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Vaheguru Ji ka Khalsa Vaheguru ji Ki fateh

I am new to this site and this is my first post. I only came across this site whilst searching for something completely random but having gone through some of the posts and reading the knowledge on here..All I can say is..many thanks to everyone for sharing!! Even to those that have started/added controversial threads and comments, gives us all a chance to learn smile.gif May Maharaj have kirpa on this forum.

A humble Benti to sangat is that I need clarification on a few things regarding maryada, these may have been covered in earlier posts so I apologise in advance if they have.

1- Maryada of kes(hair) at night time - Is hukam that we cover our kes whilst sleeping aswel(with kanga attached) ? and if so, does it have to be a keski or a smaller dhumalla. I assume other forms of cover i.e Patka, Parna/saafa are not allowed?

2- When we do kesi ishnaan, I have heard we dont eat or drink or wear shoes until the 'kes harey hogaye' (no longer wet)?

3- During kesi ishnaan (with body), what does one who with their kanga kakkaar? unless we wash our hair seperately from washing our shareer?

4- Are any of the above rules more relaxed around mum/dad/siblings?

5- What does one do with kes that have fallen whilst kesi ishnaan (some ppl might actualy lose alot whilst washing)? Do we burn them? Same goes for singhs dhara? what do we do with the beard hair?

6- Is hukam that we tie our dhumalla sitting? or are we allowed to stand and tie it?

Once again many apologies to the sangat if these have already been answered in other threads.

Bhul chuk maaf.

Vaheguru Ji ka Khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh.

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I m answering as per what i follow

1- Maryada of kes(hair) at night time - Is hukam that we cover our kes whilst sleeping aswel(with kanga attached) ?

Yes ... kess should be covered with kanga in them all the time ...

and if so, does it have to be a keski or a smaller dhumalla. I assume other forms of cover i.e Patka, Parna/saafa are not allowed?

Keski is which cover ur hair it should be minimum the length our your hair ... dhumalla is Do-malla two turbans .. keski de upper dastar de upper dujji dastar is a dummala ... as per dal panths mareyada one should have blue keski in hair all the time

2- When we do kesi ishnaan, I have heard we dont eat or drink or wear shoes until the 'kes harey hogaye' (no longer wet)?

No idea

3- During kesi ishnaan (with body), what does one who with their kanga kakkaar? unless we wash our hair seperately from washing our shareer?

keep it in kamar kassa

4- Are any of the above rules more relaxed around mum/dad/siblings?

Follow mareyada with bhakti bhavna not as rules u will get the answer urself

What does one do with kes that have fallen whilst kesi ishnaan (some ppl might actualy lose alot whilst washing)? Do we burn them? Same goes for singhs dhara? what do we do with the beard hair?

Collect them in a box and burn them

6- Is hukam that we tie our dhumalla sitting? or are we allowed to stand and tie it?

it should be sitting so that dumalla should not touch ground or ur kashera ... i sometimes tie it standing when i tie normal pug for college ... mareyada says it should be sitting ...

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2- When we do kesi ishnaan, I have heard we dont eat or drink or wear shoes until the 'kes harey hogaye' (no longer wet)?

Just have your head covered, then it's fine to eat or drink I think.

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