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I use a small kirpan when I shower in which I tuck it into my dastaar, I just wanted to know if this is right, also sometimes when I take my small kirpan out of my dastaar I forget to put on my everyday kirpan which I wear (I don't do it on purpose, I just forget) is alright for me to do japji sahib path to ask for, forgiveness and do benti that guru sahib ji stops me from this this again? 

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use a waterproof pouch or if just showering body and not kes, tuck kirpan into shoti dastar as you're already doing - what size kirpan are you using, most fit into dastar unless your second one is like 3 foot, for which you'll need a larger dastar :shock

 

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Nothing wrong with using a small kirpan, as long as it's not those necklace ones or something absurd.

As for forgetting to put on your kirpan, an ardas should be fine.

 

Before you take off the small kirpan put the everyday one on and then take off the small kirpan.

 

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Panj told me to wear kakkar all the time. I found this too strict and too hard so I asked my mate if I have to wear the kakkars all the time. He said it doesn't say it anywhere in guru granth sahib ji! You only have to wear it to the gurdwara or on special ocassions. Don't worry about showering with your kakkars :rofl:rofl.

Bhul chul maaf.

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5 hours ago, Guest DesiJatt said:

Panj told me to wear kakkar all the time. I found this too strict and too hard so I asked my mate if I have to wear the kakkars all the time. He said it doesn't say it anywhere in guru granth sahib ji! You only have to wear it to the gurdwara or on special ocassions. Don't worry about showering with your kakkars :rofl:rofl.

Bhul chul maaf.

Lmao w tf is this? Another fuduJatt 😂

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6 hours ago, Guest DesiJatt said:

Panj told me to wear kakkar all the time. I found this too strict and too hard so I asked my mate if I have to wear the kakkars all the time. He said it doesn't say it anywhere in guru granth sahib ji! You only have to wear it to the gurdwara or on special ocassions. Don't worry about showering with your kakkars :rofl:rofl.

Bhul chul maaf.

Lmao 10 quid says mans like him and you have never completed santhya of japji sahib let alone read all of Guru Granth Sahib ji... smh kids these days

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8 hours ago, S4NGH said:

Lmao w tf is this? Another fuduJatt 😂

Don't get me wrong. I still wear my kakkar to school and that because the kirpan makes me look hench.

7 hours ago, Guest Singh said:

Lmao 10 quid says mans like him and you have never completed santhya of japji sahib let alone read all of Guru Granth Sahib ji... smh kids these days

I'm not the best sikh around but my mate's got strict rehit. My mate does akhand path rauls and said santhiya was made up by gurdware as a way of making more money.

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6 hours ago, Guest DesiJatt said:

Don't get me wrong. I still wear my kakkar to school and that because the kirpan makes me look hench.

I'm not the best sikh around but my mate's got strict rehit. My mate does akhand path rauls and said santhiya was made up by gurdware as a way of making more money.

🤨 uh... most Gurudwaras don’t charge any money for santhiya. 

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6 hours ago, Guest DesiJatt said:

Don't get me wrong. I still wear my kakkar to school and that because the kirpan makes me look hench.

I'm not the best sikh around but my mate's got strict rehit. My mate does akhand path rauls and said santhiya was made up by gurdware as a way of making more money.

You can also use this: http://www.rajkaregakhalsa.net/downloads/Gurbani/gurbani-path-darpan.pdf it is called gurbani Path darpan and is the work of sri maan sant giant gurbachan singh ji. It has the correct pronunciation as well as maryada for akhand path etc. 

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Satkaryog DesiJatt ji,

your friend needs a reality check and maybe a some chittar. Only wearing kakkars on special occassions is not a gurmat concept, rather just pakhand. Also you would no longer be amritdhari if you took your kachera or kesh off. 

In addition to this to claim santhiya is a gurdwara conspiracy to get extra money is just absurb considering the first guru granth sahib sathiya was taught by guru gobind singh ji maharaj himself!

Seriously can't tell if this guy is so deluded to believe some of this nonsense or wheter he is just trolling.

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8 minutes ago, Guest MrKhaira said:

In addition to this to claim santhiya is a gurdwara conspiracy to get extra money is just absurb considering the first guru granth sahib sathiya was taught by guru gobind singh ji maharaj himself!

That's what the gurdware want you to think! Wake up singho.

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23 minutes ago, Guest MrKhaira said:

Satkaryog DesiJatt ji,

your friend needs a reality check and maybe a some chittar. Only wearing kakkars on special occassions is not a gurmat concept, rather just pakhand. Also you would no longer be amritdhari if you took your kachera or kesh off. 

In addition to this to claim santhiya is a gurdwara conspiracy to get extra money is just absurb considering the first guru granth sahib sathiya was taught by guru gobind singh ji maharaj himself!

Seriously can't tell if this guy is so deluded to believe some of this nonsense or wheter he is just trolling.

Agreed

(no offense)

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On 2/17/2018 at 12:50 AM, Guest Guest said:

I use a small kirpan when I shower in which I tuck it into my dastaar, I just wanted to know if this is right, also sometimes when I take my small kirpan out of my dastaar I forget to put on my everyday kirpan which I wear (I don't do it on purpose, I just forget) is alright for me to do japji sahib path to ask for, forgiveness and do benti that guru sahib ji stops me from this this again? 

Depending on the size of your normal kirpan, you should not need a "shower kirpan". If you ever observe how Sikhs bath at, e.g., Darbar Sahib, they just tie their kirpan (which are not mini-kirpans) on their dastars with the gatras. No need to tuck it into the dastar.

If you do this, you also won't forget to put your normal kirpan on again.

If the mini-kirpan is of an adequate size, you haven't committed any transgression.

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On 17/02/2018 at 8:20 AM, Guest Guest said:

I use a small kirpan when I shower in which I tuck it into my dastaar, I just wanted to know if this is right, also sometimes when I take my small kirpan out of my dastaar I forget to put on my everyday kirpan which I wear (I don't do it on purpose, I just forget) is alright for me to do japji sahib path to ask for, forgiveness and do benti that guru sahib ji stops me from this this again? 

Just get 3 kirpans. 2 for wearing normally and 1 for shower, thats what I would do

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22 hours ago, Guest DesiJatt said:

That's what the gurdware want you to think! Wake up singho.

Brother, Please read the ithihaas of Damdama sahib or Baba Deep singh ji. Also many great mahapurkh like Giani Gurbachan Singh ji and mehron wale sant spent time doing sudhaee of gurbani and giving santhiya in the jathe. 

Wake up “Jatt ji”

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