Kirpan - Petitioner being an Amritdhari Sikh is enjoined by his
religion to, at all times, wear the five kakars, of which kirpan is one - The Constitution explicitly and in the plainest terms secures to the petitioner the right to wear and carry kirpan as
being included in the profession of his religion - In the absence of any law or valid regulation prohibiting the carrying of a Kirpan in a Court room, the petitioner could not be restrained
from wearing and carrying a kirpan in the Courtroom - Constitution of India, Article 25, Explanation I. (183) P.L.R.