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amritdhari and removing his gathra/kirpan are we allowed ?


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Some people on this forum need to talk about things that they actually have done rather then sitting on the sidelines making rules for others. Get out of the house and actually try sparring and then g

No matter what u need to carry on with ur Kirpan... I had a friend who is in Army and he is amritdhari.... as u all know army training is the toughest one.... There was a task to lie and roll on th

you don't need to take off the kirpan, you can wear a smaller kirpan in your dastar.

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If you want you guys can contact him ill give you his email that yiutube page gave me

Idk, idk about u guys but the to me the way he replys he seems like chardikala wala singh

If u do want it and ask questions just reply to this and ill post it up

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Kurehit can simply be defined as bad conduct. One only has to pesh if they have committed one of the four Bajjar Kurehits. However, to say removing kirpan is a bajjar kurehit is misleading. yes it may be bad conduct a kurehit, but not bajjar kurehit if you know what i mean.

Also i think this Singh Didnt Intentionally take it off otherwise it would have been off in round one.

yes he made a mistake but if you dont know what was going through his mind at the time we shouldnt judge

RUGBY SINGH if you may give me his email ill contact him also and see what he has to say ????

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it also looks like he has something in his Dastarr round two to shows something weighing his dastaar down when been hit and round three theres something in his kesh that wasnt there round one and two.... if i could get his email itll be great?

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Kurehit can simply be defined as bad conduct. One only has to pesh if they have committed one of the four Bajjar Kurehits. However, to say removing kirpan is a bajjar kurehit is misleading. yes it may be bad conduct a kurehit, but not bajjar kurehit if you know what i mean.

Also i think this Singh Didnt Intentionally take it off otherwise it would have been off in round one.

yes he made a mistake but if you dont know what was going through his mind at the time we shouldnt judge

RUGBY SINGH if you may give me his email ill contact him also and see what he has to say ????

Singh how about the following scenario I'm sure many members on here must know atleast one person (close family member or themselves), who have needed an operation. The surgeons have needed to shave some hair. This is true in most cases.

Why is it ok to have the operation? Being a Sikh it is forbidden, look at our Shaheeds, Face death rather than doing something you have promised Waheguru you would NOT! OR is it ok in some situations? Don't look down on others and don't be hypocrites.

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Singh how about the following scenario I'm sure many members on here must know atleast one person (close family member or themselves), who have needed an operation. The surgeons have needed to shave some hair. This is true in most cases.

Why is it ok to have the operation? Being a Sikh it is forbidden, look at our Shaheeds, Face death rather than doing something you have promised Waheguru you would NOT! OR is it ok in some situations? Don't look down on others and don't be hypocrites.

Yes my mother had two operation both making her pesh matter of fact. BEFORE the operation she did ring Sants about this. Sant Ji said it was fine its all up to the individual if u want operation take it, if not then don't. But she did have to pesh because it was a BAJJAR KUREHIT. Singh Sahib don't get Shaheed Singhs involved yes they are a perfect example on how to live in Sikhi, but we aren't as powerful as them. Our Sikhs will die for the guru that's a fact, but that kind of rehit only a few take up (not eating bread, not taking operations because of hair, not drinking soft drinks etc) some people cant keep such rehit like the operation example you gave, if they do have a operation do u call that individual bad ???... think about it .... yes don't look down on others that's for sure ... being hypocrite who knows you might be one yourself .......just saying

this singh made a mistake and he knows it from the information RugbySingh gave in the forum, but there be more to the story

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He was sharpening the main weapon that can be used in western countries - the hands. Sometimes we say "more Singhs should be doing martial arts / combat sports", but this is wrong. More Singhs should not be doing it, ALL Singhs should be doing it. We should all be doing realistic martial arts such as Boxing/wrestling/MMA/Muay Thai.........we don't really have a choice if we have the name Singh. This would be of more benefit to us rather than clinging onto our kirpans ritualistically and making up rules, but not having the skills to deal with a situation should it arise.

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