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OK another pathetic question! combining all of my elders answers. a sikh must understand the santaty of the human bodu as given by god. but when it comes to giving your life for your religion you dont let you kesh the devine gift of the guru get touched by evil hands. thus the saying sir jave ta jave mera sikhi sidakh na jave. if my head goes then so be it but my sikhi will not follow. and the root of sikhi is kesh. kara. kirpan. kachera. kanga.

though there were times when shaheeds kesh was cut. and the guru walked bear foot through a whole field colleting every strand then cromating it. that is the sidakh the respect that we show our body kesh. but limbs are limbs a sikh is nothing without his/ her kakars

OK another pathetic question! combining all of my elders answers. a sikh must understand the santaty sanctaty of the human bodu as given by god. but when it comes to giving your life for your religion you dont let you kesh the devine gift of the guru get touched by evil hands. thus the saying sir jave ta jave mera sikhi sidakh na jave. if my head goes then so be it but my sikhi will not follow. and the root of sikhi is kesh. kara. kirpan. kachera. kanga.

though there were times when shaheeds kesh was cut. and the guru walked bear foot through a whole field colleting every strand then cromating it. that is the sidakh the respect that we show our body kesh. but limbs are limbs a sikh is nothing without his/ her kakars