Sarbloh steel thin sikh singh khalsa kara - bracelet - small kids children karas

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SARBLOH (WROUGHT IRON) THIN PLAIN Sikh Singh Khalsa Kara - Bracelet - UNISEX Extra Extra Large - Extra Extra Small, KIDS,  Children & Infants / Tiny Baby Karas.

These Kara are from the Holy City of Amritsar Sahib Ji (The City of Golden Temple/Darbar Sahib/Harmandir Sahib Ji).

Sarbloh Plain Karas Variations/Sizes (according to Inner Diameter of Karas):
 XXX Large 7.7 cm  XXL Large 7.5 cm  XL 7.3 cm  L 7.1 cm  L 7 cm  M 6.8 cm  M 6.7 cm  M 6.6 cm  M 6.5 cm  M 6.4 cm  M 6.3 cm  M 6.2 cm  M 6.1 cm  S 5.9 cm  S 5.8 cm  Kids S 5.0 cm  Kids S 4.9 cm  Kids S 4.8 cm  Kids S 4.7 cm  Kids S 4.6 cm  Kids S 4.5 cm  Kids S 4.3 cm  Infants XS 4.0 cm  Infants XS 3.6 cm  Infants XXS 3.5 cm

Brilliant finish and very decorative. Ideal gift item for loved ones on all occasions.

Items are made of pure IRON/SARBLOH. It may show some signs of rust/black markings that is typical characteristic of SARBLOH Karas and will disappear with time when someone starts wearing it.

Singhs who wear these KARAS already know about the SARBLOH Characteristics very well.

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Sarbloh should not be confused with either cast iron or steel as these metals only came into common use during the industrial revolution of the 19th century.

It is thought that iron was first produced in India, along the Indus river. Possibly trying to reproduce the chunks of metal that are even today found in the world's desserts or lumps of iron produced by lightening strikes (which also produce glass and ignite fires) artisans were producing iron ore mixed with charcoal in ancient forges using forced air (from bellows). First a lump of iron (also called bum steel today) was produced. When enough raw iron had been produced it could be reheated and then hammered out to the shape required; a knife, sword, tool or pan such as a Bata. Artisans in today's Panjab and Gujarat areas were producing carbon laden billets of raw iron that were highly prized by the sword makers in the middle east long before the metal came to be known by the terms Watered or Damascus steel). This 'steel' should not be confused with the steel blades, cars or frying pans of today, made possible by production processes of the late nineteenth century.

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P.S. Colour of item may slightly vary due to camera flash and light conditions. Some karas may have negligible small black grinding mark on the kara joint. This is always seen on all karas as most of the Kara making/shaping work is done by hands. However, this do not affect the qualty/look of karas. Gender: Children Main Material/ Metal: Pure Iron/Sarbh Loh Type: Plain Kara Region/ Culture: Punjab/Sikh/Khalsa/Singha Main Material: Pure Iron/Sabh Loh Ethnic & Regional Style: Asian