hair cut stories of sikh boys and girls
indina

Cranbury, NJ

#4446 Apr 20, 2014
Raman Preet Singh wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey brother!! You maybe right about what you feel, it's actually all about what you think and how you take it. Being a sikh is really a symbol of honor. You may not understand this thing at this young age but when you'll grow up!!
Try going Gurudwara Sahib spend some time the ask your mother about the sikhism's history!! Be proud of what you are!!! It's a Gift.
i understand but i reallly dont like having long hair i undestand its a gift and waheguru will love me both ways.
khoji sikh xyz

Dallas, TX

#4447 Apr 20, 2014
vaalan diyan doe naavan-- nili siyahi --ggs pg 16 --69 samjho understand --rebuild --nanak ag jt tt gl jz je gn hn tn kt se bh se veer --misaal -- koshish karo ki sari boliyan nu english samet pakka te kacha pakka nahi saaf saaf bolo bar bar na karo --rebuild sikhi roupi lakhman rekha vich raho ptkpn sabh dheek hai rebuild hnk dtlos bhul di khima rebuild repeated
khoji sikh xyz

Dallas, TX

#4448 Apr 20, 2014
vaalan diyan doe naavan--13 vareh pehlan itihasik grdwra vich ek sikh munda aadmi dstr pgr te usde dhee ne 2 pony tail blunt cut karayea hoiya te hun tusi aap jaano jan karo aam common kudiyan layee eh sabh darmiana vadh saukha hunda hai pur mundiyan layee kyonki daari dst vagerah drmn ghat saukha kudiyn chahun tan 10 --10 clip laga ke 6 jan 12 jan 18 mxm maah layee lambe vadde duji vaar karva sakdiyan hun kai kardiyan hun ek vaar pixie cut karva ke pher pehlan di tarah lambe aayeana vgrh --jiven sikh by blo kehnda si -- chaain aa jaye layee ek vaar tmpr hunda hai bhul di khima
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4449 Apr 20, 2014
mani wrote:
@gold
hello.gold i know its very difficult to maintain mohawk style.i have to shave my sides regularly.but once i want to see myself in that style.style maintain krn ch koi problem nai ,that shaving sides o te mom vi help ke denge shave krn ch.she is always ready for that.bs hairstyle suit kr jaave meinu baki i will maintain it .not for long time but for some days as it was my wish.after that jdon mera mann bhar javega then i will go for buzz or shave again.my hairs length is good now in 4 or 5 days i am going to saloon to get that style .
gold what do mean by short brush look of moms hairs .i cant understand your this comment.mom made chachiji agree for her sons cutting.before summers their hairs will be cut.chachiji was saying to mom k aje 1-2 saal rukk jayeyi .then mom said after 1-2 saal baad vi te ktvaane ee ne. why should now?then chachiji said ok.chachiji said to mom ki aap ee jana mre sons da haircut krvaan vi .she will not go.mom laughed and said ok ...
@mani: It is good to try new styles and mohawk style is being tried by more boys this season. First it feels good as the sides are shaved and it is sooo cool. Then the top hairs are cut and gelled well so that they stand up. But as you said, the sides have to be shaved regularly. But yo may do that at home, once a week, or even go to the parlour. Fresh feeling just as after a face shave I just made a mention of short brush look of the hair when the bob cut is tied at the back. The hair is cut so neat and fine that when it is tied with a elastic band the ends are so equal and straight tat they gice an impression of a brush. Vaal inne vadiyaa katte hunde ne ki oh pony bahut hi cute lagdi hai. Summer vich elastic band vaal bob cut rahkan naal ek different feel hai. Your mom is giving great courage and support to your chachiji for her son's hair cuts. Agar chachiji 1,2 saal ruhna chaunde han taan wait kar layan deo. Agar uhna ne hair cut karan lai sooch leyahaim taan pher karva layen. Agar late karan ge taan she will feel that she spent so much time , aapne boys de vaalan di upkeep laye. Let the school close for summer then they can ge hair cut. Also they will go back with new look. By now you must have got new style. Share your feelings for the new style.
mani

Ashburn, VA

#4452 Apr 21, 2014
@gold
hie. Now mom is not going wait for 1 or 2 years for our cousins haircuts.she has made chachiji agreed for cutting before summers.Before hot months they will have their new look that will be cool and free.In these summers we are not going to have sweat in our hairs.We can wash them everyday.
hello friends .here i also want to share my uncle and aunt story.my uncle ties turban and had beard near about chest .he has never cut his hair.Same was with aunt ,she has hairs till mid back but never touched scissors in her life.i went to their house in yesterday evening.they were normal.But today when i again went to their house they were changed.i saw uncle and got surprised ,ohna ne apni sari long beard utarva ditti te bot choti beard rakh lyi which was neat and clean.Aunty said to uncle ki hun ovi haircut krvaan ge .tomorrow aunty mere mom nl parlour jaa rye ne cutting krvaan. In their family saare surprised ne uncle de es change.His age is 34 .then mai ohna reason puchya ,he said summers de kr k problem hundi .Sweating is the main problem taan kr k cut krvayi .te hun panga ee khtam .aunty is ready for cut tomorrow.bye. i will tell you about my aunt.
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4453 Apr 21, 2014
mani wrote:
@gold
hie. Now mom is not going wait for 1 or 2 years for our cousins haircuts.she has made chachiji agreed for cutting before summers.Before hot months they will have their new look that will be cool and free.In these summers we are not going to have sweat in our hairs.We can wash them everyday.
hello friends .here i also want to share my uncle and aunt story.my uncle ties turban and had beard near about chest .he has never cut his hair.Same was with aunt ,she has hairs till mid back but never touched scissors in her life.i went to their house in yesterday evening.they were normal.But today when i again went to their house they were changed.i saw uncle and got surprised ,ohna ne apni sari long beard utarva ditti te bot choti beard rakh lyi which was neat and clean.Aunty said to uncle ki hun ovi haircut krvaan ge .tomorrow aunty mere mom nl parlour jaa rye ne cutting krvaan. In their family saare surprised ne uncle de es change.His age is 34 .then mai ohna reason puchya ,he said summers de kr k problem hundi .Sweating is the main problem taan kr k cut krvayi .te hun panga ee khtam .aunty is ready for cut tomorrow.bye. i will tell you about my aunt.
@mani: That is a big change. You wrote that your chaciji got layered cut when she went to parlour with your mom. Now she is going to get shorter cut? Tuhade uncle ne taan ek forward step le liya and now your chachiji need not think bad about boys hair cut. Uncle ne unhada kam easy kar ditta. And after her hair cut tomorrow, sons will not wait. As you said, is summer it is going to be cool for all of you. You mom was right - now you should not wait fro 1-2 ears.Jaddon tuhade uncle ne turban vi uttar ditti pher taan your dad nu soochana payega! All because of the forward and right sooch of your mom. Love her for this. Waiting for your new posts, Bye.
mani

Ashburn, VA

#4454 Apr 22, 2014
@gold
hey gold i am not talking about my chachaji here.Uncle whom i am talking about is from friends circle.he got his beard cut not my chachaji.Today his wife (my aunt) also went with my mom to saloon.Aunt came with nice haircut.she got length short .she had heavy hairs so she made her hairs light by getting cut by razors.after haircut aunt directly came to our home.she was looking good with that .chachiji praised her .she was looking of less age.she was happy .bie
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4455 Apr 22, 2014
mani wrote:
@gold
hey gold i am not talking about my chachaji here.Uncle whom i am talking about is from friends circle.he got his beard cut not my chachaji.Today his wife (my aunt) also went with my mom to saloon.Aunt came with nice haircut.she got length short .she had heavy hairs so she made her hairs light by getting cut by razors.after haircut aunt directly came to our home.she was looking good with that .chachiji praised her .she was looking of less age.she was happy .bie
@mani: OK. But the thought is continuing and we are keeping the hairdressers busy!
mani

Ashburn, VA

#4456 Apr 23, 2014
@gold
what is meaning of above comment ??
Ashish Singh Saroya

India

#4457 Apr 23, 2014
Being a jatt sikh and where all my near and extended family had got their haircuts it was very hatd for me to keep my long hairs. I had been maintaining the joora since last 15 years. I had expressed my desire for a haircut about an year ago and my parents scolded and forbid me. But today it was the day. As usual i was comming back from school and midway there was a saloon from where my friend sahil used to get his haircut( he was also a sardar till he was in 12, but then his father got his haircut so that he could look smart and feel free, since then he used to pursuade me also to get the cut and feel the freedom). Sahil took me to that saloon and introduced me to the barber as his brother snd told him to cut my hair. The barber made me sit on the chir, adjusted it and then directly grabbed my joora and shook open the patka and the hair, he kept the payka aside and combed back my hair using water, the he took the scissors and cut off the hair till the neck. The very jext moment the hair touched my cheeks snd chin. The the barber started cutting the hair and in about an hour or so the turmoil was over and there sat a boy without the irritating joora looking normal with short cropped hair. I felt great and kept on feeling my hair. I went home but my oarents rebuked me and told me to go away, i went to sahils house and will stay here till they calm down. But i must admit, sahils dad is the best who understood his agony and got him a haircut, and i also thank sahil for the motivation.
khoji sikh xyz

Dallas, TX

#4458 Apr 23, 2014
vaalan diyan doe naavan -- ek ne kahi duje ne maani nanak kahe dono gyani -- es naal kai kaaraj savarde hun jiven kai kutamb vich oh sabh hunda hai --repeated--rebuild
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4459 Apr 23, 2014
mani wrote:
@gold
what is meaning of above comment ??
@mani: It is a casual comment that the purpose of this forum is being fulfilled and with it the hair dressers are busy doing business. It is nice to read that people are opting for hair cuts a a part of their life style.
Sahil Kapoor

Delhi, India

#4460 Apr 24, 2014
I was born into a hindu family but my parents brought me up as a sikh as i was born after a lot of penence, so in order to thank god they made me a sikh. Our family although being a hindu goea to gurudwara and follow the teachings. The long hair never irritated me but the fact that my father was a clean shaven, my mother had a short pony, me having a patka, appeared odd. I had been such since last 13 years but wanted a haircut, but my parents wanted me to grow up more before i took any action. But my hair were not so in a goodcondition and i knew they would receed if i do wait for till i am 20-21, so haircut was the only action. Last week i as usual in the evening went to the park to play and from there went to the nearby market and entered the saloon, and ordered for a haircut. The barber denied and told me to come with my father, i told him my father himself cuts his hair and even showed him his picture , but he rold me to give my dads number so that he can ring and confirm. I gave it, he called and confirmed and to my surprise my dad told him to do whatever i say. I was very happy. He removed my patka and loosened my joora a bit and raised it to some height and cut it off with the scissors. Then he sprayed water and did his couse of ahort crop, shapes the nape and sideburns, aligned the short fringes on the forehead, cleaned the area behind the ears, gave a right partitioned haircut, gelled the hair and i was on. I really felt happy and my family is now complete. I do go to gurudwara daily, the only difference being was i had a patka earlier and now went in with a henkerchief. Life is easy now, short hair are easy and hygenic to maintain.
BALVINDER SINGH

Ashburn, VA

#4461 Apr 25, 2014
harman singh wrote:
i tell u my story as i came from traditional gursikh family and find turban as a burden and from last 3 years i was planning to cut my hairs but never done dat coz i know this will creat mess in my house but on 20 sep this year when i was tying my turban got in argue with my father as we are getting late for shop and i am have problem with my turban as i was not able to tie it and my father was shouting with me then i came to my sister's room from where i took seccior made ponytail and chopped it all ( that time my hairs are butt length) ant i cut it till my neck after coming back to lobby everyone is shocked the saw the pony in my hand and i said that from now we will reach to shop on time after dat i gone to saloon for styling and got my face shave. my parents didnt talked to me for 1 week after dat every thing is normal my sister told me dat i look more smart now and im also feeling very relax and from now onwards im not going to keep my hairs back & now i can smoke in open as erlier i used to smoke in lonly place.
shamless u cut ur respect....u are such a big fool...
Brother

Delhi, India

#4463 Apr 25, 2014
Hello Sir,
good to read all this. Iam 21 years old guy, frm a sikh family where there is a lot of importance of keeping hair. I don't have much hair growth as my father also has almost a bald head. I have very light hairs which extend to little below my shoulders.
The problem that i face is from wearing turban. I am not able to tolerate it for more than two hours, as it severely pains in my ears. I have tried wearing it in a loose manner, but only a tightly tied turban looks good and your face looks confident.
and my ears pain like hell. I wanted to cut my hairs from quiet a long time, but i feel it is very difficult for me to face all my teachers and family members with my new look. All my school teachers, my college teachers, my acquaintances, my juniors who have loved me soo much, will gonna hate me. My parents will be hurt a lott..I feel like quitting this decision of cutting hairs, but again , everytime i wear turban, and everytime when it pains, i am not able to tolerate it. Specially in the hot weather, when u are out frm home for 9 hrs. Iam in a fix.

Frankly speaking, i have a very less beard(almost negligible) as compared to people of my age. And for a sikh, who doesnt have a beard to show, it is again very bad. I look soo young amongst my colleagues.
Iam soo confused, cant take a decision. I think, any religion is all about being true to people, sabda bhala karna, helping others, and doing good deeds. I dont noe what hairs have a role to play in. Please advise me.
khoji sikh xyz

Dallas, TX

#4464 Apr 25, 2014
vaalan diyan doe naavan-- kai sikh puchde hun ki oh sabh ki hai -- har gufa vaaja payon nau dvare pragat dasva gupat gurudvare anek roup nau navnidh ant n payea nanak -- guru gyan diyan gallan hundiyan hun -- only for -- kot madhey ko virla sevak hor sagle beohaari -- antanjaami dibdrishti saalgraam 2 kla samrath beant bal vagereh rebuild -- azaadi -- th kn of tn su to hf sk an hf oth pe on -- 50 50 or 40 40 20 --rebuild bhul di khima --rebuild
TT kaur

Akhara, India

#4465 Apr 27, 2014
Hi everyone...
I have been following this post since its inception.. I have been reading experiences of many sikh boys and girls who have cut their hair..
Even I am one of you people who alwayz was fascinated by haircuts.. but due to family culture, I took amrit when I was in class 10th,, I used to do paath and go to gurdwara daily but this haircutting thing was always there in me... I even used to accompany my friend to parlour to c her get her hair cut... believe me, I even trimmed her hair once... she asked me to even get mine cut but I could not because the culture in my family was very strict and everyone is amritdhari...
In my final year of college, I met a boy whom I started liking... he also liked me a lot...but the only problem was that he trimmed his beard... in this way he was not acceptable to my family..
We decided that he will not cut his beard till my parents agreed... main boht raula paya ghare k main viah karna hai taan aise munde naal hi karna hai... and now he has even stopped cutting his beard... finally, my parents agreed and I got married to this guy...
What do u all think happened next??? I leave it to u... did the boy change forever or did I cut my hair... lets discuss... what do u think should I have done???
harish

United States

#4466 Apr 27, 2014
TT kaur wrote:
Hi everyone...
I have been following this post since its inception.. I have been reading experiences of many sikh boys and girls who have cut their hair..
Even I am one of you people who alwayz was fascinated by haircuts.. but due to family culture, I took amrit when I was in class 10th,, I used to do paath and go to gurdwara daily but this haircutting thing was always there in me... I even used to accompany my friend to parlour to c her get her hair cut... believe me, I even trimmed her hair once... she asked me to even get mine cut but I could not because the culture in my family was very strict and everyone is amritdhari...
In my final year of college, I met a boy whom I started liking... he also liked me a lot...but the only problem was that he trimmed his beard... in this way he was not acceptable to my family..
We decided that he will not cut his beard till my parents agreed... main boht raula paya ghare k main viah karna hai taan aise munde naal hi karna hai... and now he has even stopped cutting his beard... finally, my parents agreed and I got married to this guy...
What do u all think happened next??? I leave it to u... did the boy change forever or did I cut my hair... lets discuss... what do u think should I have done???
Ummm, u got ur haircut and d boy again started trimming his beard
khoji sikh xyz

Dallas, TX

#4467 Apr 27, 2014
vaalan diyan doe naavan -- sikhon te sikhniyon je koi vaal katvaun de mamle vich koi kami na reh jay te kai sikh munde kudiyan aadmi jananiyan sir janja de mamle vich puchde hun tan guru hargobind sahib da sakhi yaad ande hai --panjve guru ne baal avastha vich ohna da karayea si --hnk dtlos rebuild bhul di khima lambi sakhi hai 3750 or 375 hrp lagange dassan vich beadbi nahi karni -- rebuild azaadi th kn of tn su to hf sk an hf oth pe on 50 50 or 40 40 20 ptkpn rebuild unless majbouri kptkpn 69 samjho understand rebuild shabad-- aisa kam mule na keja jit ant pachotaiyea -te- vakht vicharey so banda hoi ----rebuild
Aadesh Singh

Bangalore, India

#4468 Apr 27, 2014
Sahil Kapoor wrote:
I was born into a hindu family but my parents brought me up as a sikh as i was born after a lot of penence, so in order to thank god they made me a sikh. Our family although being a hindu goea to gurudwara and follow the teachings. The long hair never irritated me but the fact that my father was a clean shaven, my mother had a short pony, me having a patka, appeared odd. I had been such since last 13 years but wanted a haircut, but my parents wanted me to grow up more before i took any action. But my hair were not so in a goodcondition and i knew they would receed if i do wait for till i am 20-21, so haircut was the only action. Last week i as usual in the evening went to the park to play and from there went to the nearby market and entered the saloon, and ordered for a haircut. The barber denied and told me to come with my father, i told him my father himself cuts his hair and even showed him his picture , but he rold me to give my dads number so that he can ring and confirm. I gave it, he called and confirmed and to my surprise my dad told him to do whatever i say. I was very happy. He removed my patka and loosened my joora a bit and raised it to some height and cut it off with the scissors. Then he sprayed water and did his couse of ahort crop, shapes the nape and sideburns, aligned the short fringes on the forehead, cleaned the area behind the ears, gave a right partitioned haircut, gelled the hair and i was on. I really felt happy and my family is now complete. I do go to gurudwara daily, the only difference being was i had a patka earlier and now went in with a henkerchief. Life is easy now, short hair are easy and hygenic to maintain.
Hi sahil, reading your quote, i remembered mine which is some what similar, now it has been 4 years since i am having haircuts and now i am 16 years old. I was born to a sikh father and a hindu mother. My mother had a short pony while my dad had a turban but used to trim his beard while i and my younger brother had the joora on my head. The cousins whether paternal or maternal were either cut serds or hindu. During the summers of 2009, my younger brother Aakash had got a haircut as he developed some scalp allergy due to sweat so on doctors advice papa agreed for his haircut, although i knew how he managed to get that allergy by not washing his head for 5 consective months, due to dandruff and itching he developed an allergy, well that a secret, but now even aakash used to tease me because of my joora and both brothers being unlike( one having joora other having haircut) were made fun off at school, especially me. In 2010 i told my mother that i too wanted a haircut, she told me to ask my father, i told the sme to my father, to my surprise he did not deny and took me with him to a saloon. There i was a bit more surprised ehen he told tge barber to give me snd him both a haircut. I was damn excited. After the haircut i felt light and nice, father was also looking younger and since his hairline was good haircut suited him very well. Now we looked a family. When we came home mum was elated with joy seeing papa abd kept on touching papas short hair. And as u said sahil i also go to gurudwara daily but earlier went with a joora but now with a hencerchief, nithing changed in my life except confidence ease and comfort. Thanks to Aaksh and dad.

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