTypical Headgear worn by Sikhs and Muslims in IndiaThe Kavi (Indian Red) Turban of Swami VivekanandaThe Turayi Headgear of a Halakki Tribal
Tilaks Maharashtrian Turban Popular during 18th-19th centuriesThe Turban of Pandit Madan Mohan MalaviyaThe Elaborate Turban of a Nobleman, MysoreKulavi the stitched Head GearQuilted Hat of a Vijayanagar Nobleman
Rumal of a Farmer in KarnatakaThe worn out cap of a homeless manThe Man in PinkYou are hereMarwadis Marvelous Turban
Sikh youngster with sporty Head GearMan in Yellow Turban (Peta)Festive Turban of a Sikh YoungsterHappy Villager from Rajasthan, IndiaMan in Red Turban
Man in Red Rumal

 

 

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