Khanda gold pendants hold cultural and religious significance in Sikhism. The Khanda is a symbol that represents the core principles of Sikhism and serves as a reminder of the central tenets of the faith. The Khanda symbol comprises three key elements: The Khanda, Chakkar, and The Two Kirpans. Each piece symbolises a value. Khanda gold pendants are worn by Sikhs as a token of their faith and a symbol of their commitment to Sikh values. These pendants are often worn as a necklace close to the heart, constantly reminding the wearer of the importance of living an honest, just, and compassionate life.
Apart from their religious significance, Khanda gold pendants have also gained popularity as a cultural and fashionable accessory, not just among Sikhs but also among people from various backgrounds who appreciate the beauty and symbolism of the design.
For Sikhs, wearing the Khanda pendant is more than just a fashion statement; it is a way to express their identity and faith while carrying the values and principles of Sikhism with them wherever they go. The Khanda gold pendant serves as a tangible representation of the deep-rooted spirituality and rich cultural heritage of the Sikh community.
Our Khanda pendants are made in 22ct and 18ct gold. We offer white gold and yellow gold Khanda pendants. Some of these are also textured using state-of-the-art technology. The Khanda pendants also make for perfect gifting items.