The Khukuri is the national weapon and utility knife of the Nepalese people.
The khukuri symbolises more intangible qualities – strong character, honour, justice, human dignity, freedom.
For Nepalese, there is no more powerful symbol of the strength and spirit of the nation and the Nepalese people.
Khukri is also a symbol of national pride of Nepal.
Khukuri is formally adopted as official military issue gear under British leadership.
Each Gurkha carries one khukuri as a part of his “kit,” in both parade and battle, a Gurkha and his khukuri are inseparable.
The Nepalese khukuri has the unique distinction of being the only ancient battle weapon still in use in the field today – a distinction that is absolutely unique in the entire history of edged weaponry.
The blade is made of normal soft matel and engraved on the blade so you can’t use this blade for chopping and working.
This khukuri has very nice scabbard made of water buffalo leather and attach cross khukuri and Nepal coin, national flower and Nepal engraved on scabbard so that it specialy use for decoration, souvenir & for gift.