CoverYourHair Black Turban
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In the Philippines, the turban has a long history associated with native Austronesian (Malayo-Polynesian) cultures, and reinforced with significant cultural influences from the rest of Maritime Southeast Asia (especially Java, Borneo and Sumatra), India, Arabia, China, and Persia, through the different epochs of Philippine history. From Mesopotamia to West London, a 4,000-year history of the turban". CNN. 15 February 2019 . Retrieved 27 September 2020.
Navy blue was first used after British Royal Navy officers wore uniforms in the colour in 1748. The uniforms proved so popular that the colour was eventually adopted by navies around the world. Our Navy Blue Turbans are so versatile, they can be easily paired up with greens, reds, greys and even purples. Navy Blue is a very popular turban shade - if you don't have this one in your closet, then it's definitely one you need to be adding. The scholars mention that one can implement and realize the Sunnah of wearing the turban by intending beautification when wearing it and that one can wear the turban with or without a hat underneath it (both are acceptable). [ad-Dʿiāmah, Jʿafar al-Katāni] This shade of blue is named German Blue simply because this is where the chemical process dye for the colour originated from. Blue is a colour that has long been associated with royalty, art, military, business and nature. This particular shade is bright and portrays power and valiance. This is the ideal spring/summer colour, and can be worn both casually and smartly.
This is the position of scholars such as; Imam al-Haytami and Imam al-Bājūri of the Shāfiʿi school and al-Qādi Ibn ʿArabi of the Māliki school. All of whom say it is a emphasized Sunnah (sunnah mu’akidah). [ad-Dʿiāmah, Jʿafar al-Katāni]
The pre-colonial item of clothing is also worn by non-Muslim Lumad and Cordilleran chiefs and upper class individuals in times of celebration or for specific rituals. These putong or turbans can be ornately women or designed, and act as a status symbol for the wearer.Yellow is a happy colour that symbolises sunshine, happiness, and joy. It brings out one’s identity and who they are, giving the ability for one to learn and gain insight to more knowledge that can help them on their life journey. We know that “actions are by intentions”, and if one intends by wearing the turban or following the Prophet (ﷺ) in any of his actions, Allah (Most High) will reward the servant according to their intentions.