Paghs For The Hearing Impaired

seekingsikhi

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Sangat ji,
I would like to start wearing a pagh, but I have trouble hearing and am worried a pagh that covers my ears will make that problem worse. Is there a specific type that I can tie that will allow me ears to stay exposed?
 

ActsOfGod

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Sangat ji,
I would like to start wearing a pagh, but I have trouble hearing and am worried a pagh that covers my ears will make that problem worse. Is there a specific type that I can tie that will allow me ears to stay exposed?

Certain styles of dumalla could be adapted to keep ears exposed. Or you could go for a simple parna (plus it's quick and easy to tie as well).

[AoG]
 

Tejwant Singh

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Sangat ji,
I would like to start wearing a pagh, but I have trouble hearing and am worried a pagh that covers my ears will make that problem worse. Is there a specific type that I can tie that will allow me ears to stay exposed?

Guru Fateh ji,

Welcome to SPN. I love your name because if one ponders on your name, one sees it perfectly in sync with what Sikhi is all about.

As far as Pagh style is concerned for your hearing aid, I do not think it matters. It only matters what style you fancy because of the advancement of the technology, one has a vast choice. The round pagh is a good one which Aman ji has posted. My son wears the same kind. One can also wear the one with the ears covered as today's technology allows us because we do not need to mess with the hearing device unlike the old bulky ones of yesteryears.

Good luck!
 

seekingsikhi

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Thank you, friends! My hearing is not yet so bad as to merit the use of hearing aids, but it likely will be before my time is up.
 
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