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AITIHASIK (Gorkhali Sainik)

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The replicated version in style, shape and size of the original kukri that was issued to the "Gorkhali Army" in the 18th century..

PRICE   US$ 94.99
BLADE SIZE   13 inches approx.
THICKNESS   8.5 mm approx.
ACTUAL WEIGHT 710 grams approx. OVERALL WEIGHT 975 Grams SHIPPING WEIGHT 1475 Grams
FUNCTION   Collection, Combat, Gift, Military, Outdoor, Regular work
ORIGIN   KHHI, Kathmandu, Nepal
CATEGORY   Classic_Historic
Blade Finishing   Unpolish

"Aitihasik", historic or antique is the legend of all khukuris that has a proud historic significance in Nepal. It is actually the replicated version in style, shape and size of the original kukri that was issued to the "Gorkhali Army" in the 18th century. The Gorkhali Army or famously known as the "Goorkhas" is the first recognized and documented Arm Force of Nepal that was started by King Prithivi Narayan Shah from Gorkha who went to war with a mission to unite all scattered kingdoms into one. The strong military force armed with khukuris, spears, swords and few pump guns conquered all kingdoms and united them into one kingdom, one nation in 1768 AD, which later became Nepal. The Gorkhali Army not only united Nepal but also prevented the British from invading the country who had already taken over India then. Its history dates back to mid 18th century when Gorkhali Sainik led by the king and many of his successful army generals initiated the national campaign of expanding its boarders far and further. Soldiers in the battle carried the khukuri for both reasons, as a main weapon and as a back up weapon in their armory. The famous battle of "Nalapani" in Deheradun of India, commanded by the great general Bhakti Thapa (also shown in the khukuri picture) from Gorkha's side, witnessed the Aitihasik khukuri in full action, swinging and slaughtering the British, proving it as a lethal and decisive weapon in a hand of a Gorkha.

This khukuri played such a vital and successive role and King Prithivi was so impressed that he later named some of his regiments after its name like the Narasingha Khukuri Brigade, Kaalbhairab 1st Khukuri Brigade to name a few.

The glory of Gorkha, Goorkhas and Khukuri started from this era...

- The khukuri has unpolished blade to resemble the originals
- The khukuri has two straight fullers to resemble the originals
- The shape of the blade is forged wider towards the head/upper portion, done for better swing and force
- The wooden handle is slightly curved towards the end for easier and better grip
- Its scabbard is made from special buffalo hide with embossing and patterns overlaid
- Tip or Kothi is discarded in the scabbard unlike the regular ones. This absence gives the feeling of originality and a look of very traditional khukuris
- Also designed as a solid jungle utility knife like a machete

Materials / Features:
Special buffalo leather scabbard, Rosewood handle

*** Please be notified that from now onwards ONLY the Khukuris and Knives with our official trademark (for more details Click Here) are the property of KHHI (made by KHHI) and is/are the only ones we hold responsible of and obliged to. ***

KHHI also supplies the following Promotional Materials with every shipment:

- KHHI Brochure [Company's profile, its websites, products and related]
- Info leaflet [Info of Gurkhas and Khukuri]
- 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)]