Symbolic of justice, Job 29:14
(Crown; Headgear; Tiara) In a dream, one’s turban represents his family tree, his paternal uncle, or his paternal aunt. In a dream, one’s turban also represents his crown, strength, integrity, state, or wife. Hone’s turban is taken away from him in a dream, it means that he may lose his job, divorce his wife, or lose his wealth.
The same interpretation is given for one who sees himself wearing a golden turban in a dream.
If a prophet of God Almighty, or a ruler crowns someone with a turban in a dream, it means that he will receive an important appointment, or that he may marry a pious woman. Putting on a turban in a dream means increase in one’s strength, expansion of one’s control, growth in one’s business, or it could mean becoming wealthy.
If the turban is made of wool in the dream, it means a spiritual appointment, and if it is made of silk in the dream, then it means living a corrupt state of mind, or earning unlawful money. Wearing a second turban on top of the first one in a dream means increase in one’s power. Fixing a turban for oneself in a dream means taking a journey.
A yellow turban means sickness.
A black turban means happiness and unity. Wearinga turban in a dream also could mean that one may lose his sight.
If a bewildered person sees himself wearing a turban in a dream, it means that his fears will dissipate. (Also see Crown; Headgear)
A turban generally symbolises authority.
The extent to which a turban is fastened around the head represents the extents to which a person would enjoy his authority.
The longer his turban the grater his authority.
To dream that you or someone else is wearing a turban, suggests that you are feeling confined by what society considers normal.