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FAQs for Students If Sikhs Can't Cut Their Hair, Why Isn't It Always Down To Their Ankles?

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Most Sikhs do not have hair down to their ankles because older hair falls out and hair eventually stops growing.
 
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And one more reason why - The total length your hair can grow is controlled by your genes. Some people will have hair below the waist. Some never. It is is like that.
 

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