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