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Length Of Dumalla And Keski

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Keski should be at least 2.5 metres long. Dastaar should be at least 5 metres.

Every Sikh should have atleast a keski at all times. This is why Kes can't be a kakaar...what would a naturally bald person do? Remain forever unable to be fully tyaar bar tyaar?? Even a bald person can keep a keski.

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Keski should be at least 2.5 metres long.  Dastaar should be at least 5 metres.

Every Sikh should have atleast a keski at all times.  This is why Kes can't be a kakaar...what would a naturally bald person do?  Remain forever unable to be fully tyaar bar tyaar??  Even a bald person can keep a keski.

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People have hair elsewhere too. kes is the kakar, and dastara is what u use to cover it and keep it tidy. it also symbolizes royalty.

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The thing is many people get confused with growing hair, and not cutting. A Sikh is not to cut the hair, thats it.

Lets not argue about the kes / keski thing again, and again, and again. Not cutting hair is important and dastaar/keski is important end of discussion.

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Thanks for all the help guys, I cant stress that enought, I dont know what I would do without you. I just bought the material and cut it, 10 yard dumalla, and 4.25 yard keski, both are about 14 inches in width. So when tying a keski with a dumalla, is it better to tie the one that doesnt cover the side of the head and looks real tall, or is it better to tie the saroopa looking keski?

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