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Gurkhali khukuri

The Khukuri (खुकुरी), an exquisite embodiment of Nepali opulence, stands alongside the illustrious figures of Lord Buddha and the majestic Mt. Everest as a distinct symbol of “Nepali-ness”. Revered as a symbol of bravery and gallantry, this esteemed blade has earned its place in the annals of worldwide acclaim, carried proudly by the valiant Gurkha soldiers renowned for their unwavering courage. The mere sight of the Khukuri strikes fear into the hearts of adversaries and its very presence commands respect and admiration from all who have the privilege of wielding it. While once a humble tool for everyday tasks, from wood carving to the preparation of meals, the Khukuri's versatility was surpassed only by its timeless elegance. It held its place as the pinnacle of utility until the advent of kitchen knives, forever etching its legacy in the tapestry of Nepal and the broader Indian subcontinent. Amongst the myriad variations in length that the Khukuri encompasses, our esteemed collection showcases the shorter, refined variants that effortlessly complement the traditional Daura-Surwal attire. These exquisite pieces serve as resplendent decorations, adorning any space with an air of regality, or as ceremonial treasures, embodying the epitome of sophistication and refinement. Indigenous to the esteemed artisans of the Kami caste, the art of Khukuri-making finds its roots in their skilled craftsmanship, passed down through generations. Each intricately designed masterpiece exudes a sense of exclusivity and meticulous attention to detail, a testament to the artisans’ unparalleled expertise. In embracing the essence of luxury, the Khukuri stands as an emblem of Nepali heritage, immortalizing the spirit of elegance and power within its exquisitely crafted form.

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