A Chakkar is a steel ring which from about the 16th century onwards was a weapon exclusively used by the Sikhs. It is commonly placed on the Dastar. When used in battle, it usually has a sharp outer edge, but for ceremonial purposes it often has its outer edge left blunt, as does this one.
It is classified as a quoit-type weapon which is thrown or hurled, either by being released after being twirled around the smooth inside edge by the forefinger (a favourite Sikh method) or released frisbee-like or discus style. It is said to have an effective range of 40 to 50 metres.
These items are hand made and therefore every one is unique and measurements may vary slightly.
We post our products out worldwide. The price we charge for delivery depends upon the weight of your order and the country we are delivering to. As you add items to the basket, we calculate the delivery price for your order and this is shown clearly on the basket page. If multiple delivery methods are available for your order, you will be able to change these in the checkout.
From date of dispatch, delivery time guidelines are as follows:
- UK 1st class orders: 2-3 working days
- UK 2nd class orders: 3-4 working days
- European orders: 4-6 working days
- International orders: 6-8 working days
We want you to be happy with everything you buy from SikhiStore. If you are not satisfied with your new purchase, we will exchange or refund any unused item provided it is returned in a saleable condition, in its original undamaged packaging and is within 30 days of receipt of the goods. Exceptions apply for items cut to requirement such as Turbans, custom made items such as Cholas and for hygiene reasons on some items such as Kacheras.
If we find that the product has not been returned to us in a re-saleable condition, we reserve the right to refuse a refund or exchange. We will refund your return delivery charge when a product is faulty or damaged upon inspection but not when a product is simply unwanted or incorrectly ordered.
For exchanges, we will pay postage and packaging charges to send the exchange product out, when the original product is faulty or damaged upon inspection but not when the original product is simply unwanted or incorrectly ordered.
This does not affect your statutory rights.