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    How to buy wigs and hairpieces safely from China

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        • Re: How to buy wigs and hairpieces safely from China
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          How to buy wigs and hairpieces safely from China


          An Israeli rabbi's ruling that human hair from India
          is non-kosher has not only rocked Orthodox Jewry worldwide but has also
          thrown a multimillion-pound industry into crisis.





          About two weeks
          ago, a middle-aged rabbi from Tottenham in north London boarded a plane
          for India with a most unusual mission. His destination was a Hindu
          temple in the Madras region which houses a massive image of the Vishnu,
          the blue-skinned, four-armed deity honoured as the preserver of the
          universe. The temple has 10,000 visitors a week, with an 11-year
          waiting list to enter its most revered Friday afternoon ceremony. But
          the act of homage most commonly performed by devotees is the cutting
          off of their hair. The temple houses 600 barbers who work in shifts
          round the clock to remove the hair of pilgrims who want to offer their
          beauty to the god in thanks, honour or worship.