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The answer is No. Keeping kesh doesn't make anyone a Sikh. Otherwise, Guru Sahibs would not have blessed us with Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS). A person is a Sikh if he or she follows SGGS and realise God everywhere and in everyone.

Kesh are part of human being like other body parts. If people like me do cut the kesh, we are simply not complete human beings. The uniform is necessary to be in disciplined but it's not sufficient. One has to study hard to get the degree.

Sikhism cannot die as a true religious person is a Sikh regardless of the culture, race or way of living. Keep spreading the message of SGGS and teach everyone it's meanings.