Hi All, Does anyone know of any Gurbani reference where a sikh is barred from wearing a cap? It is a verifiable fact that first five Gurus wore a Seli Topi (cap), which lies in a Gurudwara Sahib in Kiratpur. We believe in many things..some of which fall short of coherent argument. However, we always find lessons of Gurbani to be based on reality and social construct...I just want to know whenever I am stopped from wearing a cap (even woollen)...is there any teaching of our Gurus...I mean part of Granths. Reality is a social construct otherwise. People'e belief becomes truth over the course of time because their groups believe it to be the truth. Compromises of some and following of the other principles become wide spread....e.g. I have many friends who wear turban, have long hair and beard....but drink scotch and eat meat...does that mean that we are Sikhs openly but in private we do what we like.