King Charles III visited the temple in socks and with a turban on his head

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King Charles III visited the temple in socks and with a turban on his head

The monarch visited Luton and talked to the volunteers.

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The King Charles III visited the Sikh temple, recently built by Guru Nanak Gurdwara, at Luton. This is reported by the Daily Mail.

During his one-day visit, the 74-year-old king took off his shoes and covered his head with a gray and white checkered turban as a sign of humility and respect.

During a meeting with volunteers at the temple, Karl also made the traditional namaste gesture, which he often used as a greeting during a pandemic instead of a handshake.

In addition, while in the prayer hall of the temple, the king put a traditional meditation shawl around his neck.

King Charles III visited a temple with socks and a turban

King Charles III visited the temple in socks and with a turban on his head

He was greeted by Professor Gurch Randhawa, member of the Sikh congregation in Gurdwara, deputy lieutenant and director of the Institute for Medical Research at the University of Bedfordshire.

He also met with the volunteers who run the Sikh school and had the opportunity to speak with Punjabi and traditional music students.

King Charles III visited the temple in socks and with a turban

King Charles III visited the temple in socks and with a turban on his head

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