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Brief Intro:

Khukuri Knife

A mid-length curved knife comprising a distinctive “Cho” that is the national knife and icon of Nepal, basic and traditional utility knife of Nepalese, a formidable and effective weapon of the Gurkhas and an exquisite piece of local craftsmanship that symbolizes pride and valor which also represents the country and it’s culture. Believed to have existed 2500 years ago; “Kopi” is the probable source of the Khukuri that was used by Greek in the 4 th BC. However, khukuri came into limelight only in and particularly after the Nepal War in 1814-15 after the formation of British Gurkha Army. Basically carried in a leather case, mostly having walnut wooden grip and traditionally having two small knives, it is one of the most famous and feared knives of the world.

» Nepal
Geographically located in the south-east Asia between India and China, Nepal, a Hindu country with a population of more than 28 millions is actually believed to have existed for...
» Gorkha
About 120km west of Kathmandu, Gorkha is a small mid western district in Nepal in today’s context but with immense historic significance with a population of more than 3 million...
Title taken from “Gorkha”, also known as “Gorkhali”. People from Gorkha, especially army and soldiers from this place with whose strength king Prithivi Narayan Shah united Nepal in ...
As they were later known after the “Treaty of Saugali” in 1815. Gorkhas and British East India Company fought against each other during their military campaigns out of which ...

Company Profile

  • The Official khukuri supplier to the British Gurkha Army since 1993
  • Company owned and run by ex-Gurkha army veterans
  • Nepal's first and the largest manufacturer and wholesaler of genuine khukuris since 1991
  • Existence and experience over 25 years with worldwide recognition
  • Made by “Bishwakarmas” (Born Khukuri Makers) using the best quality materials in a very traditional way with conventional tools
  • The widest and wildest range of varieties at very reasonable prices with cheapest shipping backed up by a guaranteed online payment system
  • Established to uplifting the standard and saving the status of the Khukuri, Kamis and the age old craftsmanship of Nepal that was and still is in direstrait

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KHHI Max (Xtreme)

Built to withstand and endure the maximum force and to give out the maximum impact..


Price : US$ 99.99

Blade Size: 11 Inch

Weight: 900 Grams

12" Chinautee (Remote Village)

Chinautee is actually the exaggerated version of Nepalese word “Chinaunu”, which means to cut clean, a clear cut..


Price : US$ 64.99

Blade Size: 12 Inch

Weight: 700 Grams

Dhankute Horn (National Symbols)

Basically a simple working cum decorative knife but with a fancy scabbard that has Nepalese national symbols overlaid on its front panel..


Price : US$ 79.99

Blade Size: 9 Inch

Weight: 350 Grams

Dhankute Wooden Dragon

Ancient village in the east, Dhankuta, makes special scabbard depicting national symbols and later dragon carved in Kathmandu for more beautification...


Price : US$ 79.99

Blade Size: 10 Inch

Weight: 450 Grams