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When changing kashara, or sitting on the toilet is kachara still considered to be on if it's in your feet? 

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21 hours ago, Guest Guest said:

When changing kashara, or sitting on the toilet is kachara still considered to be on if it's in your feet? 

Bravo troll. Bravo. 

If you can get kachara IN your feet, I will applaud you again. 

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On 06/03/2018 at 6:04 AM, Guest Guest said:

When changing kashara, or sitting on the toilet is kachara still considered to be on if it's in your feet? 

You mean if you pull it down between half way down your legs? Yes, it would still be on.

When changing kashera, you should take one leg out of the original kashera and put that leg in the new kashera, and then do the same with the other leg.

As long as it's generally on your body, it's still on you :)

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It's one of those questions. Like when you're doing namaz facing mecca, does it matter if in that direct line between you and mecca that there is a pig, a brewery or someone taking a crap?

Is that halal praying or haram?

Or if your wife goes to have a bikini wax, is it halal if the beautician is Muslim and haram if she is not?

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4 hours ago, Guest Parmimder said:

It's one of those questions. Like when you're doing namaz facing mecca, does it matter if in that direct line between you and mecca that there is a pig, a brewery or someone taking a crap?

Is that halal praying or haram?

Or if your wife goes to have a bikini wax, is it halal if the beautician is Muslim and haram if she is not?

:rofl:rofl:rofl:rofl:rofl 

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On 06/03/2018 at 6:04 AM, Guest Guest said:

When changing kashara, or sitting on the toilet is kachara still considered to be on if it's in your feet? 

Try keeping it on and report the results.

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40 minutes ago, monatosingh said:

What's the controversy with taking kashera off? Not saying I take it off, but isn't Kes meant to be the supreme kakkar and cutting it is a cardinal sin?

point is you don't want to be caught with your pants down literally , at any moment anything can happen , home invasion, flood, earthquake, hamla  etc  I know just how quick things can develop we had a housefire in the middle of the night and had to wake and evacuate our babies and ourselves from the house instantly.  tyar bar tyar...

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1 minute ago, jkvlondon said:

point is you don't want to be caught with your pants down literally , at any moment anything can happen , home invasion, flood, earthquake, hamla  etc  I know just how quick things can develop we had a housefire in the middle of the night and had to wake and evacuate our babies and ourselves from the house instantly.  tyar bar tyar...

Acha, I see.

So the moral is to remain tyar bar tyar?

Cool.

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2 minutes ago, monatosingh said:

Acha, I see.

So the moral is to remain tyar bar tyar?

Cool.

same reason we keep dastar on at night instead of treating it like a topi  like others  , I literally put a jumper on wrapped up the three  babies and got out , it was winter but dastar prevented temp drop .

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14 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

same reason we keep dastar on at night instead of treating it like a topi  like others  , I literally put a jumper on wrapped up the three  babies and got out , it was winter but dastar prevented temp drop .

This inspires me to wear keep my neela dastar on instead of tying it around my waist

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3 minutes ago, monatosingh said:

This inspires me to wear keep my neela dastar on instead of tying it around my waist

:waheguru:

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3 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

point is you don't want to be caught with your pants down literally , at any moment anything can happen , home invasion, flood, earthquake, hamla  etc  I know just how quick things can develop we had a housefire in the middle of the night and had to wake and evacuate our babies and ourselves from the house instantly.  tyar bar tyar...

Woh you have actually been in that situation in real life ? It must have been very scary

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7 minutes ago, lostconfussedsingh said:

Woh you have actually been in that situation in real life ? It must have been very scary

jis ka sahib dada hoe ...veer ji ..no need to be scared , be prepared

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I will say this make sure your homes have safe fire exits and you install smoke and fire alarms throughout which are hardwired to mains with battery back up ... if it wasn't for those battery smoke alarms we would not be here ...

Trust everything Guru ji tells you beyond your own knowledge and other humans' . People have no idea how much care and love is there ...He has saved us so many times from disease, disgrace, cowardice by his advice and comforting words

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