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Son's Dastar Bandhi Ceromony

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Hi, my son decided some years ago, he was not going to cut his hair....now at the age of 11 almost 12, we are having a dastar bandi ceromony.....I've never been yo one, so unsure of what exactly to expect...except the obvious!

Any advice would be gratefully received...do we need to give gifts etc....

thanks in advance

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VAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA, VAHEGURU JI KI FATEH

If this is being conducted at at Gurudwara Sahib, you can contact the Granthi there to provide guidance. Ideal, as they typically preside over it.

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