A must for a Gurkha soldier to complete his uniform
Not a kukri but is called khurmi and used by Nepalese village women for grass cutting
15" Sirupate Chire
Sirupate 15" long blade for more longer reach is more like a machete clearing things shorter kukris can not reach. This Siru is crafted in such a special way that is has 3 Chiras.
This historic kukri is carved with dragons on both side of the blade by hand using domestic tools
Yet another new Khukuri blade from the stable of Khukuri House Thamel by the most skilled master craftsman known as "The Defender" because of its great new handle design to protect full hand safety.
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.
Thank you all for the over whelming response from this Xmas offer 2014. We are stopping it today "Dec 15" as announced. We are now doing our best to have them all delivered to you before Xmas. Thank you all very much. Enjoy the Free Gifts.
Kurki, kukhri, 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.