Sacrificial series of kukris are kukris used all over Nepal during Nepal's biggest festival " Dashain ". Nepal being a religious country carries out many cultural and religious ceremonies where kukris are often worshiped or used. Among them " Dashain " happens to be the festival in which a long kukri is a must to have to perform ritual sacrificial ceremonies on animals smaller and larger. A sacrificial ceremony on any animal must be done in one single blow otherwise considered bad luck or bad omen.
This series of kukris comprise of kukris that are of 15" to 36" long blades. The most popular size used in Nepal is the 18" long blade. This long 18" incher comes with different handles from wood to horn to metal (brass/aluminium) and also with different scabbards.
Dhankute wooden 18"
This sacrificial Khukri comes with a beautiful rosewood dhankute scabbard that has Nepal's national symbols and also with dragon carving on both side of blade.
Blade Length: 46 cm
Weight: 3000 gm
Price: US$ 129.99
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