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I have recently noticed so many girls taking their Keskiaa off.

These girls have been wearing them for years and now decide to take them off.

What do you guys think is the reason allot of bibi are doing this.

Don't fit in to society?

Can't find men they want?

They have been like this from the inside since day one but due to parents/sikhs around them they have always kept keski.

I personally know allot of 'well known' and respected sikhs who at smagams appear very religious etc but when you speak with them outside the smagam they are a complete different person.

Too much dikhava going on, I think it's best to not wear a keski if you cannot handle it.

I have also noticed allot of sikhs who start keeping away from girls that take their keski off and treat them like they are now someone else.

They do not understand such actions drift people away from sikhi and not closer

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And what exactly do you think it is that a billion Hindus have been drinking every ;Holi; for the last 2000 years so that they can lose their senses and do nonsensical things ? Any Sikh that thinks

The bibia I am mentioning are associated with akhand Kirtani Jatha where the panj pyare say keski is essential during amrit sanchar

the worrying thing in my mind is , the GOI raided our treasury of purataan documents once before in 1984 days after the attack and again Sikhs are bewakoof and surrendering their itihaasic haath likat

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The bibia I am mentioning are associated with akhand Kirtani Jatha where the panj pyare say keski is essential during amrit sanchar

I do believe it's a personal difficulty that the Jatha or Sikhs in general should assist with whatever they can. Maybe it's a personal problem of corruption within AKJ that happened recently, or some disrespect; however, I do believe that for the most part you answered your own question. The need to be accepted!
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You answered your question-Don't fit in to society and can't find men they want. And I mean, at the end of the day, whether or not they wear a keski is entirely up to them, iirc, rehat maryada says its an option for women.

but SRM is not reflective of real rehit of akal Takht amrit pre 1923... it was mandatory

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but SRM is not reflective of real rehit of akal Takht amrit pre 1923... it was mandatory

Before the Akal Takht Maryada, there wasn't one "weakly uniting" document that made basic rules like they are today.
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Sis, what do you think this rehit was?

When you look at surviving manuscripts, there was never one centrally accepted one from what I can tell?

as far as I have been told by my bazurg , anyone who went for amrit sanchar at Akal Takht HAD TO wear a dastar , it was only a dhil introduced by a temporary relaxation of the rule by Jathedar Gurmukh Singh 'Musafir' that made the new situation that it is optional for women . If Dasmesh Pita ji tied a dastar on Mata Bhag Kaur before amrit sanchar that is good enough for me . The other is Dasam Granth ji was in prakash alongside Guru Granth Sahib ji always until SGPC removed it (probably had sarabloh granth ji there too in times of budda dal nihangs being in charge)

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Sis, what do you think this rehit was?

When you look at surviving manuscripts, there was never one centrally accepted one from what I can tell?

There never was. Nihang Singh rehit was actually the rehit talked about in many granths, rehitnamas etc. Today people don't really like those rehits such as shaheedi degh or jhatka.
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Sis, what do you think this rehit was?

When you look at surviving manuscripts, there was never one centrally accepted one from what I can tell?

You, and many others, make the mistake of assuming that the remaining Rehatnamas actually were the view held by (a section of) the Sikh community. We should keep the possibility in mind that most of these rehats were personal reflections or desires of the author.

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You, and many others, make the mistake of assuming that the remaining Rehatnamas actually were the view held by (a section of) the Sikh community. We should keep the possibility in mind that most of these rehats were personal reflections or desires of the author.

I know what you mean, there are some older rehitnamey which have a distinct brahmanic bouquet ... but I take global view if it goes against what Guru Sahiban illustrated in itihaas and by His Bachan then I will avoid doing oolangna of Guru ji's hukam.

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You, and many others, make the mistake of assuming that the remaining Rehatnamas actually were the view held by (a section of) the Sikh community. We should keep the possibility in mind that most of these rehats were personal reflections or desires of the author.

Some Rehatnama contradict each other. If there was a uniting thing for Sikhs it was Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

There never was. Nihang Singh rehit was actually the rehit talked about in many granths, rehitnamas etc. Today people don't really like those rehits such as shaheedi degh or jhatka.

What is Shaheedi Degh? (I honestly don't know of this Rehat)
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Some Rehatnama contradict each other. If there was a uniting thing for Sikhs it was Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

What is Shaheedi Degh? (I honestly don't know of this Rehat)

both the same jhatka= shaheedi degh

dasam Granth and Guru Granth Sahib were unifying it was only after advent of angrez that questions were created by their sponsored mischief makers

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both the same jhatka= shaheedi degh

dasam Granth and Guru Granth Sahib were unifying it was only after advent of angrez that questions were created by their sponsored mischief makers

I'm not doubting Dasam Granth; however, it's something I'd assume most common Sikhs wouldn't be able to either find or read directly. (I have never seen a physical saroop of Dasam Granth, and it's the modern era).
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