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With a view to adorn every Punjabi look graceful with a turban, the symbol of punjabi heritage and culture, efforts started with a small group of youth.
Whose enthusiastic campaign, hailed with great zeal and fervor gave birth to Sardarian Youth Club {regd}.
The Campaign started at the Guruduara sahib of Sri Guru Singh Sabha in april 2005 got itself registered on june7-2007 in the name of Sardarian Youth Club {Regd} Barnala Which devoted itself to this great noble cause.

So far, The Sardarian Youth Club holds the privilege to adorn about ten thousand youth with graceful turbans with having organized free of cost sessions in the art of turban dressing in 80 villages. For this noble act, the deserving pupils are granted free of cost turbans and the club runs free of cost service in training the youth in self dress in turban. To enhance and promote the cultural heritage of Punjab, the club has opened fifteen branches to popularize the symbolic practice of turban dressing, a hall mark of grace on every Punjabi head.
Our Objective: A message to each and every Punjabi, to be around the world with graceful turban and have a self-identity with difference.

With a view to adorn every Punjabi look graceful with a turban, the symbol of punjabi heritage and culture, efforts started with a small group of youth. Whose enthusiastic campaign, hailed with great zeal and fervor gave birth to Sardarian Youth Club {regd}.
The Campaign started at the Guruduara sahib of Sri Guru Singh Sabha in april 2005 got itself registered on june7-2007 in the name of Sardarian Youth Club {Regd} Barnala Which devoted itself to this great noble cause. So far, The Sardarian Youth Club holds the privilege to adorn about ten thousand youth with graceful turbans with having organized free of cost sessions in the art of turban dressing in 80 villages. For this noble act, the deserving pupils are granted free of cost turbans and the club runs free of cost service in training the youth in self dress in turban.

To enhance and promote the cultural heritage of Punjab, the club has opened fifteen branches to popularize the symbolic practice of turban dressing, a hall mark of grace on every Punjabi head.
Our Objective: A message to each and every Punjabi, to be around the world with graceful turban and have a self-identity with difference.