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Saadhsangat Ji, Maharaj Di Beant Kirpa naal daas has been able to start to grow his hair. Of course, I am only in the primary stages of growing my hair and a dumalla, keski, jourda etc will not fit my head Ji. I was thinking to just wear a durag until my hair grows long enough so I can tie something a bit more formal, come the latter stages of my hair growth. What are the sangat's views Ji? Shall I wear something else instead? 

This question is not only for me but for those Singhs/Bibis (not so much the Bibis as they generally tend have longer hair anyway) who are starting to keep their kes and need to find a way to keep their hair covered until they can tie some type of dastaar Ji. 

Vaheguru Ji.

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I stopped cutting my hair around 2 years ago and so far they have grown just about past my shoulders but they look short because my hair is really wavy. Since the last two years i have only been wearing patka tbh, i have black ones and dark blue ones. Even though i stopped cutting my hair i continued trimming my dhari but recently i don't feel like trimming my dhari and now haven't trimmed if for 3 months, its growing very slow though and still looks trimmed. Since i have been wanting to to keep my dhari i have also been trying to tie a dastar too, its still practice though and because my hair is still short i can't really do a proper jhoora atm, but yeah i just wear a patka for now

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7 hours ago, puzzled said:

I stopped cutting my hair around 2 years ago and so far they have grown just about past my shoulders but they look short because my hair is really wavy. Since the last two years i have only been wearing patka tbh, i have black ones and dark blue ones. Even though i stopped cutting my hair i continued trimming my dhari but recently i don't feel like trimming my dhari and now haven't trimmed if for 3 months, its growing very slow though and still looks trimmed. Since i have been wanting to to keep my dhari i have also been trying to tie a dastar too, its still practice though and because my hair is still short i can't really do a proper jhoora atm, but yeah i just wear a patka for now

Dhari hair, depending on genetics, grow from two months to six years. I've noticed a lot of Keshdari's don't have naturally long dhari. 

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