Khanda Symbol

The sword on the left represents truth, while the sword on the right represents dharma—the determination to battle for what is right (religion). The central circle denotes the existence of only one God, who has no beginning and no end. The Khanda signifies God’s knowledge, the Chakkar represents God’s eternal nature and humanity’s oneness, and the two swords signify Miri (political sovereignty) and Piri (religious freedom) (spiritual sovereignty).

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