A Kanga is one of five articles of faith for Sikhs. It is a wooden comb that allows a Sikh to care for his or her unshorn long hair (Kesh) and is usually tucked in front of the Rishi Knot (hair wrapped on the top of the head) and tied under the turban to help keep the rishi knot firmly in place. A kanga represents a Sikhs commitment to cleanliness. As we comb our scalp the magnetic field is stimulated, thereby enhancing circulation, energy and longevity.
2.25″ by 1.75″
12 in stock (can be backordered)