The kirpan is 36 inches. The sheath has a wooden design. The iron used in the making of kirpan is known as Kamani. The sheath of the kirpan has a side chain. Kirpan is a religious symbol of faith for Sikh community. The kirpans are used as a ritual to keep in front of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Prakash in every Gurudwara Sahib, across the world. Kirpans are also used in Indian Marriage ceremonies and coronations as a divine symbol.
- Made with Stainless steel hilt
- The Sheath with a side chain
- 36 inches