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Category:General Sikhism
Date Posted:Monday, 11/03/2008 10:48 PM MST

I have some doubts in mind and i hope you can clear them for me kindly. here are some questions that i want to clear.


1) is it true that an Amrithari person cannot strighten her hair? i mean not cut them but just strighten them?

2) is it fine for an amrithari person to comb her hair with a normal comb instead of using the Kanga (as it is small)

3) it is considered wrong for an amrithari person to wear a small Kanga around the neck instead of having it in the hair?

4) is it considered wrong for an amrithari person to wear earings and etc..?

5) is it fine if one cannot wake up during amrit vela but still do Jabji sahib path in the afternoon or anytime of the day?

6) is it fine if an amrithari person bleach her hair but not shave or cut them?

7) must an amrithari person wash his/ her hair everyday?

8) and must an amrithari person always tie her hair in a bun?

these are some things tht i am not clear of and i would really know the answers to. thank you.

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reply
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Have no doubts. Understand and remember this is a practical lifestyle with a purpose that impacts you.

1. Your hair is your gift and source of physical and radiant strength.
Keep it as it is...straigtening, bleaching, is altering. Try to appreciate what you have and be grateful.
But if you do it, you are not breaking your rehit.

2. Comb your hair with a large wooden comb, this will maintain the proper magnetic charge. You do not have to comb your hair with the small kanga in your hair.

3. Don't bother. Liittle comb in your hair and big comb to do your hair.

4. Earrings........some ladies do....but many will say not necessary.

5. bleach your hair if it helps you to keep it!

6. wash your hair every 3-4 days

7. do your nitnem when you can..........

8. Wear your hair UP and in a turban in public....at home be conscous but you can relax.





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