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On 6/27/2022 at 2:31 AM, AkalkiFauj said:

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I heard jewellery among women (and some men) was much more prevalent a century ago. Women used to have numerous piercings in ears (which is why old Panjabi ladies have stretched earlobes). 

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54 minutes ago, 5aaban said:

I heard jewellery among women (and some men) was much more prevalent a century ago. Also heard elders saying how women used to have 4-11 piercings in ears and they wore jewellery anywhere possible (which is why old Panjabi ladies have stretched earlobes due to heavy jewellery they wore everyday). 

Yes as gold has many health benefits and the earlobes have alot of reflexology points connecting to the brain. Look it up. 

As Britain stole most of our gold, wearing fake jewellery didn't have the same appeal. 

 

 

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On 1/8/2022 at 12:22 AM, 5aaban said:

Are Sikhs allowed to wear jewellery (rings, bracelets etc)? Many photos and art show Sikhs from the 19th and early 20th century wearing jewellery so why is it discouraged today?

 

Of course maaan. The more bling the better. Gold chains, earings, nose studs. Diamond watches.

Bling bling ting innit?

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Wearing jewelry is not encouraged in our kaum. We have a lifestyle of saint and soldier. What is the purpose of wearing jewelry ? Saying it brings health benefits is same as saying earth is flat.  

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