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Tie it with your gatra. i have a string attached to the kanga which is use to tie to the gatra. I wash my kesh separately from regular ishnan. so when i wash my kesh i tie my gatra around my chest.

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3 hours ago, singhdalbir said:

Tie it with your gatra. i have a string attached to the kanga which is use to tie to the gatra. I wash my kesh separately from regular ishnan. so when i wash my kesh i tie my gatra around my chest.

Do Kesh in a sink or bowl?

I need to learn to tie a Jura. My kesh is getting too long for anything else. 

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8 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

As a foreign convert, who is not yet Amritdhari I don't tie one. I will not keep full Saroop until I'm worthy to do so. That is also something I will have to learn right before receiving Amrit. 

Oh okay. Good luck. Then do you just have your kesh out?

I'm not amritdhari yet but I've been wearing a dastaar since around when I was 5.

My kesh are long (like up to my knees) so I only properly learnt to do a joorha like last year, my mum used to do it. I wrap my kesh around my hand once to create like a circle thingy and then wrap it like twice or three times underneath it and then pull the remaining kesh through the circle thingy and then the two or three times I've wrapped it underneath kind of goes inside the circle thingy, and then pull the remaining kesh and secure it and then wrap that remaining kesh around it once. That probably didn't make sense but I hope that helped. 

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1 hour ago, Kaurr said:

Oh okay. Good luck. Then do you just have your kesh out?

I'm not amritdhari yet but I've been wearing a dastaar since around when I was 5.

My kesh are long (like up to my knees) so I only properly learnt to do one like last year, my mum used ot do it. I wrap my kesh around my hand once to create like a circle thingy and then maybe like twice or three times underneath it and then pull the remaining kesh through the circle thingy and then the two or three times I've wrapped it underneath kind of goes inside the circle thingy, and then pull the remaining kesh and secure it and then wrap that remaining kesh around it once. That probably didn't make sense but I hope that helped. 

I keep it tied and under a slouchie hat. But it's grown down my back, so I tuck into my shirt sometimes and other times it's out on my back but not my head uncovered. 

 

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On 10/5/2021 at 12:18 AM, Guest Singh is King said:

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

 

Where do Amritdhari Sikhs put their Kanga when they wash their hair?

Tie your dastar or small keski around your waist, like a kamar kassa then put your kanga in it. Best to tuck kirpan into keski as well to stop it from dangling around. 
 

Putting kanga into gatra will make it much more prone to dropping. If you tie a keski around your waist and put kanga and kirpan in it, there will be a much less chance of beadbi 

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