The handle is like of the original classic parawal kukris where the rat-tail tang goes through the rosewood handle and remains hidden. Its history dates back to late18th century when Gorkhali Sainik led by the king and many of his successful army generals initiated the national campaign of expanding its boarders far and further. Soldiers in the battle carried the kukri for both reasons, as a main weapon and as a backup weapon in their armory. The exterior has unique pattern overlaid making the scabbard look beautiful. Special treated buffalo leather scabbard Actual Weight gm:
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The blade is 13inch long with unpolished finishing.
AITIHASIK (Gorkhali Sainik) | Gurkha Khukuri from 18th century | KHHI
Its history dates back to late18th century when Gorkhali Sainik led by the king and many of his successful army generals initiated the national campaign of expanding its boarders far and further. This khukuri played such a vital and successive role that king Prithivi named some of his regiments after its name like the Narasingha Khukuri Brigade, Kaalbhairab 1st Khukuri Brigade to name a few. Standard very sharp Blade thickness mm: Its everyday way of life for all walks of life but more importantly it was self identity, dignity and honor.
The replicated version in style, shape and size of the original kukri that was issued to the “Gorkhali Army” in the 18th century. The strong military force armed with khukuris, spears, swords and few pump guns conquered all kingdoms and united them into one kingdom, one nation in AD, which later became Nepal.
This historic kukri was made to show the importance and glory of kukri. Special buffalo leather scabbard, Rosewood handle. In the exterior part of handle, the middle section has rings and the end of the handle is slightly bent, both done to provide extra grip.
We have given our best to keep its originality both in design and quality.
Soldiers in the battle carried the khukuri for both reasons, as a main weapon and as a back up weapon in their armory. Semi convex View More Sheath: Delivery within 7 Days or Money Back!!
ऐतिहासिक शब्दकोश-Aitihasik Shabdakosh by Y. N. Kelkar – Diamond Publications –
Handle Aitkhasik in 5. See Other Amazing Products Too None Blade thickness mm: Special treated buffalo leather scabbard Tang type: Soldiers in the battle carried the kukri for both reasons, as a main weapon aitiihasik as a backup weapon in their armory. Blade Size in Few things you need to know about this gorkhali kukri from Nepal.
None Place of Origin: Semi convex Edge Hardness: Mini Panawal Perfect Blade Size in: Standard very sharp Blade material: The unpolished finishing enhances the cutting ability and durability of the blade as losing of temper is prevented by avoiding the long machinery process undertaken to polish a blade. This is done for better swinging capability and to produce immense force when used.
A classic kukri knife from the house of Gorkha that played a vital role in uniting Nepal and that cemented its image forever in the glorious history of Nepal. Brown Bond X factor Blade Size in: While, the top section features a frog loop aitihaskk the scabbard to be carried around. Unauthorized use or electronic dissemination is prohibited by any applicable law and or Copyright Act of the Nepalese Govt.
Reviews 0 Write a Review. The interior has wooden pieces shaped like the blade to provide strength to the scabbard. Gorkhali Army 18th Century Kukri a historic kukri that unified Nepal and defeated its enemy by its sharp edge and decisive blow, and in the process forever cemented its reputation as the most feared and functional knife of the aitihaxik Full Flat Blade finishing: