Buddhists shaved heads
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The term originates from the Latin word tonsura meaning "clipping" or "shearing"  and referred to a specific practice in medieval Catholicism , abandoned by papal order in Tonsure can also refer to the secular practice of shaving all or part of the scalp to show support or sympathy, or to designate mourning. Current usage more generally refers to cutting or shaving for monks, devotees, or mystics of any religion as a symbol of their renunciation of worldly fashion and esteem. Tonsure is still a traditional practice in Catholicism by specific religious orders with papal permission. It is also commonly used in the Eastern Orthodox Church for newly baptised members and is frequently used for Buddhist novices and monks. The complete shaving of one's head bald or just shortening the hair, exists as a traditional practice in Islam after completion of the Hajj and is also practised by a number of Hindu religious orders.
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Buddhism Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for people practicing or interested in Buddhist philosophy, teaching, and practice. It only takes a minute to sign up. I have noticed when I look at Buddhists, or Buddhist monks, that they have shaved heads. Is there any significance to that? If so, then is it an obligation for Buddhists, or at least Buddhist monks to shave their heads? Bhikkhu you have to shave your head.
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WHY DO BUDDHIST MONKS SHAVE THEIR HEADS
Buddhism Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for people practicing or interested in Buddhist philosophy, teaching, and practice. It only takes a minute to sign up. I know that there were rules for the Disciples to shave only on the New moon and the Full moon.
Shaving of the head is an old practice in Buddhism. Hence, it is a common thing to see the Buddhist monks and nuns with a shaved head. Moreover, it is natural to wonder why Buddhist monks shave their heads. But, the basic inquiry is why the monastic orders have the rule as part of their conduct. In other words, what is the relevance of the practice of shaving the head by Buddhist monks?