6 responses

  1. ali
    November 20, 2017

    All Sikhs are punjabies but all punjabis are not sikhs.


    • Bill
      August 21, 2019

      Not all sikhs wear turbans or the 5K.

      Only baptised as Khalsa Sikhs do.


  2. Rachhpal Thind
    August 21, 2019

    This part that you wrote:
    “…The disciples of this religion are forbidden to show their hair. Male Sikhs cover their hair with a specially tied turban while female Sikhs cover their hair with a scarf.

    only applies to the elevated Khalsa Sikhs, and not everyday Sikhs , there are plenty of Sikhs that get haircuts, and show thier hair, non of them are Khlasa Sikhs. As to female Sikhs wearing a light scarf over your head is a Indian custom for women thousands of years before the Sikh religion. This scarf is called the Chunie in Punjabi.

    Khalsa was developed by the 10th Guru as a defenders of the faith , and ultimate. An army was raised to defend Punjabis of all religions mostly Hindus and Sikhs.

    This was a Khalsa army , which later became Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s Kingdom Army. This was the one non Guru Khalsa Sikh that ruled the Sikh Kingdom which after his his Majesty Maharaja’s Ranjit Singh passed.

    The Britsh and Queen Victoria destroyed the sikh kingdom by kidnapping his 5 year old heir to the throne.

    Maharaja (king of kings) A Raja is a king a Maharaja has kings under him) and only son.


    • Sanjana yadav
      November 1, 2019

      Waoo nice
      I want to know more about this religion.


    • Yari
      April 6, 2020

      Hi thank u so much for the information
      I have a very extravagant question. I don’t know how this is going to sound but in khalsa sikhs, what is the thought or costume, what would happen if me as a hispanic conceive a child with a already promised Sikh. With a date to marry already. And me being 4 month pregnant??? Sorry but don’t know too much about there costumes but i love him


  3. fione Roberts
    October 26, 2020

    For me I would agrees with most of their costume that they have been practicing


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