Ek Talwar Baher

My family has said Ek Talwar Baher across generations. The way it's said means "keep a sword at the ready"; it echoes in the stories of my ancestors and is a mantra embedded in the family spirit.
A sword at the ready is stoic and prepared at any moment to offend or defend as the need arises. A danger tempered with practice and forged in discipline.
A testament to our family nature.

We strengthen ourselves so we may stand for those who cannot stand for themselves. We choose the difficult, the unpopular, the untested. We understand what is lauded as good or correct may not always be aligned with what is right. This tenet facets our every venture.