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22k Yellow Gold Pendant of Khanda RSP1240


Introducing the RSP1240, an exquisite 22k gold Sikh pendant featuring a 3D cut-out Khanda on an oval base with a radiant sunray design. This pendant showcases the Khanda symbol in a unique and captivating way, capturing the essence of Sikh spirituality.

Weighing 17.8 grams, the RSP1240 pendant is meticulously crafted to showcase the 3D cut-out Khanda on an oval base. With dimensions of 5.1cm in length and 3.0cm in width, it is a substantial and eye-catching piece that beautifully symbolizes Sikhism.
Crafted from yellow gold, the pendant radiates a warm and lustrous glow, symbolizing purity and spirituality. The Khanda symbol, with its distinctive 3D cut-out design, stands out prominently against the oval base, creating a visually striking effect.
The sunray design surrounding the Khanda adds a touch of radiance and symbolism, representing the divine light and enlightenment that Sikhism seeks to inspire. The matt finish gives the pendant a modern and sophisticated look, enhancing its overall appeal.
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. It symbolizes the Sikh values of justice, equality, and selfless service.
The RSP1240 pendant serves as a powerful symbol of Sikh identity and faith. Its unique design and craftsmanship make it a statement piece that beautifully embodies the spiritual and warrior aspects of Sikhism.
Meticulously crafted from 22k gold, the RSP1240 pendant ensures both durability and long-lasting beauty. Its substantial weight and intricate design make it a cherished piece that carries the spiritual energy and symbolism of the Khanda.
Embrace the symbolism and artistry of the Khanda pendant with the RSP1240 22kt gold pendant. Its 3D cut-out design, matt finish, and the timeless allure of gold make it a treasured piece that represents Sikh identity, spirituality, and the core beliefs of Sikhism.