hair cut stories of sikh boys and girls
khoji sikh xyz

Saint Paul, MN

#4065 Dec 12, 2013
vaalan diyan doe naavan--ramanpreet singh first of all you came here after many years since this started end of aug or end of sept 2009 secondly gurbani is based on shabad--kahe mat jhoodhey jhoodhay jo na bicharey rebuild cancel rebuild
Akaash Singh

India

#4066 Dec 12, 2013
I am quite surprised to see that sikh boys and girls are cutting their hair without even understanding the importance of it. I belong to a sikh family of cut serds. My father and mother cut their hair and hence i also was a cleanshaven namesake sikh, who was a sikh because my name had singh and i went to a gurudwara. But my life had a twist when i was 17. I went ti nearby gurudwara just to eat parshad and there i heard the bhaiji receiting Jaap Sahib. It was mesmerising. I just got lured to it without even understanding it. It was a turn around. Now i was a frequent visitor of gurudwara and receited nitnem. The only fault was haircut and shave. But as waheguruji would have it, the power of naam, ambience of gurudwara, buyonce of gurbani it all made me rise from the deep slumber of manmukh towards the journey of gurmukh. I started growing my hair at the age of 20 and started wearing a tuban and have uncut beard. I feelcomplete now. It has been 5 years now and i love it. Now even my parents regret their actions and have turned back to sikhi. I would be getting baptised the next year and now i feel i have an identity and s presence.
Damanjeet

India

#4067 Dec 12, 2013
I am a sikh boy of 18 years snd i had a haircut yesterday. I think i feel better after a cut. I love short stylish hair as they are easy to maintain and keep and consume lesser time. The barber was surprised by my decision but i said it was my final decision, he untied my joora and cut it off with scissors. I got a haircut having long hair till my neckline.

Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#4068 Dec 13, 2013
khoji sikh xyz wrote:
vaalan diyan doe naavan--ramanpreet singh first of all you came here after many years since this started end of aug or end of sept 2009 secondly gurbani is based on shabad--kahe mat jhoodhey jhoodhay jo na bicharey rebuild cancel rebuild
Ok then, explain the message to which I replied earlier...
And ya to the one I'm replying now ..what's this 'rebuild cancel rebuild'

This rebuild n all also confuses...

Ya I know I came across this during the first week of November, I guess the 3rd of November, and yes I was talking about this short period only.....
mani

United States

#4070 Dec 14, 2013
hello friends.i want to tell you story of my lil bro who was in problm.but today mom helped him in solving problm.my bro came from skool in evening.he was having headache.he tell mom about headache.mom said k tenu hairwash kiteya vi 1 week ho gya. fr mom ne ohde baal wash kite. after washing, suddenly mom said k tu haircut krana chahnda.last week u were asking for haircut.my bro became happy and said yes.den mom said ok;ajj mai tere baal cut krangi.mom asked me for scissors. meanwhile mom ne bro nu chair te bithaya and wrap krta towel nal. bro's hair was somewhat wet. mom ne comb kita baalan nu .mai mom nu scissors ditiya aand mom ne baal cut krna strt krta .bro de baal long si till back. mom ne neck de laago baal cut kite. all hairs were fallen on ground.den mom told me took him to saloon for propr style. but it was too shops were closed. so tomorrow we will go to saloon for his propr styling.den mom said are u happy now? bro said yes !mom .den he hugged mom tightly and say thanks to her. now he is free,relaxed .
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4071 Dec 14, 2013
mani wrote:
hello friends.i want to tell you story of my lil bro who was in problm.but today mom helped him in solving problm.my bro came from skool in evening.he was having headache.he tell mom about headache.mom said k tenu hairwash kiteya vi 1 week ho gya. fr mom ne ohde baal wash kite. after washing, suddenly mom said k tu haircut krana chahnda.last week u were asking for haircut.my bro became happy and said yes.den mom said ok;ajj mai tere baal cut krangi.mom asked me for scissors. meanwhile mom ne bro nu chair te bithaya and wrap krta towel nal. bro's hair was somewhat wet. mom ne comb kita baalan nu .mai mom nu scissors ditiya aand mom ne baal cut krna strt krta .bro de baal long si till back. mom ne neck de laago baal cut kite. all hairs were fallen on ground.den mom told me took him to saloon for propr style. but it was too shops were closed. so tomorrow we will go to saloon for his propr styling.den mom said are u happy now? bro said yes !mom .den he hugged mom tightly and say thanks to her. now he is free,relaxed .
This is a good incident. And i am happy your mother supported your brother and actually did the 'honours'. She is a great understanding mom! But why is your post in Roman English? Your post says your place is in USA - so english should not be a problem with you. What time was it when your brother had a haircut? Hairdressers r available at most times of the day. Do you and your mother also have haircuts? It would be interesting if your mother took your brother to the hairdressers for his first haircut (actually second, ur mother did the first one). Do post how did the haircut of your brother go and how his school reacted? It is interesting to read such initiatives. Good luck!
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4072 Dec 14, 2013
Damanjeet wrote:
I am a sikh boy of 18 years snd i had a haircut yesterday. I think i feel better after a cut. I love short stylish hair as they are easy to maintain and keep and consume lesser time. The barber was surprised by my decision but i said it was my final decision, he untied my joora and cut it off with scissors. I got a haircut having long hair till my neckline.
Congrats Danamjeet for being courageous. Why did you get it cut to neck length only? Do you want to wear turban with a haircut? Iti s a good option, however. But it is suggested that you should get a shorter hair cut to get the real experience and believe me, you will relish it. The feel of cool air over the neck and freedom with the top hairs is nothing to be compared. The barber was good to have taken your word, because many barbers send you back. Then you have to cut it yourself and get it done straightened and styled at the hairdressers. And in Delhi i is nice to have 'cut surds'. Helps you mix around better. Congrats once again.
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4073 Dec 14, 2013
mani wrote:
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
So now with your recent post your brother must be happy. Your mom has helped him and shows that she really cares. Happy times for him and a lot of styling and free time for your mom. Good for all of you!
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4074 Dec 14, 2013
Arjun wrote:
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.
Congrats buddy! It is a great courage taht you built up and that alo on your own. It is understandable how you felt. I am sure your friends appreciated your step and accepted you as one of them. And your brother wa also helped as you had shown him the way. Did you take any friend with you to the barber shop for support? But surely you must have accompanied your brother to the shop. Did you go for a second haircut cum styling as yet? it is important to get a shorter haircut because your hairs are not in proper shape after so many years of doing 'joora'. They need to be cut short and then grow out well. I suggest that you get a buzz all over. In this way it will be easy for you to maintain the look and when your hair grows out, you can choose the style.Also you will enjoy the clippers moving all over your head. In summers, as it is hot in Delhi, try a head shave. it is so relaxing. It may be compared to a face shaving which is so refreshing. And these days many people opt for the head shave. But whatever, do share your experience and also that of your brother and congrats to both of you for the freedom step!
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4075 Dec 14, 2013
mani wrote:
<quoted text> 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
Hello Mani: ow with your brother's hair cut your cousins would also opt for a haircut, In a way your mother has helped your chachi as she helped your mother with a haircut. Your chachi can have an option of getting hair cuts for her sons! It would be a great family hairdressing day , here onwards! Happy styling! Good luck
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4076 Dec 14, 2013
Ashishpal wrote:
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.
@Hello Asishpal: first I must congrats to you because you shared such a bold decision with us. More congrats to your wife and for you to agree to her suggestion. I am sure bith of you have loved each other no end, that is why you agred for her suggestion to a haircut. And went for it at one go! I am sure you enjoyed every minute of your 18 years of marriage. This decision of your must have generated a great bond with yor wife. She surely is a courageous lady. How did your parents react - so many years ago it was really difficult to stand up for a haircut. Today it is different - and many mothers opt for haircut of their children from day one! I am also appreciative of your gesture of growing anf keeping your sons hairs till now. Again your wife has to bew complimented - she knew of the comfort and convenience of short hair still she spent time with sons hairs. And good that you did not force it on your sons. They will now realize the ease and convenience of a haircut. Does your wife also have short hairs? Now actually you will be a complete family; and I must agree that after ahir cut it is so much a change and an experience to be relished. Good luck to your sons in their 'free' life onwards. Do share more experiences so that we may encourage more not to be afraid of a change, because this is hat is needed for progress. The delight of the sons should be shared and treat each other for a party - especially your wife who was a pioneer and then spent so much painstaking time for the upkeep of sons hair. Now she has a trouble free life. Congrats to all of you!
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4077 Dec 14, 2013
Arjun Sobti wrote:
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
@Hello Arjun; congrats first to you for your haircut. Actually it should be to your sister who married a Hindu and then gave you an opportunity for haircuts. It is nice to have some commonality in the family to keep up relationships. Your parents should not have objected as they had already given permission to your sister to marry into a Hindu family. I am pleased that you could help your brother Akash for a haircut. But I am surprised how soon you could pick up the hair cutting techniques that you could shape his side burns and so on. Please share how your brother felt after his visit tot he barber shop.I am sure both you brothers are having a great time and your b-i-l and your sister are also appreciative of your act. Has your sister also cut her hair?
Do let us know and one last thing that I do not agree - do not smoke. If it was any depression sign - now you have a hair cut and are looking smart, great and handsome. Get it up and merge into the mainstream and enjoy the benefits of short hair. Good luck handsome!
khoji sikh xyz

Dallas, TX

#4078 Dec 15, 2013
vaalan diyan doe naavan--bhaadvi add aa instead of a rebuild
Damanjeet

Bangalore, India

#4079 Dec 15, 2013
Gold wrote:
<quoted text> Congrats Danamjeet for being courageous. Why did you get it cut to neck length only? Do you want to wear turban with a haircut? Iti s a good option, however. But it is suggested that you should get a shorter hair cut to get the real experience and believe me, you will relish it. The feel of cool air over the neck and freedom with the top hairs is nothing to be compared. The barber was good to have taken your word, because many barbers send you back. Then you have to cut it yourself and get it done straightened and styled at the hairdressers. And in Delhi i is nice to have 'cut surds'. Helps you mix around better. Congrats once again.
Thanks for the suggestion. Definately the plan is to have a shorter haircut, but as of now i hv to peruade my father, so i eould be wearing a turban. What i did was that now i have got a short haircut except for the hair near to the neck as i have to sometimes wear a turban.
Arjun

Bangalore, India

#4080 Dec 15, 2013
Gold wrote:
<quoted text> Congrats buddy! It is a great courage taht you built up and that alo on your own. It is understandable how you felt. I am sure your friends appreciated your step and accepted you as one of them. And your brother wa also helped as you had shown him the way. Did you take any friend with you to the barber shop for support? But surely you must have accompanied your brother to the shop. Did you go for a second haircut cum styling as yet? it is important to get a shorter haircut because your hairs are not in proper shape after so many years of doing 'joora'. They need to be cut short and then grow out well. I suggest that you get a buzz all over. In this way it will be easy for you to maintain the look and when your hair grows out, you can choose the style.Also you will enjoy the clippers moving all over your head. In summers, as it is hot in Delhi, try a head shave. it is so relaxing. It may be compared to a face shaving which is so refreshing. And these days many people opt for the head shave. But whatever, do share your experience and also that of your brother and congrats to both of you for the freedom step!
Ya you are right gold the hair growth is very uneven and the hair direction is weird so me and my brother got a buzz cut on saturday. It was fun. Ya for my first haircut i took my friend gagun with me for support and guidance. The aftercut experience is very nice. No issues of getting hair wet during a bath. No need to tie a cloth on the head and keeping it open. I hv become smart and confident, just waiting for growth of hair to try some hairstyles. Will keep posted.
Ashishpal

Bangalore, India

#4081 Dec 15, 2013
Gold wrote:
<quoted text>@Hello Asishpal: first I must congrats to you because you shared such a bold decision with us. More congrats to your wife and for you to agree to her suggestion. I am sure bith of you have loved each other no end, that is why you agred for her suggestion to a haircut. And went for it at one go! I am sure you enjoyed every minute of your 18 years of marriage. This decision of your must have generated a great bond with yor wife. She surely is a courageous lady. How did your parents react - so many years ago it was really difficult to stand up for a haircut. Today it is different - and many mothers opt for haircut of their children from day one! I am also appreciative of your gesture of growing anf keeping your sons hairs till now. Again your wife has to bew complimented - she knew of the comfort and convenience of short hair still she spent time with sons hairs. And good that you did not force it on your sons. They will now realize the ease and convenience of a haircut. Does your wife also have short hairs? Now actually you will be a complete family; and I must agree that after ahir cut it is so much a change and an experience to be relished. Good luck to your sons in their 'free' life onwards. Do share more experiences so that we may encourage more not to be afraid of a change, because this is hat is needed for progress. The delight of the sons should be shared and treat each other for a party - especially your wife who was a pioneer and then spent so much painstaking time for the upkeep of sons hair. Now she has a trouble free life. Congrats to all of you!
When we came back from our honeymoon my parents were somewhat shocked to see my shirt hair and shaven look, but i made them understand the reason for my haircut and tge convience, though they didnot approve of it but understood that i was firm on my decision. My wife also has short hair she generally has a mushroom cut but sometimes grows hair till her shoulders. Earlier also we had cut our sons hair till they were 5 years and as suggested by my friends who had haircut since long, we performed mundan of our sons twice so that hsir volume increases. But when they were 5 we decided to keep their hair and let them decide. It was difficult as in social gathering people did not consider 4 of us were from same family, moreover at school they were mocked off as "giania de mone papa". We did not realize it earlier how difficult it was for them until they told me all this. It was after this i wanted them to cut their hair, i think we sholud not have kept their hair only. Mundan helped a lot as now after my children's haurcut, their hair are dense and of good quality. now we are a complete family and my wife can relax on sundays. Now we all go together to the saloon. Earlier i took my children along sometimes so that they can see how a haircut is done and can ask for if they needed. My elder son now supports a medium length haircutwith a center partition and my younger son has spikey haircut with buzz on the neckline.
Arjun Sobti

Bangalore, India

#4082 Dec 15, 2013
Gold wrote:
<quoted text>@Hello Arjun; congrats first to you for your haircut. Actually it should be to your sister who married a Hindu and then gave you an opportunity for haircuts. It is nice to have some commonality in the family to keep up relationships. Your parents should not have objected as they had already given permission to your sister to marry into a Hindu family. I am pleased that you could help your brother Akash for a haircut. But I am surprised how soon you could pick up the hair cutting techniques that you could shape his side burns and so on. Please share how your brother felt after his visit tot he barber shop.I am sure both you brothers are having a great time and your b-i-l and your sister are also appreciative of your act. Has your sister also cut her hair?
Do let us know and one last thing that I do not agree - do not smoke. If it was any depression sign - now you have a hair cut and are looking smart, great and handsome. Get it up and merge into the mainstream and enjoy the benefits of short hair. Good luck handsome!
My sister never wanted a haircut and my jiju never forced her, but it was Ashish who persusded and took her to a saloon saying that she should trim her hair, but later on at the saloon made her go through a variety of haircuts, she agreed, now she has a pony just above her neck. Regarding my haircutting techniques i learnt all from ashish. Ashish was excited the morning which awaited his haircut. Ashish also went with us. It took barber just 15 mins to cut and style akash's hair. Now we all jiju ashish me and akash look brothers.i sm not a chsin smoker and just drink occassionslly once a month. Can u just help me with a shaving issue. I hv a fair complexion but my beard growth is till my eyes and so when i shave a green stubble appears on my face which looks a bit odd, do u have a solution for this.
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4083 Dec 15, 2013
Ashishpal wrote:
<quoted text>
When we came back from our honeymoon my parents were somewhat shocked to see my shirt hair and shaven look, but i made them understand the reason for my haircut and tge convience, though they didnot approve of it but understood that i was firm on my decision. My wife also has short hair she generally has a mushroom cut but sometimes grows hair till her shoulders. Earlier also we had cut our sons hair till they were 5 years and as suggested by my friends who had haircut since long, we performed mundan of our sons twice so that hsir volume increases. But when they were 5 we decided to keep their hair and let them decide. It was difficult as in social gathering people did not consider 4 of us were from same family, moreover at school they were mocked off as "giania de mone papa". We did not realize it earlier how difficult it was for them until they told me all this. It was after this i wanted them to cut their hair, i think we sholud not have kept their hair only. Mundan helped a lot as now after my children's haurcut, their hair are dense and of good quality. now we are a complete family and my wife can relax on sundays. Now we all go together to the saloon. Earlier i took my children along sometimes so that they can see how a haircut is done and can ask for if they needed. My elder son now supports a medium length haircutwith a center partition and my younger son has spikey haircut with buzz on the neckline.
@Asishpal: Congrats for being such understanding parents and taking your children through all stages of short hair days. It is real interesting that you decided to grow out their hair after initiating them for haircuts. In my opinion, it is your wife who should be given credit for all this.who does not like to have convenience? Still she kept the long and dense hairs of two boys till their teenage days. I can understand how your sons must be feeling when they were called as 'giani and other absurdities. I remember boys being called 'pi square' and cabbage on the head and so on. It is so strange that we still hold onto the age long tradition of long hairs and assign so much of importance to it. It is also interesting that your wife sports a mushroom cut. Did you encourage her for this or she had short hair at time of marriage too? Your parents would have had a shock of their lives, but great of them to have understood your feelings. They must have been pleased when you started growing out your sons hair; but now they would be expecting this.The mundan is a very nice way of maintaining hair when children are little. It keeps us away from so many hassles. And it was real imaginative of you to have got them the mundan twice. You can show them oics of that now and they would be pleased. Actually they would realize now how good they look and appreciate the change because they have seen both sides. I am sure their school friends would be appreciate of this new look. They must be thankful for you to have given them haircuts. Also their going with you to the saloon earlier helped mould their thinking. I would consider you as a model family to follow. In the beginning now you should suggest them buzz cut so that their hair can grow back in a proper fashion and then style. The dense hair is a benefit as then they can style it is whatever way. I think you should keep us posted on such incidents so that many from the forum get courage to stand up for their feelings and actions. Congrats once again and happy styling days. Also a great way to keep the hairdressers busy - a nice way of outing when you visit saloon together - builds up the friendship stronger, Try a unisex parlour so that the family visits together and maybe in chairs alongside.... Best Wishes!
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4084 Dec 15, 2013
Arjun Sobti wrote:
<quoted text>
My sister never wanted a haircut and my jiju never forced her, but it was Ashish who persusded and took her to a saloon saying that she should trim her hair, but later on at the saloon made her go through a variety of haircuts, she agreed, now she has a pony just above her neck. Regarding my haircutting techniques i learnt all from ashish. Ashish was excited the morning which awaited his haircut. Ashish also went with us. It took barber just 15 mins to cut and style akash's hair. Now we all jiju ashish me and akash look brothers.i sm not a chsin smoker and just drink occassionslly once a month. Can u just help me with a shaving issue. I hv a fair complexion but my beard growth is till my eyes and so when i shave a green stubble appears on my face which looks a bit odd, do u have a solution for this.
@Arjun Congrats again for the great transformation ans kudos to Ashish for helping you all through, Also for helping your sister - great bond or sister in law. And I am appreciative of how yo all gel together. Shaving is a real hassle, especially in winter as it is a meticulous job to be performed to perfection. Yo may keep a trimmed beard which can be done very nicely by a professional. In summers the shave is a refreshing option. I am sure Aakash loves his new avtar! but I still stand by the view that smoking is not an option as now you are out from low feeling and going great in your new experiences. Go as a family to places and travel wide. Maybe your friend circle would have increased and people would be appreciative of your gestures. Also mixed marriages and mixed families are beconh a norm and not to be something surprised. Best Wishes and post more experiences so that we all get encouragement. Also your sister's experiences would help many others who re still in dilemma. Help us build this forum for which it has been started! Great job.

Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#4085 Dec 16, 2013
Isn't there anyone who wants to be sikh but can't keep hairs....
I mean all of these cases....tum me se kisi ne b realize nhe kia what you're losing.
Itne time tak guru ji k sikh bane rhe...and fir achanak se hi He ya she took me to saloon and....hell with you, fir upar se all of you guys apni stories suna rhe ho...
Do it...fine!! Yes obviously it's your decision.

I don't know but it's hurting for me...all you guys needed was the direction! The right direction.

None of you had the will to follow sikhism....kayar ban gaye!!
Ye tease krta h vo tease krta h....!! That's not the reason...and the other small problems aren't too...

You know what!! It's really strange, to see some sikh not being happy and proud! of what he or she is.....

Kitni easily you guys said....'it got chopped off, it was lighter' do you really realise what you did!! NO!!

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