80 Feet Khanda Installed by Akali Government at Anandpur Sahib Detaches from Foundation

—A 80 feet tall Khanda made of stainless steel that was installed at Panj Piara Park of Sri Anandpur Sahib in June 2015 detached from its foundation today.  

Despite its design to handle air fluctuations, the weight of the Khanda could not be sustained on the foundation.  The Khanda was manufactured at Satnam Fabrication in Moga under surveillance of Sant Baba Karnail Singh Tallewal. It consumed 3 months and costs Rs. 22 lakhs to get finalized.

The incident led to huge embarrassment for the Punjab Government as despite spending huge sums of money to get the Khanda installed, it’s foundation could not sustain the weight.  The foundation cost another Rs. 20 lakh.

The khanda is 18 feet wide and of weighs 3 tons.  It was installed at Sri Anandpur Sahib by Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Badal in celebration of 350th foundation day of Sri Anandpur Sahib.  Chief Minister Badal held the Khanda was in the honour of the Sikh community and its glorious history.

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  1. maybe Vahiguroo Jio is probably making known living in accordance with symbol Khanda represents more necessary for jeev ji?
    Bhul chuk muaf Vahiguroo Jio

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