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ੴ is different than "Onkar" unlike the way this article in current form is trying to portray, please refer AGGS.
Furthermore, it would be wrong to say "Omkar" is a variant of ੴ or vice versa as Omkar refers to Trinity system in which Guru Nanak (the creator of the opening verse of Japji ੴ ) did not believe.
ੴ has nothing to do with Sanskrit like the article is portraying currently. Guru Nanak had rejected Sanskrit and rather chosen Punjabi for his work. The second letter in ੴ is "urra" a Punjabi letter. ----A. S. AulakhTalk 23:57, 13 January 2008 (UTC)
Ika Omkara → Ik Onkar — This page should be moved back to "Ik Onkar" as that is the overwhelmingly the most common transliteration of this Sikh tenet. Supposed inherent "-a"s are a nonfactor, every other Sikh article is titled correctly without them.--3swordz (talk) 13:39, 10 December 2009 (UTC)
A quick google search confirms this also. I will make the move. Kingturtle (talk) 19:52, 18 December 2009 (UTC)