Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#4042 Dec 4, 2013
If anybody want to share some problems and want
to have it discussed for getting solutions....

http://m.topix.com/forum/videogame/create/T1I...
K Kaur

Bradford, UK

#4043 Dec 4, 2013
Jasjit singh gill wrote:
So for what purpose our sikh warriors sacrificed their life shame on you people u r not only murderer of hairs but of sikhism only
WAHEGURU!:)
K Kaur

Bradford, UK

#4044 Dec 4, 2013
Raman Preet Singh wrote:
<quoted text>
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.
I've exaplined many points about why sikhi actually says to keep our kesh. Please read my comments.'K Kaur'
K Kaur

Bradford, UK

#4045 Dec 4, 2013
Raman Preet Singh wrote:
Hello Manmeet,
I want to tell you that haircut is not only solution for the split ends, there can be some substitute for that for sure
Split ends occur when the protective outer
layer of the hair cuticle wears away
because of external stressors, such as heat
styling and salon chemical services.
Use conditioners that are good ones...
After you apply
conditioner in the shower, slowly run a
wide-tooth comb through hair until all the
tangles are out and do this without making your rough after rubbing those with towel.
If you use a hair dryer, use some top rated economical brand, rather than inexpensive ones that are not good in performance, the latter ones can dangerously overheat overtime and can tend to burn your ends split...
Treat your hair with so much care...and
Use only
covered elastics with no metal piece to tie your hairs into ponytail...don't pull your hairs very tightly..
Always use a
nozzle on your dryer to control and direct
the flow of air, and dry hair in a
downward direction before sectioning off
and drying completely with a round brush.
This way, you spend far less time with
intense heat straight on the hair
Hope you right soon up here, sorry for so long reply lol... ;)
And please plz do not cut your hairs...you are a sikh girl....your hairs can get better without cutting,and hairs are so beautiful thing that girls have....
Don't cut your hairs bring a sikhni
Hope you right soon up here....:):)
OR TIE A DASTAAR / SMALL KESKI LOL.
You are maharaj's princess and lioness (((:-)
K Kaur

Bradford, UK

#4046 Dec 5, 2013
Hey peeps!
Dunno if the news has come out yet in India, it has in England...
Bhai Gurbax Singh Khalsa is on hunger strike for the Singh's who are sitting in jails even after they have been there longer than their prosecution period. There was a 'Ross morcha' in Amritsar where police had stopped the Singh's in their path.
The walk was led by 5 Singh's of the guru (panj piyare). 1 of the police officers had then gone And knocked over one of the panj Singh's dastaar!!!!!!!!!!

The police obviously saw that this was not an ordinary Singh but a singh who has been distinguished as the gurus Sikh, hence him leading the walk. Then a few Singh's got arrested including Daduwal ji. Some of the Singh's are in so much chardikala man! But yet again sikhi, over there is nearly down the drain. The news was very saddening that our dastaar was taken off.
Pls do chaupai sahib for the chardikala of Gurbax Singh

Needed to share that (((8-)

Vaheguroo &#9829;
Mr singh

Ashburn, VA

#4047 Dec 5, 2013
Man i really did want to cut my hairs but....... I saw my hairline and man i am balding at young age of 17. This is very distressing. ;( girls avoids me this if fu(¥ed up man.

P.S i am not from Asburn but from Kolkata.
mani

Europe

#4049 Dec 6, 2013
Gold wrote:
@mani usa: just as your mother's change was accepted by your dad. he would have to accept. And it is to a handsome son. Do not rush - just be patient. And you have a chachi on your side to help out, just in case. Does she ahve children? Do they have haircuts too? It helps if someone else in the family has them- just as you have and now your mother. Good luck.
yes chachi ji has 2 boys (one in 3rd class nd second in 5th class)they have no haircuts and chachiji has also not decided about this.she tie their joodas and patka in mrng.my mom is so happy.she has decided not to grow hairs long.she liked the shoulder length haircut.now she remain her hairs open evrytym.before she make bun or gutt but now its not possible.so she leaves her hairs open all tym or sometym wears hair band. bye
mani

United States

#4050 Dec 7, 2013
today i asked mom about brother hairs .she said that she won't be cming in dis issue.mom said k dad kolo permission lae lo.agar o mann jaande ne cutting lyi den do dat, agar nai den it depends on you ...what to do.my bro is sad :(.. he was thinking k mom help krn ge ohdi but she didnt.so he was down .... bye
ash

Meerut, India

#4051 Dec 8, 2013
prabhjot pannu you r correct , we have no right to cut are hairs its gift of god

Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#4052 Dec 8, 2013
K Kaur wrote:
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...
Hi,
Uhhmm....Ya I read your posts the day I came across this topix forum and to be very honest, at that very moment I realised that our thoughts didn't match...and earlier I didn't even know that, some other reasons also do exist in the world regarding the uncut hairs.
but ya all due respect to your opinion and thinking, my parents told me that reason which I posted when I was young, and there's a reason behind that too...Have you read what I have posted?
I hope both of us are right.

Sorry if you felt bad. I am replying to this second, don't know what happened with the first reply but that was more polite n humble.

First have a look at what I wrote then I'll also like to post the reason behind that.

Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#4053 Dec 8, 2013
And ya.....a great thing....that I didn't even think to tell you guys...
My uncle(Chachu) became a sikh again....^_^ he cut his hairs in his younger days....maybe 20...but he's a sikh again...
Not cutting hairs...growing beard ...stopped smoking and all...
N I'm happy...it has been some months btw... ;)
ashish

India

#4054 Dec 9, 2013
Hey friends hair cutting pe jo bhi debate hai lets think deeply.Guru Nanak devji is the founder of our religion.As far as we all know he as well as next 8 gurus never taught anything abt hairs.All his teachings are based on serving humanity,refraining from wrong deeds.We sikh people on one hand do not believe in superstitions on other hand are afraid to cut our hairs.Y so?Just coz guru gobind singhji asked us to do so or like other communities we have also become prey of flamboyances,myths n superstitions.
ashish

India

#4055 Dec 9, 2013
Wat waz valid at 16th century may not necessarily hold at 21st as well.Theres no harm in cutting ur hairs. At least a logical person can understand dat nedically we must regularly keep our hairs and nails short.Suppose if cutting nails was forbidden in our religion then would we have nver cut our nails?Friends give it a thought.
Wat really decides our fate is our deeds,our character and our thougts.
So just take a chill pill Ders no harm in cutting hairs.Every1 has right to look decent at least.We all know wat we look in long beards.But i really do not want to hurt those who keep uncut hairs but i would definitely like to suggest them to think logically once.
At the end of life our hairs wont matter wat would matter is our karmas.So lets focus on them much more rather than hairs.
Arjun

Gurgaon, India

#4056 Dec 9, 2013
I am a sikh boy belonging to a usual orthodox sikh family where haircutting trimming shaving etc is considered a drearful crime. I am 14 years as of now and tie a patka. I am the only sikh boy in my whole class and have a unique identity. But this unique look makes me feel as if i am a either an antique or an attention seeker. But this attention for for some other reasons, my looks appear to be ethnic weird and absurd which concludes in mockery of myself. I am fed up with these kind of reactions and needs to fit in like all. I built up some courage last month and went to a nearby saloon for a haircut. The barber looked at me and made me sit on the barber chair and waited for my final nod. The moment I said sure, he untied my patka, opened up my hair, combed them backwards, tied a pony and took a scissor and cut the pony. My hair went loose till my neck and head felt light. Then he made my head lean into a washbasin and washed mu hair. After it he used a comb and scissor to shape up the hair. Shaped up the sideburns, cleaned by the neckline, neatened up the fringes on the forehead. Then he gelled up my hair and styled them. Now i was looking awesome and great. The moment i entered my house, my parents yelled snd slapped me and threw me out. I had no place to go so i went to my friend's house thinking parents would understand me but this step of mine though was against them but was my necessity. Although things settled out after two days, and i went back home. But today it was the turn of my younger brother ekam who went on to get his haircut and it was easier for him as parents though sad but understood us. Getting haircuts for us were not easier but in order to fit in, look gud and maintain our hair better it was required. Now i get ready on time, keep my hair tidy, wash them daily, look smart and above all play my favourite sport rugby. Would just say that the life snd hair are yours, u hv to choose between them and parents would definitely understand you.
Ashishpal

Gurgaon, India

#4057 Dec 9, 2013
I am a 40 years old sikh guy and used to wear a turban and carry a untrimmed beard. I got married when i was 22. My wife wanted me to cut my hair and shave my beard. Her family though is a sikh but all her cousins are cut serds. It was a daily sceneof her persuading me. But on our honeymoon she made me sit down and explained me the reasons for her persuasion. Whether i agree or not i also in some corner of my mind wanted to cut my hair so i agreed. She immediately took an appointment at a nearby saloon and took me there. I sat on the chair while she guided the barber about the hairstyle etc. the barber opened my joora, partitioned my hair and combed them into 3 ponytails and tied a rubber band to all of them. Then using a scissor he cut down the pony tails which made my head feel light. Then he combed my hair backwards using sprays of water and statred cutting them in lots. After some time he opened my beard and cut it off just nearer to my cheeks and chin. Then he took an electric shaved and ran it across my face. This was a ticklish feeling but in about 5 mins all hair were gone and cheeks were red. The he made the hair on my cheeks(kalams), cleared of the hair from my neck, and took some gel and combed my hair. Now i was looking smarter and younger and my wife was very happy. We enjoyed our honeymoon more since there were no obstruction on my face and my hair were free to move on. Today i am taking my sons (varun 16 years and abhay 15 years) for their first haircut. Though me nd my wife have a haircut but wanted our children to decide themselves, henve we maintained their hair. But yesterday both came to me and asked for the permission for a haircut. I explained the importance of hair to them, but then they had an urge to look smart and handsome. So i made them sit and cut off their hair and made a ponytail and now am taking them to a saloon.
Arjun Sobti

Gurgaon, India

#4058 Dec 9, 2013
Hi all. Today i made my brother akash also cut his hair. I was at my home and sith akash. He complimented my haircut and shaven look. I got the hint and made him understand the need for a haircut. He also agreed for the same. It was 11 in the night, but i could not wait till morning so i took a scissor and make a pony of his hair and cut that pony. Then i took my electric shaver( gifted by ashish) and shaved off his beard. The i toog razor and comb and scissors and dressed his side burns. Then i took my gel and gelled his hair and combed it back and put on my hairband on his hair. He was looking very cool. Will take him to a saloon in the morning. Told ashish about it. He also encouraged akash. Akash was very happy with his new avatar
K Kaur

Bradford, UK

#4059 Dec 10, 2013
Raman Preet Singh wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi,
Uhhmm....Ya I read your posts the day I came across this topix forum and to be very honest, at that very moment I realised that our thoughts didn't match...and earlier I didn't even know that, some other reasons also do exist in the world regarding the uncut hairs.
but ya all due respect to your opinion and thinking, my parents told me that reason which I posted when I was young, and there's a reason behind that too...Have you read what I have posted?
I hope both of us are right.
Sorry if you felt bad. I am replying to this second, don't know what happened with the first reply but that was more polite n humble.
First have a look at what I wrote then I'll also like to post the reason behind that.
Waheguru, our thoughts are not similar?
Undoubtedly its not wrong because its what gurbani says. Gurbani cannot be wrong.

Bhaji, I haven't read ur first post. This topic is of so many pages.
Bhul chuk maaf
Wjkk wjkf
K Kaur

Bradford, UK

#4060 Dec 10, 2013
ashish wrote:
Wat waz valid at 16th century may not necessarily hold at 21st as well.Theres no harm in cutting ur hairs. At least a logical person can understand dat nedically we must regularly keep our hairs and nails short.Suppose if cutting nails was forbidden in our religion then would we have nver cut our nails?Friends give it a thought.
Wat really decides our fate is our deeds,our character and our thougts.
So just take a chill pill Ders no harm in cutting hairs.Every1 has right to look decent at least.We all know wat we look in long beards.But i really do not want to hurt those who keep uncut hairs but i would definitely like to suggest them to think logically once.
At the end of life our hairs wont matter wat would matter is our karmas.So lets focus on them much more rather than hairs.
That's a very too point! As sikhs we are encouraged to cut our nails because it is hygiene. Keeping nails short ensures that they are tidy. Nails never stop growing and if we didnt cut them picking up objects and doing practicals would be impossible. Hair stops growing however because ur genes only make them grow to a certain types length and we can also keep out hair clean like we currently are doing.

So both things have to be clean but if we didnt cut out nails then well doing anything wpouldnt be able to be done.
:)
Sirjan Singh

Kanpur, India

#4061 Dec 11, 2013
I am a sikh boy belonging to a mixed family of sikhs and hindus. My father is a sikh snd my mother is from a hindu family. I am 17 years old and wanted to cut my hair. Reasons were clear easy lifestyle, good looks, good grooming, fitting in society, saving time and many more. I asked my mother and she was a totally no no sought of a thing. Asking father was totally futile. Then i took help of my mamaji (Deepak) and his son (Shushant). Mammaji understood my feelings and said he would support me. Then sushant took me to s nearby saloon where he went for his grooming. At time of entering I felt jittery but sushant was there to console and encourage me. Once I sat there then toh it was a fast task by the comb scissors and water and in sbout 30 mins my hair were all cut and styled. Then the barber applied some foam on my face and shsved my tiny beard. Then he washed and shampooed my groomed hair and gelled them. I was really looking smart and handsome. Then sushant took me to a shop to buy a shaving kit and hair gel. When i came home mother saw me and was a bit tensed but mamaji consoled her and later on when father saw me to my surprise he did not say anything rather complimented my looks.
khoji sikh xyz

Saint Paul, MN

#4062 Dec 12, 2013
vaalan diyan doe naavan--in pnjb naam to jo vaal katde hun are like--bhadvi ==sir munna -mona- rebuild

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