Introducing the RSP1214, a magnificent 22k gold Sikh pendant featuring the sacred symbols of Khanda and Ek Onkar combined into one design. The Khanda symbol is larger in size, and the Ek Onkar symbol is placed within a middle circle with a sand finish and machine cuts. This pendant represents the core beliefs and spiritual values of Sikhism.
Weighing 6.1 grams, the RSP1214 pendant is meticulously crafted to showcase the Khanda symbol with the Ek Onkar symbol incorporated within it. With dimensions of 4.2cm in length and 2.8cm in width, it is a substantial and visually striking piece that beautifully captures the essence of Sikh spirituality.
Crafted from yellow gold, the pendant radiates a warm and lustrous glow, symbolizing purity and spirituality. The sand finish and machine cuts on the middle circle add texture and depth to the design, emphasizing the sacredness of the Ek Onkar symbol.
The Khanda symbol, consisting of a double-edged sword, the Chakkar (circular weapon), and the two crossed kirpans (swords), represents the core principles of Sikhism, including courage, righteousness, and protection. The Ek Onkar symbol represents the oneness of God and the universal consciousness.
The RSP1214 pendant serves as a powerful symbol of Sikh identity and devotion. It is worn as a constant reminder of the teachings of Sikh gurus and the belief in the unity of God and the values of Sikhism.
Meticulously crafted from 22kt gold, the RSP1214 pendant ensures both durability and long-lasting beauty. Its substantial weight and intricate design make it a statement piece that carries the spiritual energy and symbolism of the Khanda and Ek Onkar.