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  1. Hi friends reading this, I am a 35 year old Anglo Saxon male living in Northern England. My friends baby is due within the month and I would very much like to mark this special occasion in a traditional way. Just maybe offer a small inexpensive gift. I understand some of the traditions involved regarding the temple and naming. Then the grandparents have a role. Sorry to be vague folks but I don't want to drop the ball and seem inappropriate. Is it best just swerving it all together and with a little distance offer best wishes. Thank you so much for any help given. John
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    Kara And Sweatbands

    Working with many Sikh children, I have noticed that they are still taking off there Kara's for PE at school and then forgetting to put them back on / losing them etc. I have decided to have manufactured SINGH and KAUR sweatbands, so that the Kara is protected at schools when doing PE, the children are being encouraged to use and be proud of there Surnames, and by being orange in colour, raising awareness of the issues happening around Bhai Rajoana Ji. Firstly, any objections to the idea of these sweatbands by anyone ? Secondly, if you wish to order for camps / prizes / gifts etc, then only £2 each - email mrharkiratsingh@sky.com or call 07968 143546. All profits to local charity. Thanks.
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