Thursday, June 25, 2015

The Gold Medalist International Turban Coach Manjeet Singh Ferozpuria

 About Manjeet Singh Ferozpuria

Manjeet Singh Ferozpuria was born in village Mallu Wala, Dist Ferozepur (Punjab) on 26th March, 1989. He did his schooling from Mallu Wala and completed his Graduation from Guru Nanak College, Ferozepur Cantt. His love for turban tying started from the mere age of 11 
years when he had just enetered class 6th. The style he choose was one of the prevelent at those times i.e. Pochvi Pagg (Morni). His passion for turban was passed down by his elder brother, Gurmeet Singh Ferozepuria who at that time used to tie a turban and go to school. In his early days of wearing a turban he choose to tie a 5.5m double pagg which now has changed to 8m. The first time he wore a turban that was tied by his elder brother. So when he went to school with his turban on he was appreciated by his fellow classmates and even his school teachers. They all had smiles on their faces when they saw that even a 11 year old child had started wearing a turban to school. This appreciation for Manjeet meant much more which pumped him up to tie a much better turban for the next day to his school and many days to come. With all this inspiration and love Manjeet had a dream to take the SIKH DASTAAR to such a level in the world that every young sikh boy would be seen in a well tied turban. In almost a span of a week's time he had mastered the art of tying a dastaar.

Large Blog Image As the days passed by he often use  to see  pamphlets/posters of turban  tying competion in  his village and  some even in other cities. So he  started participating in them. He still  remembers  the first competition he  had participated in the year 2000  where he had stood Third place and  the person who stood first joked with  him that you could never tie a turban  like me and achieve a first place. This  very statement hit him very hard on  his mind and he pledged to himself that he would prove the world wrong and tie a beaturiful turban which would be appreciated by each and everyone. In the very next competition he again faced the same person who had joked with him but to his suprise he outlasted him and achieved the first position. He was awarded a certificate and trophy which still is a priced possession for him and is arranged with all his achievement. Post these inter distric turban competititions Manjeet started visiting other states and won many awards their also. Till date he has yet to any such competition. Few years passed by and Manjeet had completed his 10+2 (high school). One day when he had to attend a family function and was tying his turban his mother interrupted and got angry at him and said that, "Better than you were those elderly people who took 5 to 7 minutes to tie a turban while you have already taken 25 minutes and not even finished." Gathering these thoughts Manjeet got one thing right in his mind that he cannot waste so much time in tying the turban and that he must be ready in about 5 to 7 minutes. So first he mastered the timing aspect and took merely 10 minutes. But he was not satisfied and thought he could do better. So he kept on trying again and again. In about 3 to 4 months time he had practicised so hard that he brought down his timing to about 3 minutes. Manjeet then learnt all the different styles of turban tying like Amritsari,Patiala Shahi & Dumala. Once he had broken the time barrier. he wanted to do something which no one has ever tried i.e. to tie a turban without a mirror. This was also acheived in a few months. Next he wanted to tie turban's in situations people haven't thought of such as while walking,riding pillion to a biker/car etc. With hard work and dedication the seeds sown once had borne fruits and that everything was achieved in a certain time frame.

In the year 2007 while Manjeet was graduating from college his one and only hobby that was turban tying was in full swing and he had thought of opening a Dastaar Academy. With support from his family and friends he opened up the same in the city of Bathinda. This academy was open for the youth to learn from Ferozepuria and even if someone was getting married would he visit them and tie their turbans. As few months passed by many ideas came to his mind and one such was to tie a turban blind folded. Many people till date think this is not possible but Manjeet has proved everyone wrong by doing such. Initially he tied his own turban blind folded and later on went on tying others turban with his eyes blinded. One had to see to believe that even blind folded Manjeet not only gave a proper shape to the turban but also each and every "lard" from starting to the end was titch perfect with accuracy. To some people it looked like it was the work of an artesian. With this very moment Manjeet's confidence grew many folds.

In 2012,at the 3rd World Kabaddi Cup, Guru Nanak Stadium, Ludhiana, Manjeet was invited by the title Sponsor to perform at the closing ceremony. His performance was appreciated by the likes of Prakash & Sukhbir Singh Badal. Later on he was also interviewed by many TV NEWS CHANNEL like PTC,Chardikala Time,CNEV News, Pothimala Halchal, Fast Way News, 7C News, Sahara Canada,Jagoo Punjab,MH1 News,Live Today,Day & Night News Channel. Apart from the on and off interviews, Star Plus called upon Manjeet for a very special performance for their show "Aapka Star Aapka Shahar" which took place in Sector-17, Chandigarh which aired on the television on 29th June, 2014 where Manjeet was successful in tying a persons turban in under a minute (precisely 59 seconds). Folllowing this programme Manjeet had other plans in relation to turban tying, one of which was to tie someone else's turban blind folded in something as less than 22 seconds. He achieved this feat with gods grace on 5th July, 2014 in Gurudwara Dukh Niwaran Sahib, Patiala. Manjeet's popularity grew by many folds and he was often invited for judgement at various state and national level turban tying competition all around India(Delhi,Punjab,Haryana,Jammu). Internationally, Manjeet has had the oppurtuntity to visit Malayasia and Singapore where he was called upon by his fans so that they could learn how to tie a turban just like him.

Ferozpuria Dastar Academy

As previously mentioned in the  events of his life, Manjeet Singh  Ferozepuria Dastaar Academy  was given birth in April, 2007  while Manjeet was graduating  from college. This 
academy till  date stands at the same  location i.e. Street 12, Ajit Road  (Near Dhillon Hospital),  Bathinda (Punjab). People from  all states and all ages whether  it be Maharashtra,  Kolkatta,Srinagar, Panipat,  Delhi, United States of America, Canada ,UK etc have had the oppurtunity to come and learn at the Academy the different styles of Pagg. The training being imparted at this very institution is very methodological. In no sense has a shortcut been applied to learn this very art of turban tying. In less than 3 days and as much as 10 days one can learn any style of pagri from Manjeet's Academy. 2007 to present Manjeet has trained almost over 60,000 people. He's also been invited by people all around the globe for turban tying at their marriages. With this academy located in Bathinda, Manjeet plans to expand it to other major cities which are easily accessed and can cater to a larger mass of people.

The Tribune Turban Article 

Dastar or turban is the pride of the Sikh community — a symbol that sets it apart; a symbol of honour, courage, and reverence for the Sikh Gurus and their teachings. Tying the traditional 8-metre turban needs a deft hand, as the soft 3x4 copy muslin is swiftly folded and neatly pleated around the head. The younger generation of Sikhs, especially in foreign lands, is not familiar with the technique; the reams of cloth can be challenging. And this is where Manjit Singh Ferozepuria comes in, to lend a helping hand. A turban wizard, Manjit Singh can tie his turban blindfolded, precise to the minutest details, in 22 seconds flat. Not just that, blindfolded, he can also tie a turban on another head. What pushed Manjit Singh to it, however, has its genesis in an unpleasant experience. “It happened one day when I was in college in 2010. A friend, Baljinder Singh, poked fun at me while I was tying my turban before rushing for the classes. He
called me a paindu Yankee (villager attempting to look western). I was deeply offended, following which we had an animated discussion on the legacy behind the turban as a symbol, bestowed by the 10th Guru, Guru Gobind Singh, on the Khalsa Panth,” says Manjit Singh, who is much-sought-after by the Indian community abroad to teach their children the art of tying a turban. “I went through a lot of inner turmoil. I thought I should do something to carry on the legacy of dastaar as a symbol of spirituality and self-respect. I quit studies after my graduation from DAV College, Bathinda. There has been no looking back. I got a lot of local support from youngsters who were interested in carrying a neat look. I made my passion, my profession. Ironically, I also tied the turban of Baljinder Singh on his wedding,” chuckles Manjit Singh. Hailing from Malluwala village in Ferozepur district, 25-year-old Manjit has been holding such classes in Singapore and Malaysia to teach Sikh youths how to tie a turban. He will be travelling to Europe this month to hold workshops in various countries. A whopping 7.8 lakh follow him on his Facebook account. “People these days,” says Manjit Singh “are experimenting with their turban, unlike earlier times when the shape of a turban was associated with particular communities. There are nearly a dozen ways to sport a turban. I am good at Pochvin, Patiala Shahi, Amritsar Dhamala, Chand Tora Dhamala and Patka Keski styles. I get requests for weaving the knots for the headgear of Hindu grooms as well, besides requests from youths to give them the ‘Bhagat Singh look’ on special occasions.” Manjit Singh hogged headlines in local newspapers when he tied a turban straddling two motorcycles during the international kabaddi match hosted by the Punjab Government in 2013. For this, the crowd gave him a standing ovation. Manjit Singh has also taught Anantvir Singh, son of Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal, how to tie a turban,

The International Turban Events

I am going to share about a person which is the one of the great personality in sikh culture and traditions. His name is Sardar Manjeet Singh Ferozpuria ( International Turban coach). Now  I am going to share about his Europe tour where he spent 2 months over there and he wants to share some joyful moments. First of all he wants to thank Sardar Balwinder Singh Gurdaspuria How is a great fan of Sardar Manjeet Singh and was following him through social sites (facebook, wikipedia, youtube etc) and he Was influenced By his turban art and sponcered him to europe as a turban trainer to develop the growing sikh culture in europeon countries...

Germany Gori BoyNow i am going to share about his journey, He took flight from IGT Delhi on April 5th to Germany Dusseldorf Airpot. He was welcomed by Sardar Balwinder Singh and By his Sew friends. He started his first Turban Training Camp on April 7th Augsburg City Germany. Lot of youth came to join training camp even they were Not sikh people but they Were inspired and influenced by sikhism and took part in the camp. Camp was organised at Gurdwara Singh Sabha(Germany). He organised camp over there for 3 days and lot of fans from india and other different parts of europe influenced from this camp And More Over That Manjeet SinghGot 50 Thousant Likes in a single day of the camp and got invitation from many other countries of europe . He organised his next camps in Munchen city at Gurdwara Nanak Sabha, Frankfurt city at Gurdwara Sikh centre, Kolon city at Gurdwara Shabad Parkash, Asenberg city at Gurdwara Nanaksar. Sardar Manjeet Singh and Sardar Balwinder Singh was honoured by Gurdwara parbhandak society Nanaksar,Asenberg.

Sardar manjeet Singh further organised his turban training camps in Austria, Poland, Holland, Spain, Belgian, France. On the behalf  of Sardar Kulwant Singh Khalsa he organised a special turban training  camps in Italy and when he Had arrived at Rome airport upto 100 youth was waiting for welome in Italy. First camp in Italy was organised at Gurdwara Singh sabha, Flour city and other camps were organised at Gurdwara’s Kilgidhar, Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

The Gold Medlist Turban Coach 
One of the exciting moment in the life of Sardar Manjeet Singh when he got Gold Medal on May 5th  from the societies Desmesh Force and  Cultura Sikh Nojawan Sabha at Gurdwara Baba Makhan Shah Lubana, Borgo San Giacomo city, Italy .Gold Madlist Turban Coach Manjeet Singh FerozpuriaIts was really a memorable tour From where he Had never expected so much respect and love from the peoples around the world. He Gave message to sikh community any sikh around the world wants to take turban traning from him, He is ready to serve his self  by the  name of Khalsa at Every corner of the world . 

Monday, September 30, 2013

Learn all kinds of Turban and Patiala Shahi Turban from Superb Turban Coach Manjeet Singh Ferozpuria

 The Patiala-Shahi Turban

World Number One Turban Training Website

Please click on the following link to view the video, And Download Free Turban Training Videos This Site [ Click Here For The Free Townload Turban Video ] 

For more on the Patiala-Shahi Turban, here's an article by Manjeet Singh Ferozpuria 

The Patiala turban was evolved over a period of time and is best suited for those with broad faces and sharp features, ethnic characteristics which exemplify Sikhs of the region.

Since its inception, however, cross migration of Sikhs within Punjab and across the diaspora has somewhat affected the style, with the true Patiala Shahi turban connoisseurs now being relatively small in number.

Even though the Patiala turban has developed into an art form, it captures a carefree spirit, mainly because the larhs (layers) on both sides are not worn in a neat or distinguished manner. Overall, it presents a round look with its rear being flat. The thumb is used to depress the cloth at the forehead to create the perfect, triangular effect with the fifty (a band of cloth worn under the turban, the colour usually chosen to match).

Other requisites of the Patiala turban include use of Finlay‘s "F-74 mal-mal" fabric, at least seven-and-a-half meters of it, which is cut in half and sewn together to double the width; some light starch; and, a twist in the last larh.

Additional Deputy Commissioner, R.S. Randhawa, explains that the final larh was twisted in order to strengthen it so that it could support the kalgi (aigrette). The tradition, long after the kalgi has been discarded as an ornament, has however continued, says Mr. Randhawa.

He adds that the tradition of leaving the ear lobe visible in the Patiala style is continued by those who, like their ancestors, still wish to wear earrings.

While the colours of the Patiala turban were always light, pink and lemon were regarded as the state colours. ‘‘The colours have to be soft", says Raja Malvinder Singh, scion of the Patiala royal house.

He says light colours were worn since the Patiala turban took its final shape during the reign of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh. He recollects that different colours were used, depending on the festivals being celebrated. For example, the tarbuzi (watermelon) colour was worn during the Dussehra season. The darkest hue thus worn was dhani (dark green) to mark the Muslim mourning at Moharram.

Raja Malvinder states that though a style which could be loosely described as a Patiala one first came into being during Maharaja Rajinder Singh's time, it did not become identified as such and standardized until Bhupinder Singh's reign.

The Raja says that whereas the best quality of mal-mal cloth from Dhaka was used at first, Finlay's made it more accessible and commonplace once it started manufacturing the F-74 label. However, the width of this new version was 20 inches less than the earlier supply, as a result of which the turban became slightly smaller.

He adds that presently only families associated with the Patiala State have continued sporting the style.

"I used to wear the Patiala Shahi turban when in college, but my style changed when I joined the Army," says Mr. Randhawa. The same is said to be true of royal family scion, Capt. Amarinder Singh.

Presently, very few neelgars (dyers) in the city are said to be able to get the Patiala colours right. The traditional artisans were from the Punjabi-Muslim community, but the art is gradually being lost because few of their descendants still ply the trade in the region.    

Best Turban Training Centre And Free Turban Video Download Website In Bathinda In Punjab Turban Coach Manjeet Singh Ferozpuria

Manjit Singh is Available Any Contract Booking for Tying Turban of Any Style in Punjabi Films Give Fantastic Looks to the Sikh Heroes Punjabi Turban Video Download
Turban training Centre Turban Tying we take pride in providing you with the best services possible in Bathinda Our goal has been to always accommodate our customers demands for the supreme services they deserve We achieve this goal through honesty and integrity.We’re always early and we’ll get you and your wedding party there in style and on time We are dedicated to giving responsive service to each and every customer. Manjit singh provide service to all over punjab and around. Best Turban Training Website Follow

Monday, July 15, 2013

Best Turban Coach Manjeet Singh is available to do any Contract /Booking for Tying Turban ( of Any Style ) in Punjabi Films

Manjeet Singh is available to do any Contract /Booking for Tying Turban ( of Any Style ) in Punjabi Films.

Give Fantastic Looks to the Sikh Heroes with the Pride of Turban!

Contact ,Mobile: +91 94635-95040, Add Me & WhatsApp , WeChat

Skype: Manjeetsingh23

Website :


Thursday, July 11, 2013

BEST PUNJABI TURBAN COACH INTERNTIONAL TURBAN COACH BHUPINDER THIND THE SUPERB BOLLYWOOD OR PUNJABI FILMS TURBAN COACH Turban Training Turban Coaching Dumala, Best Punjabi Turban Puni, Bhupinder Singh Thind World No 1 Turban coach Pag Pagg, Pug Pugg, Pagri Dastar Tying Turban Tutorial meta namedescription conten Turban Coaches in Punjab Punjabi Turban Bathinda Jalandhar Moga Ludhiana International Turban Coach Turban Coach for All states In India Turban Coach in Bathinda

Ferozpuria Dastar Academy

St. No. 12, Near Dhillon Hospital
Ajit Road, Bathinda (Punjab) - INDIA
Contact Person: Manjit Singh
Phone: +91 94635 95040

Best Turban Training Website

Contact Person: Gurmeet Singh
Phone: +91 94174 13003


Skype: manjeetsingh23  

Best Turban Training Centre in Bathinda, Jalandhar, Punjab Bhupinder Thind - How to tie Turban Turban Training Online - Best Punjabi Turban Coach India (Punjab) International Turban Coach - Turban Training, Turban Coaching Dumala, Best Punjabi Turban, Puni, Bhupinder Singh Thind World No 1 Turban coach Pag Pagg, Pug Pugg, Pagri Dastar Tying Turban Tutorial

Ferozpuria Dastar Academy

St. No. 12, Near Dhillon Hospital
Ajit Road, Bathinda (Punjab) - INDIA
Contact Person: Manjit Singh
Phone: +91 94635 95040

Best Turban Training Website

Contact Person: Gurmeet Singh
Phone: +91 94174 13003


Skype: manjeetsingh23  

Home About Bhupinder Thind ( Ferozepuria) About Turban , Best punjabi Turban Coach In Bathinda, jalandhar Diljit Turban Singh Dumala Nikku Turban Wallpaper Archive for the ‘dastar Sira Events Wallpaper Videos Free Turban Training Images Photos’ Tag I am Bhupinder Singh , My Official Website /My Work Turban Training Centre In Bathin da, Moga and Jalandhar I Love Sikhsm , Punjabi Culure I Love Son Of Sardaar Move My Turban Awards 2009 .Best Turban Tying With Close Eyes Thanx Friends Spot My Talent Love U All WALLPAPER  EVENTS RANDOM GURUDWARAS   VIDEOS Son of Sardar turbanking sardar videos Sardar Wallpaper Sikh religion wallpaper son of sardar son of sardar images son of sardar movie son of sardar posterson of sardar songsson of sardar trailerson of sardar videos son of sardar wallpaper Turbanator Boys