Khapland Logo: A brief description and importance of each symbol and text used in logo is as follows:

  • “Khapland” Text: KHAPLAND text to us represents the traditional geography on which “Khaplogy” theory have been prevailing and practiced since ages. From Haridwar in north, until Dhaulpur in South, Hanumangarh in West and Mainpuri-Eta in East comprise of its native land.
  • Peacock: The status of pride, laurel and prestige of Khapology. The symbol of prosperity, cherishing and pleasure in Khapology just like French’s have the cock in their culture. And that is why Khapland is the biggest home to this bird. Luckily it is also the national bird of our nation. The havelies of riches and powerful people on Khapland used to (and/or still use) raise its gig on their attic. Peacock also refers to Buddhism (a onetime most followed religion in Khapology). It also goes with Maharaja Harshwardhana’s reign who conferred Khaps the official recognition on pattern of today’s system of social jury found in U.S.A, Australia, and Canada etc. You see a system which world follows today, Khaps have been so since centuries.
  • Khap’s Official Letterpad: Each Khap is organized through an authentic process called as “Chiththi Faadna” means “calling the panchayat by letter dispatching”. No Khap Panchayat ever held on the spot or on same day of its call. It usually is called upon with advance note of at least 3-4 days or ideally with advance notice of a ten days to fortnight as it needs a certain minimum time to prepare as per its decorum, size and nature.
  • Turban (Pagdi): The symbol of intellect, maturity, wisdom, humanity and justice. Needlessly to say that what a place a turban has in almost every community of India expanded over region starting from Vindhyachal to Himachal a minimum. In Khaps it has its special attorney. A multi-purpose wearing with importance labelled from pride, honor, prestige to professions of war, agri and social jury.
  • Dual Head Spear (Jeli in Hindi): The most crucial multi-purpose weapon of Khapology theories. It is a weapon prepared in a ready to use format both for agriculture and war equally. One need not to remove or add anything to it for agri field or war field.
  • Wheat Spike: Well that is what the real cause of survival for this theory i.e. feeding the nation.
  • Dada Kheda: Each parent village of surrounding diaspora or independent area considers its very first ancestors as its the superior-most and the holiest deity. As Khapology always believes in a balanced human lifeto further keep the humanity and its values prevailing on top of every human aspect they never invest in large buildings for their deities. A simple room of square size with round tomb on top, white in color, void of statue and priest building structure homes the holy Dada Kheda deity in it. It represents people of all caste-creed may have laid the foundation stone of a village. Depending on area “Dada Kheda” carrys with many synonyms such as “Baba Bhoomiya”, “Dada Baiya”, “Gram Kheda”, “Jathera Ji”, “Patti Kheda”, “Baiya Ji”, “Bada Bir”  and “Nagar Kheda” etc.
  • Currency of Khaps: Khaps have had their own coins and currencies. Many manusciprts and coins found in one of five sub-HQ Rohtak (other 4 have been Delhi, Arga, Haridwar and Thanesar, while HQ being at Sorem in Muzaffarnagar, U.P.) and its Jhajjar area. Jhajjar National Gurukul has a sound collection of such coins which usually are termed as “Yoddheya Coins”.
  • Yauddheyas of Khaps: The official term for warriors of Khaps for both male (Yauddheya) and female (Yauddheya). A warrior with sword riding a horse replicates a Yauddheya. Please be noted that it is a different term to word “Yoddha”.