"Ek Omkar" Religious Symbol of Sikhs

"Ek Omkar" Religious Symbol of Sikhs

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  • Product Code: 3512
  • Material: Metal
  • Size: 5" H x 3" W

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In this holy symbol, metal alloy is nicely used with golden finish and crystal stones embellish reflecting a resplendent texture.


The holy symbol is given a refine touch with a deep sense of finesse. Ek Onkar is a holy symbol. This means one God and is a central tenet of Sikh religious philosophy. It is also a symbol of the unity of God in Sikhism, and is found on all religious scriptures and places such as Gurdwaras.


Ek Onkar is the first phrase in the Mul Mantra of the Sikkhism meaning "there is only one God;" Ek Onkar is found in the Gurmukhi script and is consequently also part of the Sikh morning prayer, Japji Sahib. Ek Omkar is a combination of two characters: the numeral Ek (one) and the first letter of the word Onkar (God), which is also the first letter of the Gurmukh script with a specially adapted vowel symbol, and is derived from Sanskrit.


The phrase's monotheistic quality is further clarified by Guru Nanak in his composition (Guru Nanak, Guru Granth Sahib: "From Ongkaar, the One Universal Creator God, Brahma was created."


He means that Onkar is that which created Brahma and therefore preceded Brahma.

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  • Product Code: 3512
  • Material: Metal
  • Size: 5" H x 3" W

 

In this holy symbol, metal alloy is nicely used with golden finish and crystal stones embellish reflecting a resplendent texture.


The holy symbol is given a refine touch with a deep sense of finesse. Ek Onkar is a holy symbol. This means one God and is a central tenet of Sikh religious philosophy. It is also a symbol of the unity of God in Sikhism, and is found on all religious scriptures and places such as Gurdwaras.


Ek Onkar is the first phrase in the Mul Mantra of the Sikkhism meaning "there is only one God;" Ek Onkar is found in the Gurmukhi script and is consequently also part of the Sikh morning prayer, Japji Sahib. Ek Omkar is a combination of two characters: the numeral Ek (one) and the first letter of the word Onkar (God), which is also the first letter of the Gurmukh script with a specially adapted vowel symbol, and is derived from Sanskrit.


The phrase's monotheistic quality is further clarified by Guru Nanak in his composition (Guru Nanak, Guru Granth Sahib: "From Ongkaar, the One Universal Creator God, Brahma was created."


He means that Onkar is that which created Brahma and therefore preceded Brahma.

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