If you want to meet God, serve the poor people.
- Guru Nanak.
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About the Illustration: The Khanda symbolizes God’s Universal and Creative Power. In it’s center is a double edged sword, which symbolizes the primal and almighty power of the creator. The Chakkar is a circle representing God without beginning or end and reminding Sikhs to remain within the rule of God. Two crossed kirpans or swords on the outside are symbols of the spiritual and political balance in the universe. This represents the belief in one God.