hair cut stories of sikh boys and girls
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4127 Dec 24, 2013
mani wrote:
<quoted text>@mani: thanks for sharing. eh bahut hi changi gal hai ki tuhadi chachiji aapne bachhean da haircut karvaun nu ready hai. Tuhanu te tuhade brother nu dekh ke your cousins will get interested. you may help them, if you feel that haircut karva laina chahida. jadon you do foe haircut to saloon, take them along. they will get interested te uhna nukoi barber de scissors tun dar nahin laguga. Tussi apne chachaji de saame aapne hairstyle di gal kareya karo. Aapne bro dihappy hon di gal karo. If your chachi is interested, oh man jange. I agree, apne bachean da haircut karke chachi khush ho jaange. And you will have a good family with saare bache having haircut. Keep posting about developments.
hie... i always insist chachiji for cousins haircut but she refuse due to some reason.But today mom ne chachiji nu bchea de baal ktvaan lyi insist kita. and she said tu vi free ho ja jldi bchea da haircut krva k ...vdde ho ke vi te ohna ne cut krva ee dene ne. ede ton chnga tu aap e krva de. she also said dat k ohna(mom) ne aeve wait kita eni der haircut lyi apni te sadi.mom is too much happy. and ohna di soch ee change hogi ae jdon de ohna ne apne baal cut krvaye ne. bie
@ Mani: Good ke tussi apni chachiji nu haircut layi excite kar rahe ho. Yes, I agree with your mother that soch hi change ho jaandi, haircut ton baad. She has taken the right step and is happy with it. It is all about feeling happy and khush! Tuhadi chachiji aape he haircut laye agree ho jaan ge. You never know one fine she may ask you on her own to come with her to parlour so that the bacche da haircut karvaiya jaaye. Oh aap vi te aapna haircut karan jaande hai. Tuhade mom nu haircut laye tuhade chachiji ne hi taan manaya si. Cousins nu vi changa lagega jadon ohna do ahirc ut ho jayoga! Keep interacting!
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4128 Dec 24, 2013
@Mani: Thank you frined for reading my long post and liking. Your interest interests me. My thought process changed after the haircut - it was a liberated feeling that I got - no 'joora' to tie and no more laborious hair baths and oiling sessions. I felt so light and light! When I came home my mom refuse to talk to me but I was prepared for it. After some time she prepared and gave me food. I went out with my friends and we partied so that I could feel comfortable.When I came back my chachiji had come to our house and when she saw me - gave me the biggest hug of the time. She was so happy to see me and later my mom very loudly exclaimed that I have done so good. My mom was not pleased but then chachine uhna nu cool keeta. I still feel so nice for my chachiji. Next day my mom came in the morning and sat with me and started to feel my cut and short hairs. Then she said k agar katne si taan main kyon inna time spend keeta. Pehalan hi kava dindi. Chal hun tere jindagi hai, par kuch days layi relatives nu avoid karin, pher jistaran marzi kareen. I did the same. She accepted and dad was cool too. Some days later, my chachiji came along with her sons and my cousins were surprised. Suddenly uhna ne interest show keet mere haircut vich. Jaddon uh chale gaye, mom ne keha ki chachi das ke gaye hai ke usne bachhean da haircut karan laie sooch liya hai. Bas some time wait karna hai. A few months after that they were at my place and I saw that htey did not come with patkas but had hair in long pony tails. then chachiji ne dasiya ke uhna de hair bath tun baad uh hun uhna nu ponytail vich he rakhde ne taan ki oh open haed naal agree ho jaan. Par I felt bad te main chachiji nu kaheya ke agar pony tail karni hai taan haircut kar deo - length less kar de o. She agreed and I was lucky to give first cuts to my cousins. They were so happy with short pony tails. Chachiji vi small joora karke khush si. Next week jadun uh aaya taan main haircut karan laye jaa reha si te mere cousins vi mere naal chale gaye. Barber shop te ja ke mere haircut ton baad they wanted to get haircut. Par mainu chachiji di permission laini se. We came back hime and got permission. Assin pher barber shop te gaye te barber nu dasiya ke two haie cut karne han. He was happy ke usnu business melda hai. Mere cousind one after another haircut keeta te aapn aapne joora gahr lai ke aaye. They were looking so cute and my chachi was very happy. Usne mainu te aapne bacheeyan no jhaapi paa laye and this was the beginning of a series of haircuts and liberation in the famaily. Now no one regrets and we are all happy! Happy holiday season Mani and good experimentation
Mandeep Singh

Delhi, India

#4129 Dec 24, 2013
@gold .. but how i convince my parents about a buzz cut when i earlier had haircut they were very very angry with me and how can i now say them that i wanted a haircut ???:-/ and moreover how long it will take to get my hair back in volume ? support
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4130 Dec 24, 2013
Mandeep Singh wrote:
@gold .. but how i convince my parents about a buzz cut when i earlier had haircut they were very very angry with me and how can i now say them that i wanted a haircut ???:-/ and moreover how long it will take to get my hair back in volume ? support
Hello Mandeep: parents will never agree. It has to be sudden and be prepared to stay aloof. Get some help for friends or some relative. Do you have sibling support/cousin support? It always helps. Even fo ryou, it has to be at one go. Go ahead, get a close crop/buzz and then enjoy. Be a little thick skin. Parents will have to come round when they find that you ae happy. If not now, then later you will get haircut. do not revolt, but suggest. Tell them th now I am asking for your permission and am sharing my view. If I suddenly get haircut, you should get angry. After you were not happy, I grew out my hair, But now I am again not comfortable. Please support me. Get a friend to tell them and go with a friend for moral support. He will love you for your confidence in him.
Best of luck . Greet the new year with a new look!
Mandeep Singh

Delhi, India

#4131 Dec 25, 2013
Gold wrote:
<quoted text>Hello Mandeep: parents will never agree. It has to be sudden and be prepared to stay aloof. Get some help for friends or some relative. Do you have sibling support/cousin support? It always helps. Even fo ryou, it has to be at one go. Go ahead, get a close crop/buzz and then enjoy. Be a little thick skin. Parents will have to come round when they find that you ae happy. If not now, then later you will get haircut. do not revolt, but suggest. Tell them th now I am asking for your permission and am sharing my view. If I suddenly get haircut, you should get angry. After you were not happy, I grew out my hair, But now I am again not comfortable. Please support me. Get a friend to tell them and go with a friend for moral support. He will love you for your confidence in him.
Best of luck . Greet the new year with a new look!
well for the haircut no sibling will support me but i think talking to parents may prove a better idea ......... Fingers crossed :-p
your father

Ashburn, VA

#4132 Dec 25, 2013
crazy jatt wrote:
another crazy week. damn it, lots and lots of lecture......my mom said guru gobind gave everything to u and now u are forgetting these. now what can i say???? seriously man i said jesus gave his life for mankind so we should follow him first place. sorry for hurting anyone. but they clearly say, if u do it.....u are out of the house. my mom said she will leave the house and go to my father who is posted in mumbai. my sister said she will goto hostel and now u can live anywhere. damn it i m preparing for xams which will start in a month and i m struggling with this problem. they even said that guru granth is kept in nasa....anyway is that true?????so u should follow it and so don't cut hair. my mom said that she will better die then seeing me as mona......come on i hate this emotional black mail......now they are planning to take me to chamkaur sahib. now i don't know what to do???banging my head in front of wall seems a good option
tu maa chudalee
mani

Europe

#4133 Dec 25, 2013
QUOTE who="Gold"@Mani: Thank you frined for reading my long post and liking. Your interest interests me. My thought process changed after the haircut - it was a liberated feeling that I got - no 'joora' to tie and no more laborious hair baths and oiling sessions. I felt so light and light! When I came home my mom refuse to talk to me but I was prepared for it. After some time she prepared and gave me food. I went out with my friends and we partied so that I could feel comfortable.When I came back my chachiji had come to our house and when she saw me - gave me the biggest hug of the time. She was so happy to see me and later my mom very loudly exclaimed that I have done so good. My mom was not pleased but then chachine uhna nu cool keeta. I still feel so nice for my chachiji. Next day my mom came in the morning and sat with me and started to feel my cut and short hairs. Then she said k agar katne si taan main kyon inna time spend keeta. Pehalan hi kava dindi. Chal hun tere jindagi hai, par kuch days layi relatives nu avoid karin, pher jistaran marzi kareen. I did the same. She accepted and dad was cool too. Some days later, my chachiji came along with her sons and my cousins were surprised. Suddenly uhna ne interest show keet mere haircut vich. Jaddon uh chale gaye, mom ne keha ki chachi das ke gaye hai ke usne bachhean da haircut karan laie sooch liya hai. Bas some time wait karna hai. A few months after that they were at my place and I saw that htey did not come with patkas but had hair in long pony tails. then chachiji ne dasiya ke uhna de hair bath tun baad uh hun uhna nu ponytail vich he rakhde ne taan ki oh open haed naal agree ho jaan. Par I felt bad te main chachiji nu kaheya ke agar pony tail karni hai taan haircut kar deo - length less kar de o. She agreed and I was lucky to give first cuts to my cousins. They were so happy with short pony tails. Chachiji vi small joora karke khush si. Next week jadun uh aaya taan main haircut karan laye jaa reha si te mere cousins vi mere naal chale gaye. Barber shop te ja ke mere haircut ton baad they wanted to get haircut. Par mainu chachiji di permission laini se. We came back hime and got permission. Assin pher barber shop te gaye te barber nu dasiya ke two haie cut karne han. He was happy ke usnu business melda hai. Mere cousind one after another haircut keeta te aapn aapne joora gahr lai ke aaye. They were looking so cute and my chachi was very happy. Usne mainu te aapne bacheeyan no jhaapi paa laye and this was the beginning of a series of haircuts and liberation in the famaily. Now no one regrets and we are all happy! Happy holiday season Mani and good experimentation.
that was great
pal

Ilford, UK

#4134 Dec 25, 2013
If you believe in something then it's important to you. If not then it's a worthless burden. What other people think or do isn't important to your faith.
jatinder

Delhi, India

#4135 Dec 26, 2013
my mom has mid back braided hair all her life but one day my mother accompanies my aunt to the parlour and they both got their hair rebonded amd short hair till neck kept open she was looking very good i cannot believe how she took this decision ... she never cut herhair before then how a sudden big change
mohinder

Delhi, India

#4136 Dec 26, 2013
i am sikh boy and i want to share my experiance with you all i hve long hair and ised to toe patka but wanted to cut my hair but hve no gurds to ask my parents so one day i accompanied my freind to saloon and i got head shaved a complete changed me is in front of me now i am scared of my parents how to face them i live in pg
Abhay Singh Khurana

Bangalore, India

#4137 Dec 27, 2013
I belong to a mixed faith family where my father being the elder son is a sikh by choice and my chachaji is a hindu. Just like a normal khatri family where my dadaji wanted his elder son to be a sikh. So do i carry the lineage of being a sikh. I am 18 now and wanted to cut my hair but my parents and grand parents would not agree although my cousins Abhinav and Abhishek supported me. Many a times i had been to the saloon with them and used to fancy their haircuts and styles. Last year i had started trimming my beard so saloon was a normal place for the trim. Mu elder brother Akaash who lived in US was at home for a week and he had cut his hair but family did not know as he wore a turban and he advised me the same. Just six months ago i had joined on the college hostel snd keeping up the long hair is a problem. So i started to maintain a ponytail till my neck and tie s turban at my home visits. I also started to maintain sideburns and shave off my beard while at college and also shorterned my hair later on and kept them open. But getting s short cut was whay i wanted. So yrsterday i jusy regained some coursge, washed mu hair combed them backwards snd tied a pony, shaved my beard and went to the saloon for the haircut. The barber made me sit unlocked my pony and started his scissors and comb. Soon the snipping sound was coarse and huge locks fell down and later on the hair were small. Then he combed the front hair towards my forehead and cut a fringe, used a shaver to shape my neckline and sideburns. Now i was looking a part of my extended family. My cousins were happy to see my photograph. But i am yet to tell my family. But it was a nice experience.
Mandeep Singh

New Delhi, India

#4138 Dec 27, 2013
@gold heyy bro i am unable to get that courage to talk to my parents for the haircut again :-((((( nervous breakdown :p
like a sir

Konnagar, India

#4139 Dec 28, 2013
Abhay Singh Khurana wrote:
I belong to a mixed faith family where my father being the elder son is a sikh by choice and my chachaji is a hindu. Just like a normal khatri family where my dadaji wanted his elder son to be a sikh. So do i carry the lineage of being a sikh. I am 18 now and wanted to cut my hair but my parents and grand parents would not agree although my cousins Abhinav and Abhishek supported me. Many a times i had been to the saloon with them and used to fancy their haircuts and styles. Last year i had started trimming my beard so saloon was a normal place for the trim. Mu elder brother Akaash who lived in US was at home for a week and he had cut his hair but family did not know as he wore a turban and he advised me the same. Just six months ago i had joined on the college hostel snd keeping up the long hair is a problem. So i started to maintain a ponytail till my neck and tie s turban at my home visits. I also started to maintain sideburns and shave off my beard while at college and also shorterned my hair later on and kept them open. But getting s short cut was whay i wanted. So yrsterday i jusy regained some coursge, washed mu hair combed them backwards snd tied a pony, shaved my beard and went to the saloon for the haircut. The barber made me sit unlocked my pony and started his scissors and comb. Soon the snipping sound was coarse and huge locks fell down and later on the hair were small. Then he combed the front hair towards my forehead and cut a fringe, used a shaver to shape my neckline and sideburns. Now i was looking a part of my extended family. My cousins were happy to see my photograph. But i am yet to tell my family. But it was a nice experience.
is your hair at the sides receaded ? i mean balding from sides?
like a sir

Konnagar, India

#4140 Dec 28, 2013
Abhay Singh Khurana wrote:
I belong to a mixed faith family where my father being the elder son is a sikh by choice and my chachaji is a hindu. Just like a normal khatri family where my dadaji wanted his elder son to be a sikh. So do i carry the lineage of being a sikh. I am 18 now and wanted to cut my hair but my parents and grand parents would not agree although my cousins Abhinav and Abhishek supported me. Many a times i had been to the saloon with them and used to fancy their haircuts and styles. Last year i had started trimming my beard so saloon was a normal place for the trim. Mu elder brother Akaash who lived in US was at home for a week and he had cut his hair but family did not know as he wore a turban and he advised me the same. Just six months ago i had joined on the college hostel snd keeping up the long hair is a problem. So i started to maintain a ponytail till my neck and tie s turban at my home visits. I also started to maintain sideburns and shave off my beard while at college and also shorterned my hair later on and kept them open. But getting s short cut was whay i wanted. So yrsterday i jusy regained some coursge, washed mu hair combed them backwards snd tied a pony, shaved my beard and went to the saloon for the haircut. The barber made me sit unlocked my pony and started his scissors and comb. Soon the snipping sound was coarse and huge locks fell down and later on the hair were small. Then he combed the front hair towards my forehead and cut a fringe, used a shaver to shape my neckline and sideburns. Now i was looking a part of my extended family. My cousins were happy to see my photograph. But i am yet to tell my family. But it was a nice experience.
can you post pics??? you make blur your face.
Rahul Sehgal

Delhi, India

#4141 Dec 29, 2013
I was 13 years old when i had a haircut. My father died when i was 10. Later on my mother remarried and my step father was a hindu and i got two brothers from that marraige rohan and ramit. It was quitr aukward to explain that i was a sikh having a name harman singh sehgal and my brothers and father were hindus. I managed till the age of 13, but later on my father explained the solution of a haircut and change of name. I hesitated but later on understood its relevence. My brothers took me to a saloon for the haircut and i got the name rahul. Now it has been three yeas but i find myself more comfortable.
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4142 Dec 29, 2013
Rahul Sehgal wrote:
I was 13 years old when i had a haircut. My father died when i was 10. Later on my mother remarried and my step father was a hindu and i got two brothers from that marraige rohan and ramit. It was quitr aukward to explain that i was a sikh having a name harman singh sehgal and my brothers and father were hindus. I managed till the age of 13, but later on my father explained the solution of a haircut and change of name. I hesitated but later on understood its relevence. My brothers took me to a saloon for the haircut and i got the name rahul. Now it has been three yeas but i find myself more comfortable.
@Rahul: It is painful to hear that your father died when you were so young. And I must appreciate that your step-father accepted you and also helped you out.i can understand how you must have felt. We feel so different when we are in society and when you are different in the family itself, I can understand the pressure. I am happy that he understood your problem and helped you. How did your mother react? I am also glad that your brothers took you for a haircut. This is their helping gesture. Now you have things in common and can be free. I am sure that y are enjoying your new look since three years. Best Wishes and thanks for sharing.
Kaur

Delhi, India

#4143 Dec 29, 2013
Rahul Sehgal wrote:
I was 13 years old when i had a haircut. My father died when i was 10. Later on my mother remarried and my step father was a hindu and i got two brothers from that marraige rohan and ramit. It was quitr aukward to explain that i was a sikh having a name harman singh sehgal and my brothers and father were hindus. I managed till the age of 13, but later on my father explained the solution of a haircut and change of name. I hesitated but later on understood its relevence. My brothers took me to a saloon for the haircut and i got the name rahul. Now it has been three yeas but i find myself more comfortable.
This story is not properly fabricated, Rahul your real father who is sikh dies at when you age is 10 yrs and within 3 yrs of the sad incident, you have got two grown up brothers from step father. And within this three year period these brothers have grown so big that they were able to take u to salon. You cheats, liars dont post lies and fabricated stories.
Mandeep Singh

Chandigarh, India

#4144 Dec 29, 2013
Plzzzz help somebody I am unable to talk to my parents for the haircut I do not want to have long hair again pl... Help
Rahul Sehgal

Delhi, India

#4145 Dec 29, 2013
Gold wrote:
<quoted text>@Rahul: It is painful to hear that your father died when you were so young. And I must appreciate that your step-father accepted you and also helped you out.i can understand how you must have felt. We feel so different when we are in society and when you are different in the family itself, I can understand the pressure. I am happy that he understood your problem and helped you. How did your mother react? I am also glad that your brothers took you for a haircut. This is their helping gesture. Now you have things in common and can be free. I am sure that y are enjoying your new look since three years. Best Wishes and thanks for sharing.
Haircut was totally a new thing to me. I had never craved for it since the time my mother remarried. But it was over here that i felt the out of place problem. My mother always carried her hair in a neck length pony hence for her my haircut was personally my choice and she almost encouraged me for the same so that i could adapt to a new family and its culture. Now i undrrstand if i had been a sardar till now i would probably had my hair cut off, so no offense to mu step father, rather it was s good gesture from him side to give me his family's name and include me in his family. The moment of haircut was a mixed experience of loosing my identity but there was a factor of holding the hands of my brothers rajat and rohan who although step to me but now were a family. They directed the barber the cut and style and the very next moment the scissors went past my hair and the hair were neatly cropped. I came home without the patka and joora but with a nice haircut. Two days later the family pandit csme in and named me as Rahul as per my birth chart and the same were added in all the official records as Rahul Sehgal. Although it was difficult to erase harman Singh frm my life, but rahul sehgal is where my future lies.
Rahul Sehgal

Delhi, India

#4146 Dec 29, 2013
Kaur wrote:
<quoted text>
This story is not properly fabricated, Rahul your real father who is sikh dies at when you age is 10 yrs and within 3 yrs of the sad incident, you have got two grown up brothers from step father. And within this three year period these brothers have grown so big that they were able to take u to salon. You cheats, liars dont post lies and fabricated stories.
You can call me a liar or cheater but i still pray that noboday has a fate as i had. I can only feel the words solidarity, awkardness, out of place and longiness. You probably did not get my words properly. My step father was a divorcee and he already had two sons of his previous marraige (rajat and rohan) and they were elder to me when my mother remarried. As far as liar and cheater us considered i would state that I was born a Sikh but circumstances led me to be a hindu, but i still visit gurudwara and do nitnem, wear a kada and small khanda, wear turban to a gurudwara, do sewa in langar, be part of parbhat feri and rain sawsis. I also pray at mandir and recite hanuman chalisa and bhagwat gita, keep fast on tursdays and thursdays, wear a "OM" pendant and rudraksha mala does this make me a lesser sikh, i think i am better off those hypocrites who are sikhs for the sake of society and take drugs, drink alcohol, tease girls...and dont mind but i hv seen many sikhs doing these things. I dont think haircut makes me a lesser sikh, ones character cannot be judged by his hair or religion but can be assessed by degree of compassion and spirtuality. Hair can be grown cut and styled but chacter once undone needs a whole life to be rebuilt. Sorry and apologies if anything hurt u but your words did pinched me alot

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