hair cut stories of sikh boys and girls

Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#4169 Jan 7, 2014
Hey are comments removable??:/:/

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And where are the old supporters of sikhism on this forum...???
K Kaur...khoji sikh and guys????

Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#4170 Jan 7, 2014
I don't know whether I forget to post or they are somehow deleted by someone!!
Whats going on?
sehaj

Gurgaon, India

#4171 Jan 7, 2014
Sahil Singh Suman wrote:
I am 15 years old sikh boy and belong to a sikh family who although followed sikhism but was not too orthodox about it except haircuts. I always admired to have short hair and used to feel embaraced by my look. All my friends had cool haircuts while i carried a joora and a patka. But my courage was vitalized when Karan came to live with us. Karan was son of my father's best friend just like our family member. Karan belonged to a hindu family and hence had short hair, he cane here for his graduation. He lived in my room and was aware of my problem. He suggested me to maintain my hair in a pony abd cutt off the extra portion below my neck as by it i can feel better and also tie a patka. So i went with him to a saloon. As i sat on the chair i felt numbness but karan encouraged me. The barber tied a pony and cut iff my hair, now they just reached my neck, when i saw myself i felt relieved. Karan then further arose anxiety in my mind that after a complete cut i will look awesome and in just a spur of moment i agreed. The barber smiled and began his comb and scissorwork. In a while there sat a smart boy in the mirror who once had an irritating joora. Now i could feel the air through mu locks and rub mu fingers and hand on the tips of the cut hair. Awesome.
you bitch how u can say irritating joora? bitch. Tujhe saza milegi sabko milegi
honey

Mohali, India

#4173 Jan 7, 2014
gold can we meet and share our fetishim I love ur comments I too from ludhiana
like a sir

Howrah, India

#4174 Jan 8, 2014
Gold wrote:
<quoted text>Congrats Kaur. I am pleased to know that your mother liked your change. And I am also surprised that you took so long for a haircut. But I must appreciate your mother who did haircut for your brother from childhood itself. Have you gone for your trim second time. Actually styling of hair should be done very quickly after first time of getting haircut. But maybe you got it short at first time only, so you did not need a second cut. The joy of freedom and convenience is a very nice feeling. Once again congrats Kaur and please share more of your experiences..
gold whats your story of haircut?
Hitesh Singh Kapoor

Suri, India

#4175 Jan 8, 2014
Gold wrote:
<quoted text> Congrats Hitesh. You followed your heart on both times. First for following the life of a sikh and then again for getting a hair cut. I am happy that you also got your love life. The acceptance in the family was expected and naturally so, because earlier too you were getting hair cuts. Congrats once again and keep sharing your experiences. Does harmeet have haircut also. If she has preference for cut surd then she is good for you. Her playing with your short hair and your smooth cheeks is so much pleasurable - she may also get hair cut. Then you ill have more time together as you would prefer going for haircuts together and share experiences. Best Wishes!
Harmeet wanted a haircut but her family was against it. But yesterday when i was going to the saloon for a haircut and a shave she accompanied me. She sat there seeing the barber cutting my hair, shaving my stubble and shaping my sideburns. The next moment i offered her a haircut to which she said a reluctant yes. The barber made her sit and gave her a mushroom cut, niw she looks awesome. Her family rebuked ger alot but then she was quite happy to fulfil her dream.
khoji sikh --xyz

Saint Paul, MN

#4176 Jan 8, 2014
vaalan diyan doe naavan--this is regarding people like ramanpreet singh etc beant rebuild who say are these removable I want to tell are what he himself wrote are they same again dhian dharo--16 wrdss hrp in Sikhism --moorkhey naal na lujhiye 69 hnk dtlos jaano jugaad dhian ishnaan akkal samjho unless majbouri kptkpn -- -- rebuild repeated
khoji sikh --xyz

Saint Paul, MN

#4177 Jan 8, 2014
vaalan diyan doe naavan-- one more thing dil ka phikar na jaye kabeer shabad is also harakh anant sog nahi biya so ghar guru nanak ko diya rebuild

Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#4178 Jan 8, 2014
Bosssss are you still there?????

Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#4179 Jan 8, 2014
What do you want to say man? Please tell me! at least samaj to aaye what do you want to say!
And ye rebuild etc likhte hi kyu ho?!!!!!
Can't you write one simple message?? Key board se apne aap to type nhe hota na!!

Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#4180 Jan 8, 2014
' I want to tell are what he himself
wrote are they same again '
Quoted text from THE POST!!!
can you tell me what does it mean???
And yea isske bad jo likha vo to zarur btaiye!!

Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#4181 Jan 8, 2014
Quoted text again!!

'--16 wrdss
hrp in Sikhism --moorkhey naal na lujhiye 69 hnk
dtlos jaano jugaad dhian ishnaan akkal samjho
unless majbouri kptkpn ---- rebuild repeated'

Now what does this mean!!?
What's hrp? Whats 69 hnk?? What's dtlos?
And is kptkpn a short form? Like Wjkm wjkf?

If it is!! Please do not mind, I don't want to hurt you but... I don't opine ki we should abbreviations for this!
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4182 Jan 9, 2014
Hitesh Singh Kapoor wrote:
<quoted text>
Harmeet wanted a haircut but her family was against it. But yesterday when i was going to the saloon for a haircut and a shave she accompanied me. She sat there seeing the barber cutting my hair, shaving my stubble and shaping my sideburns. The next moment i offered her a haircut to which she said a reluctant yes. The barber made her sit and gave her a mushroom cut, now she looks awesome. Her family rebuked her a lot but then she was quite happy to fulfill her dream.
Well well! Hitesh and Harmeet - great job for both of you. And surprisingly, Harmeet got a mushroom cut - first day first time! She was rebuked at home but as you said - she got her dream. And both of you are now happy. Congrats and wish you a great experience in hair styles and enjoy!
khoji sikh --xyz

Saint Paul, MN

#4183 Jan 9, 2014
vaalan diyan doe naavan -- kai Sikh puchde hun ki kade sarab kla samrath phir eh te oh kyon nahi Honda usda hai ki kramaat keher nu vi oh sabh karna painda hai rebuild
Another Sikh

Delhi, India

#4184 Jan 9, 2014
Gold wrote:
<quoted text>Well well! Hitesh and Harmeet - great job for both of you. And surprisingly, Harmeet got a mushroom cut - first day first time! She was rebuked at home but as you said - she got her dream. And both of you are now happy. Congrats and wish you a great experience in hair styles and enjoy!
What is Mushroom cut
19 yr old guy

Mississauga, Canada

#4185 Jan 9, 2014
Hey guys so I have been reading these posts for quite some time now and have finally got the ability to go forth with my own haircut. I have booked an appointment for this Saturday but realized I don't have a clue on what to say to the barber. Therefore I would highly appreciate if the people that have gone through with it can give me some suggestions. Thanks.
GOld

India

#4186 Jan 9, 2014
Another Sikh wrote:
<quoted text>
What is Mushroom cut
For your information it is also called helmet cut or bowl cut. I am pasting some information as under:
A bowl cut, or bowl haircut, also known as a helmet haircut or a mushroom cut, is a simple and plain short haircut where the hair is cut with straight bangs on the front and the rest of the hair is the same length all the way around or is cut short on the sides and back. It is so named because it looks as though someone put a bowl on the head and cut off or trimmed short all the visible hair. A bowl cut is also known for being a cheap and easy haircut often sported by children.
gurjeet singh

Mumbai, India

#4187 Jan 10, 2014
my brother and sister i request you pls do not cut your hair it is compulsary for all sikh's that is our life i belong to sikh family and i know the importance of our hair in our life so i request you don't cut you hair

Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#4188 Jan 10, 2014
gurjeet singh wrote:
my brother and sister i request you pls do not cut your hair it is compulsary for all sikh's that is our life i belong to sikh family and i know the importance of our hair in our life so i request you don't cut you hair
Please sir enlighten everyone with this importance!!
I'm a supporter of sikhism too! I'm a sikh obviously!
I hope you see this!
Rajveer

Delhi, India

#4189 Jan 10, 2014
Hi I am Raj veer 30 yrs jatt sikh. I am a turbaned guy having my own business setup. I live with my wife harleen and my younger sis jasmeen. Harleen is a teacher and jasmeen is doing her MBA. Harleen was having heavy joora and jasmeen had long gutt. Last week they went for haircut. To my surprise they did not tell me anything before hand. Like always harleen did her joora and jasmeen did her gutt and they went out for some work together. I also left for some meeting.
In the evening when I returned home I was pleasantly surprised to see both of them.
Both were waiting for me in the like lobby with their heads covered with woolen mufflers. As I entered harleen said she wanted to show me something, I said ok . She removed her muffler and there was no joora instead her hair was Cut short below her shoulders and tied with a clip. It was looking amazingly beautiful. From sides behind the ears were coming out her hair flicks which were giving such a sweet look to her face. I just hugged her tightly and kissed her crown hair. It was smelling great.
After all this jasmeen interfered and asked me to get prepared for another surprise and removed her muffler and as expected now the gutt was not there. Though she did not get short hair like harleen but the hair were cut up to mid back from back and up to neck from front and sides. She left hair lose open. She was looking very sweet and then harleen asked me to touch and feel jasmeen's hair. It was soft and silky. It was a great surprise for me. Harleen and jasmeen look great now. Harleen goes to school with a hairclip pony and at home she does some rainbow joora using clutcher which she feels is very easy and comfortable. However jasmeen mostly keeps her hair open in college and tie a mid length pony at home. Its quite a different scenario at home seeing ponys and hairclips at home and both ladies playing with their hair.
Harleen is asking me to get my beard trim whereas jasmeen is even telling me to get my joora cut as well. Though I m bit hasitant to do either of the two. But for now I am loving to play with harleen's short, soft, sweet hair.

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