Many male youth have been modifying their beards, cutting their hair and/or not wearing turbans.
All practices are against the Sikh code of conduct for various reasons.
A notable cause for this is because turbaned adolescents do not feel confident with their image.
He believes that he would not be able to chase love because his identity holds him back. Through this paper, young Sikhs will see that objective evidence points to the fact that they ARE considered attractive, and that they should not disband their traditions, influenced by this myth.
With hours of research and copious amounts of interviews behind me, I hope to prove my point in this paper.
I want to begin by quoting an adage: "Failure is success if we learn from it.” Take note that dating is a process of trial and error.
Lao Tzu, the ancient Chinese philosopher, was correct when he stated that “Love is of all passions the strongest, for it attacks simultaneously the head, the heart, and the senses.” According to Magazine, the act of love seems to be the driving force in almost every human being’s life.
The sub-continent - where most of us Sikhs trace our origins - and the Western world, have differing views on finding this very love.
In the West, the popular mode is the process of courtship, or dating.
This is when couples form intimate relationships with each other that may or may not blossom into a marriage.
The dating process is a process of trial and error, and most people go through several such relationships before they find the “one”.
This process is the opposite of the system traditionally followed on the subcontinent - through arranged marriages.