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BhojPure (Nepali)

BhojPure (Nepali)

It is more than just a cutting knife for a farmer- in fact its his partner and his safe keeper - Heartily loved by all Nepalese..


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BhojPure Khukuri (Nepali) 

A historic, iconic, old and treasured khukuri with traditional and religions values in Nepalese culture.

A Bhojpure khukuri is fatter and heavier than the standard army knives. The blade is also made thicker to ease and quicken the cutting action. Since it is basically a cutting knife it is kept/made very simple. BhojPure these days are the modernized version of its older counterparts. They have been better finished to give better look and appeal. A BhojPure is an outstanding working knife that can be also be used in rough condition. It also makes an excellent and unique gift since the knife is historic, iconic and has religious values.

Heartily loved by all Nepalese.. the ALL TIME FAVOURITE :) 

 

Why this kukri is called "BhojPure" ?

Bhojpur, a far eastern hilly village of Nepal where farming is the prime source of livelihood is famous for its khukuris (Local Production). The khukuri is named after this very old village as it is the origin source. Amongst the number of khukuris created and made by Bhojpures this format is the most famous of all that directly links the knife to the village. The original BhojPures dates back to many centuries but the exact dates and details are sketchy as it was never documented.

 

Why Bhojpure Khukuri ? usage, beliefs and tradition

an old Bhojpure kukri carried in sash by farmers

Farmers used it and still use it to accomplish their daily domestic and livelihood activities that require cutting and hacking. Their everyday routine of performing household choirs and various farming activities that involve a sharp edge is accomplished by this locally forged kukri. Along with other essentials farmers carry their personal BhojPure Kukris, and by it do just about anything that is required from a sharp edge and metallic tool to make a successful living. Its also a weapon to safeguard own self from predators and offenders.

It is more than just a cutting knife for a farmer- in fact its his partner and his safe keeper. BhojPure because it is old and treasured khukuri has its own traditional and religions values in Nepalese culture. It is believed that a BhojPure khukuri would bring good fortune and prosperity when kept at home, it would also safe guard a home from evil and Satan spirits, would help a man sleep well when kept under his pillow, a bridegroom carries his ancestral BhojPure khukuri in his sash during marriage ceremony to represent his entire family and some typical families discard a BhojPure khukuri belonging to the dead man in his last rite believing it would scare away all evil spirits and take its master to heaven. All most all Nepalese keep the BhojPure kukri at home primarily because of these above beliefs.


Size of blade: 10 inch appox.
Materials: Water buffalo leather scabbard, rosewood handle, 2 x small knives KARDA CHAKMAK
Origin: Bhojpur, Eastern Nepal

 

Specification

  • Actual Weight (gm): 575
  • Overall weight (gm): 825
  • Shipping weight (gm): 1125
  • Blade finishing: Polished
  • Blade sharpness: Standard (very sharp)
  • Blade material: 5160
  • Place of Origin: Bhojpur, Eastern Nepal
  • Accompanying knives/B-up: Karda Chakmak
  • Blade thickness (mm): 10
  • Handle finishing: Polish
  • Sheath: Black Leather
  • Tang type: Stick
  • Fixture: Brass
  • Edge grinding: Semi convex
  • Edge Hardness: 55-57 hrc
  • Blade (panel) Grinding: Full Flat
  • Function: Indoor, Gift, Domestic use, Outdoor, Regular Work

KHHI also supplies the following Promotional Materials with every shipment:

  • KHHI Warranty Card [1 year Guarantee + Lifetime Warranty]
  • KHHI Brochure [Company's profile, its websites, products and related]
  • KHHI Manual [Tips and techniques on handling, maintaining and using a Khukuri]
  • Design Khukuri Pamphlet [Custom-design your own khukuri/ knife through KHHI]
  • Letter from MD [An official letter addressed by the MD himself to the buyer]
  • Letter of Declaration [Letter of authenticity and confidence declared by FHAN (Federation of Handicraft Association of Nepal)]

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Reviews (2)

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I have received the above Kukri and am very satisfied with the quality and your excellent service.

This is my second Kukri from you and I wanted to display them so I have made stands out of Australian Blackwood which is a very hard but attractive material. For your information, I have included three photographs showing the stands. The first Kukri I have left in its sheath but with the second one, I wanted to display the blade. The stand for this incorporates four strong magnets in a knife-shaped recess that allows the Kukri to be securely held and display the attributes of its manufacture. This way I can show off the workmanship on both of them to my friends and visitors. I hope this is of interest.

Regards,
Thomas Smith

Date: 20th November, 2020

Thomas Smith


My first knife

just received my first order(2 knives) and this Bhojpure is very nice indeed. lovely handle of which can also be said of the KARDA & CHAKMAK too. love the weight of this village use knife and the good sized handle that has an almost used feel to it due to the comfort hold you get. express my gratitude to BHAKTA (4) please for this impressive knife

With much appreciation Steve.

bhojpure kukri review by stevehandle of bhojpure khukuri

Date: 23rd February, 2019

Steve England