@Manjeet Kaur:- It is a touching story that you have. I have been following your posts and find it to be a dilema as to what should be suggested. Since you are from a traditional following and have brought up your children according to the proper Sikh faith, it is really stunning when you are faced with such a situation. Try and counsel your son. Maybe he would be in a position to understand.<quoted text>
actually i know if he cut then he never keep it in life again that's why i want to make my decision correct either a religious person or a haircut person so plz give your suggestion is break this rule or keep this rule
Alternatively, it may be suggested to him to wait for a while. How old is he and in which class?
It will be very difficult for you to allow him a haircut and then see him at home everyday with a different life style.
I am not sure where you stay and how is the closeness with the extended family.
I have seen and met families in North America where parents were Sukhi saroop/Amritdhari but the children were with haircuts. I have also seen families where fathers were President of Gurudwara but boy was clean shaven.
SO in the world of today anything can happen and if we do not want to lose the children we ahve to be very considerate and open.
But still ask your son to be patient, weigh pro and cons and then if he feels bad about it, let him go for a haircut.
It will be hard on you , but then I feel equation with children is foremost. Hoping for good will to prevail.
Do keep sharing