Khanda or Adi Shakti Yang

75,00

Khanda or Adi Shakti is the "Nishān", the emblem of the Sikhs. It is closely related to the practice of Kundalini Yoga. It is composed of 3 weapons.
• The double-edged sword also called "Khanda" is the sword of truth, which separates truth from falsehood. It symbolizes the power of the Creator.
• "Kirpan" or Miri and Piri, the two swords symbolize the balance between fighting for justice and serving God by teaching the truth. They are also associated with the spiritual and temporal aspects of creation.
• "Chakram", the wheel. It evokes the unity of all creation and the infinite nature of the Creator: without beginning or end.

Khanda is a primordial universal symbol.

This model, by its verticality is more yang.

SPECIAL OFFER: for the purchase of a Khanda, the luminous base is offered to you. Select your base.

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Khanda or Adi Shakti Yang

Khanda or Adi Shakti is the "Nishān", the emblem of the Sikhs. This symbol is closely related to Kundalini Yoga because it is a practice of the Sikhs.

It is composed of 3 weapons.
• The double-edged sword also called "Khanda" is the sword of truth, which separates truth from falsehood. It symbolizes the power of the Creator.
• "Kirpan" or Miri and Piri, the two swords symbolize the balance between fighting for justice and serving God by teaching the truth. They are also associated with the spiritual and temporal aspects of creation.
• "Chakram", the wheel. It evokes the unity of all creation and the infinite nature of the Creator: without beginning or end.

Khanda is a primordial universal symbol.

This model, by its verticality is more yang.

SPECIAL OFFER: for the purchase of a Khanda, the luminous base is offered to you.

Further information

Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 24 × 19 × 6 cm

Delivery delay

Delivery times according to the day of your order:

  • Monday : 5 working day (s)
  • Tuesday : 5 working day (s)
  • Wednesday : 5 working day (s)
  • Thursday : 5 working day (s)
  • Friday : 5 working day (s)
  • Saturday : 7 working day (s)
  • Sunday : 7 working day (s)

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