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KHANDA, KIRAT KARNI - all-about-sikhi



KHANDA, KIRAT KARNI
KHANDA, KIRAT KARNI - khanda
KHANDA

KHANDA is the emblem of the Khalsa. It consists of a two edged sword (which itself is known as by the name of Khanda), circled by a CHAKAR and the two being flanked by two swords.

The two edged sword at the centre of the Khanda symbolizes disintegration of false pride and vanity and demolition of the barriers of caste and other inequalities.

The Chakar being a circle without a beginning or end exhorts the Sikhs to make the whole creation as the object of their compassion and activities.

The two Kirpans represent the two swords of GURU HARGOBIND JI signifying the spiritual and temporal leadership of Gurus.
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KIRAT KARNI

Kirat is Punjabi word meaning Labour. To toil for one's bread, for goodness, for love for man, for God in the spirit of devotion- this is Kirat or work inspired by the spirit of holiness. Feeling Him in us, to keep our hands and mind employed fixedly in labouring for the good, in gathering bread for hungry mouths, providing solace to the sick, clothing the naked, and making the burden of suffering light for humanity by completely losing our individual selfishness- such is KIRAT KARNI. KIRAT KARNI has been institutionalized as a value in Sikhism.


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