Pangat (Communal Seating) symbol

Symbol Pangat (Communal Seating)
Religion Sikhism
Origin Rooted in the teachings of Guru Nanak.
Meaning Signifies the practice of sitting together without any discrimination during langar (community meals).
Appearance Rows of individuals sitting together, irrespective of social status.
Colors Varied, reflecting the diversity of Sikh congregations.
Usage Integral to the langar tradition, promoting equality and unity.
History Inaugurated by Guru Nanak to break down social hierarchies.
Popularity Ubiquitous in Gurdwaras during langar services.
Importance Embodies Sikh principles of equality and humility.
Complexity Simple in practice, profound in social impact.
Emotions Elicits feelings of equality, community, and shared humanity.

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