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Vk circle symbol, significance

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One question come to me i hope it help to be more near to our vk
What the meaning of the form like a circle of vk

Just for free discussion
Because in my information the symbol has a big effect
We know all the important of symbols li'e reiki symbols life key......


  • @faissal
    Yes the kara/kada or round shape of VK has a significance, especially in Sikh community

    The Kara is originally a bracelet made of iron or steel and was first given by Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the 10th Sikh Guru, in 1699 as one of the 5 K's of the Sikhs, a powerful protection and radiant symbol for the one who wears it.

    You can read more how it originated in this VK TIP 116: Blessings from GURU GOBIND SINGH ji, virtues, dignity,courage, fight against wrong, love

    KARA/KADA, is an iron or steel bangle worn on wrist, symbolising perfection, balance and infinity of Divine force. Wearing Kara is continuous or unbreakable engagement, commitment and love of a discipline to the Guru and God, to adore Him and follow all karma in glory of God. Reminds us to perform duties of righteousness in our entire life.

    It is in the shape of a circle, signifying No Beginning and No End, like the Eternal Nature of God. It is also a symbol of the Sikh brotherhood.

    It represents man's unbreakable relationship with the eternal creator and infinity.

    Sir has chosen Kara/Kada to attune with 11 Cosmic Energies to make it a VK , VIBBES KADA. Because it is steel, it is convenient to use. And it can be worn by any age, any gender by anyone as a bangle in any hand.

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