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Wjkk wmwjkf is it true if you take out a kirpan you have to put blood on it to put it back ? What if you have to show someone the kirpan ? Or at a kirpan shop ? If I do open it should I cut my finger alittle for blood

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That's what a lot of amrit dhari's tell people when they're asked to pull out their kirpan, It's just to scare them so they don't ask again. But the saying probably has a deeper meaning (not completely sure on that).

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VAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA, VAHEGURU JI KI FATEH

Deeper meaning would imply that there would be a Rehatnama or some historical documentation to support this behavior as a valid practice. If it exists, please post it.

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I think this phrase derives from the fact that a gursikh who has been gifted a Kirpaan and Shastar when initiated into the khalsa panth must never draw his weapon in a situation what does not require it to be drawn, as the only situation when the Kirpaan should be drawn is when all other paths for resolve have been explored to no avail in protection of someone else, injustice or self protection.

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No we don't need to put blood on our kirpan to put it back its just a saying to scare others so they don't poke you and ask you again and again to show them the kirpan 

Because we are only allowed to take out kirpan out if we don't have any other way of protecting others or for self protection

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On 3/12/2014 at 10:02 PM, ms514 said:

VAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA, VAHEGURU JI KI FATEH

Deeper meaning would imply that there would be a Rehatnama or some historical documentation to support this behavior as a valid practice. If it exists, please post it.

Nothing like this instruction exists in any extant rehats I have seen. I think it is just something people learnt to say to stop people asking them to show their kirpan. 

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