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    United Sikhs UNITED SIKHS Complain To BBC Trust For Misuse Of Sikh Insignia

    The Khanda, a Sikh Religious Insignia Questions Put to the BBC in the UNITED SIKHS letter What, if any, checks did the BBC news reporter and producer make to ascertain the nature and significance of the Khanda to the Sikh community, before it was used? What was the reason for using...
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    United Sikhs US Retailer Forced To Withdraw Offensive Use Of Sikh Religious Insignia

    US retailer forced to Withdraw Offensive Use of Sikh religious insignia US retailer forced to Withdraw Offensive Use of Sikh religious insignia @ www.punjabnewsline.com LONDON: An online retailer based in the USA has been forced, by community pressure, to withdraw its designs which...
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    Re: Origin Of Khanda Symbol, The Sikh Insignia

    KHANDA/ਖੰਡਾ The Khanda constitutes three symbols in one. However, the name is derived from the central symbol, a special type of double-edged sword which confirms the Sikhs' belief in One God. The double-edged sword is the creative power of God which controls the destiny of the...
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    Origin Of Khanda Symbol, The Sikh Insignia

    Coins of Banda Bahadur or of Maharaja Ranjit Singh in the museum of Maharaja Patiala, did not bear Khanda symbol (Dr. Dalip Kaur, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar). The British introduced an insignia for the Sikh soldiers to fix on their turbans. It was a ring (Chakkar) on top of which was...
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    Insignia Of Dignity

    Nishan Sahib is pride of the Sikhs. Once hoisted, it is never done half-mast. Nishan Sahib, along with cover for its pole, is changed every year, or when needed, doing Shabad-Kirtan (Singing of Hymns), Ardas (Invocation), shouting Jaikaras (slogans), distribution of Parshad (sanctified sweet...