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Kesh (sikhism) - wikipedia, In sikhism, kesh (sometimes kes) is the practice of allowing one's hair to grow naturally as a symbol of respect for the perfection of god's creation.the practice is one of the five kakaars, the outward symbols ordered by guru gobind singh in 1699 as a means to profess the sikh faith..
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4 sons guru gobind singh – sikh dharma international, In the late seventeenth century, the city of anandpur sahib prospered and grew under the inspired leadership of the tenth guru, siri guru gobind singh ji maharaj..