Commonly known as Khukuri in Nepali, GurkhaKnives with an inward curved blade is skillfully designed by our craftsmen. It is used as both weapon and tool and is considered to be highly auspicious and thus, used in wedding and other significant ceremonies. Apart from its utility purpose, this tool serves as an excellent home decor and gifting item. Our collection comprises of Afghan, Iraq operation, British Gurkha Service, World War II, Nepal Army and Nepal Police.
The khukuri (Nepali khukuri) is a Nepalese knife with an inwardly curved blade, similar to a machete, used as both a tool and as a weapon in Nepal and some neighboring countries of South Asia.
Traditionally it was, and in many cases still is, the basic utility knife of the Nepalese people.
It is a characteristic weapon of the Nepalese Army, the Royal Gurkha Rifles, Assam Rifles, Assam Regiment of Indian Army and of all Gurkha regiments throughout the world, so much so that some English-speakers refer to the weapon as a "Gurkha blade" or "Gurkha knife".
The kukri often appears in Nepalese heraldry and is used in many traditional rituals such as wedding ceremonies. Bhojpur is in the Eastern Hilly District of Nepal; famous for Khukuri making.
This small hilly district is home to most blacksmiths who have been engaged Khukuri making since time immemorial. The Khukuri can be an useful working tool as well as excellent gift for decoration.