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Sikh Kakars - INFORMATION
 
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information about sikh kakars by sikhism channel In this video I Give some information about the five kakars in sikh kakar sign religion.sikh signs and sikh kakar the information given in the video is:- KESH:-Main article: Kesh The Kesh, or uncut, long hair, is considered by Sikhs as an indispensable part of the human body. Long known as a sign of spiritual devotion, it also emulates the appearance of Guru Gobind Singh and is one of the primary signs by which a Sikh can be clearly and quickly identified. A Sikh never cuts or trims any hair as a symbol of respect for the perfection of God's creation. The uncut long hair and the beard, in the case of men, form the main kakar for Sikhs The turban is a spiritual crown, which is a constant reminder to the Sikh that he or she is sitting on the throne of consciousness and is committed to living according to Sikh principles. Guru Gobind Singh told his Sikhs: "Khaalsa mero roop hai khaas. Khaalsa mai ho karo nivaas... The Khalsa is my image. Within the Khalsa I reside."[3] Wearing a turban declares sovereignty, dedication, self-respect, courage and piety. A noted figure in Sikh history is Bhai Taru Singh, who was martyred but he refused to get his Kesh cut KANGA:-Kangha – one of the five articles of faith for the Sikhs Comb the hair twice a day, covering it with turban that is to be tied from fresh. —?Tankhanama Bhai Nand Lal Singh[4] A Kangha is a small wooden comb that Sikhs use twice a day. It is supposed to be worn only in the hair and at all times. Combs help to clean and remove tangles from the hair, and is a symbol of cleanliness. Combing their hair reminds Sikhs that their lives should be tidy and organized. The comb keeps the hair tidy, a symbol of not just accepting what God has given, but also an injunction to maintain it with grace. The Guru Gobind Singh said hair should be allowed to grow naturally; this excludes any shaving for both men and women. In the Guru's time, some holy men let their hair become tangled and dirty. The Guru said that this was not right; that hair should be allowed to grow but it should be kept clean and combed at least twice a day. KADA:-Kara – one of the five articles of faith for the Sikhs The Sikhs were commanded by Guru Gobind Singh at the Baisakhi Amrit Sanchar in 1699 to wear an iron bracelet called a Kara at all times. The Kara is a constant reminder to always remember that whatever a person does with their hands has to be in keeping with the advice given by the Guru. The Kara is an iron/steel circle to symbolise God as never ending. It is a symbol of permanent bonding to the community, of being a link in the chain of Khalsa Sikhs (the word for link is 'kari'). KIRPAAN:-The Kirpan is a dagger which symbolizes a Sikh's duty to come to the defence of those in peril. All Sikhs should wear kirpan on their body at all times as a defensive side-arm, just as a police officer is expected to wear a side-arm when on duty. Its use is only allowed in the act of self-defense and the protection of others. It stands for bravery and protecting the weak and innocent. The kirpan is kept sharp and is actually used to defend others, such as those who are oppressed by harsh rulers, women who are raped in the streets, or a person who was being robbed or beaten. The true Sikh cannot turn a blind eye to such evils, thinking that they are "someone else's concern."[citation needed] It is the duty of the true Sikh to help those who suffer unjustly, by whatever means available, whether that means alerting the police, summoning help, or literally defending those who cannot defend themselves, even if that means putting oneself in harm's way. KACHERA:-Originally, the Kachera was made part of the five Ks as a symbol of a Sikh soldier's willingness to be ready at a moment's notice for battle or for defence. The confirmed Sikh (one who has taken the Amrit) wears a Kachera every day. Some go to the extent of wearing a Kachera while bathing, to be ready to at a moment's notice, changing into the new one a single leg at a time, so as to have no moment where they are unprepared. Further, this garment allowed the Sikh soldier to operate in combat freely and without any hindrance or restriction, because it was easy to fabricate, maintain, wash and carry compared to other traditional under-garments of that era, like the dhoti. The Kachera symbolises self-respect, and always reminds the wearer of mental control over lust, one of the Five Evils in Sikh philosophy. Kachera follow a generally practical and roomy design. It features an embedded string that circles the waist which can be tightened/loosened as desired, and then knotted securely. The Kachera can be classed between underwear and an outer garment, as in appearance it does not reveal private anatomy, and looks and wears like shorts. As with all of the Five Ks, there is equality between men and women, and so women are also expected to wear it. Considering the hot climate in India. sikhismchannel
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World's best smartphone 2017-review/trailer
 
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this video shows the best smartphones of 2017 and their revie/trailer please subscribe and like/and comment for my video of worlds best smartphone of 2017. Gips ropar. Gipsropar. sikhism channel. sikhismchannel
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Best smartphones in the world 2017-review/trailer
 
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Sant baba isher singh ji rara sahib wale.
 
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Best smartphone 2017-review/trailer
 
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Wildlife
 
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Japji sahib - NITNEM
 
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This vdeo is of japji saheb or japp ji sahib. listen the gurbani of first guru guru nanak dev ji in a beautiful voice. japp ji saheb da path as nitnem. waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh. sikhism channel sikhismchannel
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Jaap sahib - NITNEM
 
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GURBANI.This video is of amritvela gurbani path jaap sahib or saheb. listen jaap sahib in beautiful and clear voice. listen jaap sahib/saheb of amritvela. it is full path of jaap saheb. by sikhism channel sikhismchannel
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How to add text animation in powerpoint
 
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In this video i show you how to add text animation in power point. please like . comment and share. thanks for watching. video text animation of text to add sikhism channel sikhismchannel
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Worlds best TV 2017
 
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Sant isher singh ji rara sahib wale - suleman( the ghost) (recording).
 
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Listen to the conversation of suleman(the ghost) and the sewadar of rara sahib. clear recording. gurudwara karamsar sahib ji. Peer Suleman was a Islamic Peer from Iran who was taken to India to help the mughals. When he passed away he was given a 1000 year sentence from Dharam Raj, for using his powers to make money and was sent to live as a Ghost on Earth. He was told that 1000 years from the time, he would meet a saint of Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj, Sant Ishar Singh, Rara Sahib Walay and he would grant Suleman he's re-birth. This interview was conducted in Rara Sahib, By Balwant Singh Daheley of at the time Nairobi / Dar Es Salam, who moved to the UK and was a life long sangi of Sant Maharaj Ji. sant baba isher singh ji rara sahib wale is another roop of guru nanak dev ji which is true. sikhism channel sikhismchannel SUBSCRIBE COMMENT AND SHARE.
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Faster than light- TOP 10
 
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by sikhism channel .In this video i have shown top 10 things that are faster than light.originally these are hypothetical concept but this information is available on the internet. watch the video and get the knowledge about which things are faster than light in the world please subscribe,comment and leave a like. sikhismchannel
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