The Sikh religion.
because they don't cut there hair
Islam encourage men to wear turbans,but it is not a strict rule as in Sikhism
You are thinking Sikh, and that is because it is out of love and obedience of the wishes of the founders of their faith.
Sikh people have long hair. They never cut them. So, they wear turbans
The men also wore amazing turbans, nothing like the sikh turbans we see in the west.
Men in punjab wear kurta and dhoti and their turbans . Ladies in punjab wear salwar-kamiez and chunri.... it is a religious rule there to wear turbans (for men).
You are describing the Sikh religion. Sikhs are monotheists, and the men wear turbans because they do not cut their hair.
A turban is a kind of heard wear that invovles cloth winding. Sikh consider wearing turbans as part of their religious practice. All Sikhs prefer not to cut there hair so can keep the hair tidy by wearing the turban.
People do not necessarily wear turbans to hide their hair. Followers of the Sikh religion wear turbans because they believe that it conveys royalty, grace and uniqueness. In other regions, turbans are used because they are very effective at protecting the head from the heat of the sun in deserts.
Yes, they get them when they turn 5. They don`t cut their hair ever.