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amritdhari and removing his gathra/kirpan are we allowed ?


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panj pyare said to me. we your kirpan is off just do a jhap ji sahib paath. they said you can only take it off if its urgent ???????

but idk does anyone know what is the taksaali maryadha for this ????

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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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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.

your 100% RIGHT

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Who wants to follow a religion where they make it hard to even play a sport?

Do you make a living playing a sport? There are plenty of ways to secure the kirpan on the hip. Cops chase, wrestle, try to control, and arrest individuals with a firearm, baton, mag pouch, handcuffs, spray, and a 5 pound radio on there hip. Not to mention the taser secured around their thigh. Including the vest it all weighs 20lbs on the body and restricts movement with the belt. Does this put things into perspective.

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