AAA

Ashburn, VA

#3969 Oct 7, 2013
g singh wrote:
plzzz tell me whether i should directly my hair with scissors at home or i should ask my parents for a haircut. i m really scared too ask them.everyday i have to suffer from teasing at my skul.
first ask parents..... If your hair is receading then just shave your head. Dunno but buzz cut is kinda necessary for the first time.
gfj

Ludhiana, India

#3970 Oct 8, 2013
Hi friends i belong to sikh fammily but my mother cut her i cant but i day when i was going to attemp a marriage my mother get my hair curled but i was not looking good then she get my hair rebonded and i was looking good and my mother ask me if iwant to cut my hair i said ok she take me in bedroom and make a ponytail and cut my hair and i went to salon to get hair till my shoulder and after that i never increse my and go for regular haircut thax mom
khoji sikh --xyz

Dallas, TX

#3971 Oct 8, 2013
vaalan diyan doe naavan--some sikhs since some time have been asking more new about ths tht gurbani --sach kadva supan meethey --nar chaahat kach aour aourey ki aurey bhai--rebuild--6 oct 2013 one gets of--dil ka phikar na jaye kabeer--hnk dtlos --rebuild
HindusJijasulaim aniLund

Gurgaon, India

#3972 Oct 10, 2013
matherchod harami hindu from Ashburn VA is here

ha ha ah ah ah ah ah harami hindu from Ashburn is typical kutta

well he asks his daughters to get go for sulaimani Lunds
since this harami hindu from Ashburn VA gets good money

well it is nice posts here

so sikhs u wann hair cut
good

kick the babas out

and also do not fall prey top harami hindus as here one using id @ AAA from Ashburn VA

this is harami hinbdu from Ashburn VA indeed

Islam shows the right way

so defeat matherchod harami hindus and babas
andopt for Islam
Kanwaljit Singh

New Delhi, India

#3974 Oct 14, 2013
i tell u my story as i came from traditional gursikh family and find turban as a burden and from last 3 years i was planning to cut my hairs but never done dat coz i know this will creat mess in my house but on 20 sep this year when i was tying my turban got in argue with my father as we are getting late for shop and i am have problem with my turban as i was not able to tie it and my father was shouting with me then i came to my sister's room from where i took seccior made ponytail and chopped it all ( that time my hairs are butt length) ant i cut it till my neck after coming back to lobby everyone is shocked the saw the pony in my hand and i said that from now we will reach to shop on time after dat i gone to saloon for styling and got my face shave. my parents didnt talked to me for 1 week after dat every thing is normal my sister told me dat i look more smart now and im also feeling very relax and from now onwards im not going to keep my hairs back & now i can smoke in open as erlier i used to smoke in lonly place.
Not to loose the True Guru’s Grace
The birth as a human being is very difficult, before taking birth as a human one has to take birth in 84 lakhs ‘yonis’ according to one’s deeds. If someone percives birth as human being he/she has to find a good teacher (guru) to attain eternal happiness and peace in his/her own life. It requires MUCH LABOUR to find a 'poora guru'(complete and perfect teacher), who helps in one’s journey of mind and conduct to attain eternal happiness and peace. In other words , IT IS VERY DIIFFICULT TO GET BIRTH AS A HUMAN BEING AND IT IS MUCH MORE DIFFICULT TO GET BIRTH IN A SIKH FAMILY OR ANYHOW NEARNESS TO ‘POORA GURU’. As we (Sikh) got the nearness of ‘poora guru'(complete and perfect teacher) by our past good deeds, as baani says
'purab likhat likhe gur paeiya'-4th Guru Nanak, Ang 13 SGGS
'Bhag hova gur sant milaya,
prabh abinasi ghar mean payiya'-5th Guru Nanak, Ang 97 SGGS
We could have achieved more benefits from 'poora guru' and can proceed further, but not to WASTE our past hard labour of good deeds BY GOING AGAINST THE SIKH PRINCIPLES.
It is easy to become a Doctor, an Engineer, a Pilot or any other good professionalist but it is very difficult to earn 'Dharma' by making good deeds in our life. So, one should not waste this type of labour by going against the sikh traditions.
The importance of ‘poora guru' is very great, as baani says
'poorea gur ka sun updesh,
parbrahm nikat kar pekh'(Sukhmani Sahib)-5th Guru Nanak, Ang 295 SGGS
Our great Guru directly connects us to the God Almighty and God is in His nature, as even 1st GURU NANAK’s baani says
‘balihari kudrat vasiya, tera ant na jayi lakhiya’-Guru Nanak, Ang 463 SGGS
Japji Sahib’s 1st pauri says ‘Hukam rajai chalana Nanak likhiya naal’,as we have to follow His DIVINE WILL and respect the NATURE.-Guru Nanak, Ang 01 SGGS
HAIRS ON THE HUMAN BODY IS BY NATURE, AND GOING AGAINST THIS NATURE COULD ATTRACT HIS DISPLEAURE FOR A SIKH.
Kanwaljit Singh

New Delhi, India

#3976 Oct 14, 2013
i tell u my story as i came from traditional gursikh family and find turban as a burden and from last 3 years i was planning to cut my hairs ........
YOU ARE A GREAT LOOSER IF YOU (Sikh) CUTS YOUR HAIRS.
The birth as a human being is very difficult, before taking birth as a human one has to take birth in 84 lakhs ‘yonis’ according to one’s deeds. If someone percives birth as human being he/she has to find a good teacher (guru) to attain eternal happiness and peace in his/her own life. It requires MUCH LABOUR to find a 'poora guru'(complete and perfect teacher), who helps in one’s journey of mind and conduct to attain eternal happiness and peace. In other words , IT IS VERY DIIFFICULT TO GET BIRTH AS A HUMAN BEING AND IT IS MUCH MORE DIFFICULT TO GET BIRTH IN A SIKH FAMILY OR ANYHOW NEARNESS TO ‘POORA GURU’. As we (Sikh) got the nearness of ‘poora guru'(complete and perfect teacher) by our past good deeds, as baani says
'purab likhat likhe gur paeiya'-4th Guru Nanak, Ang 13 SGGS
'Bhag hova gur sant milaya,
prabh abinasi ghar mean payiya'-5th Guru Nanak, Ang 97 SGGS
We could have achieved more benefits from 'poora guru' and can proceed further, but not to WASTE our past hard labour of good deeds BY GOING AGAINST THE SIKH PRINCIPLES.
It is easy to become a Doctor, an Engineer, a Pilot or any other good professionalist but it is very difficult to earn 'Dharma' by making good deeds in our life. So, one should not waste this type of labour by going against the sikh traditions.
The importance of ‘poora guru' is very great, as baani says
'poorea gur ka sun updesh,
parbrahm nikat kar pekh'(Sukhmani Sahib)-5th Guru Nanak, Ang 295 SGGS
Our great Guru directly connects us to the God Almighty and God is in His nature, as even 1st GURU NANAK’s baani says
‘balihari kudrat vasiya, tera ant na jayi lakhiya’-Guru Nanak, Ang 463 SGGS
Japji Sahib’s 1st pauri says ‘Hukam rajai chalana Nanak likhiya naal’,as we have to follow His DIVINE WILL and respect the NATURE.-Guru Nanak, Ang 01 SGGS
HAIRS ON THE HUMAN BODY IS BY NATURE, AND GOING AGAINST THIS NATURE COULD ATTRACT HIS DISPLEAURE FOR A SIKH.
Kanwaljit Singh

New Delhi, India

#3977 Oct 14, 2013
"i tell u my story as i came from traditional gursikh family and find turban as a burden and from last 3 years i was planning to cut my hairs but never done dat coz i know this will creat mess in my house.........."
Pl tell me truly that if you are having your small child in your hands and your train is about to leave and you are in a hurry to cath the train, in that condition if you will leave your child at the station and move fast to catch the train ?
Your answer must be No. In this way you told that you were getting late on going to your shop, while tying your turban, then you decided to cut all your hairs on your body. If you cut your hairs, you are a very great looser. You will lose the very relationship with a 'poora Guru', which one have to get after very much hard work of good deeds, in many many births.
Meh

Ashburn, VA

#3978 Oct 15, 2013
I am 17 and bald from sides. This is very disturbing as i cant get a decent haircut cos of balding. I will have to keep this turban for rest of my miseral life. This balding is causing anxiety. My grades were good but because of balding my grades turned bad.
Meh

Ashburn, VA

#3979 Oct 15, 2013
I am feeling betrayed too cause both my brother and sister cut their but when i told about me cutting hair they fu(king hit me yes hit me hard in head. My mother too is like a b!tch. She never understood me for her their were only two child. She too trims her hair but did not let me. For her their is only god never me. And i am planning to go UK for further studies. But i think i would be hit with racism in their.
Ashima

Birmingham, UK

#3980 Oct 16, 2013
Hey I'm a Sikh girl and I'm 20 years old. I have recently cut my hair and stylised my hair by having layers. I personally don't believe in religion or God but my parents do. I'm going back home in 3 weeks time. I don't know shall I wait until Christmas holidays. My parents are going to hate me but they will understand as they know that society is changing plus my brother trims and my dad used too. I don't know!!! Please help
happy

London, UK

#3981 Oct 19, 2013
pannu you are right this girl was stuped
mani

United States

#3983 Oct 20, 2013
hey friends. today i frst tym myself shaved my beard after my haircut.the feeling was worthless.i decided for dis yesterday only and bought gillete razors and shaving gel.In mrning i shave before bath.it was amazing.Now my face is clean which was looking nasty before .i m very much happy and decided to shave myself in future.bie.......
K Kaur

Bradford, UK

#3984 Oct 22, 2013
Wahegurujikakhalsa, wahegurujikeefateh!

Brothers and sisters, you guys are cutting ur hair to fit in, into the 21st century. Why do u want to fit in? Stand out, u r blessed to be born into a Sikh family. We are engrossed in Maya but we don't realise it.
Since daas started to wear a dastaar, I have been given so much respect. Singh and singhniya say fateh to me... Even if I don't know them. Why? Because they see that guru gobind singh ji's singhni is coming.

HOW DID OUR DASTAR FIRST START???

Dad's could be wrong here but when guru teghbahadur ji gave up their body, and their sees returned to guru go bind singh ji, GGSJ asked how many Sikhs there were, the guru piyara could not answer, because they all looked like Hindus. GGSJ then said, I am going to make such a distinct identity so that from miles people can say ' there is waheguru Ji's son/daughter.'

Dharam Rai jabb lekha mangey, kiya mukh lehkey jaingaa?

I don't think my English made any sense there...
K Kaur

Bradford, UK

#3985 Oct 22, 2013
PLEASE READ
(A Dialogue between Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh Ji and the Prison-Superintendent Mr. Gupta at Nagpur prison.)

Superintendent:'IS IT NECESSARY TO KEEP LONG HAIR?’

Myself: Is it necessary to keep the head on the human body?
Supdt: The body cannot survive without the head.
Myself: If, however, it could survive, would you be willing to get rid of it?(If the body could survive without the head, would you remove the head?)
Supdt: The head is more important and is an integral part of the body. With the head the body becomes complete and without the head, body cannot survive at all.
Myself: Have you placed the head on your body yourself?
Supdt: No, God has placed it there.
Myself: Undoubtedly God has placed the head on your body. If, however, it were placed by you, perhaps, you could afford to remove it as an unwanted burden.
Supdt: Of course. But how can we remove or afford to get rid of something given to us by God?
Myself: Well, suppose, if someone removes that God-given head from the body, what would you call that person?
Supdt: Undoubtedly, he would be called a tyrant, oppressor, murderer and an assassin.
Myself: If someone asks you questions as to why you have kept a head on your body, what will you think of him?
Supdt: It would be a sheer stupidity on the part of the questioner.
Myself: Just the way, our heads are placed on our bodies by the Creator Himself, the same way, the hair on my head and yours as well, have been grown by the same God - the Creator. Therefore, your question regarding keeping of long hair is irrelevant in itself, because it is not I who has grown it there, but the hair is God\'s gift. Just as the head on the body is God\'s special gift, so is the hair given by Him. It is our first and foremost duty to look after the hair (God\'s gift) as we would like to look after and protect our head. Those who do not maintain God-given gift on the head,(cut off or completely shave off their hair), are, in my well-considered view, ungrateful and disloyal to the supreme will of God. I consider them murderers.
Supdt: No, they cannot be called so, you can give them some other name, because in cutting hair no blood is spilt.
Myself: You mean if blood is spilt, then alone it can be called a murder or assassination. What if someone is strangled to death? Would you still not declare it a murder, because in strangling a person, no blood is spilt, though death does occur? It is no use indulging in verbal arguments. You know very well that in certain methods of murder, not even a drop of blood is allowed to spill. Would you not call perpetrators of these crimes as murderers? If not, what else will you call them?
khoji sikh --xyz

Saint Paul, MN

#3986 Oct 23, 2013
vaalan diyan doe naavan---some Sikhs who got haircut say they did it for removing rebuild hot trouble making friends and gf bf wf hsb shauk pankhi di tarah asmaan ude etc beant these in pjb darje de oh sabh whereas if one sees it is fifty prc suitable milda julda and these kinds of have five prct plus again same five prct chain ahmeat rebuild unless majbouri kptkpn rebuild
Priya

Ashburn, VA

#3987 Oct 25, 2013
Are you really oiling your daughter hair now?
hobo

Howrah, India

#3988 Nov 3, 2013
there is no point of keeping hair.. i am 17 and balding(my hair is thinning too) damn it's very depressing.
Raman Preet Singh

Ashburn, VA

#3989 Nov 3, 2013
Why do you boys and girls need to think of cutting your hairs....??? Whyyyy??
hobo

Howrah, India

#3991 Nov 3, 2013
Raman Preet Singh wrote:
Why do you boys and girls need to think of cutting your hairs....??? Whyyyy??
Then what's the point of keeping long hair?

Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#3992 Nov 4, 2013
hobo wrote:
<quoted text>
Then what's the point of keeping long hair?
Its because our religion teaches us about purity every Singh or singhni who get their hairs chopped would surely realise their regret...
It was NEVER about keeping ur hairs longg....it ws about keeping it pure n uncut...its sacha swarooop 'the true image' of a person thats wot has been taught....its not about looking good or ugly...couldn't u look good being a sikh....yes u caann broo...each and every sikh guy or sikh girl can look good, there's no doubt in that for sure.

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