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6 hours ago, LS93 said:

Best feeling ever literally, you need to feel it to believe ji. Be tyar // tyar get yourself to the next one. Das is wearing bana, kamarkasa, hazooria dont feel like taking it ever off. So much Kirpa. 

What exactly is "baana"? forgive my ignorance. Can kurta pajama, pathani suit , thobe etc count as baana too as all are similar dresses ?

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12 hours ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

What exactly is "baana"? forgive my ignorance. Can kurta pajama, pathani suit , thobe etc count as baana too as all are similar dresses ?

I don't think bana is necessary. When I went to my amrit sanchar, I was the only person wearing a bana excluding the panj pyare, the rest wore kurta pajama. They will ask you to take off your pajama though.

 

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On 11/19/2017 at 10:15 PM, monatosingh said:

I don't think bana is necessary. When I went to my amrit sanchar, I was the only person wearing a bana excluding the panj pyare, the rest wore kurta pajama. They will ask you to take off your pajama though.

 

Why take off pjama? 

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4 hours ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

Why take off pjama? 

Well, because the guard tells you to. If you're asking why the guard tells you to take your pajama off, it's because in the Amrit Sanchar, the rules of Sikh uniform are enforced. If, for some reason, you arrive with your beard tied up, they will make you parkash your beard. 

It should be noted that if, for some reason, you have to appear at the Akal Takhat, you may not appear with a tied-up beard.

In this topic, I don't really want to get into whether you should parkash your beard all the time or whether you should wear bana all the time (without pajama), but I am merely noting that these rules are enforced at Amrit Sanchar, whether by the Nihangs or by SGPC.

Taking off your pajama also functions to verify that you have an appropriate kachera on. This Gurmat maryada is sexist. Women do not take off salwar. Only men are forced to to do so.

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