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Nepal kukri - Sirupate 15 - WITH ENGRAVING - wooden handle - Nepali Knife

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Warning: as these are handmade products, there may be variations with respect to the following and displayed in the picture below.

Blade: Carbon steel
Conformation: Dui Chirra
Kauri: Discovered
Aunlo-Bal: -
Handle: wood
Finishes: Brass
Blade length: 250 mm.
Blade thickness: 10 mm.
Total length: 380 mm.
Karda: 90 mm.
Chakmak: 90 mm.
Weight: 468g. (602g with scabbard)
Sheath: in leather and wood
Notes: Original Nepalese knife entirely handmade

kukri gurka knives

Since its ancient origins the Khukuri is not only the national knife of Nepal but it is also the symbol of the soldier Gurkha, a valuable object with which the Gurkhas themselves affirm their identity and their pride.


In the famous battle of 1814 in India, the Nepalese Gurkhas demonstrated against the British the effectiveness of hand-to-hand combat with the Khukuri and that was when the Nepalese myth was born.


Even today the Gurkha are part of the British army and are considered the most feared storm troops in the world.


The service knife is Service 1 with some camouflage variants of the Jungle model and the more recent Camouflage, while Service 2 is the knife used for ceremonies and military parades.


At the time of retirement from the army for seniority the Royal Khotimora is given (the value of the velvet covering the sheath differentiates the various regiments). The Long 18 is used during the Dashain (the Nepalese national holiday) for the buffalo sacrifice.



More Information
BrandNepal Kukri
Country of productionNepal
Blade TypeFixed
Blade Length20/25cm
Blade TipDrop point
Blade thickness10 mm
Blade FinishNone (Satin / Stonewashed)
Carbon Steel1050 / C50
Handle MaterialNatural
colourdark brown
Materials and Finishes7
Steel Quality6,5
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