#MyTurban

The #MyTurban series of short films features prominent Sikhs in Britain talking about what their identity means to them.  The series formed part of the touring exhibition in 2012.

Hardeep Kohli is a broadcaster and comedian, often seen with a lively coloured Turban.British Punjabi singer Jassi Sidhu speaks out about his Turban pride, the lack of Turbanned Sikh singers in the industry and what his Dastaar means to him.101 year old marathon runner Fauja Singh speaks about the importance of his Turban on the eve of his carrying the Olympic torch for the London Games 2012.Mandeep Kaur is Sikh Chaplain to Her Majesty's Armed Forces. She shares her thoughts with Turbanology about the importance of the Sikh Turban for Women.Business Tycoon Peter Singh Virdee speaks to Turbanology about how his Dastaar (Turban) puts him a cut above the rest in the business world.Sir Mota Singh QC was the first non-white Judge appointed to the bench. He gives his take on what it meant to be able to do so with his Turban rather than the traditional wig.Amardeep 'Magic' Singh is a performer - here he discusses his Turban identity and entertaining the masses.In the second of our #MyTurban videos, we speak to Kulveer Ranger Director of Environment at the London Mayor's Office.Amarjit Singh is a Partner at global firm Ernst & Young. He is the head of the EY Sikh Group - and speaks about what his Turban identity means to him.In the third of our #MyTurban videos, we speak to Jay Singh-Sohal: Producer at Sky News, independent filmmaker and TV presenter.Hari Karam Singh - born and raised in the USA - is a white Western Sikh musician and graphics designer. He speaks to Turbanology about his journey to embracing Sikh Turban identity,DJ Stin aka Satinder Singh from Birmingham talks to Turbanology about what his Dastaar (Turban) identity means to him.Interview with Captain Makand Singh, Royal Logistic Corps; on the day of his investiture at Buckingham Palace where he received the award of MBE from the Princess Royal. Filmed on location on Thursday 10 May 2012.