As a fan of all things involving good, clean fun and exercise, I recently got myself a custom ordered pair of Khalsa Hockey Skates. Want a pair? I can see if I can get a few more made. See attached image.
this may dont sound good to u but this pic can cause problem to any sikh .I think i dont have to tell reason but still for ur info,khanda sahb on shoe is really a bad practice .Kindly delete it and dare not wear it speacially in Indai
you might consider putting a khands on your helmet or as a shoulder patch on your jersey. To put it on your skate or skating boot is asking for trouble and betrays ignorance of Sikh cultural norms….
I have been wanting to get custom skates as well..how did you do it?
wrong choice man, no need t put khanda on shoes. next thing some brand name will do it and we will be all fighting to get it removed.
The picture above has actuallt made me feel sad about the designer/creators ignorance of the sentiments of the sikh populace all over the world.
The two objectionable things are :
1> the khanda( emblem) on the quarter
2> The “IK Onkar” on the tongue
These signs are like the “life” of sikh faith.
Like any other community, sikhs hold these with highest respect …… more than their precious lives…..
So its quite disturbing and hurtful to see these on a shoes.
Kindly change the design before you make them commercial.
Waheguru Ji ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji ki fateh!
Dear Brother / Sister,
Putting a khands on your shoes is the same thing as putting it on a toilet seat (sorry to affend any1).
To save yourself from getting in any trouble please remove this.
why don’t you have Khanda Sihibe on your helmet? It would look better…
once again forgive me if i have affended any1.
hello tdear , way you put this khanda on the shuse . it is very bed . so you remove this pic from the shuse and pic
hey man this is a insult of sikhism symbols, ek onkar i the sine of god, plzzzzzzzz don,t wear it and plzzzzz remove these are from the shoes asap.
hey u retarded this is gross blasphemy
This is very hurtfully to any Sikh on the earth. Our Guru jee has sacrificed everything for Sikhism.
What we are doing today making T-Shirts for Dogs, Making Khanda on Skates why
Please remove all the shoes and stop doing those hurtfully things in any religion.
its vry shamfull,plz bro u discues ur parents about sikhism symbols.
shame on yourself cause how u can dare to do this
I think u dont know what is the importance of these symbols in sikhism awake urself if u have courage to face sikhs pls send us ur personal mobile number
GUR FATTEH. Yesterday iread & see the photograph of dog weared the KHANDA wali shirt & to day it is again shameful EK ONKAR & KHANDA on shoes and this was done by a BAIVKOOF not by aSardavan Sikh .My advise for both to remove these as soon as possible ,sorry to write if they are unable to understand .
Veerji, sadly this picture shows your ignorance and basically no knowledge about Sikhism.
KHANDA should be work on dastaar, dumalla not on shoes. This is disrespectfull. Kindly remove it. may waheguruji bless you with some sense
pajiiiiiiiiii please remove the khanda and Ik Onkar off the shoes, otherwise you won’t get a space in hell. Remove it if you know whats best for you !!!!
Thanks to those educating this young person GENTLY. To those who are rude about it, understand that Sikh culture does not belong to punjabi’s. Have you seen punjabi’s all over the world lately who claim Sikhi? 90% of us are blasphemous cowards, perhaps even more in the punjab! Ssingh, your enthusiasm for Sikhi is awesome, but do listen to those who are offering their gentle and kind wisdom.
hello dear you r not a pure sikh & dont know what is sikhism remove this pic from here otherwise you will survived for it
Khanda , , ik onkaar should not be used in any desighning purpose, , these are religious symbols of sikh , , even not put on halmet/T shirts, , , coz , , any feet can touch these items, , when these are placed in the home,, , , , , so plz ignore using any religious symbol for designing purpose, , , may Waheguru bless u , , ,
hey man this is a insult of sikhism symbols, ek onkar i the sine of god, plzzzzzzzz don,t wear it and plzzzzz remove these are from the shoes asap
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