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Khalsa: Literally "belonging only to the divine;"

The collective body of all initiated Sikhs, who drink the amrit instituted by Guru Gobind Singh, and agree to live by the highest ideals of Sikh principles. Committed to one's own purity of consciousness and actions.the term is derived from the land specially reserved for the family of Mughal emprors of was the most fertile land and looked after personally by the appears therefore to mean"close or beloved to God".Khalsa mero roop hai khas,khalsa maen haon kroh niwas.the idea of purity and pollution is foreign to sikhism and does not apply to an army(akalpurukh ki fauj.)