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#1111
May 5, 2011
 
d earlier 1 had a few errors .. so i have posted the above one.. edited**

Since: May 11

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#1112
May 5, 2011
 
I agree with you on some points Life . But I believe by teaching kids more about Sikhi and what the Guru Ji's and Sikh Heroes did they will understand to not cut their hair without forcing them. As a 12 year old boy and both my parents have cut Hair and my Mom is a Indian Sikh born in U.S.A. AND I DECIDED ON MY OWN TO GROW MY KESH and eventually become Amritdhari once I am older. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh.

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#1113
May 6, 2011
 

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Akash i am very proud of you and with the decision you have taken. This is exactly the freedom that i am talking about. U set an example for ur generation generation. Ur parents did not force any thing on you u WILLINGLY wanted to keep kesh and respect sikhi. And the decision to go Amridhari is a heartfelt one.May the Guruji's bless you and endow you with all the strength and focus to fulfill you mission. My only hope is that just like Akash's parents all the parents Sikh heritage should not force Sikhi into their childrens but rather teach them and educate them about sikhi as much as they can. Willful followers like akash will follow.. if the guy/girl does not feels like following the practice of keeping un-shoven hair.. they should be given the liberty, the freedom to do so.. rather then forcing it on.

Lets Make Sikhi a Liberal & Free Religion.. wihtout any BANDISH! P

Proud to be a SIKH WKWF!!

Since: May 11

Gainesville, VA

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#1114
May 6, 2011
 
Thanks for the support life.

Since: Apr 10

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#1115
May 7, 2011
 
navneet kaur wrote:
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i think the sikh who wrote this forgot d part of his faith that lays utmost stress on respecting women...u r just anothr pretender man..!! keeping keshas doesnt make u a gursikh..thr s a lot more to sikhism..
miss i had written it but i fail to understand where did i disrespect girls and if by any means i have hurted anybodys sentiments then im extremely sorry.

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#1116
May 7, 2011
 
xxx190 wrote:
@herman - WELCOME BACK DUDE !!
@cynthia- well said !!
thnx man..
Simar

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May 8, 2011
 

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Here is my story -i am 21 years old girl belong to a sikh family.i prepared for CDS after graduation.i was selected in it and i joined the OfficersTraning Acadamy (O.T.A) which is a part of indian army in chennai.as i mentioned i was from a sikh family and my long hair was a big problem from the first day.there were two more sikh girls in my batch.on the first day all other students get their haircut too short (girls also) but we didnt had any change in our look.but chennai is very hot during summer.so we spent a lot of time in morning to make a bun of our hair so usually we were late.and get punishment for it.after that one of mine friend suggested for haircut we all wanted to get haircut but we were afraid of our parents.one day our senior asked us for haircut who was a sikh before and she got haircut recently.than she seperately talked to teachers and they told us that if we want to get haircut they will talk to our parents.we were ready now so on next sunday we were in saloon for first time.I was trembleing.firstly my batchmate's hair were cut and she was looking like a boy.than it was my turn firstly my braid was cut by scissers and then my hair were cut like a boy.it was a cool feeling.and i was feeling too light.and my friends were glad by this change and our parents were ok with it.
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May 9, 2011
 

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Simar wrote:
Here is my story -i am 21 years old girl belong to a sikh family.i prepared for CDS after graduation.i was selected in it and i joined the OfficersTraning Acadamy (O.T.A) which is a part of indian army in chennai.as i mentioned i was from a sikh family and my long hair was a big problem from the first day.there were two more sikh girls in my batch.on the first day all other students get their haircut too short (girls also) but we didnt had any change in our look.but chennai is very hot during summer.so we spent a lot of time in morning to make a bun of our hair so usually we were late.and get punishment for it.after that one of mine friend suggested for haircut we all wanted to get haircut but we were afraid of our parents.one day our senior asked us for haircut who was a sikh before and she got haircut recently.than she seperately talked to teachers and they told us that if we want to get haircut they will talk to our parents.we were ready now so on next sunday we were in saloon for first time.I was trembleing.firstly my batchmate's hair were cut and she was looking like a boy.than it was my turn firstly my braid was cut by scissers and then my hair were cut like a boy.it was a cool feeling.and i was feeling too light.and my friends were glad by this change and our parents were ok with it.
I know of many ppl like you who had to get a cut for their professional fields, but some sections of out good old society dont approve of it... n this is the thinking which needs to change.
Gold

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#1120
May 9, 2011
 
Simar wrote:
Here is my story -i am 21 years old girl belong to a sikh family.i prepared for CDS after graduation.i was selected in it and i joined the OfficersTraning Acadamy (O.T.A) which is a part of indian army in chennai.as i mentioned i was from a sikh family and my long hair was a big problem from the first day.there were two more sikh girls in my batch.on the first day all other students get their haircut too short (girls also) but we didnt had any change in our look.but chennai is very hot during summer.so we spent a lot of time in morning to make a bun of our hair so usually we were late.and get punishment for it.after that one of mine friend suggested for haircut we all wanted to get haircut but we were afraid of our parents.one day our senior asked us for haircut who was a sikh before and she got haircut recently.than she seperately talked to teachers and they told us that if we want to get haircut they will talk to our parents.we were ready now so on next sunday we were in saloon for first time.I was trembleing.firstly my batchmate's hair were cut and she was looking like a boy.than it was my turn firstly my braid was cut by scissers and then my hair were cut like a boy.it was a cool feeling.and i was feeling too light.and my friends were glad by this change and our parents were ok with it.
Congratulations on the change even if for a professional cause. And great for having such understanding and encouraging parents. Do let us know of your later reaction and experience. I am sure after such a convenience and a few haircuts you will not go back to the long hair style. Congratulations once again, Simar, for the courage. May many with your thought increase.

Since: May 11

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#1121
May 9, 2011
 

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Gold ur an idiot you have no respect for Sikhism - .-
Gold

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#1122
May 9, 2011
 
Akash Singh wrote:
Gold ur an idiot you have no respect for Sikhism -.-
You should not make such irresponsible statements. Just because I feel it worth while to appreciate persons with courage, does not mean I have no respect for Sikhism. By blaming me and venting out your anger on me will not stop boys, girls and ladies from going in for haircuts. Maybe you are pained but then the other person is relieved. And if it does not suit you , you should not visit such fora either. It is a way of life and we should learn to be responsible citizens with mutual respect for each other. You may have your opinion, though.

Since: May 11

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#1124
May 11, 2011
 
Sorry bout the outburst but u should never encourage Sikh's get haircut the Guru Ji's said not to care for worldly appearance and care about bring a true Sikh look at Gora Sikhs they keep their Kesh fine people Make excuses to cut their hair and fit in That's the truth. KEEPING KESH IS Important !!!!! I am 12 yrs old and I ON MY OWN DECIDED TO GROW MY KESH and keep a patka keeping Kesh is one of the important things about Sikhism. Why fit in if you're born to stand out. Be a true Sikh keep your Kesh. If you have any questions ask me I could help you out. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh.
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#1125
May 12, 2011
 
i am married person i want a haircut because my wife dont like my long hairs and my moustache what can i do

Since: Feb 11

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#1126
May 12, 2011
 
man singh wrote:
i am married person i want a haircut because my wife dont like my long hairs and my moustache what can i do
well the question arises.... what do u want ??? u might not even like many things which ur wife does or has,,,dos she change for u ???? Marriage is all about adjustments, if she did not like u the way u were she shouldnt have married to u , love is accepting the person as he or she is n not by changing him or her. n moreover if u want a haircut be sure if u really want it or not , just dont do it just bcoz she wants it...
but incase u really want a haircut for ur self then i guess u should go for it ....
It all depends on what u want , n not ne one else
Gold

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May 12, 2011
 

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man singh wrote:
i am married person i want a haircut because my wife dont like my long hairs and my moustache what can i do
The the answer is simple - Go get a haircut and take ur wife with you so that she can decide on the style. This is the only way fro homely bliss.

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May 13, 2011
 

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u should try convincing ur wife rather than convincing urself to cut hair
Bold

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Gold, didn't know one gets homely bliss with a haircut ...Wow! u have enlightened us! if we start hearing to this idiot (by the way this is not an opinion, but a FACT) we are doomed ...
Akash Singh

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#1137
May 16, 2011
 
Bold wrote:
Gold, didn't know one gets homely bliss with a haircut ...Wow! u have enlightened us! if we start hearing to this idiot (by the way this is not an opinion, but a FACT) we are doomed ...
I agree down with Gold!:D
Cio waterwalker

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#1138
May 16, 2011
 
Bold wrote:
Gold, didn't know one gets homely bliss with a haircut ...Wow! u have enlightened us! if we start hearing to this idiot (by the way this is not an opinion, but a FACT) we are doomed ...
i think this thread is for inbreds only.
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I am not going to post my full name, but to the kid from Florida. You talk as if you are smart but you don't know anything about the real world. You are stuck in the realm of your parents and you have been swayed by their ideals. If you go outside walk up to a white couple and tell them that their baby is cute, they will look at you like a terrorist and walk away. I am 18 years old, I go to college, and everywhere I go I get people staring at me like I am some sort of carnival act. They tell their friends to look secretively and I see people look over their shoulders to see my turban. I have racist rednecks telling me that I am a terrorist. I live in fear everyday cause I don't know if the next time I go to school if some guy is going to walk up to me and beat the crap out of me just cause I choose to follow my parents religion. If you are from anywhere in the middle east or india, you will know that if someone is wearing a religious headdress they are targeted as unwanted by the society in the US. As for people in India, you have no excuse for cutting your hair unless you have a hard time tying a turban and being late. People from India are born in an environment where they are not shunned for being gursikh. People will look at you and say,"Look, there is a sardar" here in america people look at you and think,"terrorist". I don't want to walk down the street and have the first impression I make to a person be that I am a terrorist. I pisses me off that appearances are the first impression but the sad truth is that it is the first impression.

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