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Does abyone wear large (thick, chunky) sarbloh karas as opposed to the normal thin ones? 

Seeking sangats experiences, are there people who wear them all the time and keep them on at all times?

Has anyone had any issues going through airports? Do they need to be removed if a certain size?

What about at work? Whilst it doesnt matter what people think and always have to explain etc. Should there be consideration for the size of the kara?

 

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6 hours ago, AcceptWill201 said:

Does abyone wear large (thick, chunky) sarbloh karas as opposed to the normal thin ones? 

Seeking sangats experiences, are there people who wear them all the time and keep them on at all times?

Has anyone had any issues going through airports? Do they need to be removed if a certain size?

What about at work? Whilst it doesnt matter what people think and always have to explain etc. Should there be consideration for the size of the kara?

 

Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh 

I wear a thick kara.Just started wearing it this year since i could not wear my old Kara.I wear it at all times.I had no issue in school,no one asked.It was not an issue.For airport I don't have experience,but I know one of my family member wears the same size kara as me and last time when we went to india we had no issues.

Bhul Chuk Maf 😀🙏

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I wear both. I always wear my normal thin one. And whenever I leave the house, I wear my jungi karas.

In terms of the airport, I put my big ones in the suitcase and only keep the thin one on.

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