hair cut stories of sikh boys and girls
Pankaj

Ashburn, VA

#4280 Feb 12, 2014
Hi all of u i have a one exprince..
Pankaj

United States

#4281 Feb 12, 2014
Hi
Pankaj

Ashburn, VA

#4282 Feb 12, 2014
I m not sikh but hindu nd we 4 member in family ,mom ,dad,me nd elder sis my mom have long hair up to her hip and my sis hav sholder lenth step-cut she is morden but my mom hav no morden. My sister hav alawys trim my mom s hair after some time my sister s mrge was done and she live another city .my mom dont go to parlor for trim .one sunday she was drying her wet hair i m there nd ask her abt hair thn i ask y she dnt trim her hair she said she dant want to go parlor or saloon . I asked her can i trim ??
Pkb

Swansea, UK

#4283 Feb 12, 2014
Hi. I don't cut my but I would like to but my parent won't let me. Does any one know how I can make them let me? They are very strict about it though. Can someone please help me??? PLEASE
desiboy

Brampton, Canada

#4284 Feb 12, 2014
FCK MA LIFE I AM BALDING AND CANT DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT. i dont even know wht to do now. i fell depressed and i may just commit suicide cuz i dont look good with my patka on and i wont look good when i get a haircut cuz i am balding. Whats the point of living when u cant be happy, right? even the doctors cant do anything about my baldness. i mma commit suicide sometime soon. I've had enough of this bullsht
DMelosh

Fremont, CA

#4285 Feb 13, 2014
I have a question for you all. I am not Sikh, but I hear a lot about Sikhs in the newspapers and all and I am wondering whether the people who are in charge of the teasing should stop or whether the Sikhs should change. Personally, I don't see why Sikhs should not cut their hair. Okay, well a guru apparently says that cutting hair is wrong. How do you know he's not wrong? I mean you respect him, but how can everything he says be applicable for every circumstance at every time? IT DOESN'T MAKE SENSE. Think about it, if you DID cut your hair, what would it take away from you? I don't see anything it would and it would also be healthy for your hair because There are TONS of people in this world like Mahatma Gandhi and MLK Jr. who had a positive influence on the world without growing their hair out long or wearing a turban. Does not doing this make them bad? It seems that it is only wrong for the people in the religion to not cut the hair. Most people in the world (statistically) do not wear a turban. There are many in those who are exemplars of the human virtues and are great people overall.

I think the problem with people today is that they follow the letter of the law, not the spirit of the law. Think what purpose the Guru wanted his rules to have. Was it to make his followers the object of teasing? I fervently hope not. I think he wanted to have his people be good people and realize who they are as people, and I don't think that he would have minded if people did their best to be good people and cut their hair because I do not think he envisioned the importance of self image in today's society. Respect him and become good people, but don't follow his advice to the extent that it hurts you. In a way, the religion is your choice as well. YOU choose the extent of which you want to follow the law.

Personally,(this may not be the most popular opinion) I think all the people supporting the wearing of turbans are butt hurt because they were never allowed to have the same opportunity as Sikhs today want and they don't want the new generation to have that opportunity or else they will feel as if they wasted their childhood listening to laws that no one even feels are even needed anymore and they are trying to impose some control so that they can feel good about their previous decisions. I feel that this well known story is the perfect example of what is going on here: "4 monkeys in a room. In the center of the room is a tall pole with a bunch of bananas suspended from the top. One of the four monkeys scampers up the pole and grabs the bananas. Just as he does, he is hit with a torrent of cold water from an overhead shower. He runs like hell back down the pole without the bananas. Eventually, the other three try it with the same outcome. Finally, they just sit and don’t even try again. To hell with the damn bananas. But then, they remove one of the four monkeys and replace him with a new one. The new monkey enters the room, spots the bananas and decides to go for it. Just as he is about to scamper up the pole, the other three reach out and drag him back down. After a while, he gets the message. There is something wrong, bad or evil that happens if you go after those bananas. So, they kept replacing an existing monkey with a new one and each time, none of the new monkeys ever made it to the top. They each got the same message. Don’t climb that pole. None of them knew exactly why they shouldn’t climb the pole, they just knew not to. They all respected the well established precedent. EVEN AFTER THE SHOWER WAS REMOVED!" (from http://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/6... ). Now doesn't this seem quite familiar. WHY YES! It is the same problem that the turban problem seems to be based on. If you would like to argue against this post, please use logic and not what a respectable person said because all my argument is logic. PEACE HOMIES.
mani

Ashburn, VA

#4286 Feb 14, 2014
hello friends. today i want to tell about my brother who got haircut before.today he made me surprise when he said that he also want headshave.i asked him the reason for that ;he said vse ee.then mai keha teri mrzi tre baal ae jo mrzi krva.i told him to ask from mom.mom said k tenu suit nai krna .baki j tu tu ik vaar baal shave krva laye fr koi solution nai hona .brother said ok but i want shave.mom said ok as your wish; mai tere baal shave krdi aa as she did of mine.dad went to job in morning and uncle was out of city. Only chachiji her children,me ,mom and brother were home.mom told him to shampoo his hairs .meanwhile mai te mom ne smaan scissors,razors,gel arrange kita.chachiji towel lae k aaye.all were in my room.chachiji apne bchea nu vi naal lae aaye brother di hair shave dikhaan lyi.brother aaya te chair baith gya .baal wet si te mom ne towel nl rub kite .after that mom ne towel nl cover krta bro nu. Mai mom nu scissors fdayia and she started cut. 5 minutes vich mom ne baal cut kr k chote krte.bro was happy.chachiji run her hands on his head.fr mai mom nu machine fdayi te mom ne ohde baki bache baal vi utaar ditte.at last mom ne gel fddi te te head te apply krti chngi trah.after that mom ne razors fdya te shave krna start krta.i gave her mug of water to wet razors.10 minutes baad the headshave was complete.mom ne towel remove kita and bro thanked mom.he start running his hands on his shaved head.he was happy.then he went away.after that mom ne chachiji nu keha tu vdia kita bchea nu nal lae aayi munde di hairshave dikhaan lyi. Jdon ena dona(chachiji de bete)da haircut kravange ena nu strange feel nai  hoyega .te headshave dekhn ton baad ohna da vi haircut lyi mann bnega.mom ne ajj fir chachiji nu bot insist kita mundea de cutting lyi but she said husband will not agree.mom said ok .but chachiji poori trah tyaar ne mundea de baal cut krvaan lyi.chachiji said to mom ki summers aan tk ehna da haircut krva dena. This summers they will not have jooda.mom said vdia gl ae problem khatam hoju comb krn di patka bnan di and baal nu wash krn di.
singh

United States

#4287 Feb 14, 2014
very nyc mani....hor stoies post kroo
draditya partap singh

Delhi, India

#4288 Feb 15, 2014
please not Joora cut
Gold

Jagraon, India

#4289 Feb 15, 2014
mani wrote:
hello friends. today i want to tell about my brother who got haircut before.today he made me surprise when he said that he also want headshave.i asked him the reason for that ;he said vse ee.then mai keha teri mrzi tre baal ae jo mrzi krva.i told him to ask from mom.mom said k tenu suit nai krna .baki j tu tu ik vaar baal shave krva laye fr koi solution nai hona .brother said ok but i want shave.mom said ok as your wish; mai tere baal shave krdi aa as she did of mine.dad went to job in morning and uncle was out of city. Only chachiji her children,me ,mom and brother were home.mom told him to shampoo his hairs .meanwhile mai te mom ne smaan scissors,razors,gel arrange kita.chachiji towel lae k aaye.all were in my room.chachiji apne bchea nu vi naal lae aaye brother di hair shave dikhaan lyi.brother aaya te chair baith gya .baal wet si te mom ne towel nl rub kite .after that mom ne towel nl cover krta bro nu. Mai mom nu scissors fdayia and she started cut. 5 minutes vich mom ne baal cut kr k chote krte.bro was happy.chachiji run her hands on his head.fr mai mom nu machine fdayi te mom ne ohde baki bache baal vi utaar ditte.at last mom ne gel fddi te te head te apply krti chngi trah.after that mom ne razors fdya te shave krna start krta.i gave her mug of water to wet razors.10 minutes baad the headshave was complete.mom ne towel remove kita and bro thanked mom.he start running his hands on his shaved head.he was happy.then he went away.after that mom ne chachiji nu keha tu vdia kita bchea nu nal lae aayi munde di hairshave dikhaan lyi. Jdon ena dona(chachiji de bete)da haircut kravange ena nu strange feel nai  hoyega .te headshave dekhn ton baad ohna da vi haircut lyi mann bnega.mom ne ajj fir chachiji nu bot insist kita mundea de cutting lyi but she said husband will not agree.mom said ok .but chachiji poori trah tyaar ne mundea de baal cut krvaan lyi.chachiji said to mom ki summers aan tk ehna da haircut krva dena. This summers they will not have jooda.mom said vdia gl ae problem khatam hoju comb krn di patka bnan di and baal nu wash krn di.
CONGRATS Mani for posting the story. Baddi changi gal hai ki brother di head shave nu ek family event baana liya. Also looks like your mom is now an accomplished barber. She loves to do haircuts and head shaves. I am sure tere brother nu head shave kar ke bahut majaa aeya hona hai. Ek refreshing experience hai. Bahut dina tak he will enjoy and then stubble a jayegi. He may choose to grow out the hair ya pher shave karva sakda hai. Your dad may have got a surprise when he came back from work. TUHADI CHACHIJI NE BAHUT CHANGA KEETA KE AAPNE BOYS NU HEAD SHAVE DIKHA DITTA. Boys nu vi patta chal giya ke hair cut te head shave karna koi kharab gal nahin te cousins karde ne. Kinna maaza aunda je uhna da vi hair cut kar ditta hunda tuhadi mom ne! But it is nice that your chachiji has kept this summer as the goal. School holidays vich hair cut kar diyo te phie 2 months laye used to ho jaange. September vich jaadun school jaange taan aapne friends naal mix up changi taraan ho jaange. Chachiji nu vi combing, patka and hair washing tun rest mil jayogi. She can have free time and can also take then to the parlour with her for their hair cuts. Summer vacation vich you or your mom can help with their haircuts. Ghar vich hi pony tailbana ke cut diyu, phir parlour vich ja ke short hair cut karva diyu. Jaroor likna hor vi stories. Baaki saariyan nu encouragement mildi hai.
Gold

Jagraon, India

#4290 Feb 15, 2014
draditya partap singh wrote:
please not Joora cut
If not joora cut then what? It is nice to see a person transformed and come out nice and clean. The liberty that one feels after a haircut and especially when you are first having long hair is just done to be believed. If you have haircut from day one then the experience is different. And when joora is cut the most lovable experience is for the mother who saves so much time and energy. Great courage to those who go for hair cuts!!!!!
khoji sikh xyz

Dallas, TX

#4291 Feb 16, 2014
vaalan diyan doe naavan-- j j k k l l t t a b ghatane hun te hona te nahi chahida vadhane nahi unless majbouti kptkpn bandhaeo rebuild
khoji sikh xyz

Dallas, TX

#4292 Feb 16, 2014
vaalan diyan doe naavan -- kuch pages pehlan kai tarah de ajeeb aa rahe hun -- gurbani-- na jaana meiyo na jaana jaali jan dukh lage tan toun dariao daana beena mein machliy kesey ant lahan jeh he dekhan teh teh toun hai tuch te niksi phoot maran machli jaal na jania at siyani sohni pave achinta jaan jiyon machi tyon maansa pave jaal jo tis bhave nanka hukam soi parvano -- eh judia hai hona te nahi chahida oh sabh jo panne de darmian likhian hoia hai eh to oh vagereh beant jiven misaal naal rebuild cancel rebuild dtlos hnk rebuild
mani

United States

#4293 Feb 17, 2014
@gold
yes you are right gold . mom likes haircut. when she was shaving my brother hairs she also asked me for reshave but now i want some new hairstyle so growing my hairs. i think mom love scissors in her hairs. today she said to chachiji k she wants new hairstyle . i got surprised .mai mom nu keha,mom tuhade baal agge shoulder tk ne es ton baad hor kedha hairstyle ho skda and tusi rebond vi krvaye ne hairs.she said she will see and ask from her stylist. i said ok. te rhi gl chachiji de bchea di their hairs will be soon cut off.i think mere mom ee ohna de baal cut karan ge ya krvaange because chachiji has no gutts to ask chachaji about haircut of sons.
Sahil

Delhi, India

#4294 Feb 17, 2014
I belong to a conservative sikh family. Haircut was a bold step taken by me. I still remember the date it was 7 july 13. Parents were not at home and as usual i had washed my hair and was sitting in the front lawn with my hair wet and open. My cousin cum my neighbour Ashish came to visit me. He knew that i always wanted to get a haircut. He suggested that its high time that i have kept long hair now i should cut them else the hsirline would receed snd haircut later would not suit. I denied initially, but he insisted alot and told me to cover my head and cum with him to the saloon across the street, i was a bit reluctant but he persuaded me and demonstrated his short hair, good looks and tension free life. He then forcefully dragged me with him. I somewhere always wanted to cut my hair as i had slways seen ashish's short hair, hairstyles, tidy hair and wanted to be like him. He belonged to a mixed family, his father is a hindu and mother (bhua) is s sikh, he had a joora till he was 6 but then his father one day took him to a saloon and got him a cut as he wanted him to look gud. But that day was my my haircut day. The barber in the saloon opened my wet hair combed them and tied a loose joora on my head. He then unfurled the joora to some height and using the scissors cut off the joora, when the hair were being cut the short hair fell and touched my cheeks and neck. In about a minute the joora was in the barber's hand. He gave the joora to me and the began combing back the hair, made partitions and started cutting the hair. He suggested a center partition haircut, since my hair were quite voluminous. He cropped off the hair from ny neck and shaped in the sideburns. Removed the extra hair from the forehead sides and mane. Then he shaved off my chin and thin moustache. I got a new look. Ashish was right my life took turn that day. Now we both look brothers. The very next month i took my younger brother Sumit for a haircut and got him the freedom. It has been around 7 months and i have been to saloon 15 times. I love to try hairstyles, wet my hair, comb then, feel the short hair. I shave regularly snd get ready in 5 mins unlike earlier when it used to take 15 mind to only comb snd tie the joora.
fallen

Konnagar, India

#4295 Feb 17, 2014
Sahil wrote:
I belong to a conservative sikh family. Haircut was a bold step taken by me. I still remember the date it was 7 july 13. Parents were not at home and as usual i had washed my hair and was sitting in the front lawn with my hair wet and open. My cousin cum my neighbour Ashish came to visit me. He knew that i always wanted to get a haircut. He suggested that its high time that i have kept long hair now i should cut them else the hsirline would receed snd haircut later would not suit. I denied initially, but he insisted alot and told me to cover my head and cum with him to the saloon across the street, i was a bit reluctant but he persuaded me and demonstrated his short hair, good looks and tension free life. He then forcefully dragged me with him. I somewhere always wanted to cut my hair as i had slways seen ashish's short hair, hairstyles, tidy hair and wanted to be like him. He belonged to a mixed family, his father is a hindu and mother (bhua) is s sikh, he had a joora till he was 6 but then his father one day took him to a saloon and got him a cut as he wanted him to look gud. But that day was my my haircut day. The barber in the saloon opened my wet hair combed them and tied a loose joora on my head. He then unfurled the joora to some height and using the scissors cut off the joora, when the hair were being cut the short hair fell and touched my cheeks and neck. In about a minute the joora was in the barber's hand. He gave the joora to me and the began combing back the hair, made partitions and started cutting the hair. He suggested a center partition haircut, since my hair were quite voluminous. He cropped off the hair from ny neck and shaped in the sideburns. Removed the extra hair from the forehead sides and mane. Then he shaved off my chin and thin moustache. I got a new look. Ashish was right my life took turn that day. Now we both look brothers. The very next month i took my younger brother Sumit for a haircut and got him the freedom. It has been around 7 months and i have been to saloon 15 times. I love to try hairstyles, wet my hair, comb then, feel the short hair. I shave regularly snd get ready in 5 mins unlike earlier when it used to take 15 mind to only comb snd tie the joora.
your age?
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4296 Feb 17, 2014
mani wrote:
@gold
yes you are right gold . mom likes haircut. when she was shaving my brother hairs she also asked me for reshave but now i want some new hairstyle so growing my hairs. i think mom love scissors in her hairs. today she said to chachiji k she wants new hairstyle . i got surprised .mai mom nu keha,mom tuhade baal agge shoulder tk ne es ton baad hor kedha hairstyle ho skda and tusi rebond vi krvaye ne hairs.she said she will see and ask from her stylist. i said ok. te rhi gl chachiji de bchea di their hairs will be soon cut off.i think mere mom ee ohna de baal cut karan ge ya krvaange because chachiji has no gutts to ask chachaji about haircut of sons.
@ mani - This is real interesting. First your mom did not have a haircut nad your chachiji had one. She inspired your mom for a haircut and rebonding. Now it is the opposite - your mom is so enthusiastic about hair cuts! Actually it is good because someone i the family should be passionate about such things. Shaid kisse din tuhadi mom short hair cut karva lave ot a chin length bob! Bahut hi interesting hovega. Mani, how is your hair now? Agar mom ton head shave karva lende taan tuhadi mom nu satisfaction milni si. Te tussi pher clean feel naal rehena si. Mainu lagda hai shahid tuhado=i mom nu haircut karan layi bahut ji karda si, par proper time nahin milia. Jadun mauka miliya, usda pahida liya. and tussi donno ne mom di help kitti by going in for hair cut. I am sure tuhade cousins (chachaji de kids) vi hair cut nu cheddi adopt kar layenge. Shaid oh tuhade chachaji naal is baare share karde honge. Your mom can talk to your chachaji about this. and slowly they can be taken for haircut. One at a time and then the maaza can be felt. I can remember my cousins ne jadun hair cut kitte si. Pahelan, elder one ne hair cut karva liya - aape. Usdi mom khush ho gayi because usne soochiya si par karvaya nahin. After some time younger one ne elder nu kahiya hair cut layi. Dono arber shop te gaye and bahut chotte vaal katva ditte. Jadun ghar aaye taan mom ne japphi vich liya and bless kita. Handsom nikal ke aaye ho, usne keha. Ejder ne shave vi kita si ate uh bahut he sohns lag reha si. Unha de dad ne kuch nahin keha par mom nu keha ki hun garbu teekh lagde ne. Saari family ne celebrate kita. After a monmth unha de dad ne vi haircut karva liya te appne boys nu keha ki tuhadi courage ne ainu vi help keeta. Par he still wears a paag. Uhna di mom bahut khush hai te hun oh vi aapna haircut karke rakhdi hai - shoulder length. Saari family ek saath saloon ti jade han, Kaddi kddi, ghar vich ve barber nu bula lainde han - family affair ho jaanda hai. Very nie to share. Hope karde haan ki tuhado chachiji vi chachaji nu maana lainge te tussi saanu hor stories dassoge. Good luck Enjoy
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4297 Feb 17, 2014
Sahil wrote:
I belong to a conservative sikh family. Haircut was a bold step taken by me. I still remember the date it was 7 july 13. Parents were not at home and as usual i had washed my hair and was sitting in the front lawn with my hair wet and open. My cousin cum my neighbour Ashish came to visit me. He knew that i always wanted to get a haircut. He suggested that its high time that i have kept long hair now i should cut them else the hsirline would receed snd haircut later would not suit. I denied initially, but he insisted alot and told me to cover my head and cum with him to the saloon across the street, i was a bit reluctant but he persuaded me and demonstrated his short hair, good looks and tension free life. He then forcefully dragged me with him. I somewhere always wanted to cut my hair as i had slways seen ashish's short hair, hairstyles, tidy hair and wanted to be like him. He belonged to a mixed family, his father is a hindu and mother (bhua) is s sikh, he had a joora till he was 6 but then his father one day took him to a saloon and got him a cut as he wanted him to look gud. But that day was my my haircut day. The barber in the saloon opened my wet hair combed them and tied a loose joora on my head. He then unfurled the joora to some height and using the scissors cut off the joora, when the hair were being cut the short hair fell and touched my cheeks and neck. In about a minute the joora was in the barber's hand. He gave the joora to me and the began combing back the hair, made partitions and started cutting the hair. He suggested a center partition haircut, since my hair were quite voluminous. He cropped off the hair from ny neck and shaped in the sideburns. Removed the extra hair from the forehead sides and mane. Then he shaved off my chin and thin moustache. I got a new look. Ashish was right my life took turn that day. Now we both look brothers. The very next month i took my younger brother Sumit for a haircut and got him the freedom. It has been around 7 months and i have been to saloon 15 times. I love to try hairstyles, wet my hair, comb then, feel the short hair. I shave regularly snd get ready in 5 mins unlike earlier when it used to take 15 mind to only comb snd tie the joora.
@ Sahil - Congratulations for the courage. I am pleased that you have liked your new look.Actually yo ahve explained the feelings of a person who goes for a hair cut for the first time. But your cousin should be praised to introduce you to freedom and he cared for your feelings. And you did the same for your brother. All cousins are the same. You also have common names, like can be for sikh or hindu names - sahil and sumit. And your bhua would be so pleased as also your mother who would be relieved from the daily hair combing. The barber has two more customers. Shaving is very refreshing and the clean look and feel is very comfortable. Also if you want you can shave every day or after some days. But in a beard you have to fix it everyday or it will look so odd. And it is an important date for you - and you have also kept a note of the saloon visits - twice a month! Congrats for enjoying this phase of your life. Keep your 'joora' pics and then show later to your wife or girlfriend. She would appreciate so much and then you will again relish that you took a right decision. Best Wishes Sahil and write more experiences so that more people join us and the experience goes on........!
Heena

Nagar, India

#4299 Feb 18, 2014
@Gold
why do u get so happy on jooda cut stories .... lolzzz .... I m sure you are a girl .. joodas look ok ..
mani

Europe

#4300 Feb 18, 2014
@gold
yeah you are saying right gold. jitho tk menu lgda j mom ne new hairstyle kraya te shoulder length ton baad te bob ee ae. i afraid k mom bob cut na krva laen. vse vi j sikh ladies haircut lyi jaan te bs hair trim ee krvandea ne ya rebonding krvaan td vi trim ee krvandiya ne but mom ne ta pehli visit ch ee hip length ton shoulder cut krvaalya si.aje te baal thode thik length de ne pony vi ho jandi ae te open vi rakh laende ne , ene odd nai lgde but je bob krvalea te .i dont ki ho jana. ohna ne sadi family de ee nai lgna. o te pure hindu family nu belong krde hoye lggnge. i am confused and afraid kite mom sach ch bob na krva aan.mom te fr dad nl jachange ee nai . dad ne turban tie kiti hoye te mom ne bob cut krvaya hoye.this looks strange. baki mom te depend i will suggest her not to change hairstyle baki ohna di wish ae.

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