The two accompanying knives of a kukri, Karda (Small Utility Knife) and Chakmak (Sharpener) can play an important role as a back up kit, since carrying all necessary stuffs individually is not always possible. Moreover these are better made than the regular (ordinary) ones (temper and steel; both) so one can really rely on it for the task. The housing at the back of the throat of the scabbard keeps the two small knives firmly intact to the scabbard.
One of the knives, KARDA, has a sharp edge forged for cutting and skinning activities and the other, CHAKMAK, has blunt edges on both sides for sharpening. Both knives have steel/brass bolster and butt cap for durability and better look. The hidden tag goes all the way through the wooden/horn handle and is secured by a keeper from outside as seen in the picture.
Most contemporary kukri knives would not be complete without these two knives.