This new khukuri could be the next Nepal Army issued khukuri. They had it designed and this House was happy to craft for them and it has become a great new blade but yet to be approved by the Nepal Army officials. Its time they change the old style.
Very much like the Jungle Rubber launched few weeks ago but with a Leather scabbard that is just leather and no wood in the inside like a normal Khukuri scabbard.
Bhojpure Kukri (1933)
This bhojpure kukri is 74 years old. It belonged to a farmer whose father had it made in 1933 using railway track brought from India. This kukri has been used for everything.
Brigade of Gurkhas Plaque
Regimental plaque of the Brigade of Gurkhas for collectors
Super mini jungle
This is the smallest working kukri manufactured by Khukuri House Thamel. The blade measures 6" and therefore called the Super mini jungle. This size is highly recommended for camping, trekking and hiking.
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.