Wooden Kirpans

$18.00

Kirpan comes from two words: ‘kirpa’ an act of kindness and ‘aan’ honor and self respect. Sikhs wear a Kirpan as a reminder to always stand for righteousness and a readiness to defend truth. As Sikhs, and therefore warrior saints, we hold a sacred reverence for weapons. This stainless steel Kirpan is etched with the Adi Shakti and is commonly worn in a strap across the shoulder called Gatra or tucked into a belt or cumberbund.

Wooden Kirpan measures 7″ long and 1.5 inches wide

Comes in two color varieties

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