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(Pañjābī, ‘sword’).

Sikh symbol, two-edged sword. The khaṇḍā, bisecting a circle (chakkar) and flanked by two kirpāns, symbolizes the khālsā, and appears on the Niśān Sāhib.

Subjects: Religion.

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