One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An emblem of Sikhism, representing a vertical two-edged sword with its blade surrounded by a circle and its hilt intersected by the crossing hilts of two single-edged swords.
- ‘The right edge of the khanda symbolizes freedom and authority governed by moral and spiritual values.’
- ‘The geometry of the khanda with its symmetry speaks to me of the perfection of the universe and its Creator.’
Oriya and Punjabi khaṇḍā, from Prakrit, of uncertain origin.
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