Security Guidelines on Carrying the Kirpan in Singapore
Kirpan Security Guidelines are in place to ensure the safety of individuals and the public while respecting the religious practices of initiated Sikhs. Please refer to the full content of the Security Guidelines for detailed information on carrying the kirpan in Singapore.
For initiated Sikhs who have undergone the Amrit ceremony, the kirpan holds deep religious significance as a symbol of duty, mercy, and honor. It is essential to understand the guidelines and criteria set by Singaporean law to carry the kirpan safely in public areas.
To learn about the security criteria for carrying the kirpan, entry into events with high security, guidelines for key installations, carrying the kirpan in public areas, and procedures for incoming travelers, please refer to the full content provided.
We encourage you to familiarize yourself with these guidelines to ensure a respectful and secure experience for all individuals involved.