Talk:The Five Ks
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The statement that "One who is neither following rules nor keeping all five Ks can not be called a Sikh." seems likely to be supported by extremely observant Sikhs and equally profoundly disputed by less observant Sikhs. Particularly problematic on a page with no references.
A more appropriate statement might be eg "Some sources consider that...", with relevant references.
Even better: "Some sources consider that..., while others dispute this.", with relevant references for both views. — Preceding unsigned comment added by GS(v) (talk • contribs) 13:25, 6 June 2012 (UTC)
Kacchera or Kachera?
I have noticed that at the beginning of the article, the undergarments worn by Sikhs is referred to as 'Kacchera', however later into the article, it is spelt as 'Kachera'.
I assume that this is a spelling mistake, but either way, the spelling should be consistent throughout the article. I felt like this should be pointed out. 188.8.131.52 (talk) 15:47, 9 June 2014 (UTC)