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THE KHANDA INSIGNIA - SIGN OF VICTORY

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4 overlapping weapons form the Khanda symbol of the Sikhs :

KHANDA: as the most powerful weapon, Guru Gobind Singh ji saw the Supreme Power of the Creator in this double-edged sword.

CHAKR: the round circle means that the Power of Vaahi-guroo is all around us. All Sikh Warriors used to wear this razor-edged weapon around their turban. It was thrown like a frisby.

MEEREE: this sword signifies Politicial Power. The 6th Guru, Guru Har-Gobind ji used to wear it.

PEEREE: this sword signifies Spiritual Power. The 6th Guru, Guru Har-Gobind ji used to wear it.

GURU GOBIND SINGH JI SAYS TO VAAHI-GUROO(WONDERFUL GOD)

YOU ARE THE

SIGN OF VICTORY,

TODAY, YOU ARE THE

WORLD-WARRIOR,

YOU ARE

DEATH

AND YOU ARE

POWER,

YOU ARE THE

ARROW

AND YOU ARE THE

SWORD!

(Kal thoo-hee

Kalee thoo-hee

Thohee tegh ar teer

Thoo-hee Nisanee jeet kee

Aj thoo-hee jag beer)

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT POWER, DEATH AND THE SWORD

Did you know that . . .

50 years ago the most powerful weapon-the Atom bomb, flattened the whole city of Hiroshima in Japan, reducing trees to burnt out matchsticks and families to a handful of ashes.

The most powerful weapon today - the Hydrogen bomb, could easily destroy the South of England within a matter of minutes. However, this is nothing compared to one explosion on the Sun which is at least 1000 times more powerful.

There are millions of explosions on the Sun and countless Suns in the Universe, the unimaginable power driving this is the power of the Supreme Being, the Wonderful God - Vaahi-guroo. No words can describe this awesome power, even modern weapons are a drop in the ocean compared to this awesome power, hence Guru Gobind Singh jee used the most powerful weapon of His time to symbolise the Supreme Power of the Creator.

That weapon is known as the KHANDA - the double-edged sword. This sword was so powerful that Guru Gobind Singh jee used its name to describe the Sikh insignia and placed it in the prime, central position.

Around the Khanda was placed the Chakr- this has a razor sharp outer edge and was thrown like a frisby. The round Chakr signifies that the Supreme Power is in and around the Creation and has no beginning and no end. The left sword is called Peeree and symbolises Spiritual Power, the right sword is called Meeree and symbolises Political Power.

When these weapons were placed together by Guru Gobind Singh jee, they symbolised the Unimaginable Supreme power of the Supreme Being. The power that creates and destroys millions of Suns in the blink of an eye.

Guru Gobind Singh jee said to the weapons : 'You are the sign of Victory' and placed them on the Khalsa flag for all to see, for miles around.

But what Victory are the weapons a sign of?

When Tyson became the Champ then they placed a belt around his waist and that was his sign of victory. If some man on the street starts lying to everyone by claiming to be the boxing champ, then all Tyson had to do is show them his sign of victory to prove he is the one and only World champion.

When Brazil won the World Cup they were given the golden troph believe there is no God and only believe in themselves? Vaahi-guroo had to show the world who the True World-Warrior was by getting Guru Gobind Singh ji to create the Khanda - the Sign of Vaahi-guroo's Victory.

Nowadays, some people pick up a sword and call it a knife, they think of Robin Hood or Samuarai warriors, but Guru Gobind Singh jee picked up the Khanda and plugged in to the Supreme Power. This ability has been passed on to the Khalsa (pure ones) of Guru Gobind Singh jee, each one carries a Kirpan (small sword) that plugs them in to the Supreme Power. To call a Kirpan a knife is a gross injustice, does a knife lead you to the Supreme Power?

The Khalsa worship their weapons and wear a kirpan, not because they are backward people who bow to knives, but because the weapons are the Sign of Vaahi-guroo's Victory - the Khalsa bows to the Supreme Power - the Power that creates and destroys millions of suns in the blink of an eye: Wonderful God - VAAHI-GUROO!

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