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  1. Kirpan

    Hi. So I am going to Paris as a school trip on a ferry and I wanted to know if i was allowed to wear my kirpan or even just keep it in my bag?? Please could someone answer this as I am very worried.
  2. wjkk wjkf Im on my Gap Year before going to university this september, so this whole year ive been planning to travel ive been working to save up so i can travel to a few places, ive been to a few places so far but that was with family or friends. now im planning to go alone bc everyones busy My plans to go austria, Norway, Iceland and then ontario, canada. Im doing this work exchnage thing called helpx which means i'll go to like organic farms or b&b's and work a few hours a day and get food and accomodation. Ive been to one of these work excahnges already and it was great, I ate fresh organic vegan food every day and enjoyed the nature of the place, I also taught a bit of naam meditation to the people there because the people there were really into spirituality and stuff. Ive got these work exchances planned for all the places im going too but now my parents are kind of against it bc of all the tension in europe etc. and me being a singh they think i will be targeted by authorities etc I went to belgium recently to do this and had a wicked time, my parents wernt to sure about it but they let me go anyway, but now this that has happened in belgium has now scared my parents even more about me travelling. I get that there scared but i cant tell if this is the over protective parent scared or f they actually have a valid point to be scared. i'm not reaally scared, i understand theres a tension in europe but i dont mind changing my plans a bit, i mean, i doubt canada is as hostile right now. I just wanted to get some opinions from others out there. with the current situations in europe, do yiu think it'll be okay for me a 18 year old dummalla-dhari singh to travel a bit before i go to university. I only wanna travel this bad bc i wanna see the world and have these experiences before im old and i know after uni i'll be looking for a job and then settle down without having seen the world and its wonders. sorry if this is a bit of a random topic, but i dont know where else to ask lol Wjkk Wjkf
  3. It will be my very first time to Florida or anywhere in the US for that matter. I have no family as well. Very nervous because of the increased racial tensions with Sikhs who wear Dastars and beards, in the US. Myself I tie a “Ghol” one. I would like to know is it safe for Sikhs? What should I be aware of? Should I be avoiding anything? Where is the closets Gurdwara to Disney? Any Disneyworld advice? I will be traveling to Disneyworld with my family If there is anything else you can add from your experiences. I would greatly appreciate anyone’s help and advice!
  4. WaheGuru Ji Ka Khalsa, WaheGuru Ji Ki Fateh! Dear Sangat, this sounds bit difficult to frame and answer but lemme try I needed bit of information around places to visit in UK with parents. I have my parents visiting us in UK for few months. While they are here, I would like to keep them busy/amused seeing places, attending gurmat smagams and visiting some of the bigger Gurudwaras we have here in UK/Europe. They have just retired and aren't very old, so I was considering places like Gravesend, Isle of wight etc. Would anyone have a list of places where they may visited with parents/in-laws and any upcoming smagams around London? Thanks in advance.
  5. Security

    Gurfateh Sangat Ji, Benti to all, has anyone recently been to Italy, (by plane, not boat, or by foot).. I was wondering what the airport and security checks were like, as there was quite a commotion last year about dastaar's and kirpans being taken off/overly searched. It would be great to get some feedback or any exeprience in regards to this, Dhanvaad, Daas. :cool2: