Sikh SMALL Light Kanga - Khalsa Kangha Singh Kakar Wooden Comb 5 K's of Sikhs

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Sikh SMALL Cream Colour Kanga/Kangha - Khalsa Singh Kakar Wooden Comb one of 5 K's of Sikhs

SMALL SMALL Cream Colour Wood Size approx. 6cm x 4 cm Please see photos showing the details of these items. 

A Kangha is a small wooden comb that Sikhs use twice a day. It is supposed to be kept with the hair and at all times. Combs help to clean and remove tangles from the hair, and are a symbol of cleanliness. Combing their hair reminds Sikhs that their lives should be tidy and organised. The Sikhs were commanded by Guru Gobind Singh to keep a small comb called a Kangha at all times.

The comb keeps the hair tidy, a symbol of not just accepting what God has given, but also an injunction to maintain it with grace. The Guru said hair should be allowed to grow naturally. For men, this includes not shaving. At the time of Guru Gobind Singh, some holy men let their hair become tangled and dirty. The Guru said that this was not right 'Hair should be allowed to grow but it should be kept clean and combed at least twice a day.'We have 100% positive feedback. Please buy with confidence and check our other fantastic listings.

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P.S. Colour of item may slightly vary due to camera flash and light conditions. Sizes written in variations are approximate and may slightly differ to the specified size as items are cut of wood and filed by hand.

Gender: Unisex

Country/Region of Manufacture: India

Main Material/ Metal: Wood

Type: Hair Comb

Main Colour: Brown

Main Stone: No Stone

Ethnic & Regional Style: Asian