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How does Basanti Colour look like?
								

Many Gursikhs ask how does the Basanti colour looks like. The flowers in the picture below are of Basanti colour, the best colour for Keski, as per Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh jee:



This colour is different from the Orange/Bhagva colour that is common for Keskis now a days. Singhs should try using the Basanti colour instead of Kesri colour for their Keskis.

Kulbir Singh

More images:



Difference between Kesri and Basanti:
This Image Shows All Three Colors Requested (Navy Blue, The Basanti, and Popular Kesree)
All Three Comparison


This Image Shows The Comparison Between Basanti and Kesree
Kesree Vs. Basanti (Basanti Wins) (1)


This Image Shows Another Angle Of Both Colors
Comparison


This Image Shows The Ideal Colors For Keskee And Dastaar As Per Bhai Sahib Bhai Randhir Singh Ji
Kesree Vs. Basanti (Basanti Wins) (2)


A Point to note,
navy blue is also known as "Surmai" in gurmukhi.
It is one of the darkest shades of blue available in kapra stores.
And Like here, it can be mistaken for black in photographs or from distance.

If in Punjab, ask for Basanti & Surmai
If Abroad, ask for Lemon Yellow & Navy Blue (not royal blue)

Bhul Chuak Muaaf Jee

The above photos of Basanti and Kesri Dastaars have been taken by Tanvir Singh jee.

 
 
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Many Gursikhs ask how does the Basanti colour looks like. The flowers in the picture below are of Basanti colour, the best colour for Keski, as per Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh jee:



This colour is different from the Orange/Bhagva colour that is common for Keskis now a days. Singhs should try using the Basanti colour instead of Kesri colour for their Keskis.

Kulbir Singh

More images:



Difference between Kesri and Basanti:
This Image Shows All Three Colors Requested (Navy Blue, The Basanti, and Popular Kesree)
All Three Comparison


This Image Shows The Comparison Between Basanti and Kesree
Kesree Vs. Basanti (Basanti Wins) (1)


This Image Shows Another Angle Of Both Colors
Comparison


This Image Shows The Ideal Colors For Keskee And Dastaar As Per Bhai Sahib Bhai Randhir Singh Ji
Kesree Vs. Basanti (Basanti Wins) (2)


A Point to note,
navy blue is also known as "Surmai" in gurmukhi.
It is one of the darkest shades of blue available in kapra stores.
And Like here, it can be mistaken for black in photographs or from distance.

If in Punjab, ask for Basanti & Surmai
If Abroad, ask for Lemon Yellow & Navy Blue (not royal blue)

Bhul Chuak Muaaf Jee

The above photos of Basanti and Kesri Dastaars have been taken by Tanvir Singh jee.
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