Parandi is a three- threaded braid for the hair, typically worn by women of the sikh community. Reflecting amazing expression of Punjabi folk art, the Parandi has its roots in Punjab especially Patiala, the oldest centre of Parandi making.
The process of wearing Parandi is, Braid the natural hair till the desired position/ made in a pigtail. The three sections of the Parandi are merged with the natural hair. With Parandi mixed with natural hair, continue braiding until the end of the hair. At the end of the braid tie a rubber band to prevent the braid from opening/ tie a loop knot with the end of the Parandi. Finally attach the tassels with the upper part of the Parandi i.e. “dodi”.
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