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As Sikhs make their home in Western countries, their kids experience the dating system first hand.
The West and its ways, however, are foreign to those who are newcomers - just as newcomers are 'foreigners' in their new environments. An interviewee of the article, Balbir Singh, claimed that he cuts his hair because he feels out of touch with the fashions of the Western world. There is an imperative problem in the Sikh community today that is rarely spoken about.
The sub-continent - where most of us Sikhs trace our origins - and the Western world, have differing views on finding this very love.The more traditional way of saying this is that as Sikhs we are encouraged to live the ‘grisht’ lifestyle, that of the householder.There is nothing contradictory in having a spouse, job and children, and also being spiritually elevated.A notable cause for this is because turbaned adolescents do not feel confident with their image.The implied reason for this loss in self-confidence is because a young Sardar may feel that he cannot attract girls.
As the male is typically supposed to be the initiator, his gender unfortunately gets the harder job; they usually have to do most of the work in order to woo the female.