Khanda is a Sikh Emblem and it is of very significance to Sikhism. Khanda consists of 4 parts. You can also check the infographic shown above.
A double edge sword
A double edge sword is a metaphor or Divine Knowledge. It’s sharp edge cleaving Truth from Falsehood
Kirpan of Miri
Kirpan of Miri symbolize the concept of Miri – Temporal authority introduced by Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib. It reminds Sikhs that they must fight for what is right in the world.
Kirpan of Piri
Kirpan of Piri symbolize the concept of Peeri – Spiritual authority introduced by Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib. It indicates the emphasis that a Sikh must place on Spiritual aspirations.
Chakar being a circle without an ending or an end symbolize the perfection of God who is eternal. It represents the eternal love and nature of God.