• Covid19 Crisis; the lock down goes on (till 2nd June) but we are back to full swing. DHL is organizing chartered flights in regular basis and we have already started shipping orders. Nonetheless challenge is there so your kind co-operation and understanding is highly appreciated..     read more ..


Top 5 standard Gurkha Knives of all times

18th April, 2020

Collection of the most popular and widely used (issued) Khukuri by Gurkha Army since 1858 (Indian mutiny)..

Modernization of khukuri and our ever changing catalog

19th February, 2020

How khukuri got transformed from a traditional domestic knife to an advanced multipurpose tool worldwide...

90's kukri making photo collection

25th November, 2019

Photo collection of khukuri making during early 2000 and late 1900. Includes steps in making blade, handle and scabbard.

KHHI Unit 2 (Primitive Wing and Gallery) has commenced

25th August, 2019

Do visit when you are in Nepal. The objective is to conserve and to convey the importance of the khukuri and its amazing legacy..

Kukri booklet; anything/everything about the knife

21st April, 2019

A special presentation by Saroj Lama Tamang (SLT) on/in/of/about the kukri for the general public knowledge.

At the Forge: The Birth of Khukuri

12th April, 2019

Richard Albert from England is learning the craftsmanship at KHHI. He says 'khukuri is a beautiful weapon when made right.' Read and see how he learnt to make it in right way...

Top 10 Best Selling Kukri Knives

7th December, 2018

These are the best selling kukri knives at KHHI. We have leaked this info; to make your selection and purchase more easier...

10 Places Famous for Khukuri in Nepal

4th November, 2018

10 places popularly known for Khukuri/ kukri in Nepal, order is based on popularity traditionally, historically and commercially today.

Kamismith in Danger ??

9th August, 2018

Its now or never for all khukuri lovers..15 years or so down the line there wud hardly be any khukuri makers left.

Glimpse of KHHI starting 2018

14th June, 2018

we celebrated our 27th anniversary, redesigned our website, launched 5160 Biltong PLUS kukri and started the 2018 world cup offer.


13th June, 2018

Our site's renovation work is almost done now. Just the final works and touch ups remain. We look fwd to your comments/suggestions..

The Khukuri Man

9th May, 2018

Carrying khukuri has both pros and cons. Sonam said, “It provides courage; those who carry sharp edge khukuri don’t have heart pain; removes the fear while walking in jungle at night..

LETHAL COMBO >> Tradi+Modern fusion

1st May, 2018

East meets West; Old-New combi; Tradi-Modern fusion..

Remembering 25th Apr 2015

25th April, 2018

Remembering the dreadful day and all the victims who perished and also commending the heroes who came for the rescue against all odds. 3 years today after the devastating Earthquake.

Ram Bahadur Limbu in action

22nd March, 2018

But Rambahadur’s achievement did not end when the firing died down on that hill in Sarawak. There followed trials..

Kukri: The Gurkha's national weapon

To make a complete set every Khukuri or Kukri must come with two small knives at the back. The two smaller knives used are of very similar form, but apparently of inferior metal. These are kept in little case attached to the side of the Khukuri or Kukri sheath, just as is the case with the knives attached to a Highlander's dirk.

If we didn’t kill them, they’d kill us- VC Lachhiman Gurung

In the war we focused on fighting and how to do away with the enemy. If we didn’t kill them, they killed us.

Britain honours Gurkha soldier for Afghanistan bravery

Sergeant Dip Prasad Pun, 31, of the Royal Gurkha Rifles, fired 400 rounds, launched 17 grenades and detonated a mine to thwart the assault by Taliban fighters at a British checkpoint near Babaji in Helmand province last year. The only weapon he did not use was the traditional curved Kukri knife carried by the Nepalese soldiers, because he did not have it with him.

A Gurkha NCO found in the jungle after Seven Years

6582 Naik Nakam Gurung of 2/1 GR was contacted after 7 years isolation in the Malayan jungle by a patrol of 1/10 GR on 20 October 1949 during the Malayan Emergency. During the Second World War he was moved to Malaya with his battalion on 5 September 1941, which was based at Ipoh.

Gurkha’s VC medal to be auctioned for poor

“What you can do with 110,000 pounds to help children in Nepal is fantastic,” said Richard Bishop, a consultant at London auction house Spink. “ We’re hoping the medal raises even more.”