Chandigarh: Chinese-made idols of Guru Nanak Dev, founder of Sikhism, sports a Chinese look with slanted eyes and Mongoloid features. "Guru Nanak is made to look more like a lama," said a Sikh wryly. After the Chinese-made kirpans (daggers) nearly wiped out local manufacturers it is the turn of Guru Nanak Dev's idols. The figurines, which have been in the market for some time, are available for Rs 100-150. They are popular gift items. Taking note of 'deviance' in the idols with "Chinese characteristics", the Sikh Community has declared the practice of keeping idols as "sacrilegious" and directed Sikhs to refrain from buying them. The order ostensibly stems from the fact that idol worship is banned in Sikhism.