What is kesh in sikhism?

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In Sikhism, kesh is the practice of allowing one's hair to grow naturally out of respect for the perfection of God's creation. In Sikhism, kesh (sometimes kes) is the practice of allowing one's hair to grow naturally out of respect for the perfection of God's creation. In Sikhism, the Five Ks are five items that Guru Gobind Singh commanded Khalsa Sikhs to wear at all times in 1699. The Kesh or unshorn long hair is an indispensible part of the human body as created by Vaheguru that is the mainstay of the 'Jivan Jaach' and. Sikhism began in the Punjab, India in the late 1400s. Kesh - uncut hair Throughout history hair (kesh) has been regarded as a symbol both of holiness and strength.

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