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The 5 Ks of Sikhism are important as, they are the object of faith and it is mandatory for a Khalsa to wear them, especially the ones baptised. They are the external identity plus the commitment towards Sikh way of life.Each K has a particular significance.They are:
Kesh -Symbol of holiness and strength
Kanga -Symbolizes clean mind and body
Kara -Symbol of restraint and gentility
Kacha -Symbol of chastity
Kirpan -Symbolizes power of truth
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Aug 27th, 2015
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