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DISCUSSION QUESTION 2 Discussion Questions "5 Ks of Sikhism" Please respond to the following: Identify the 5 Ks of Sikhism, and explain which one intrigues you the most. The five Ks of Sikhism are Kesh which represents the uncut beard and hair which comes from God for sustenance in higher consciousness and a turban representing spirituality. Kanga a symbol of cleanliness is a wooden comb used for grooming hair. Kaccha is an underwear for the reminder of the commitment to purity which is made from cotton. Kara is made from steel in a circle like structure worn on the wrist as a symbol of truth and freedom from all other engagements. Kirpan the sword which the Sikh is affirmative to righteous defending the line of truth firmly (Kalra, Bhui & Bhugra, 2012). Kirpan intrigues me the most as this is something the Sikh does it for other people whereas the other 4 K's are those that a person can do for themselves. The Sikh has the obligations to defend those who cannot defend themselves.
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