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Thats rubbish you know nothing of street fights, close up fight situations. Your dhari can be easily grabbed. I quote the recent news of Sikhs fighting each other over Gurdwara defamation and one of thems dhari came out during the fight.

A good fighter should be aware of his long beard and also his/her kesh coming loose. If you opponent grabs hold of your kesh, youll get knocked about like a doll

Lol good fighter?

Do you understand why Guru Sahib prescribed guerilla warfare and weapons?

Go be a good tied beard fighter, you oiss a sardar he blasts your beard with a .44.

What your speed agility gonna do?

Street fights are not unpredictable and all that.

Don't believe internet stay out of extremely poor neighborhoods especially black ones (statistically speaking) and none of that going to happen.

Stay armed and the random racist attacks that happen won't either.

ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖਾਲਸਾ | ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫਤਹਿ | |

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Obviously in a fight you aint gonna say hang on while i tie my beard, what you do is tuck it inside the clothes you got on.

No you attack first, have weapons or create distance and fire in this age of firearms.

Tying is beadbi and only dine when no other choice.

Way you talk sounds like you don't have much of beard at all anyway.

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Thats rubbish you know nothing of street fights, close up fight situations. Your dhari can be easily grabbed. I quote the recent news of Sikhs fighting each other over Gurdwara defamation and one of thems dhari came out during the fight.

A good fighter should be aware of his long beard and also his/her kesh coming loose. If you opponent grabs hold of your kesh, youll get knocked about like a doll

a ki bakwaas kri janda? akal hai ke nai?

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it seems so called apne are more against a full flowing beard than people of other communities, i have had many white/ english people pay me some fantastic complements about my beard words like.

1 That's what you call a beard.

2 your beard looks like a lions mane.

if someone chooses to tie his beard then fine lets not fight amongst ourselves, but keeping your beard parkash is the correct maryada and it looks much better anyway.

Looking for others approval has got Sikhs stuck in a deep hole in the first place.

Im not for tying a beard like I.J. Singh who has no reason to do it but still does. But when it comes to task that may put the beard on fire or at risk of getting caught, it is better to take it out of the way.

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It Is not a case of looking for approval, neither do we or should we need anyone's approval or care for anyone's disapproval our father Guru Kalgidhar pita has given us our identity and his approval that's all we need. i mentioned other communities because more and more people in our community seem to be against or even find it a burden to have a long beard.

if there is a risk of injury for example operating machinery like a lathe, risk of catching on fire etc then obviously appropriate measures should be taken and you are quite right, but if there is no danger then why go against the maryada and tie it for example in one works in an office the what possible danger could their be.

this is a tedious debate and does nothing for our panths unity, tied or parkash as long as the kesh are not cut i see no reason for us to be disturbed by this.

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