Kara (Steel Bracelet) symbol

Symbol Kara (Steel Bracelet)
Religion Sikhism
Origin Part of the five Ks instituted by Guru Gobind Singh.
Meaning Symbolizes the eternal nature of God and the unbreakable bond between the Sikh and the divine.
Appearance A steel bracelet worn on the right wrist.
Colors Typically made of stainless steel or iron.
Usage Worn by initiated Sikhs as a constant reminder of their commitment.
History Introduced to instill a sense of identity and devotion
Popularity Universally adopted by initiated Sikhs.
Importance Signifies the unbroken connection with the divine and the Sikh community.
Complexity Simple in design, rich in spiritual symbolism.
Emotions Elicits feelings of spiritual connectedness and commitment.

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