Have you ever been in a situation where you’ve been asked to remove your kara, or kirpan or even your dastaar, but refused because you are a ‘practicing Sikh’? Recently, we’ve seen a news story break which started discussions around what this term actually means and when it is an applicable reason for refusing to remove an article of faith.

With this in mind, here we share a video where Sukhdeep Singh explores the term and look into what it means to be a ‘practicing Sikh’.

#PractisingSikh #Sikh #GurSikh

Basics of Sikhi is a project by Everythings 13, an educational Have you ever been in a situation where you’ve been asked to remove your kara, or kirpan or even your dastaar, but refused because you are a ‘practicing Sikh’? Recently, we’ve seen a news story break which started discussions around what this term actually means and when it is an applicable reason for refusing to remove an article of faith.

With this in mind, here we share a video where Sukhdeep Singh explores the term and look into what it means to be a ‘practicing Sikh’.

#PractisingSikh #Sikh #GurSikh

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Vaheguru Simran in the Intro and Outro is how Sikhs chant God’s name. It’s performed by Jagdeep Kaur of http://www.qi-rattan.com.

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