The symbol or emblem of Sikhism is known as the Khanda. It is made up of: The Khanda – a double-edged sword. This represents the belief in one God. The Chakkar, like the Kara it is a circle representing God without beginning or end and reminding Sikhs to remain within the rule of God.
Ik Onkar (Gurmukhi: ੴ, ਇੱਕ ਓਅੰਕਾਰ; Punjabi pronunciation: [ɪkː oːəŋkaːɾᵊ]) is the symbol that represents the one supreme reality and is a central tenet of Sikh religious philosophy.
The lead time for all of our products is 5 – 10 days.
All our sizing is displayed per entire set, when all panels are combined, without spacing included.
Made to Order: Comes already stretched on pinewood Frame with hanging hardware at the back, no additional framing required.
Printed at High Resolution on Professional High Quality Canvas.
A great choice for home, living room, bedroom, kitchen, dining room, hotel, restaurant & office wall decoration etc… Perfect Christmas and New Year gifts for your relatives and friends.
We can offer you canvases with absolutely any images! You can choose any canvas print from the shop or you can order any other picture you want through custom order!
We also make canvases to meet your sizing requirements, please contact us if you require a canvas made to a specific size
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Sikh Wall Art for Your Home or Office
Sikh art is an ancient form of visual arts that originated in India. The term “Sikh” means “disciple” in Sanskrit. This style of art is known for its intricate patterns and bright colors.
Sikh Art for Homes
Sikhs use these designs to decorate their homes and offices. They are very popular because they are easy to make and inexpensive. You can find them at craft stores, online retailers, and even some grocery stores.