A westerner went on an ambitions project to take pictures of over 100 Sikh beard styles to showcase them in a video for the world to see. The video has received immense attention after it hit the social networks and currently being well praised.
A collection of 101 of the worlds most impressive beards worn by the Sikh Men.
Sikhism believes that hair is the part of created human. Therefore, cutting hair from any part of the body, both for male and female mean altering the way God created us, therefore Sikh men don’t cut their beard.
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 the Rehni that was prescribed by Guru Gobind Singh Sahib by which a Sikh is clearly and quickly identified, Kesh.
The kanga, another requisite of faith is usually tucked behind the “Rishi Knot” and tied under the turban. The uncut long head hair and the beard in the case of men forms the main kakar for the Sikhs.