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- n. a scarf worn by Sikh men
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He was endowed with Bishan Bedi-type wiles – only because he wore a patka – when he ran through the Pakistan middle order at his most productive venue, Old Trafford, in 2006.
The clubs have strict rules against headgear associated with gangs, and apparently his patka resembled the banned do-rag.
In Carlsbad, California, 22-year old Dave Bindra has filed a religious discrimination complaint after he was denied entry to two night clubs because he was wearing a patka, a tighter fitting version of the traditional Sikh turban.
On June 3, Jagmohan Singh Premi was punched in the face after a student intentionally attempted to remove his patka at the Richmond Hill high school.
The camera man is seen running towards me and the intensity and pace with which his camera clearly hits my head and it was not like just a touch, it hit me hard on my head and patka, "Harbhajan said.
"I am very particular of being touched and hit at my head or my patka.
The cameraman is seen running towards me and the intensity and pace with which his camera clearly hits my head and it was not like just a touch, it hit me hard on my head and patka, "Harbhajan wrote in his bigadda blog.