hair cut stories of sikh boys and girls
Rishabh Singh

New Delhi, India

#4705 Aug 30, 2014
I wanted haircut but my father eiuld never let it happen. I belonged to a mix family where my father was a sikh and my mother was a converted sikh ( before marraige she was a jaini). All my maternal cousins were without joora and had cool haircuts and my paternal cousins were cut serds except me with a hefty joora. I had it for 17 years but now wanted to cut it off, but my father disagreed. When i was born i was named tirlochan but that was quite odd anf so i with the help of my mammaji got it changed to rishabh. There was a whole lot of fight at that time and now also i could foresee the same. I had told father about my wish for haircut but the result was a scolding. But last week i went to my nanke and over there i narrated the same to nanaji and mamaji and cried alot. They consoled me and said that they would try and figure out some solution. I was fed up listening to words like giani, bodha, 12 vaj gaye and such stuff. Today mammaji called me to his house and as i went there he took me for a haircut. I was a bit surprised but at the same moment happy. The barber immediately opened the joora and combed back the hair and cut a pony of my hair. Then he sprayed water and using comb and scissors went on cutting the hair section by section. After all of it i saw my face, it was looking nice and handsome with gelled hair and nice sideburns. He also trimmed off my little moutsache and scatterd gottee on my chin. When i was off the chair, the barber asked that was mammaji my father as i was a sardar and he gad cut hair. Mammaji replied noo he is not a sardar and was a sardar, without that joora he is my son rishabh. The barber smiled and so did i. But then mammaji took me home where father was altogther violent, and disowned me, to which mammaji said its fine so from today rishabh is my son abd he will live with me and if you wnt him back accept him with his haircut. Father kept quiet and i came back to mammaji house, where everybody praised my looks and haircut and my cousin Aashish even said that its good the joora is gone atleast now he looks handsome. Naniji came forward and touched my hair and kissed my forehead. Now lets see what happens, but i am loving the freedom.
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4706 Aug 30, 2014
Rishabh Singh wrote:
I wanted haircut but my father eiuld never let it happen. I belonged to a mix family where my father was a sikh and my mother was a converted sikh ( before marraige she was a jaini). All my maternal cousins were without joora and had cool haircuts and my paternal cousins were cut serds except me with a hefty joora. I had it for 17 years but now wanted to cut it off, but my father disagreed. When i was born i was named tirlochan but that was quite odd anf so i with the help of my mammaji got it changed to rishabh. There was a whole lot of fight at that time and now also i could foresee the same. I had told father about my wish for haircut but the result was a scolding. But last week i went to my nanke and over there i narrated the same to nanaji and mamaji and cried alot. They consoled me and said that they would try and figure out some solution. I was fed up listening to words like giani, bodha, 12 vaj gaye and such stuff. Today mammaji called me to his house and as i went there he took me for a haircut. I was a bit surprised but at the same moment happy. The barber immediately opened the joora and combed back the hair and cut a pony of my hair. Then he sprayed water and using comb and scissors went on cutting the hair section by section. After all of it i saw my face, it was looking nice and handsome with gelled hair and nice sideburns. He also trimmed off my little moutsache and scatterd gottee on my chin. When i was off the chair, the barber asked that was mammaji my father as i was a sardar and he gad cut hair. Mammaji replied noo he is not a sardar and was a sardar, without that joora he is my son rishabh. The barber smiled and so did i. But then mammaji took me home where father was altogther violent, and disowned me, to which mammaji said its fine so from today rishabh is my son abd he will live with me and if you wnt him back accept him with his haircut. Father kept quiet and i came back to mammaji house, where everybody praised my looks and haircut and my cousin Aashish even said that its good the joora is gone atleast now he looks handsome. Naniji came forward and touched my hair and kissed my forehead. Now lets see what happens, but i am loving the freedom.
@Rishabh Singh: Congrats for following your heart. And I must appreciate the step of your mammaji to support you - actually taking you to the barber and helping you enjoy freedom. But I think your father should have thought about this when he married into a jain family. It is but natural for you to have feelings of haircut when you are in the company of hair cut families. And your 'freedom' for you is so important; you will know the difference as you have kept 'joora' and now with 'joora cut'. Your cousins will not be able to appreciate the change and relief as they have been with hair cuts from first day itself! Do let us know if your father has agreed to accept you into his house. Also your second hair cut and the shave is very relaxing. Ask for a shave from the barber even if it is a 'dry shave'. Now you will enjoy the 'new life' and easily merge into the ways of the world. How did your friends react at school/college? Did your mother love it? She would have appreciated. And your naniji is a real gem! Congrats once afor crossing the bridge.
khoji

Dallas, TX

#4707 Aug 30, 2014
vaalan diyan doe naavan -- ek hor kahani sunavan -- jaoun sade hatti te ek kudi aoundi si oh jouda kardi si si oh hindu te kaafi vaar milia te eh vaar vekhia kisi hor hatti te chote pixie cut karvayea hoyea phir dusri hatti te phir nereyon phir ohi teesri vaar pixie cut saara te pechon sva inch vaal shave kite hoi navan style oh hor vi pehlen toun ziadi ove khisan vaala lagge rebuild azaadi th in of tn su to hf sk an hf ot pe on 50 50 or 40 40 20 rebuild
khoji

Dallas, TX

#4708 Aug 30, 2014
vaalan diyan doe naavan -- kai sikh te oth pchd hun ki hor dasso sansaari te nirankaari bare -- pehlan nrnkri -- rachna raam banayee -- phir snsri -- rachna tarraki karo -- 69 chen noo dove unless majbouri kptkpn rebuild azaadi th in of tn su to hf sk an hf ot pe on 50 50 or 40 40 20 rebuild
Rishabh

Suri, India

#4709 Aug 31, 2014
Gold wrote:
<quoted text>@Rishabh Singh: Congrats for following your heart. And I must appreciate the step of your mammaji to support you - actually taking you to the barber and helping you enjoy freedom. But I think your father should have thought about this when he married into a jain family. It is but natural for you to have feelings of haircut when you are in the company of hair cut families. And your 'freedom' for you is so important; you will know the difference as you have kept 'joora' and now with 'joora cut'. Your cousins will not be able to appreciate the change and relief as they have been with hair cuts from first day itself! Do let us know if your father has agreed to accept you into his house. Also your second hair cut and the shave is very relaxing. Ask for a shave from the barber even if it is a 'dry shave'. Now you will enjoy the 'new life' and easily merge into the ways of the world. How did your friends react at school/college? Did your mother love it? She would have appreciated. And your naniji is a real gem! Congrats once afor crossing the bridge.
Ya its tru gold that since my mother was a jaini ( her pre marital name was sakshi jain, but after marraige she was rechristened as sakshi kaur, although she used to cut her gair even today snd had hair till her neck tied in pony). My grand father and nanaji were very gud friends, hence they turned this friendship into a relation. My granddad was a very liberal person but my father is quite orthodox. Though since my childhood i knew sikhism as well as jainism, i went to gurudwara as well as a digambar mandir, i used to go for langar as well as keep the fast fir 10 days. I knew the gurbani as well as jain saloks. But end of the day being practical was what i desired. Keeping a joora or wearing no clothes is no way practical. My father doesnt drink and is a veg so is my maternal side but they are veg freaks, and being a freak is also not practical. I wanted to be a normal human being so i did. I dunno whos happy or not but right now i am. Transformation from tirlochan to rishabh and from joora wala rishabh to haircut wala rishabh i thank mamaji, but i still understand he helped me because he wanted me to be a jain. Rishabh was one of the jain tirthankaras, i.e why he named me rishabh. But thats fine as end of day i wanted to have a haircut so i got it. My mother was not happy with my decision since she doesnt like mammajis interference in religious affairs. Mu friends supported my decision and praised my looks. Daddy is still annoyed, and i am sharing room with Aashish. Lets see shat happens but i am happy.
Gold

Jagraon, India

#4710 Sep 1, 2014
Rishabh wrote:
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Ya its tru gold that since my mother was a jaini ( her pre marital name was sakshi jain, but after marraige she was rechristened as sakshi kaur, although she used to cut her gair even today snd had hair till her neck tied in pony). My grand father and nanaji were very gud friends, hence they turned this friendship into a relation. My granddad was a very liberal person but my father is quite orthodox. Though since my childhood i knew sikhism as well as jainism, i went to gurudwara as well as a digambar mandir, i used to go for langar as well as keep the fast fir 10 days. I knew the gurbani as well as jain saloks. But end of the day being practical was what i desired. Keeping a joora or wearing no clothes is no way practical. My father doesnt drink and is a veg so is my maternal side but they are veg freaks, and being a freak is also not practical. I wanted to be a normal human being so i did. I dunno whos happy or not but right now i am. Transformation from tirlochan to rishabh and from joora wala rishabh to haircut wala rishabh i thank mamaji, but i still understand he helped me because he wanted me to be a jain. Rishabh was one of the jain tirthankaras, i.e why he named me rishabh. But thats fine as end of day i wanted to have a haircut so i got it. My mother was not happy with my decision since she doesnt like mammajis interference in religious affairs. Mu friends supported my decision and praised my looks. Daddy is still annoyed, and i am sharing room with Aashish. Lets see shat happens but i am happy.
@Rishabh: As ou said the bottom line is that you wanted to have a hair cut and you got it. Your mamaji helped you out of it and yo are grateful to him. Your mother may not like your mamaji to interfere in your affairs but he has helped you gain confidence and as you have knowledge of both religions, you will be able to make a good choice later in life I am sure if your mother still gets her hair cut to neck length she will have no objection to your hair cut. She will talk to your dad and with time he will come round to accept. Do not worry, your stay with Ashish will help you in the acceptance and later it would be good to go back home. And by that time you would have got your second and maybe third visit tot he barber for more cutting and trimming. Also if you get a chance go in for a shave. it is a real experience. And it will help your beard to grow in a good fashion. But now the fashion is to keep a stubble. Enjoy your experiences and have fun. Congrats once again. You are no longer the odd man out in the family. Keep sharing and explain your good results with more friends so that they may gain confidence. May our tribe grow!
Aakash Singh

Suri, India

#4711 Sep 1, 2014
Aakash singh wrote:
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Abhay did the job at my house. He opened his patka and i combed back his hair abd tied a loose pony and just ran the scissors across the pony, and in a minute the joora was off his head and cut hair were till his neck. Then he went with me to the nearby saloon, where the barber gave him a nice haircut. Now he understands freedom of cut hairand uncut hair. Logically sahils haircut was toughest since mammaji was rock solid orthodox, that is why i wantedhim to feel the jooraless head first and knew seeing him all will follow. I still recount sahil stayed with me for 2 weeks before mammaji accepted him, the day after haircut when sahil woke up he did not had jooora since it was cut but his hands went up on his head to tie the joora which usually opened when we sleep. I laughed seeing him and gave him the mirror, and he smiled off. Sahil now gets ready in 15 mins and he hated tying the turban (so did ashish ) and now he is what he wantedto be. So in actual he is thecatalyst.
@ gold: u remember my mammajis son sahil whose haircut was the toughest, now when i went to meet him, he again became sardar although his younger brother adi still wears a nice haircut. He now has a small joori on his head and is growing it and he also kept nicely trimmed beard and is planning to grow it. It all changed, and now he prefers the sardar look. I tempted him with haircuts and hairstyles and I also went on to make him open the patka and show me his joori, it was really very small, but high time since a haircut. I made him sit down and showed him his photo before and after haircut and shave, made him recall the benefits- handsome looks, cool , breeze in hair, gelling, razor shave, time saving, hand in hair, style etc, and then tears rolled down his eyes and he started crying and told that he was under mammajis pressure that he kept hair as mammaji emotionally blackmailed him that atleast one out of two sons should be a sardar. It was after his third haircut that mammaji did the drama and he started keeping hair. I immediately made him go with me to the nearest salon and under pressure made him sit for a haircut. He was very scared and crying, he even caught barbers hand but then i became a barber and held the scissors and with one hand opened the patka, he tried to resist but willingly gave in and i just moved the scissors on his joori and later barber did his job of haircut and shave and i was happy to see jooraless sahil and he smiled but mammaji would get a heart attack but i brought sahil along to my house. Poor chap he looks awesome in short haircut but that irritating joori makes his looks a cartoon. I will make sure he remains jooraless.
Harjit kaur

Araghar, India

#4712 Sep 3, 2014
finally its done !

hey Gold and kuljeet how are you ??

last sunday i got my girl's haircut.
Kaur

Mumbai, India

#4713 Sep 4, 2014
Harjit kaur wrote:
finally its done !
hey Gold and kuljeet how are you ??
last sunday i got my girl's haircut.
Ur haircut or ur daughter haircut. Can u share the experience.
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4714 Sep 4, 2014
Harjit kaur wrote:
finally its done !
hey Gold and kuljeet how are you ??
last sunday i got my girl's haircut.
@Harjit Kaur: CONGRATULATIONS! it is the best decision that you made and in the process made it the best Sunday for your daughter. So persistence pays! Your daughter's regular request made you think and rethink to make an appropriate decision. I am sure your husband supported your decision as earlier. Actually you have got freedom for yourself as well as your daughter! We are wishing you are able to share your experiences and emotions during and after the haircut. How is your daughter enjoying? We await the event details! Congrats once again. Best wishes in the kids 'liberated' life ahead. Great experiences galore!
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4715 Sep 4, 2014
Aakash Singh wrote:
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@ gold: u remember my mammajis son sahil whose haircut was the toughest, now when i went to meet him, he again became sardar although his younger brother adi still wears a nice haircut. He now has a small joori on his head and is growing it and he also kept nicely trimmed beard and is planning to grow it. It all changed, and now he prefers the sardar look. I tempted him with haircuts and hairstyles and I also went on to make him open the patka and show me his joori, it was really very small, but high time since a haircut. I made him sit down and showed him his photo before and after haircut and shave, made him recall the benefits- handsome looks, cool , breeze in hair, gelling, razor shave, time saving, hand in hair, style etc, and then tears rolled down his eyes and he started crying and told that he was under mammajis pressure that he kept hair as mammaji emotionally blackmailed him that atleast one out of two sons should be a sardar. It was after his third haircut that mammaji did the drama and he started keeping hair. I immediately made him go with me to the nearest salon and under pressure made him sit for a haircut. He was very scared and crying, he even caught barbers hand but then i became a barber and held the scissors and with one hand opened the patka, he tried to resist but willingly gave in and i just moved the scissors on his joori and later barber did his job of haircut and shave and i was happy to see jooraless sahil and he smiled but mammaji would get a heart attack but i brought sahil along to my house. Poor chap he looks awesome in short haircut but that irritating joori makes his looks a cartoon. I will make sure he remains jooraless.
@Aakash Singh: Great job to help out your cousin to go 'jooraless' again. I appreciate your confidence to take your cousin for a haircut another time and then helping him in keeping him at your house to get over the anger of his father. I am sure he will gain more confidence and his father will understand that if he wants to keep hair cut, it should be allowed. Sahil will feel comfortable with the family and with his friends with his 'jooraless' life. Since he had haircut a short time earlier, he may not have to go to the barber a second time for styling. Another thing which Sahil can do to give an answer to his father is to shave off his head if his father puts pressure on him to keep long hair! This will keep him 'jooraless' for sure and also ensure that he never keeps hair! Congrats to you to help everyone gain confidence in their lives and also keeping the barbers busy! Keep sharing nice experiences.
Rishabh Singh

Suri, India

#4716 Sep 5, 2014
Gold wrote:
<quoted text>@Rishabh: As ou said the bottom line is that you wanted to have a hair cut and you got it. Your mamaji helped you out of it and yo are grateful to him. Your mother may not like your mamaji to interfere in your affairs but he has helped you gain confidence and as you have knowledge of both religions, you will be able to make a good choice later in life I am sure if your mother still gets her hair cut to neck length she will have no objection to your hair cut. She will talk to your dad and with time he will come round to accept. Do not worry, your stay with Ashish will help you in the acceptance and later it would be good to go back home. And by that time you would have got your second and maybe third visit tot he barber for more cutting and trimming. Also if you get a chance go in for a shave. it is a real experience. And it will help your beard to grow in a good fashion. But now the fashion is to keep a stubble. Enjoy your experiences and have fun. Congrats once again. You are no longer the odd man out in the family. Keep sharing and explain your good results with more friends so that they may gain confidence. May our tribe grow!
Today i went for my second haircut. In the evening i went with ashish to a jawed habib salon. Due to the joora tying the hair in front and top were somewhat stretched and badly shaped hence a styling was needed so ashish got me along saying i need to experience a new life of beibg jooraless in a stylish way. The barber made me sit on the chair, had a look onto my hair and then questioned, are u a sikh and u recently got your joora cut?? I smiled and ashish replied yes he got his joora cut last week but now he is not a giani anymore and looks like ashish and hence is a jaini. The barber suggested a hair spa, massage and shampoo before the cut. It was a lot of fun, after all this he trimmed in some hair and gelled it. Then he applied a foam on my face and shaved off the uneven stubble. I felt happy and gud, on the way back i went to my house and met mumy and she also complimented my jooraless head and yold ashish to take gud care of me. Mammaji also told me today that he would love to make me a jaini and rechristian me as rishabh jain abd for it i will have to accompany him to a digambar jain mandir, although i am already fasting the 10 day fojitso fast. I hv agreed to his will as by doing so i can have haircuts without my fathers intervention.
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4717 Sep 6, 2014
Rishabh Singh wrote:
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Today i went for my second haircut. In the evening i went with ashish to a jawed habib salon. Due to the joora tying the hair in front and top were somewhat stretched and badly shaped hence a styling was needed so ashish got me along saying i need to experience a new life of beibg jooraless in a stylish way. The barber made me sit on the chair, had a look onto my hair and then questioned, are u a sikh and u recently got your joora cut?? I smiled and ashish replied yes he got his joora cut last week but now he is not a giani anymore and looks like ashish and hence is a jaini. The barber suggested a hair spa, massage and shampoo before the cut. It was a lot of fun, after all this he trimmed in some hair and gelled it. Then he applied a foam on my face and shaved off the uneven stubble. I felt happy and gud, on the way back i went to my house and met mumy and she also complimented my jooraless head and yold ashish to take gud care of me. Mammaji also told me today that he would love to make me a jaini and rechristian me as rishabh jain abd for it i will have to accompany him to a digambar jain mandir, although i am already fasting the 10 day fojitso fast. I hv agreed to his will as by doing so i can have haircuts without my fathers intervention.
@Rishah Singh: It is interesting that you are enjoying your new found freedom and styling experiences. Also you have graduated from a barber shop to Habib's in the second time itself! You are also experimenting hair spa and all those good tips. Congratulations for the same. As expected your mother would have loved to run her hands through your 'jooraless' head. She would be pleased! But I do not understand or endorse your idea of religion change to Jainism. You can enjoy both lives of a cut surd and also visit Jain temple even if you do not convert to jainism. You also stand to find a life partner from two communities - Sikh & Jain - if you do not convert. But upon conversion you will have options only from Jain communities. The call is yours - your father will not force you to keep long hairs now that he knows you have support of the 'maternal family'. Anyways best wishes in your life ahead and also for showing confidence to get hair cut and living as your heart desires!
Harjit Kaur

India

#4718 Sep 7, 2014
Thanks gold. Ya actually I have already started feeling the freedom. It saves a lot of time in the morning while getting the kids ready for the school. No time waste on son's Juda and now no gutt for daughter as well. Even my hubby can comb their hair in no time.

Last Sunday like every weekend it was the time for my daughter's head bath. I washed her hair but whole doing so it came to my mind that it should be the last time washing her long hair. It did not say anything to her. After lunch when she came for her detangling her hair and for oiling and braiding, I just de tangle her hair and put her hair in a pony. She asked for oiling, I said We have to go somewhere and there is no need to oil or braid her hair. I took her to the beauty parlour I use to go. On the way I told her that it was the last time i washed and detangled her hair. She thought I am angry over something whereas I had some other plans in my mind.
Finally we reached there and I asked her to go and take the chair as I had already taken the appointment. She was not able to understand till the time the lady came and caped her and removed the rubber band from her hair. I went close to her and told in her ears that it's the time for your haircut. She gave a pleasant smile. In few minutes all her hair were on the floor. The lady then started styling the hair. It was a kind of short boy cut for girls with side swept partition. She was looking so pretty. Finally the lady asked me if the side hair on the cheeks and small hair on the back of neck is to be cleaned. I said yes clean everything. She took the trimmer and cleared her neck and cheeks of all the small hair.
When we went back home it was a surprise for my hubby and son. They both were stunned looking at her. Hubby was ok with my decision and kids were happy with their short hair.
Gold wrote:
<quoted text>@Harjit Kaur: CONGRATULATIONS! it is the best decision that you made and in the process made it the best Sunday for your daughter. So persistence pays! Your daughter's regular request made you think and rethink to make an appropriate decision. I am sure your husband supported your decision as earlier. Actually you have got freedom for yourself as well as your daughter! We are wishing you are able to share your experiences and emotions during and after the haircut. How is your daughter enjoying? We await the event details! Congrats once again. Best wishes in the kids 'liberated' life ahead. Great experiences galore!
Gold

Bangalore, India

#4719 Sep 7, 2014
Harjit Kaur wrote:
Thanks gold. Ya actually I have already started feeling the freedom. It saves a lot of time in the morning while getting the kids ready for the school. No time waste on son's Juda and now no gutt for daughter as well. Even my hubby can comb their hair in no time.
Last Sunday like every weekend it was the time for my daughter's head bath. I washed her hair but whole doing so it came to my mind that it should be the last time washing her long hair. It did not say anything to her. After lunch when she came for her detangling her hair and for oiling and braiding, I just de tangle her hair and put her hair in a pony. She asked for oiling, I said We have to go somewhere and there is no need to oil or braid her hair. I took her to the beauty parlour I use to go. On the way I told her that it was the last time i washed and detangled her hair. She thought I am angry over something whereas I had some other plans in my mind.
Finally we reached there and I asked her to go and take the chair as I had already taken the appointment. She was not able to understand till the time the lady came and caped her and removed the rubber band from her hair. I went close to her and told in her ears that it's the time for your haircut. She gave a pleasant smile. In few minutes all her hair were on the floor. The lady then started styling the hair. It was a kind of short boy cut for girls with side swept partition. She was looking so pretty. Finally the lady asked me if the side hair on the cheeks and small hair on the back of neck is to be cleaned. I said yes clean everything. She took the trimmer and cleared her neck and cheeks of all the small hair.
When we went back home it was a surprise for my hubby and son. They both were stunned looking at her. Hubby was ok with my decision and kids were happy with their short hair.
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@Harjit kaur: Congrats once again! This is a big change that you opted for - from long to short boy cut in a feminine style! No doubt the family was in for a stunning experience. Does your daughter like it? She has so much of burden off her head! And you have so easy time in the mornings when all have to go to school and work. Also some extra time for sleep for the children. How did her friends react? She must have shared ideas of getting hair cut with them but then such a quick change ! And you did good to get her a short hair cut, because of you had just got her length shortening, then the school would have problem, because then they want to put it is a braid (gutt) or tied properly. Again problem, Now there is no such need. And she can always style as her wish. Her confidence will gain and she will love to go for styling. She may like to go for a second haircut for proper styling next weekend or after 10 days because when the hair is freshly cut, it goes to its old style. So the next cut is needed and then the hair maintains its 'new' style. Also now both kids can go together to saloon/barber for haircuts and you may not go with them. they will love the responsibility. Your son must be very happy as his sister is nearly her hairstyle. The support of your husband is so practical and he understands the need for such change. I am sure that your view point is liked by many mothers who have just to cross the emotional barrier and then freedom and likes! Do keep sharing your experiences. We at the blog love it! Bye for now Harjit.
SINGH SAHIB

Edmonton, Canada

#4720 Sep 8, 2014
Bhaji it's true I totally agree with u on this
But eh Sara forum hi jali aa it's fake
Iko Banda Jo ki bimaar hai (Mentally Retarded) he is running the forum
Swarndeep Singh wrote:
Well young friends, I am an elderly person and father of a 18 year old who feels the same way about hair being a burden. Well young folks when my son asked me the question if he could cut his hair. I was shocked, had been close to him and tried to be his friend, but I was more sorry because I had failed to give him an understanding of what an actual Sikh is. Sikh is not just the five K's. You could loose the 5 K's and still be a Sikh. But loose it for what reason counts. If you want to loose is just for vanity and to seek peer approval sorry girls and boys you are not good enough to be Sikhs and should not be wearing the Sikh attire, of the 5 K's. It is like public putting on COPS attire even when they are not COPS. So all of you who are not good enough to understand the ideology of Sikhism and are ashamed to be Sikhs or born Sikhs do the real Singh's a big favour by not appearing like one. I cannot imagine if some of you were put in the position of Baba Zorawar Singh and Baba Fateh Singh (sons of Guru Gobind Singh ji) just 8-6yrs old what would have you kids done? All Singhs'/Kaurs' are at par with the Guru as per the Guru's last Jama. Considering this all kids who do not understand why and how we can be Sikhs it would be a respect to the Guru not trying to show the world that you are one of his. The first step to being a Sikh is having the faith in the Guru and his teachings, if you have it without the rituals you are blessed anyways and if you are there then looking for peer approval for your deeds would not be an issue. I and assure you peer pressure for good deeds is much less, more is to put on hep showy clothes, smoke, drink, drugs etc. If you think that is great, have a field day. May Wahe Guru bless you all.
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4721 Sep 8, 2014
SINGH SAHIB wrote:
Bhaji it's true I totally agree with u on this
But eh Sara forum hi jali aa it's fake
Iko Banda Jo ki bimaar hai (Mentally Retarded) he is running the forum
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This is not meant to be here. If you are on this forum, then it means that you are also influenced by the views expressed here. We are allowed to express personal ideas and experiences and in this way encourage or motivate anyone to share oneselfs events. Giving sermons as in this post and as earlier by one 'khoji' and also writing vulgar comments at various times on this blog are against the norms of rational freedom of speech.
If we are all following the advice as given here why is the trend of hair cuts increasing day by day. Everyone, boys, girls, ladies, men and also infants who are very dutifully taken to barber shops for hair cuts increasing! It is the new trend of life and the pressures of daily chores need to be reduced so that life is to be lived and enjoyed. It should not be burdened by such comments.
Please let the contributors to the forum express their freedom and share their 'new found' life. Please refrain from making such contributions tot his forum.
And once again we hope that good sense will prevail and no bad words would be mouthed and/or on this forum. Thanks
khoji

Dallas, TX

#4722 Sep 11, 2014
vaalan diyan doe naavan -- kai sikh te others puchde hun ki je koi faisla laina hoi te chuugi dheek hai pur je rebuild ovean -- ten mantar jantar tantar da mauka na mille taon 9 wrd hrp -- eh jag bharam bhulainda virla bujhe koi gur bhed --- azaadi th in of tn su to hf sk an hf ot pe on 50 50 or 40 40 20 rebuild
Kushal Singh

New Delhi, India

#4723 Sep 13, 2014
I belong to a family of cut serds. My father and mother both cut their hair, mother has a small pony and father is a cleanshaven sikh. When i was small till the age of 7 i also used to ho in for haircuts alongwith my father, but then i somehow chose to grow my hair and also visited the gurudwara regularly with mygrand dad. Now i am 21 and hv a turban, but i trim my beard. I has been difficult since last few years to keep the joora and beard, so i just made up mymond and went to a nearby salon for a haircut. The barber made me sit, opened my patka, unwinded my joora, sprayed some water and combed the hair to make three ponies, two on sides and one on back and then using a scissor cut the ponies, leaving the cut hair fall on my cheeks and forehead. The feeling was lovely. Then he gave a gelled spikes in front and short crop all over the head. Meanwhile the assistant applied foam on my face and then barber using a razor shaved my face. I am loving the looks and feeling. I still go to a gurudwara and an a sikh maybe without hair but i respect the feelings of sikhism. I think if parents are broad minded and if they are cut serds they shouldalso force their children to get their joora cut as in such a case the family would be complete.
Harjit kaur

Araghar, India

#4724 Sep 15, 2014
Gold
Planning for my own haircut.
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