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The two-edged sword (which itself is known by the name Khanda), circled by the solid circle known as a Chakra. The right edge of the Khanda symbolizes freedom and authority governed by moral and spiritual values. The left edge of the double-edged sword symbolizes divine justice which chastises and punishes wicked oppressors.
The two-edged sword at the center of the Khanda also symbolizes the disintegration of false pride and vanity and demolition of the barriers of caste and other inequalities. The AMRIT which is used at the time of BAPTISM is stirred with the Khanda. The original Khanda with which Guru GOBIND SINGH stirred the baptismal waters on March 30, A.D. 1699 is now preserved at Anandpur.
The Chakra being a circle without a beginning or an end exhorts the Sikhs to make the whole creation as the object of their compassion and activities. It signifies the symbol of Ek On Kar, the Oneness of God, who is without beginning or end. The circle signifies oneness, unity, justice, humanity, and morality. The Chakra was also used as a weapon against injustice and oppression.