7. Why don’t Sikhs cut their hair?


Sikhs refrain from cutting or removing our hair out of a deep personal devotion to God. We believe that our bodies were made by God, and we must be willing to accept God’s gift without altering it. Sikhs take great care to keep our long hair clean and tidy using a comb called a kangha. The kangha is carried with Sikhs always and represents the importance of living with cleanliness and discipline.

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