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Hi,

I am a mona Sikh who is growing his kesh, i have promised some amridhari singhs at the gurdwara that i am goint to become keshdari and i am now growing my kesh.

but i have a passion of bodybuilding and kickboxing and have been entered in a kickboxing tournament where you have to fight half-naked (like without a top), and i was sparring at the place i train in without my top (like you'd do in a ring) while a friend came up and suggested that i should trim my arm-pit hairs, and know i keep on thinking about it and i dont know wether it will be wrong for me to trim them while i have promissed a Amritdhari Sikh that i am keeping my kesh. Please Please Please help me out I am so confused...

I think my mind has been messed up sub-conciously, please help me fix it...

Should I and/or am I allowed to trim them, or Should I keep them...

I am not going to take any action before I get a reply...

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well i dunno i maybe wrong on this but i feel u shud be keeping ur hair for guru sahib not juz because u promised to some singh

it shud outta love for guru sahib...then u will bhay(fear) of guru sahib...otherwise i dun see a reason...as i said earlier i maybe wrong

maybe u shud ask urself a question....why is there a need to keep hair? importance of growing kesh

im sorry if i sound rude...i dun mean to

my two cents

bhul chuk muaaff

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Hi,

I am a mona Sikh who is growing his kesh, i have promised some amridhari singhs at the gurdwara that i am goint to become keshdari and i am now growing my kesh.

but i have a passion of bodybuilding and kickboxing and have been entered in a kickboxing tournament where you have to fight half-naked (like without a top), and i was sparring at the place i train in without my top (like you'd do in a ring) while a friend came up and suggested that i should trim my arm-pit hairs, and know i keep on thinking about it and i dont know wether it will be wrong for me to trim them while i have promissed a Amritdhari Sikh that i am keeping my kesh. Please Please Please help me out I am so confused...

I think my mind has been messed up sub-conciously, please help me fix it...

Should I and/or am I allowed to trim them, or Should I keep them...

I am not going to take any action before I get a reply...

tu kickboxing karni aa kutch(arm-pit)boxing thori karni aa. hair kattan di ki lorr aa. naale kisse de kahe te thori hair rakhi de aa. paath kariya kar veere, you get your answer then.

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well i dunno i maybe wrong on this but i feel u shud be keeping ur hair for guru sahib not juz because u promised to some singh

it shud outta love for guru sahib...then u will bhay(fear) of guru sahib...otherwise i dun see a reason...as i said earlier i maybe wrong

maybe u shud ask urself a question....why is there a need to keep hair? importance of growing kesh

im sorry if i sound rude...i dun mean to

my two cents

bhul chuk muaaff

Harwinder paji hit the spot.

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In this world, trying to impres someone is nearly impossible. Do whatever you do in life only to impress Guru Ji. That is your main motive. Make him your inspiration to make yourself a better person or in your case Keep your hair. Its a big step for many Mona's to start keeping kesh but I mean that in itself is a step.

You know Guru Gobind Singh Jee Maharaj is your Father so do what you think will make him proud. I know you know the right decision Veerjee. Keep your precious hair, make your REAL mother and father proud of you. =))

I hope you make the right decision veerjee. I know you will =))

Much love

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

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In this world, trying to impres someone is nearly impossible. Do whatever you do in life only to impress Guru Ji.

<etc....>

Much love

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

So true and so nicely put, all of it. Thank you for the reminder.

To the original poster: what is the purpose of the wish to massacre your armpits? Perhaps I'm on a different fashion cycle, are bald armpits considered attractive?

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tu kickboxing karni aa kutch(arm-pit)boxing thori karni aa.
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lol

its what western girsl tend to do - shave armpits.. i always thought this was the issue with women but.. challo teri marji

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Naaah, show your manliness, hair is STRENGTH. Hair gives you more power because it contains energy and can encompass more energy in it once you read Paat / Bani and do simran. Hair gives you more power to fight!

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waheguru ji kakhalsa waheguru ji ki fateh!

i know there is a bit difference between kickboxing and boxing.

seems like ur not in canada. does this name , Pardeep Nagra ring a bell?

but this might help u. i remebr this singh. i met him long ago and kept in touch for a yr through emails etc but thn got busy with othr stuff! still have his e-mail and number if u want it, but i think u can get it from online as well.

now reading ur thing reminded me of him again.

http://www.news.utoronto.ca/bin1/000614c.asp

read that ...and his pic: http://www.rzcdlaw.com/images/nagra.jpg

http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=htt...l%3Den%26sa%3DN

he was here for this sikh conference which was good(in 2002 or 2003). afterward at night some friends and i were walking around and he came and started chatin with us. had a great conversation about sikhi, his life, and about our life and goals. very inspiring person and good adviser.

im not sure if he shaved his arms or any hair at all! if u wanna talk to him, u can cuz i think he still works at the uni!

hope this helps u blush.gif

bhul chuk muaf karni

waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh!

( http://westernssa.blogspot.com/2006/03/sik...g-light-of.html

seems like i need to get in touch with him again :) )

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Hi,

I am a mona Sikh who is growing his kesh, i have promised some amridhari singhs at the gurdwara that i am goint to become keshdari and i am now growing my kesh.

but i have a passion of bodybuilding and kickboxing and have been entered in a kickboxing tournament where you have to fight half-naked (like without a top), and i was sparring at the place i train in without my top (like you'd do in a ring) while a friend came up and suggested that i should trim my arm-pit hairs, and know i keep on thinking about it and i dont know wether it will be wrong for me to trim them while i have promissed a Amritdhari Sikh that i am keeping my kesh. Please Please Please help me out I am so confused...

I think my mind has been messed up sub-conciously, please help me fix it...

Should I and/or am I allowed to trim them, or Should I keep them...

I am not going to take any action before I get a reply...

IK ONG KAR SATGUR PARSAD!

Friend,

It is nice to know that you are trying to bring about a change in yourself by abiding by the Rehat Maryada. I am also glad to read that you feel committed to your word!

If you are committed, then do not listen to people who want to deter you from your committment.

*make god your guru.. let him tell you what to do.. listen he is calling calling you... take time to listen.. have courage to obey.. the inner voice is calling calling you*

Bhul Chuk maaf karnee ji!

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VJKK VJKF

Thanks alot Singh's and Penji's.

tu kickboxing karni aa kutch(arm-pit)boxing thori karni aa.
LOL.gifLOL.gif ...so true man!
well i dunno i maybe wrong on this but i feel u shud be keeping ur hair for guru sahib not juz because u promised to some singh

it shud outta love for guru sahib...then u will bhay(fear) of guru sahib...otherwise i dun see a reason...as i said earlier i maybe wrong

maybe u shud ask urself a question....why is there a need to keep hair? importance of growing kesh

im sorry if i sound rude...i dun mean to

my two cents

bhul chuk muaaff

Your Sooo Right Singh...and no Singh, that wasn't 2 cents, that was like £2000000000 for me. Thanks,

Naaah, show your manliness, hair is STRENGTH. Hair gives you more power because it contains energy and can encompass more energy in it once you read Paat / Bani and do simran. Hair gives you more power to fight!
Your right Singh, i read/heard of this once but forgot, thanks for reminding me; i'm definatly keeping my Full Kesh now!

All of you are sooo right...every single feedback from this forum has helped me alot, and once again thankyou for ALL your Advice, ive definatly changed my mind now, Thankyou...

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