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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

As a guy, I can't give the best advice but try her to watch this video, it struck me.

I would advice you have a serious talk with your sister, ask her why she wants to cut her kesh. We have to understand for sisters keeping Kesh is much harder. So the best thing to do is have a serious talk with her and helper/guide her not to make the wrong decision.

Please forgive me for not being really helpful but hopefully others will reply.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Fateh

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

As a guy, I can't give the best advice but try her to watch this video, it struck me.

I would advice you have a serious talk with your sister, ask her why she wants to cut her kesh. We have to understand for sisters keeping Kesh is much harder. So the best thing to do is have a serious talk with her and helper/guide her not to make the wrong decision.

Please forgive me for not being really helpful but hopefully others will reply.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Fateh

I have also posted, your question on here and here a some of the advice given:

User bakhshle: Give her the novel "Satwant Kaur" - by Bhai Veer Singh ji

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

As a guy, I can't give the best advice but try her to watch this video, it struck me.

I would advice you have a serious talk with your sister, ask her why she wants to cut her kesh. We have to understand for sisters keeping Kesh is much harder. So the best thing to do is have a serious talk with her and helper/guide her not to make the wrong decision.

Please forgive me for not being really helpful but hopefully others will reply.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Fateh

I have also posted, your question on here and here a some of the advice given:

User bakhshle: bakhshle:

Give her the novel "Satwant Kaur" - by by Bhai Veer Singh ji

User Jacfsing2

Now if she wants to cut her Kesh, she should know she's giving up a powerful bond with her Guru, she should understand that; there are so many people who are suffering in not only this world but the next because only through Guru Sahib is there any grace, and in Anand Sahib it says those who leave the Guru will never attain joy or mukti without the Guru

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

As a guy, I can't give the best advice but try her to watch this video, it struck me.

I would advice you have a serious talk with your sister, ask her why she wants to cut her kesh. We have to understand for sisters keeping Kesh is much harder. So the best thing to do is have a serious talk with her and helper/guide her not to make the wrong decision.

Please forgive me for not being really helpful but hopefully others will reply.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Fateh

I have also posted, your question on here and here a some of the advice given:

User bakhshle:

Give her the novel "Satwant Kaur" - by Bhai Veer Singh ji

User Jacfsing2

Now if she wants to cut her Kesh, she should know she's giving up a powerful bond with her Guru, she should understand that; there are so many people who are suffering in not only this world but the next because only through Guru Sahib is there any grace, and in Anand Sahib it says those who leave the Guru will never attain joy or mukti without the Guru

User MisterrSingh

She seems like a very wilful girl. A rather naughty girl if I may be so bold.

Perhaps she needs a good talking to, if you don't mind me saying so. Perhaps a bit more. Someone I knew a very long time ago wanted to do the same as this girl. But I "corrected" her. And when someone else tried to prevent me from doing my duty, I "corrected" them too.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

As a guy, I can't give the best advice but try her to watch this video, it struck me.

I would advice you have a serious talk with your sister, ask her why she wants to cut her kesh. We have to understand for sisters keeping Kesh is much harder. So the best thing to do is have a serious talk with her and helper/guide her not to make the wrong decision.

Please forgive me for not being really helpful but hopefully others will reply.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Fateh

I have also posted, your question on here and here a some of the advice given:

User bakhshle:

Give her the novel "Satwant Kaur" - by Bhai Veer Singh ji

User Jacfsing2

Now if she wants to cut her Kesh, she should know she's giving up a powerful bond with her Guru, she should understand that; there are so many people who are suffering in not only this world but the next because only through Guru Sahib is there any grace, and in Anand Sahib it says those who leave the Guru will never attain joy or mukti without the Guru

User MisterrSingh

She seems like a very wilful girl. A rather naughty girl if I may be so bold.

Perhaps she needs a good talking to, if you don't mind me saying so. Perhaps a bit more. Someone I knew a very long time ago wanted to do the same as this girl. But I "corrected" her. And when someone else tried to prevent me from doing my duty, I "corrected" them too.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

As a guy, I can't give the best advice but try her to watch this video, it struck me.

I would advice you have a serious talk with your sister, ask her why she wants to cut her kesh. We have to understand for sisters keeping Kesh is much harder. So the best thing to do is have a serious talk with her and helper/guide her not to make the wrong decision.

Please forgive me for not being really helpful but hopefully others will reply.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Fateh

I have also posted, your question on here and here a some of the advice given:

User bakhshle:

Give her the novel "Satwant Kaur" - by Bhai Veer Singh ji

User Jacfsing2

Now if she wants to cut her Kesh, she should know she's giving up a powerful bond with her Guru, she should understand that; there are so many people who are suffering in not only this world but the next because only through Guru Sahib is there any grace, and in Anand Sahib it says those who leave the Guru will never attain joy or mukti without the Guru

User MisterrSingh

See if you can put her in touch with a few decent Gursikh bibis. Don't pressure her or force her to talk to them, but she might want to hang out with them and observe them. Sometimes changing one's sangat works wonders, or even just getting away from entrenched routines and the same people helps too.