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8 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Jesus, you're obsessed with equating turbans to religiosity. The two barely correlate. 

how do they not though? Like a lot of "sikh" men think of it as a burden that adds hindrance to their lives. Just see how many posts are on reddit that I want to cut my hair. It makes no sense that someone who doesn't believe will go out of their way to wear a turban for the rest of the life. IDK man you would expect people like these to cut their hair. (if using an example of KP Gill or other so called"sikh" traitors who killed our people  and continue to harm us then they worse turbans to blend in and to make it look like they were right since they themselves had uncut hair). I think the belief that people wear turban in Punjab culturally is not correct as many of such turbaned athiests have the saroop to blend in and fool Sikhs and harm us.

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12 minutes ago, proudkaur21 said:

how do they not though? Like a lot of "sikh" men think of it as a burden that adds hindrance to their lives. Just see how many posts are on reddit that I want to cut my hair. It makes no sense that someone who doesn't believe will go out of their way to wear a turban for the rest of the life. IDK man you would expect people like these to cut their hair. (if using an example of KP Gill or other so called"sikh" traitors who killed our people  and continue to harm us then they worse turbans to blend in and to make it look like they were right since they themselves had uncut hair). I think the belief that people wear turban in Punjab culturally is not correct as many of such turbaned athiests have the saroop to blend in and fool Sikhs and harm us.

You can't really measure someone's sense of religious sincerity based on how they look. Even baptism isn't entirely an accurate indication of someone's inner state. Grown men aren't going to start lopping off hair and removing turbans because they don't measure up to some arbitrarily defined guidelines on what a "good" Sikh should be. If anything, this is an issue that's come to bite us in the behind, i.e. incessantly emphasising the transient and material external as an indicator of the transcendent internal. Spirituality sophisticated cultures and civilisations don't promote this low-level thinking. Pendu cultures do.

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On 9/9/2022 at 7:49 AM, proudkaur21 said:

how do they not though? Like a lot of "sikh" men think of it as a burden that adds hindrance to their lives. Just see how many posts are on reddit that I want to cut my hair. It makes no sense that someone who doesn't believe will go out of their way to wear a turban for the rest of the life. IDK man you would expect people like these to cut their hair. (if using an example of KP Gill or other so called"sikh" traitors who killed our people  and continue to harm us then they worse turbans to blend in and to make it look like they were right since they themselves had uncut hair). I think the belief that people wear turban in Punjab culturally is not correct as many of such turbaned athiests have the saroop to blend in and fool Sikhs and harm us.

In Punjab it's not that much of a sacrifice to wear a turban tbh. A grown adult who's relatively secure in his identity isn't going to just cut his hair, even if he doesn't necessarily believe in Sikhi in Punjab just because they aren't the perfect Keshdhari or Amritdhari gursikh.

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