3″ Wooden Kangas


At the Baisakhi Amrit Sanchar in 1699 Guru Gobind Singh gave the Kanga, a small comb to wear at all times. This was one of five articles of faith, collectively called Kakars that form the external visible symbols to clearly and outwardly display ones commitment and dedication to the order of the Khalsa.

The Kanga is an article that allows the Sikh to care for his or her unshorn long hair, Kesh and is usually tucked in front of the “Rishi Knot” and tied under the turban to help in keeping the rishi knot firmly in place. It is to be used daily to keep the hair in a tidy condition and is said to balance the electromagnetic field.

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