Artisan-Made Khalsa Kirpans and Swords

The finest quality Swords and Kirpans available - at affordable prices! After watching the video, click 'Artisan Kirpan' above to view all options for purchase, or click on 'Excellent Affordable Swords' above as well.

Interview with Bhai Sahib Mohinder Singh, from GNNSJ Gurdwara (Sikh Temple) - August 5, 2013 - Birmingham, UK

Devotional Business. A most respected colleague from Birmingham UK - I approached Bhai Sahib looking for ideas and support on how to grow our business back in the States. Some illuminating thoughts (below) are what ensued...

Interview on Sangat TV in Birmingham, UK with Kushdev Singh and Jot Singh - August 2015.

Jot Singh talks about his work, the current state of the Sikh Panth and the privilege of serving others.

Watch the video here.

Museum Exhibitions

National Ornamental Metals Museum - Memphis, Tennessee USA - July 15 to Sept. 16, 2007.

Jot Singh's work was included in an exhibit entitled ' Modern Art Knives: Beyond the Samurai Sword '  which featured a select number of knife and swordmakers from around the world.

Royal Ontario Museum - Toronto, Canada - April 18, 2009

Jot Singh was the sole guest artist at the annual Sikh Centennial Foundation Gala. Some of the finest works ever created through Khalsa Kirpans were exhibited there - thanks to the generosity of those patrons who loaned their special Kirpans and swords.

Sikh Dharma Archives Museum - Espanola, New Mexico, USA - 1979 to present.

An extensive collection which includes some of the finest, most intricate pieces ever created through Khalsa Kirpans. Not available for public viewing as yet.

Book Covers



Magazine Covers and Articles

Blade Magazine - The Worlds #1 Knife Publication

The Kirpan Karma of Jot Singh Khalsa
Bruce Tieves
May 1997

Some background on the unique knives, swords and Kirpans of Jot Singh Khalsa and how he arrived at what he does a good portion of the time.

Download the complete Blade Magazine article.


Read and/or download the September 1998 Tactical Knives magazine article (cover shown above) featuring Jot Singh's knives and the Spyderco Jot Singh Khalsa tactical folding knife here. Part of that article shares practical self-defense techniques using this knife by Master at Arms James Keating from Washington State, USA. This knife is also currently available to purchase here.

Varied articles/interviews/events presently featured online listed chronologically.

Presenting the Sword of Baisakhi '99

This tells the story of the 'Sword of the Khalsa', which was taken to India in 1999 for the Tricentennial Celebration of the 'Birth of the Khalsa', and offered by the Sikhs of the Western Hemisphere at Keshgar Sahib Gurdwara in honor of Guru Gobind Singh and the first Sikh Amrit Ceremony (baptism) in 1699.

Read the full article here.

The Sword of Baisakhi '99

This article shows and details the handwork on 'Sword of the Khalsa.' Jot Singh created the design with his teacher, the Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan, forged the blade, fabricated the metal work, and coordinated all other aspects of the project, including the hand and laser engraving and finishing work.

Read the full article here.

A Kirpan in Tiribute to Darbar Sahib

A London-based Sikh young man commissioned Khalsa KIrpans to create a wonderful and unique kirpan.

Read the full article here.

The Master Swordmaker and his newest Siri Sahib

This sword came as the result of a mother and father's wish to present each of their three children with full sized swords in order to inspire them with the royalty of the Sikh legacy of spiritual warriors.

Read the full article here.

Our more affordable Artisan Kirpans - based on the same design as some of Jot Singh's finest custom-made Kirpans.

Read more from Guruka Singh, CEO of here.

Experiencing my New Kirpan

Sikhnet webmaster and founder, Gurumustuk Singh Khalsa, shares his enthusiasm about his new Artisan-made Khalsa Kirpan.

Read the full article and comments here.

The best everyday Kirpans money can buy!

Since 2010 Khalsa Kirpans has been offering handsome 'Compact' Kirpans, crafted to precise specifications.

Read more from Guruka Singh, CEO of here.

The Mystery of Sarb Loh and New Weapon Materials

Jot Singh shares his thoughts on Sarb Loh for Kirpans and his experience as a professional knife, sword and Kirpan maker since 1978 - featured on here.

Russian Knife Magazine Article

A 2012 in depth overview of the knives, swords and Kirpans offered through Khalsa Kirpans, as well as some of the jewelry found on the LifeKnives and The Khalsa Raj Collection websites.

Click here to read the article (in Russian).

A 2012 article featured in 'The Surrey Leader' BC Canada newspaper.

Click here to read the article.

Jot Singh shares thoughts at Baisakhi time, an auspicious annual Sikh holiday - on - April 2014

Click here to read the article, see images of Jot Singh teaching in Kazakhstan as well as some of our latest work.

A podcast with Jot Singh sharing around Prosperity, Abundance and the Sacred core practice of Kundalini Yoga and meditation (Morning Sadhana). August 2015

Click here to listen to the podcast.

Jot Singh offered the first "Song of the Khalsa' Sword 

in an auspicious presentation to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa Canada, April 11, 2016. In image below Jot Singh is sharing around the significance and importance of the sword in the Sikh religion with the Prime Minister. Read the entire story and see images here.

Article in Dhristi Magazine online - Baisakhi 2017 

Read about the latest developments and good fortune for Khalsa KIrpans and The Khalsa Raj and their unique lines of inspiring and innovative products here.

Article on - February 2018

Details of two auspicious presentations of our one-of-a-kind kirpan (above) and sword with Bhai Sahib Mohinder Singh from GNNSJ from Birmingham, UK. Click here to read both stories.


February 2018 - Read 'An Inspirational Story of The Architect Of The World’s Finest Kirpans And Swords – JOT SINGH KHALSA ' in Dhristi Magazine online here: 

Article on - October 2018

 A bright young man shares his enthusiasm for our kirpans here.