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|Summary of Question:||What Is A Sehajdhari Sikh?|
|Date Posted:||Friday, 3/23/2001 11:21 AM MDT|
I want to know what is the Definition of a Sehajdhari Sikh. Is it Sikhs who cut the hair, or is it all Sikh (with or without hair) who haven't undergone the ceremony of "Amrit Chhakna"? Or is it something else?
Pl educate me. Thanks.
There is Sikh and there is Khalsa. There is no such thing as a Sahajdhari Sikh. There is no kind of Sikh different from another. Either one is a Sikh of the Guru or one is not not. There is no "grey area". It is that simple.
Between a Sikh and his Guru is just a matter of time.