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This emoji is a person with a turban, commonly used to represent a Sikh. Read more
This emoji is used to represent a Sikh, and is often used to show solidarity with the Sikh community or to express appreciation for their culture. It is not a rude emoji, but rather a way to express support and appreciation.
This emoji is not particularly popular, but it is gaining more traction as awareness of the Sikh community increases. The age group most likely to use this emoji is younger generations, as they are more likely to be aware of and supportive of the Sikh community.
This emoji is most commonly used on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
The history of this emoji is relatively recent. It was added to the Unicode Standard in 2019, and is part of the Emoji 13.0 update. This emoji was added to provide representation for the Sikh community, which had previously been lacking in the emoji set. The turban emoji was designed to be gender-neutral, and to represent the diversity of the Sikh community.