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Hitesh Singh Kapoor

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I was born into a hindu family as Hitesh Kapoor and as usual had mundan and haircuts. I studied in a school which was sikh oriented and almost 90% of the students were sikhs and used to tie turban. I took the sikh values andculture frommy school and by the time i was in 8th ( 14 years) i decided to be a sikh and keep my hair. My father was quite angry with my decision but our family respected sikh faith alot so he agreed and i became Hitesh Singh Kapoor. Initially i had a lot of problems to grow my hair as they grew unevenly. I had to visit saloon many a times to resize my hair. But by the time i was in 10th i was a complete sikh. Everything went on fine till last year after completion of my graduation. I liked a sikh girl harmeet and we were in relationship since last three years. When I proposed her formslly, she rejected me as i wore a turban and had long hair. She said her preference was a cut surd. I was blank for a moment.... I cut my hair, was a hindu, became a sikh, grew my hair, kept neatly trimmed beard only to be rejected by a sikh girl, reason that i had long hair. I was confused and dejected that day. My father even told me to either forget the incident or get s haircut. What should i do??
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In addition to cutting hair, Sikhs should also share the stories of how they shaved their pubes and asscrack.

No wonder Sikhni wh*res keep eloping with Hindu Punjabi boys.
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Hitesh Singh Kapoor wrote:
I was born into a hindu family as Hitesh Kapoor and as usual had mundan and haircuts. I studied in a school which was sikh oriented and almost 90% of the students were sikhs and used to tie turban. I took the sikh values andculture frommy school and by the time i was in 8th ( 14 years) i decided to be a sikh and keep my hair. My father was quite angry with my decision but our family respected sikh faith alot so he agreed and i became Hitesh Singh Kapoor. Initially i had a lot of problems to grow my hair as they grew unevenly. I had to visit saloon many a times to resize my hair. But by the time i was in 10th i was a complete sikh. Everything went on fine till last year after completion of my graduation. I liked a sikh girl harmeet and we were in relationship since last three years. When I proposed her formslly, she rejected me as i wore a turban and had long hair. She said her preference was a cut surd. I was blank for a moment.... I cut my hair, was a hindu, became a sikh, grew my hair, kept neatly trimmed beard only to be rejected by a sikh girl, reason that i had long hair. I was confused and dejected that day. My father even told me to either forget the incident or get s haircut. What should i do??
Hitesh do as your heart says, I too got hair cut for the sake of relation. My heart was crying but i had to get through it. But in my case i am married, whereas in your case, you are not sure of relationship status.
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In addition to cutting hair, Sikhs should also share the stories of how they shaved their pubes and asscrack.
No wonder Sikhni wh*res keep eloping with Hindu Punjabi boys.
Please mind your language. I too felt that i am not faithful (towards my GURU/Lord) but I had some circumstances. but please dont use bad language
Hitesh Singh Kapoor

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Today was the day, since last one year i was disturbed alot as to get a haircut or not. Parentsl pressure was not my concern as i was a sikh by choice snd not by birth. But a some point of time i felt that haircut would make my life easier and i shall get my love. So today i called my friend prateek and went with him to a saloon to cut my hair. I sat on the chair and the barber took off my turban, suddenly there was a shudder in my body and i held prateek's hand. The barber opened my joora and combed it backwards, tied s loose pony and cut it off using a scissor. There were tears in my eyes, but on the other hand stood my love. My head felt light. Then the barber partitioned my hair and started cutting them. Once over he used an electric shaver to thin out my beard and later on used a razor to shave it all. He then gave a head wash to my hair, shampooed it and blow dry them, then he gelled them and styled then. I looked at myself in the mirror and felt my hair with my hand. I smiled at my new look, i was luking good and smart. I put on my glares and went directly to harmeet. She was amazed to see me, joy were in her eyes and she kept on playing with my hair and kept feeling my cheeks. She accepted me. When i went home father also complimented my looks and cheered me.
Abhay Singh Khurana

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Dec 31, 2013
 
like a sir wrote:
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can you post pics??? you make blur your face.
send me ur email id i shall send the pics there. My frontal hair were quite weak but there was luckily no balding.

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Dec 31, 2013
 
http://m.topix.com/forum/videogame/create/T1I...

If someone wants to remain a sikh and has some problems....click on the link!!
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I am a sikh boy and kept my hair till i was 15 years. I studied in a convent school and was the only sikh boy in the class and was often mocked at due to my joora and different look. I was often physically harassed by the other children since 7th grade and they used to pull my joora and open up my hair and patka and make fun of me. I discussed the same at home but parents consoled me every time and even complained to the teacher. My teacher was himself a cut surd and even told me to be free of bondage and cut my hair. I really got bugged off and one day after school i went to a saloon near my school for a haircut. The barber refused to cut my hair and told me that if i wanted a haircut i should get someoner elder from my family. I was really disturbed. But in the evening i got it over at my house. I opened my joora and took scissors from the table, stood in front of the mirror and cut off my hair till my neck. Then i took a rubber band and tied a pony and went yo a nearby saloon. The barber opened the knot, sprayed water and combed back the hair and enquiref that it was my first cut and i am a sardar, i affirmed his query, he then started his work. It took him around an hour for thr cut, shsping ofneckline and sideburns etc. now i looked smarter with center partition hair, longer in the front and crew cut at the back. On the way i purchased a hairgel and a shaving kit. When i resched home there was a hullaby and i was slapped and thrashed, but this beating was quite less then the daily humiliation at school. Niw i sm in college and feel very nice with short cropped hair and cleanshaven face. Now i can try new haircuts, stubbles, french cut etc. and i feel fresh after a shave. Though sometimes i tie a turban but i feel lighter and fresh without it as its easier to wash, swim, take steam, no dandruff problem, no oiling problem, no long washing weekends, no hair tying issues. Now i combmy hair in hardly 1min and style it with gel in just a few seconds and shave takes around 3 mins and the hairwash which is almost daily takes around 2 mins so all in all around 7 mins i am ready which earlier was 5 minscombing my hair , 5 minsto tie a patka and 20 mins to tie a turban, 40 mins to tie my beard, hairwash wad not daily and hair had dandruff. So saving of almost 50 mins.
Kaur

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My personal story goes like this. I am a sikh girl of 21 years. I am working in dehradun from last 6 months. Being from a sikh family i was having long hair which i used to tie in braid. Since childhood i had long braid which used to make me proud. But as i came out of my home town, i started to realize how other girls around me are experimenting with their haircuts. In office also they have their own talks regarding haircuts and all.
With all these changes around i also started thinking of getting a haircut.
Family permission was not an issue for me as my elder brother is cut surd from his childhood. One day a friend asked me accompany her to mall for shopping, their she saw a new salon from Javed Habib and decided to give it a try, i also went inside the salon. While she was busy getting a trim to her regular style i was browsing through various hairstyle books and posters around. After she got free she asked me casually what am i looking for, i suddenly replied a new haircut. She got surprised and asked me if i am serious. I said yes i want to get rid of my braid. I sat on the salon chair and asked the hairdresser to give me short shoulder length haircut like Priti Zinta had in her Koi mil gya movie. He opened my braid which was quite long. In half an hour he was done with his work. All my cut hair were in my lap and on the floor. I was feeling very light on head and short hairs were hanging around my neck. I touched my hair several times, it was so soft and silky.
After that i bought many hair accessories like hair bands, stylish rubber bands, clutches, new hair brush and comb. Now, i usually leave my hair open in office and at home i tie a small pony. Sometimes even in a single day i try many different hairstyles...like open hair for some part of the day, then tie hair in clutches and leave half open, finally pony at home or using hairband while going out in the evening with friends. My family accepted my change very well with my mom complimenting me several times for my haircut. There is a lot of ease and comfort now. Since then (2 months) i have not got the haircut again but i guess its due for a trim now.
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Jan 1, 2014
 
QUOTE who="Kaur"My personal story goes like this. I am a sikh girl of 21 years. I am working in dehradun from last 6 months. Being from a sikh family i was having long hair which i used to tie in braid. Since childhood i had long braid which used to make me proud. But as i came out of my home town, i started to realize how other girls around me are experimenting with their haircuts. In office also they have their own talks regarding haircuts and all.
With all these changes around i also started thinking of getting a haircut.
Family permission was not an issue for me as my elder brother is cut surd from his childhood. One day a friend asked me accompany her to mall for shopping, their she saw a new salon from Javed Habib and decided to give it a try, i also went inside the salon. While she was busy getting a trim to her regular style i was browsing through various hairstyle books and posters around. After she got free she asked me casually what am i looking for, i suddenly replied a new haircut. She got surprised and asked me if i am serious. I said yes i want to get rid of my braid. I sat on the salon chair and asked the hairdresser to give me short shoulder length haircut like Priti Zinta had in her Koi mil gya movie. He opened my braid which was quite long. In half an hour he was done with his work. All my cut hair were in my lap and on the floor. I was feeling very light on head and short hairs were hanging around my neck. I touched my hair several times, it was so soft and silky.
After that i bought many hair accessories like hair bands, stylish rubber bands, clutches, new hair brush and comb. Now, i usually leave my hair open in office and at home i tie a small pony. Sometimes even in a single day i try many different hairstyles...like open hair for some part of the day, then tie hair in clutches and leave half open, finally pony at home or using hairband while going out in the evening with friends. My family accepted my change very well with my mom complimenting me several times for my haircut. There is a lot of ease and comfort now. Since then (2 months) i have not got the haircut again but i guess its due for a trim now.
that 's good but why u directly go for so short hairstyle.
harmeet singh

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Jan 1, 2014
 
herman singh wrote:
harman we might have the same name but we dont have the same idea about hair.i luv sikhism and im proud to have long hair n for everybodys information i would like to tell evryone that i have many girl friends from all religions.they never complainet about my hair.they n everybody really think im handsome.well even though if i might have looked ugly i would have still not cut my hair.because this is the true identity of a sikh.just learn something from that 12 year old boy,proud of u bro(prabhjot).even the girls here suck who have cut there hair or who clean shaven boys.just dont follow these idiot girls.just for these cheap girls dont leave ur reliigion ur identity.coz u may find many girls in life but sikhism is somethin u should be proud all ur life
sat sri akal
wahe guru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh
Brother seriously m thanking u from my heart seriously people like u in this world are so less
Puneet Singh

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I belong to a family comprising of my parents and two younger brothers. My father is a sikh while my mother is a hindu. She maintains her hair in a short pony while my father is a gursikh in all means. Since last year when i joined my college i was in a fix as i was lured to cut my hair for the sake of style and convinience. My friends used to carry very gud hairstyles and shaven looks while I felt odd with my turban and beard. Moreover my cousins from my mothers side also being hindus had haircuts and used to lure me to cut my joora and be free of the burden and look cool. The whole year went past with this thought. So last week I decided to get it all over. I as usual went to college with my turban on but instead I went to a saloon( Jawed Habib's ) with my childhood friend Sanjay. Sanjay had always supported my decision and encouraged me to look smart. I got my hair cut off and styled. It almost took him an hour but the whole feeling of trim scissors sideburns clippers razor shaver foam was awesome. Then i when i went home mother saw my looks and hugged me, touched my cropped hair, father was a bit annoyed but he accepted me. Seeing me the very next day my younger bros ashish and abhishek also went for a haircut. I went alongwith them. Now we three look very hsndsome and nice.
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Puneet Singh wrote:
I belong to a family comprising of my parents and two younger brothers. My father is a sikh while my mother is a hindu. She maintains her hair in a short pony while my father is a gursikh in all means. Since last year when i joined my college i was in a fix as i was lured to cut my hair for the sake of style and convinience. My friends used to carry very gud hairstyles and shaven looks while I felt odd with my turban and beard. Moreover my cousins from my mothers side also being hindus had haircuts and used to lure me to cut my joora and be free of the burden and look cool. The whole year went past with this thought. So last week I decided to get it all over. I as usual went to college with my turban on but instead I went to a saloon( Jawed Habib's ) with my childhood friend Sanjay. Sanjay had always supported my decision and encouraged me to look smart. I got my hair cut off and styled. It almost took him an hour but the whole feeling of trim scissors sideburns clippers razor shaver foam was awesome. Then i when i went home mother saw my looks and hugged me, touched my cropped hair, father was a bit annoyed but he accepted me. Seeing me the very next day my younger bros ashish and abhishek also went for a haircut. I went alongwith them. Now we three look very hsndsome and nice.
Lund lega mera fir saath mai apne papa ko bhi taste kra dio mere sperm ki k mummy ko to waisi hi lund pasand hoga hahaha

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harmeet singh wrote:
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Lund lega mera fir saath mai apne papa ko bhi taste kra dio mere sperm ki k mummy ko to waisi hi lund pasand hoga hahaha
Hey... >:/
You call yourself a sikh...why do you guys use such bad language....ughhh I'm afraid that this kinda thing is in sikhism too it's very shameful

Kya Hmare Guru Ji ne ye sikhaya h..??
I'm Happy with the fact that you support sikhism on this forum...But Guru Nanak Dev ji ko follow krde ho Guru Gobind Singh Ji nu v follow krde ho ta poori tarah karo na..menu ni pta ki Guru Granth Sahib ji de kede ang ich likhi honni h ae gal...but I'm sure ae ta ni likhya hona h ki tu tussi aehoji language varto te bibian bare jananian bare ja kisi de v bare aehoji gal karo...

Sache Sikh bano...Changgge manukh bano...je kar koi hor v aehojaya h usnu v help karo...

Bhala kare Oh Twada!

Is forum ich shamil har ik person nu Happy New Year!!

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Hey... >:/
You call yourself a sikh...why do you guys use such bad language....ughhh I'm afraid that this kinda thing is in sikhism too it's very shameful
Kya Hmare Guru Ji ne ye sikhaya h..??
I'm Happy with the fact that you support sikhism on this forum...But Guru Nanak Dev ji ko follow krde ho Guru Gobind Singh Ji nu v follow krde ho ta poori tarah karo na..menu ni pta ki Guru Granth Sahib ji de kede ang ich likhi honni h ae gal...but I'm sure ae ta ni likhya hona h ki tu tussi aehoji language varto te bibian bare jananian bare ja kisi de v bare aehoji gal karo...
Sache Sikh bano...Changgge manukh bano...je kar koi hor v aehojaya h usnu v help karo...
Bhala kare Oh Twada!
Is forum ich shamil har ik person nu Happy New Year!!
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Well said brother. The main issue is that all such people consider themselves to be of superior race and only true defenders of faith. I would like to ask all such people that do they live their lives exactly as per the principles laid down by our gurus.? Do they themselves follow each and every commandment word to word.
They r further splitting sikhism and weakening it. Shame on such people. Baba Nanak ji scarrificed his life uniting people of all religions but today his so claimed followers r splitting sikhism by itself.
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@prabhjot pannu, I appreciate ur faith in God. You are one who is taught well by ur parents about Sikhism. We are from that religion where our daredevils sacrifice there life for these hair. Hats off u man
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Hitesh Singh Kapoor wrote:
Today was the day, since last one year i was disturbed alot as to get a haircut or not. Parentsl pressure was not my concern as i was a sikh by choice snd not by birth. But a some point of time i felt that haircut would make my life easier and i shall get my love. So today i called my friend prateek and went with him to a saloon to cut my hair. I sat on the chair and the barber took off my turban, suddenly there was a shudder in my body and i held prateek's hand. The barber opened my joora and combed it backwards, tied s loose pony and cut it off using a scissor. There were tears in my eyes, but on the other hand stood my love. My head felt light. Then the barber partitioned my hair and started cutting them. Once over he used an electric shaver to thin out my beard and later on used a razor to shave it all. He then gave a head wash to my hair, shampooed it and blow dry them, then he gelled them and styled then. I looked at myself in the mirror and felt my hair with my hand. I smiled at my new look, i was luking good and smart. I put on my glares and went directly to harmeet. She was amazed to see me, joy were in her eyes and she kept on playing with my hair and kept feeling my cheeks. She accepted me. When i went home father also complimented my looks and cheered me.
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!
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Hitesh do as your heart says, I too got hair cut for the sake of relation. My heart was crying but i had to get through it. But in my case i am married, whereas in your case, you are not sure of relationship status.
Hello Kaur. you have not shared how you feel after your haircut. It must be feeling different and good also after you cut off your braid! How does your husband like it? Have you suggested a trim for him also or he wants to wait? Please share your views because you did it for relationship sake and it is the best example of sacrifice for each other and respect for the spouse.
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My personal story goes like this. I am a sikh girl of 21 years. I am working in dehradun from last 6 months. Being from a sikh family i was having long hair which i used to tie in braid. Since childhood i had long braid which used to make me proud. But as i came out of my home town, i started to realize how other girls around me are experimenting with their haircuts. In office also they have their own talks regarding haircuts and all.
With all these changes around i also started thinking of getting a haircut.
Family permission was not an issue for me as my elder brother is cut surd from his childhood. One day a friend asked me accompany her to mall for shopping, their she saw a new salon from Javed Habib and decided to give it a try, i also went inside the salon. While she was busy getting a trim to her regular style i was browsing through various hairstyle books and posters around. After she got free she asked me casually what am i looking for, i suddenly replied a new haircut. She got surprised and asked me if i am serious. I said yes i want to get rid of my braid. I sat on the salon chair and asked the hairdresser to give me short shoulder length haircut like Priti Zinta had in her Koi mil gya movie. He opened my braid which was quite long. In half an hour he was done with his work. All my cut hair were in my lap and on the floor. I was feeling very light on head and short hairs were hanging around my neck. I touched my hair several times, it was so soft and silky.
After that i bought many hair accessories like hair bands, stylish rubber bands, clutches, new hair brush and comb. Now, i usually leave my hair open in office and at home i tie a small pony. Sometimes even in a single day i try many different hairstyles...like open hair for some part of the day, then tie hair in clutches and leave half open, finally pony at home or using hairband while going out in the evening with friends. My family accepted my change very well with my mom complimenting me several times for my haircut. There is a lot of ease and comfort now. Since then (2 months) i have not got the haircut again but i guess its due for a trim now.
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..
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Puneet Singh wrote:
I belong to a family comprising of my parents and two younger brothers. My father is a sikh while my mother is a hindu. She maintains her hair in a short pony while my father is a gursikh in all means. Since last year when i joined my college i was in a fix as i was lured to cut my hair for the sake of style and convinience. My friends used to carry very gud hairstyles and shaven looks while I felt odd with my turban and beard. Moreover my cousins from my mothers side also being hindus had haircuts and used to lure me to cut my joora and be free of the burden and look cool. The whole year went past with this thought. So last week I decided to get it all over. I as usual went to college with my turban on but instead I went to a saloon( Jawed Habib's ) with my childhood friend Sanjay. Sanjay had always supported my decision and encouraged me to look smart. I got my hair cut off and styled. It almost took him an hour but the whole feeling of trim scissors sideburns clippers razor shaver foam was awesome. Then i when i went home mother saw my looks and hugged me, touched my cropped hair, father was a bit annoyed but he accepted me. Seeing me the very next day my younger bros ashish and abhishek also went for a haircut. I went alongwith them. Now we three look very hsndsome and nice.
@ Puneet -Congrats for taking the first step and then getting your brothers for hair cut also. No doubt your mother must be loving it. When you father and mother got married which is so nice in these times of love and mixed marriages, he should not be upset by your hair cuts. Actually he must appreciate that your mother kept your 'jooras' for so long. And that your brothers god hair cuts very next day is the point that they too were not comfortable with their 'jooras'. The hairdressers were surely kept busy! Did you all get short haircuts because when you get hair cut after cutting 'joora', then it takes time for hair to settle. Most barbers at the barber shops are aware of this and suggest or on their own, they do very short clipper cuts. Then using straight razor they shave off the sideburns and make good hairline. The short hair at nape and the clean sides with coolness over the head is so different and good feeling. Congrats to you three brothers for showing the way to many more and gelling with your cousins and no difference. How did your friends take this change? Sanjay must have given a party on your joining the group. Best wishes in your experiences!

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