Khanda

[Sikh symbol] The Khanda (☬, ਖੰਡਾ, {IAST|khaṇḍā}) depicts the Sikh doctrine Deg Tegh Fateh in emblematic form. It is the military emblem of the Sikhs. It is also part of the design of the Nishan Sahib. A double edged khanda (sword) is placed at the top of a Nishan Sahib flag as an ornament or finial. The Khanda emblem is an a...
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Khanda

[sword] The khanda is a South Asian double-edge straight sword. It is often featured in religious iconography, theatre and art depicting the ancient history of India. Some communities venerate the weapon as a symbol of Shiva. It is a common weapon in the martial arts of the Rajputs, Sikhs, Marathas, Orissans and others. The word khanda has ...
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khanda

Component or aggregate. The Buddha taught that a human person is not an eternal soul or self, but the composite of five khandas.
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khanda

Symbol of Sikhism. The double-edged sword at the centre of the Sikh symbol carries the same name. The emblem is complex in its symbolism. Truth and justice, themes that have permeated Sikh...
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khanda

Symbol of Sikhism. The double-edged sword at the centre of the Sikh symbol carries the same name. The emblem is complex in its symbolism. Truth and justice, themes that have permeated Sikh history, are represented by the khanda standing upright in the centre. This is surrounded by a circle or chakar, the meaning of which is encompassed in the S...
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