Independence Day: PM Modi opts for a saffron turban;  all the times he chose unique headwear

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As India celebrates 75th Independence Day today, Prime Minister Modi was seen participating in the celebrations at the Red Fort. For the event, he was seen in a traditional kurta and churidar which was paired with a blue colored jacket. Known for his unique headgear on such occasions, he opted for a saffron and cream turban that included a long tail. He further paired the jacket with a white scarf and used it as a mask to cover his face in light of the pandemic.

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi waves to the public during the 75th Independence Day at the historic Red Fort in New Delhi on Sunday August 15, 2021 (PTI Photo / Kamal Singh)
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi after inspecting the guard of honor at the historic Red Fort on the 75th Independence Day in New Delhi on Sunday August 15, 2021 (PTI Photo / Shahbaz Khan)

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In the past too, the Prime Minister has always made a statement with the choice of his headgear. Last year, he donned a multi-colored turban when he was spotted giving his sixth Independence Day speech. In 2014 he was spotted bright red Jodhpuri bandhej turban. The following year, he opted for a turban with multicolored crossed lines. In 2016, he was seen in a tie-dye turban. Check out the pictures.

pm narendra modi, turban fashion, independence day PM Modi on the occasion of the 74th Independence Day. (Source: Reuters)
Narendra Modi speaking to residents of Red Fort, Delhi, August 15, 2017.
Narendra Modi carried on the tradition of wearing the turban on Independence Day. (Source: photo file)
Narendra Modi addressing the people of the Red Fort. (Source: photo file)
Narendra Modi gave his first speech as Prime Minister in 2014. (Source: File Photo)



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