Kesh

[Sikhism] In Sikhism, Kesh (sometimes Kes) is the practice of allowing one`s hair to grow naturally as a symbol of respect for the perfection of God`s creation. The practice is one of the Five Ks, the outward symbols ordered by Guru Gobind Singh in 1699 as a means to profess the Sikh faith. The hair is combed twice daily with a Kanga, anoth...
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Kesh

[Sumer] Kesh was an ancient Sumerian city and religious site, whose patron goddess was Ninhursag. Its location is uncertain; some of the possible sites put forth include Al-Ubaid, near Ur, or Tell al-Wilayah near Adab or Abu Salabikh. Robert D. Biggs suggested it could have just been a variation in the spelling of Kish. There is a famous Ke...
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