Sikh Khanda Biodegradable Water Urn
Khanda Sikh Water Urn. Made of a clay material with a vegetable gel bond. Designed to dissolve completely in water, a stylish design that is perfect for a Hindu Water Ceremony. You can place the sealed urn directly into the water. However the lid doesn’t have to be sealed, so you can pour the ashes directly onto the water then place the urn into the water too, if you prefer. The urns have holes in the bottom to allow water to enter quickly so that they gracefully sink when placed into water.
The Khanda is the symbol of the Sikh faith. It is constructed of three symbols:
- A double-edged khanda sword in the centre
- A chakkar a steel ring used in battle – the circle in the middle
- Two single-edged swords, or kirpan, crossed at the bottom.
Each urn comes with a biodegradable ashes bag, this makes transferring the ashes into the urn a little easier. It also comes with glue so that you can securely seal the urn.
Perfectly designed for a water burial in the sea, a lake or river.
Height – 26cm,
Width – 18cm
Volume – 3.2 litres / 200 cubic inches
If you would like to ensure your privacy whilst scattering on water why not hire a boat? We can recommend boats throughout the nation who can carry out a water ceremony in privacy and complete dignity.
Biodegradable water urn
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