hair cut stories of sikh boys and girls

Since: Feb 11

Chennai, India

#1126 May 12, 2011
man singh wrote:
i am married person i want a haircut because my wife dont like my long hairs and my moustache what can i do
well the question arises.... what do u want ??? u might not even like many things which ur wife does or has,,,dos she change for u ???? Marriage is all about adjustments, if she did not like u the way u were she shouldnt have married to u , love is accepting the person as he or she is n not by changing him or her. n moreover if u want a haircut be sure if u really want it or not , just dont do it just bcoz she wants it...
but incase u really want a haircut for ur self then i guess u should go for it ....
It all depends on what u want , n not ne one else
Gold

Chennai, India

#1127 May 12, 2011
man singh wrote:
i am married person i want a haircut because my wife dont like my long hairs and my moustache what can i do
The the answer is simple - Go get a haircut and take ur wife with you so that she can decide on the style. This is the only way fro homely bliss.

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#1131 May 13, 2011
u should try convincing ur wife rather than convincing urself to cut hair
Bold

Canton, MI

#1132 May 14, 2011
Gold, didn't know one gets homely bliss with a haircut ...Wow! u have enlightened us! if we start hearing to this idiot (by the way this is not an opinion, but a FACT) we are doomed ...
Akash Singh

Haymarket, VA

#1137 May 16, 2011
Bold wrote:
Gold, didn't know one gets homely bliss with a haircut ...Wow! u have enlightened us! if we start hearing to this idiot (by the way this is not an opinion, but a FACT) we are doomed ...
I agree down with Gold!:D
Cio waterwalker

Karuhatan, Philippines

#1138 May 16, 2011
Bold wrote:
Gold, didn't know one gets homely bliss with a haircut ...Wow! u have enlightened us! if we start hearing to this idiot (by the way this is not an opinion, but a FACT) we are doomed ...
i think this thread is for inbreds only.
Dushyant

Dallas, TX

#1139 May 19, 2011
I am not going to post my full name, but to the kid from Florida. You talk as if you are smart but you don't know anything about the real world. You are stuck in the realm of your parents and you have been swayed by their ideals. If you go outside walk up to a white couple and tell them that their baby is cute, they will look at you like a terrorist and walk away. I am 18 years old, I go to college, and everywhere I go I get people staring at me like I am some sort of carnival act. They tell their friends to look secretively and I see people look over their shoulders to see my turban. I have racist rednecks telling me that I am a terrorist. I live in fear everyday cause I don't know if the next time I go to school if some guy is going to walk up to me and beat the crap out of me just cause I choose to follow my parents religion. If you are from anywhere in the middle east or india, you will know that if someone is wearing a religious headdress they are targeted as unwanted by the society in the US. As for people in India, you have no excuse for cutting your hair unless you have a hard time tying a turban and being late. People from India are born in an environment where they are not shunned for being gursikh. People will look at you and say,"Look, there is a sardar" here in america people look at you and think,"terrorist". I don't want to walk down the street and have the first impression I make to a person be that I am a terrorist. I pisses me off that appearances are the first impression but the sad truth is that it is the first impression.
Akash Singh

Haymarket, VA

#1140 May 20, 2011
Dushyant who cares about what other people say to you just gotta find a way to solve the problem like talking to someone in the community or your family. There's a solution these days more people are educated on Sikhism you gotta stand up and Be proud "Why fit in if your born to stand out" Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh.
Akash Singh

Haymarket, VA

#1141 May 20, 2011
Dushyant you should start telling people who condemn you by educating them we are the Sikh youth we got to represent are community

Since: May 11

Haymarket, VA

#1142 May 20, 2011
Dushyant also have you heard about Sikh Coalition they help out us of you have any problems with bullying if you have heard of the story of Gurwinder Singh who's also 18 he used to get beat up by his former friends daily after GROWING OUT KESH he got help and he got a chance to go to the white house conference on bullying and started encouraging us to SEEK HELP VIA Sikh Coalition your not the only one out their people are there to help you Read more about Gurwinder Singh story at Sikh News Network.com
ToBeHonest

Toronto, Canada

#1144 May 23, 2011
Think about it. if you were not born in your current religion would you be a Sikh? the answer is no. It's simple every view you have about religion, every restriction is implemented in your head. What one religion thinks to be ok another treats as a HUGE sin. if you were born into a family of Satan worshipers you would think of everyone else as your enemies. the fact of the matter is all these kids don't know how to think for them selves. their brainwashed. I was like them too. Im not saying Sikhism is bad or any other religion for that matter. Im saying that humanity has progressed far enough to leave the idea of religion behind. God doesn't care if you cut your hair, only your parents do.

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#1145 May 23, 2011
Im a 19 yr old high school grad. i took a year off school before i go to college becuz i wanted to straighten out my mental issues such as my low self esteem and social anxiety. I wasn't born with these issues i slowly developed them throughout my school years by arrogant kids picking on me for being different. Back then i would've giving everything to get a haircut, it would have made my life so much easier. I wouldn't have social anxiety or low self esteem because i would have learned to be normal and my self around people. but my dad though otherwise. Now im sitting on my ass depressed, i dont know what im gonna do. planning on getting a car getting my haircut b4 college and living in my car once i get kicked out. After 19 years of having this burden on my head, i don't even believe in it.

Since: May 11

Haymarket, VA

#1146 May 23, 2011
I can see what your going through Jas if your having problems you should speak to your family or friends about the issues you are facing cutting your hair isn't the solution evaluate learn more about Sikhism the choice is yours not mines but I will try also I am 12 yrs old and I AM GROWING OUT MY KESH for the first time people are gonna be mean but Shaheedan and Guru Ji's gave their lives Bhai Taru Singh gave his life for his Kesh. WK WF

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#1147 May 23, 2011
Akash Singh wrote:
I can see what your going through Jas if your having problems you should speak to your family or friends about the issues you are facing cutting your hair isn't the solution evaluate learn more about Sikhism the choice is yours not mines but I will try also I am 12 yrs old and I AM GROWING OUT MY KESH for the first time people are gonna be mean but Shaheedan and Guru Ji's gave their lives Bhai Taru Singh gave his life for his Kesh. WK WF
You don't understand man. I can't represent something I don't believe in. For the past 4 years I have been researching, studying and examining the "theory" of religion. For the most part it's become a business, some of it is insane and the remaining just don't want to go to hell so they read prayers which they don't even understand. See you have to find god within you, that's the only way. I don't believe in Sikhism in its current state. I respect the Guru's and they're teachings, but i tend to look at religion from a mental state rather than how I look.
Sunny

Europe

#1148 May 24, 2011
My name is sunny and i am sikh guy .i want my butt lenght hair cut to a normal length(boy cut).BUt it is very difficult for me 2 tell my parents that i want my haircut.i feel my long hair as burden and i feel difficult to comb them and get up early in the morning 2 make top knot and 2 fix my beard.i know if i cut my hair i will b scolded and kicked out of house.i am very much frustrated wid my hair.i want 2 less my burden and get free.more over i also want 2 experience sitting on barber chair and feeling of scissors in my hair.please tell me gold that how should i perform this process.

Since: Apr 10

Miami, FL

#1149 May 25, 2011
Dushyant wrote:
I am not going to post my full name, but to the kid from Florida. You talk as if you are smart but you don't know anything about the real world. You are stuck in the realm of your parents and you have been swayed by their ideals. If you go outside walk up to a white couple and tell them that their baby is cute, they will look at you like a terrorist and walk away. I am 18 years old, I go to college, and everywhere I go I get people staring at me like I am some sort of carnival act. They tell their friends to look secretively and I see people look over their shoulders to see my turban. I have racist rednecks telling me that I am a terrorist. I live in fear everyday cause I don't know if the next time I go to school if some guy is going to walk up to me and beat the crap out of me just cause I choose to follow my parents religion. If you are from anywhere in the middle east or india, you will know that if someone is wearing a religious headdress they are targeted as unwanted by the society in the US. As for people in India, you have no excuse for cutting your hair unless you have a hard time tying a turban and being late. People from India are born in an environment where they are not shunned for being gursikh. People will look at you and say,"Look, there is a sardar" here in america people look at you and think,"terrorist". I don't want to walk down the street and have the first impression I make to a person be that I am a terrorist. I pisses me off that appearances are the first impression but the sad truth is that it is the first impression.
lol i dont know if ur talking about me? i ahvent been on this thing for like a year and i keep getting emails and i only read 2 sentences... but watever.. anyway.. i just wanted to know.. people's thinking change over time.. and mine has,too (: and im actually turning 15 soon. so im from florida and idk who else here can be from florida o.O yup.. k so long, fella..

Since: Apr 10

Miami, FL

#1150 May 25, 2011
o lol i didnt even get up to where dushyant started talking about the parents xD hahahaha my parents hate me and hope for me to die.. i never ever thought like my parents. im a lover, their haters.. they are amritari, and i am far of that stage of ever being there again. and so.. i once had thinking like that.. kinda.. but now i dont..
Sunny

Sweden

#1151 May 25, 2011
Tell me yaar how 2 make agree my parents for my haircut
Gold

Vernon, Canada

#1152 May 25, 2011
Sunny wrote:
My name is sunny and i am sikh guy .i want my butt lenght hair cut to a normal length(boy cut).BUt it is very difficult for me 2 tell my parents that i want my haircut.i feel my long hair as burden and i feel difficult to comb them and get up early in the morning 2 make top knot and 2 fix my beard.i know if i cut my hair i will b scolded and kicked out of house.i am very much frustrated wid my hair.i want 2 less my burden and get free.more over i also want 2 experience sitting on barber chair and feeling of scissors in my hair.please tell me gold that how should i perform this process.
Sunny, I am able to understand your predicament. I am not sure what age you are and how are the laws in Poland as far as children upbringing is concerned. In North America after the age of 13 years the children have certain decisions which are their own and parents cannot enforce their. After 18 years all decisions of he children have to be respected by parents. I am not for untubaning any person of sikh parentage as is thought by many in this forum but if you are convinced that haircut is good for you I advocate that you go in for it. It is an additional burden to carry with you if you are not convinced in favour of long hair. As you have mentioned that you have butt length hair - it is very long. You can cut it by half its length by your own even at home or get one of your friends to cut it off. This way you can avoid the anger of your parents first. It is not likely to be noticed by them at the first go. Also it will be a lesser burden on your head. Then you can drop off hints of going in for a haircut and gauge the temperament of your parents. And I am sure that your mother will stand by you and will also help in trying to mellow down your father. You may be lucky to get through. Second step could be in getting your beard trimmed after you cut our hair to half its length. This would be an indication enough to your parents. And finally after sometime you can fix up an appointment with a parlour/barber shop in their closing time or when they are not in a rush hour to get a proper style. When you go in for the final cut go in with a courage so that you are not afraid of the cut. It is hair after all and can grow back if there is a lot of opposition that you cannot take. Once in the barber chair leave yourself to his/her expertise and get a proper short cut. it is always advisable that you go for a shorter style first go instead of going in frequently for a proper styling. I would suggest that your sides and hairline at the back and nape should be clippered short and shade shaved with the top short about one to just half an inch all over. ask the barber to shave the nape and side burns and your face proper with a shaving cream. Enjoy the experience and see how you are transformed into a new image. I am sure you will love to see the new you. And you will not regret it. You will be noticed by all and in the culture you stay there is more chance of being accepted by the workforce and the school where you study. Do let us know of the experience. Do you have siblings in the family? Are they game for haircut? Do you have a confidant in them? It is easier if there is especially if it is a sister. They have a way of explaining things to the parents and more often than not they are allowed into parlour for various hair procedures as their way is accepted in society. Boys is considered as more drastic. Good luck and keep in touch. Let us know when you go in for the cut. Feel free and discuss.
Sunny

Sweden

#1153 May 25, 2011
Thanx gold u have give me good suggestions tomorrow i ll discuss for haircut wid my parents.if they ll not agree then i ll go 2 barber for my haircut without their permission

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