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First of all, lay Buddhists are not required to shave their heads, only the monks and nuns. In most Buddhist traditions it is a custom/rule that. Mar 6, Here's a question that comes up from time to time -- why do Buddhist nuns and monks shave their heads? Having looked and looked, I'm still.
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The alms bowl is another practical symbol of Buddhism, and, like the robes, another . Buddhist monks always completely shave their head and beard, showing.
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Description:The Theravadin Buddhist Monk's Rules. The bhikkhu is also not allowed to dye or pluck out any grey hairs, for they are useful reminders of old-age and impermanence. This section does not cite any sources. So the pattern of the robe is very simple and designed so that it can be made up out of patches of cloth, for discarded rags were often used after washing and dyeing.