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Panj Kakar of Sikhism

     

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The Five Ks, or Panj kakaar / kakke, are five items of faith that baptized Khalsa Sikhs wear at all times at the command of the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh who so ordered at the Baisakhi Amrit Sanchar in 1699.

 

The Khalsa Sikhs who don all the Five Ks are known as Amritdhari  while the Sikhs who have not donned all the Five Ks are known as Sahajdhari.

These five Ks are :

Kesh : Uncut hair on any part of the body for men and women is mandatory and can be considered the most important "K"
Kanga :  Wooden comb for hygiene and maintenance of the Kesh. Kanga the Comb is one of the religious symbol of sikkhism
Kara :  (An Iron bracelet) Physical reminder that a Sikh is bound to the Guru. Kara is a religious symbol of sikkh religion
Kachera :  (Specially designed cotton underwear) Naturally comfortable and dignified attire reflective of modesty and high moral character. Kachera is a religious symbol of sikkh religion
Kirpan : (Strapped sword) Worn to defend one's faith and protect the weak, reminding one of his or her duty as a Khalsa. It is worn to show bravery, not a mere weapon. Kirpan the sword
 

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Bowli Sahib, Maradana The pupil of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji dragged the River to this place by a simple stick in hand

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Doodh Wala Kuan Where Guru Nanank Dev ji Converted the water of the dwell into the Milk Giving answer to Siddhas


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