This horse hilt kirpan from Sikh Essential is 36 inches long. Beautifully crafted from golden stainless steel with 24 gold plating on it, it comes with a brass chain attached to the sheath. The blade of the kirpan is unsharpened, so it cannot be used as a weapon. One of…
This beautiful piece of Kirpan is made with an unsharp blade. It is used as a symbol of royal culture in Indian Wedding Ceremonies and Coronations. It is also known as a Sword (talwaar). The kirpan is a delight to look at because it is designed with pierced holes in its wooden sheath.
Sikh Essential carries a beautiful collection of Kirpans. These kirpans are generally unsharpened and used during weddings, coronations, decor, and gift giving occasions. This kind of sword is also called the Talwar in hindi.
This kirpan is made from a Kamani-type of iron and its sheath is covered with beige color cloth which has golden motifs and hand embroidery. Although it has some bling, we believe it looks sophisticated and gorgeous.
Sikh Essential carries a fabulous selection of Kirpans. These kirpans are typically unsharpened and are used for weddings, coronations, decoration, and gift-giving occasions. In Hindi, this sort of sword is known as a Talwar.
The reason this is named the royal look kirpan is because the sheath of the kirpan is decorated with golden and diamond lace. The lovely combination of silver and diamond colours gives it an extraordinary look.
Sikh Essential has a collection of magnificent pieces of Kirpan which usually comes with an unsharpened blade. It is generally used during Indian weddings, coronations, decor and for gifting purposes. This kind of sword or kirpan is also known as a Talwar.
A graceful piece of Kirpan by Sikh Essential comes with an unsharpened blade and is often used during Indian weddings and coronations. This kind of sword is also known as a Talwaar (unsharpened sword).