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(request)how To: Tie A Kamarkassa

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tbh i really dont understand whats behind the kamarkase like that in the pic. But for tying one which is just a normal nice plain piece of cloth (which personally I think looks much better) its basically the same sort of knot you tie when tying shoe laces, just on your side :D

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thats really weird cant even see a knot anywhere :D tho it does actually look pretty nice.

Have you got one of those kamarkase? If you have take a pic of the whole thing showing the sides, then I'm sure all of us on here will be able to put our heads together to find out as to how it works lol.

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thats really weird cant even see a knot anywhere :D tho it does actually look pretty nice.

Have you got one of those kamarkase? If you have take a pic of the whole thing showing the sides, then I'm sure all of us on here will be able to put our heads together to find out as to how it works lol.

I ordered mine today from Amritsar... tongue.gif

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oh ok cool lol, well i dont suppose it will be too hard to put on when you get it, maybe theres a clip on the inside or something

Maybe the guy has it tied so it tied behind his back? :@

Oh well, i can tie it how i see fit =P

and i'll post pics too.. you all can comment then and give advice! :D ))))

EDIT: http://www.sikhishop.com/store/product_inf...products_id=119

apparently,. its velcro! jamdoot.gif

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vjkk vjkp

the kamarkassa in the pic , the metal bits have buttons behind them which click onto the other part of the kamarkassa

wiv normal cloth u hav 2 tie it

hpe tht helped

daasan daas

jivan singh

vjkkvjkp

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vjkk vjkp

the kamarkassa in the pic , the metal bits have buttons behind them which click onto the other part of the kamarkassa

wiv normal cloth u hav 2 tie it

hpe tht helped

daasan daas

jivan singh

vjkkvjkp

thank you ji! :D ))))

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vjkkvjkp no prob veer jee / bhen jee :D

ive got one with buttons , dnt no about velcro , but hav 2 say sumtyms tese kamarkasse r really unpractical wiv shasters , so if ure going to wear shasters in ur kamarakssa , rather tie one

tke caree

vjkkvjkp

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Jio!!

Ahah this reminds me of last Sunday...i wore bana and dastar for first time eva to Jeevan Camp Wednesfield!!

It was amazingg...the Camp and Wearing bana!!

I had NO CLUE how to tye a dastar so a kind Bhaji from the Gurudwara Tyed a bootifull one on me and i already had my kamarkassa on..except it looked quite messy because i didnt know how to put that on either hehe..so bhaji..being as sweet as he is tryed to put it nicley and said..if you fold up the kaparah and then tye the kammarkassa it would look just beautiful! hehe

...I being the <banned word filter activated> that i am still had no clue..so Bhaji and another singh off this forum (whos name i wont mention tongue.gif ) tyed that for me aswell!!

I no that was pretty random and probably doesnt answer anyones questions but i thort id share it with u all anyway tongue.gif

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Jio!!

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wjkkwjkf

yh i thought the kamarkassa in the pic would have buttons on the inside.

normally u could just tie a knot or may be just tuck it in cos knot sometimes looks abit messy.

hope that helps

wjkkwjkf

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I tie my one by folding it first so there is a opening at the top to place smaller shastars in, tying around the waist to the back then twist it, but not in a knot, then run it in opposite directions tucking in the loose material at the ends. Larger shastars slide all the way via the waist side, belly and back etc, smaller ones sit in the pouch.

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Jio!!

Ahah this reminds me of last Sunday...i wore bana and dastar for first time eva to Jeevan Camp Wednesfield!!

It was amazingg...the Camp and Wearing bana!!

I had NO CLUE how to tye a dastar so a kind Bhaji from the Gurudwara Tyed a bootifull one on me and i already had my kamarkassa on..except it looked quite messy because i didnt know how to put that on either hehe..so bhaji..being as sweet as he is tryed to put it nicley and said..if you fold up the kaparah and then tye the kammarkassa it would look just beautiful! hehe

...I being the <banned word filter activated> that i am still had no clue..so Bhaji and another singh off this forum (whos name i wont mention tongue.gif ) tyed that for me aswell!!

I no that was pretty random and probably doesnt answer anyones questions but i thort id share it with u all anyway tongue.gif

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Jio!!

that sounds familiar... grin.gif

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