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Guys do you wear boxers under kachera or only kachera? Isn't kachera a bit too see through? (Singh asking) Please answer both. Thanks.

 

 

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Lets stick to the Maryada. Wear ONLY Kachera - no boxers nothing else.

You can buy Kachera in good quality cotton that isnt see through - even when wet i.e. during Ishnaan (e.g. Having Ishnaan in Sarovar) when having a shower.

Having said that if you wear the CORRECT type of Kachera - in other words:

- The Kachera A'asan and Ghera should be lengthly when sewn so when the naala (strings to tie Kachera) is woven through you will accumulate grooves of the Kachera kapra. These grooves - over lapping of material is what helps cover your modesty.

- Kachera should be long enough to the start of your knee caps - again this covers modesty and so there are no "peak holes."

Please don't break the maryada, Guru Gobind Singh Ji knows what He's chatting about, if he wanted us to wear boxers He would've said. 

Obviously, women are required to put some form of under garments on during their monthly period to keep the Kachera from soiling. Which is understandable. But Singhs - you don't need to do anything unneccessary. Grow some balls and man the fu6k up and stick to Gurus Maryada. His Maryada is the real deal - live to it like a fu6kin Singh.

Sorry for the language but it really peeves me off when I am beginning to see a daily trend with our Singhs turning into fairies. You are a role model to our coming generation - man the fu6k up. We dont want a bunch of cry babies.  Live it up.

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On 5/1/2018 at 7:06 AM, Guest Singhh said:

Obviously, women are required to put some form of under garments on during their monthly period to keep the Kachera from soiling. Which is understandable. But Singhs - you don't need to do anything unneccessary. Grow some balls and man the fu6k up and stick to Gurus Maryada. His Maryada is the real deal - live to it like a fu6kin Singh.

Agreed!

On 5/1/2018 at 7:06 AM, Guest Singhh said:

Sorry for the language but it really peeves me off when I am beginning to see a daily trend with our Singhs turning into fairies. You are a role model to our coming generation - man the fu6k up. We dont want a bunch of cry babies.

Please make an account and post regularly on this forum, bro.

If there's one thing that our kaum desperately needs, it's a shot of masculinity.

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On 5/1/2018 at 2:36 AM, Guest Singhh said:

Lets stick to the Maryada. Wear ONLY Kachera - no boxers nothing else.

You can buy Kachera in good quality cotton that isnt see through - even when wet i.e. during Ishnaan (e.g. Having Ishnaan in Sarovar) when having a shower.

Having said that if you wear the CORRECT type of Kachera - in other words:

- The Kachera A'asan and Ghera should be lengthly when sewn so when the naala (strings to tie Kachera) is woven through you will accumulate grooves of the Kachera kapra. These grooves - over lapping of material is what helps cover your modesty.

- Kachera should be long enough to the start of your knee caps - again this covers modesty and so there are no "peak holes."

Please don't break the maryada, Guru Gobind Singh Ji knows what He's chatting about, if he wanted us to wear boxers He would've said. 

Obviously, women are required to put some form of under garments on during their monthly period to keep the Kachera from soiling. Which is understandable. But Singhs - you don't need to do anything unneccessary. Grow some balls and man the fu6k up and stick to Gurus Maryada. His Maryada is the real deal - live to it like a fu6kin Singh.

Sorry for the language but it really peeves me off when I am beginning to see a daily trend with our Singhs turning into fairies. You are a role model to our coming generation - man the fu6k up. We dont want a bunch of cry babies.  Live it up.

What is your definition of "Guru's Maryada"? 

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On 4/30/2018 at 9:36 PM, Guest Singhh said:

Lets stick to the Maryada. Wear ONLY Kachera - no boxers nothing else.

You can buy Kachera in good quality cotton that isnt see through - even when wet i.e. during Ishnaan (e.g. Having Ishnaan in Sarovar) when having a shower.

Having said that if you wear the CORRECT type of Kachera - in other words:

- The Kachera A'asan and Ghera should be lengthly when sewn so when the naala (strings to tie Kachera) is woven through you will accumulate grooves of the Kachera kapra. These grooves - over lapping of material is what helps cover your modesty.

- Kachera should be long enough to the start of your knee caps - again this covers modesty and so there are no "peak holes."

Please don't break the maryada, Guru Gobind Singh Ji knows what He's chatting about, if he wanted us to wear boxers He would've said. 

Obviously, women are required to put some form of under garments on during their monthly period to keep the Kachera from soiling.

Agreed! Nice Post!

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6 hours ago, monatosingh said:

What is your definition of "Guru's Maryada"? 

Does that really need definition, bro?

I think the vast majority of Singhs would understand "Guru's maryada" to be the maryada propagated by Guru Gobind Singh ji, and prevailing from that time period forward via oral transmission (seena-baseena).

In this specific context, it would mean the maryada or hukum to wear a kachera, which as the poster above has so amply elucidated, means simply that: to wear a kachera. And if men would man up and wear a proper kachera, there's absolutely no reason to wear briefs or whatnot underneath.

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50 minutes ago, MahadrasSingh said:
On 4/29/2018 at 1:48 AM, Guest Lebensmittelgeschäft said:

Moment mal. Ja, Sie können Unterwäsche tragen, wenn Sie menstruieren.

Was? Worauf bist du? Who said anything about menstruation?

Are you from Germany?

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