This very famous historic gets an unrefined finish for real use. Its the replica of what Gurkhas carried in world wars.
It is the combination of a Knife (Churi) and a Khukuri. This is the outcome of these two blades that got this new Kukri in the making hence the name “ChuKuri”.
Latest New Khukuri blade from the stable of Khukuri House known as Khukuri Expresso. Expressing oneself on the blade has always been fun, dedicating it to someone or yourself with texts and logos making the blade very special and meaningful but......
Junky Jungle Aluminum
The very famous Junky Jungle gets a new make-over for a better result. This full size Khukuri blade made for rougher use is made more tougher, meaner and stronger with the implement of Aluminum handle and BLACK BLADE.
Historic (World war I-II)
The kukri that played a very significant role in shaping the world during the Second World War, therefore the name "Historic."
Welcome to Khukuri House Thamel. We are proud to present the Legendary Kukris. kukri a medium-lenght curved knife each gurkha soldier carries with him in uniform and in battle. In his grip, it is a formidable razor sharp weapon and a cutting tool. In fact, it is an extension of his arm. When his rifle misfires, or when his bullets have run out, a gurkha unsheathes his kukri and makes his final " do or die " run on the enemy in a fury to finish the business.
Khukuri House Thamel is the manufacturer and distributor of the finest Kukris in Nepal. Established by Mr. lalit Lama, an ex-British Gurkha Warrant Officer in 1993 is the first genuine Gurkha Knife store in the heart of thamel (tourist area) in Katmandu, Nepal.
Khukuri House would like to share this wonderful news and is very proud to be a part of this wonderful event. Prince Henry of Wales "Harry" on his on going official visit to Kathmandu, Nepal, was presented a Beautiful Khukuri Blade, text engraved honoring Harry by the Nepal Army. This Majestic Khukuri was made by Khukuri House. What an awesome honour for this house.
Kukri, Khukuri, khukri, kukuri, kookuri, no matter how you call it; it always refers this curved sharp metal carried by Gurkhas; the most feared weapon of all.