Making Of Khukuri
- Making Of Khukuri
How we make a Khukuri / Kukri Knife?
In the majestic valley of Nepal where the mighty Himalayas rules lives a community of artisans who practice an art passed down to them from generations of their forfathers. Using simple hand tools, these masters transform surplus truck spring into knives that know no equal. The men are called Bishwakarmas (which in Nepali means world markers) and from their forge come the legendary "Khukuri or Kukri"; the world’s most famous and feared knife.
Learn how kamis make Khukuri/ Kukri Knife? Kamis (Blacksmith) are the makers of these knives who make handmade khukuris at KHHI. We are making handmade traditional khukuris/ knives since 1991. The objective of this page is to show these masters at work. The step by step process of making a kukri. Also to make all viwers relaize the hardship, commitment and tolerance of the Bishwakarmas to achieve their goal.
The process of making a kukri includes making blade, handle, and sheath/scabbard. You can also witness the Gurkha Kukri Knife making process at Khukuri House Handicraft Industry (KHHI), Nepal in our youtbue channel, and Facebook. If your are in Nepal, dont hesitate to visit our factory +showroom in Patan, Kathmandu.
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