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So basically, with Maharaj ji's Kirpa I will finally be blessed with Amrit next week and honestly I can't wait I'm just so so excited. Thing is, I don't know how to do my dastar on that day considering the panj piaarae put Amrit in ur kesh as well. I don't want to do a joora I want to do my dastar I just don't know how to tie it so they can still put Amrit in my kesh. Any ideas? Please help.

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So basically, with Maharaj ji's Kirpa I will finally be blessed with Amrit next week and honestly I can't wait I'm just so so excited. Thing is, I don't know how to do my dastar on that day considering the panj piaarae put Amrit in ur kesh as well. I don't want to do a joora I want to do my dastar I just don't know how to tie it so they can still put Amrit in my kesh. Any ideas? Please help.

I had a turban, the Patiala Shahi style one. Basically when they went to put Amrit in my kesh I removed the covering Laar to the side. When you tie a turban (Patiala shahi) the first fold you put in your mouth, that's the one I mean.

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I had a turban, the Patiala Shahi style one. Basically when they went to put Amrit in my kesh I removed the covering Laar to the side. When you tie a turban (Patiala shahi) the first fold you put in your mouth, that's the one I mean.

I had a turban, the Patiala Shahi style one. Basically when they went to put Amrit in my kesh I removed the covering Laar to the side. When you tie a turban (Patiala shahi) the first fold you put in your mouth, that's the one I mean.

Thank you so much for this idea I'll try this dastar style out at home and if it works out I'll definitely do it like this thank you :)

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You must tie joora on top of your head.

Also when tying dastaar you never put into mouth. Dastaar can easily be tied without putting in mouth.

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You must tie joora on top of your head.

Also when tying dastaar you never put into mouth. Dastaar can easily be tied without putting in mouth.

I had joora on top. Will try the laar without the mouth.

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Very easy to tie without larh in mouth. I'm sure majority of gursikhs tie dastaar without putting in mouth, whether it be gol, dumalla, sidha....

It is unnaceptable for amritdhari to put dastaar in mouth, imagine if one is doing seva of guru sahib saroop carrying on head on top of dastaar. That dastaar should be sucha and clean.

I tie sidha gurmukhi dastaar. This means no pooni, folds, pins and no larh at the back. One can tie quickly and is very comfortable.

Bhul chuk maaf jee.

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VAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA, VAHEGURU JI KI FATEH

If any doubts, show up to the Amrit Sanchar and ask one of the sevadaars there - at minimum, there will be a Pehradaar who you can ask and they will arrange for someone to assist you.

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If any doubts, show up to the Amrit Sanchar and ask one of the sevadaars there - at minimum, there will be a Pehradaar who you can ask and they will arrange for someone to assist you.

Vaheguru Ji ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji ki Fateh ?

I am actually going to the Amrit sanchaar with one of the panj piaarae I just found out so I guess I can ask them for help. Thank you for giving advice though :)

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