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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!

Cyber sangat ji, basically ive been keeping my kes for about 7months now. My head hair is about 3/4inches long...its taking ages growing lol. My dhara is a few inches long too. Loving every bit of it! Cant wait for it to get longer.

I started saja'ing a dastar about 2ish months back, pretty simple gol dastar which is working pretty fine except i'd really like to sajaa a Dumalla. It looks crazy!! Totally beautiful!! Ive been trying with the help of our veers on youtube but they all have 'proper' kes so it doesnt really work for me.

My question, is it possible to sajaa a Dumalla with such short kes as in my case?

And to my veers who once cut their kes and are now keeping them; what style dastar did you sajaa? What works best? Any tips would be much much appreciated :) thank you.

Secondly, this may seem a daft question but once youve made the decision to keep your kes, how soon after can you take amrit? Like i dont feel 'proper' at the moment because my kes are so short...i would still consider myself a monna although ive not cut my kes in over 7months.

I dont intend on taking amrit for atleast a year yet. As soon as i can start keeping rehat properly, I can consider taking amrit. I don't want to take amrit and then find i cant keep rehat or i make a mistake which ill regret right, for example, i love my sleep so if i miss amritvela...etc. Is this the correct thinking? Or should i take amrit and then see where it takes me?

Cyber sangat ji, thank you in advance! And i apologise for any phul of mine, incase ive offended anyone.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!

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Waheguru ji, i have the same problem. What i do is tie my hair up first. Then wrap about 2-3metres of material around it and try to get it gol and high. Then i tie a small keski over that. Lastly i tie the dumalla( youtube helped me with this and also my cousins and brother lol). How good My dumalla will be always depends on how good my base/keski underneath is. :) :)

With ur second question. In my experience I started off taking amrit just because my parents were and did not even know what i was getting myself into. But after a year I began loving Waheguru and doing simran, trying phaat and other things like that.I still struggle to get up at Amrit Vela but im getting there :). If i were u i would take amrit and see where it takes u. Hope this helps. :)

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