Sikhi Saroop, the Sikh Identity

Today while washing my face I noticed something really beautiful.

Why don’t our eyebrow hair grow as long as the hair on our head ?

This is not a coincidence or mistake by God. Eyebrow hair are there for a reason and are not a “wild growing grass” as it is understood by people today. When God designed the human face, He placed everything as required: our eyes, our nose, our ears, our mouth,then why would God make a mistake with hair on our face.

Infact, Sikhi Saroop is the perfect way to say “Waheguru jee, I accept myself as you made me, and I trust you in whatever you do for me. You are my creator, and I am sure you would have given deep thought in making me perfect. Thus, I promise to you that I will keep myself exactly as you intend to see me and not follow the world blindly, to destroy your beautiful creation”

This is for people who say that there is no reference of importance of Kesh in Shri Guru Granth Sahib. If you look deeply in Shri Guru Granth Sahib:

Kabeer Jee says “Kabeer Keso Keso Kukiye”

Even when Kabir jee sees God, the Almighty appears as ‘Keso’ (meaning the one with beautiful hair)

Bhulan Chukan Di Khima,

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa,
Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!


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