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  1. Waheguru jee kaa Khalsa Waheguru jee kee Fateh Is there any lines in Gurbanee or PURATAN Rehatnamay which state that all five Kakaars cannot be removed from the body at any time? I know for sure that Kachera cannot be removed from the body at any time. Both Nanaksar and DDT follow it. But, DDT is very strict on other Kakaars too. I believe that it could be due to their love for Kakaars. I feel extremely uncomfortable taking my Kirpan and Kara to the washroom especially when answering the call of nature. Can someone please clarify with CLEAR references? Waheguru jee kaa Khalsa Waheg
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