Striking Kirpan for Indian Wedding Ceremony


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.


An incredibly stunning piece of stainless steel kirpan has a gold foil hilt that depicts a horse face as well as metal art. The sheath of the kirpan is decorated with red velvet fabric and motifs, and its design follows a pattern. As a ritual, kirpans are placed in front of Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Prakash in every Gurudwara Sahib around the world. It also plays an important part in Indian wedding ceremonies.

Product Details

  • Handcrafted
  • Made of stainless steel and unsharpened blade
  • Decorated with red colour velvet cloth on sheath

Additional information


Red-Golden (Hilt)


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Striking Kirpan for Indian Wedding Ceremony

Striking Kirpan for Indian Wedding Ceremony