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Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Khanda as a sikh symbol

In my Desi Legend t-shirt shop, I have a new design with khanda. It's selection of Khandas with country's flag inserted inside.

Let's say it's American Khanda for sikhs living in America and feeling strongly about their identity as well you will find British Khanda, Canadian Khanda and many more coming.

For every Sikh Khanda is very important symbols of Sikhi. Khanda - it is a collection of four weapons commonly used by Sikhs at the time of Guru Gobinf Ji.
Khanda, Chakkar and 2 kirpans. The Khanda is an important emblem in Sikhism . The Chakar is the circle that indicates that God and eternal life is without end and perfect.
If you have a relative or friend living in one of those countries it might be a great gift.


Cefilibe said...

Nice site! Greetings from Mexico! :)

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Anonymous said...

i disagree that the khanda is a sikh symbol. if u wanna a sikh symbol i would say that it is the emblem of ek ongkaar. now that's a sikh symbol. i think that the khanda is more the symbol of the khalsa, the military faternity of guru gobind singh, ik ongkaar speaks more of universality on a t shirt than a military symbol full of shastars

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