ਨਾਮ ਤੇਰੇ ਕੀ ਜੋਤਿ ਲਗਾਈ (Previously namjap)
- Jul 14, 2007
Also I was curious to know, if a woman were to take Amrit, would they have to begin to cover their hair at that time. Or once they are ready in their life, to do so.
What is the purpose of Amrit? Is it the promise of yourself and to abide by the 5 kakkars? Do women also carry a sword? If people are born into a Sikhi family, have they already taken amrit when they were born? I am sorry, so many questions. Also what is Ang?
I am eager to hear your responses.
1. Is an Amritdhari a person who has taken Amrit and who has fufilled all the necessary requirements (such as covering the kesh with turban) and is then considered a part of the Khalsa
The Khalsa is a group of Amritdhari persons?
Must the Kanga be a wooden comb? or may it be of plastic or a store bought brush that I keep within my purse.
I believe once I increase in age I would very much consider covering my kesh at all times. In order to take Amrit, I would have to denounce shaving of my armpits and legs? correct. I am not so fond of armpit hair, but i do intend on growing my head hair.
I hope that I can gain knowledge in order to help others on their path to Sikhi
Thats a pitfall right there!I hope that I can gain knowledge in order to help others on their path to Sikhi.
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