12 thoughts on “2Red – Making Chauris

  1. It is waved by the person reading the Guru Granth Sahib in order to show respect for the holy book.

    It is a traditional Indian symbol of authority,Indian rulers of Hindu God are often shown being fanned with a chauri.

    The Chauri is a fan or fly whisk.

    The handle normally made of precious metal and wood.The fan itself is made of yak hair, the tail hair of a white horse.

  2. A chauri is somthing you see in a gudwara or temple it is
    like a brush or fan you wave it gently while saying the
    Guru Granth Sahib there are a lots and lots and lots of
    words in the Guru Granth Sahib.

  3. The chauri is a fan or fly whisk . The handle is normally
    made of precious metals or wood. The fan itself is
    traditionally made of yak hair, the tail hair of a white
    horse, or peacock feathers, but you will find that natural
    fibres such as cotton or silk are common and modern
    versions use nylon. It is waved by the person reading
    the Guru Granth Sahib in order to show respect for the
    holy book. It is a traditional Indian symbol of authority,
    and Indian rulers or Hindu gods are often shown being
    fanned with a chauri.

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