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Khalistan (India)

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[Flag of Khalistan] by Pascal Gross, 8 July 1998

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Flag of Khalistan

Khalistan is not an independent country. It is the aspirant Sikh nation in India (possibly in parts of Pakistan, too). They use a black Sikh symbol on a red field.
T. F. Mills, 8 July 1998

[Flag of Khalistan] by Jorge Candeias 7 October 1998

The Khalistan republic (in exile) has a yellow and blue vertical flag with the black Sikh symbol in the center (the symbol is a little different from the one drawn above by Pascal Gross).

Flag of Sikh religion

[Flag of Sikh religion] by Jorge Candeias 7 October 1998

The triangle flag with orange field and blue symbol is the flag of the Sikh religion.
David Kendall, 8 July 1998

A minor quibble, I would consider it highly probable the orange would be saffron, it being the colour used by Khalistan supporters for their turbans as a sign of protest.

Knut A. Berg, 9 July 1998

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