The Great Gurkha Khukuri has been manufacturing Khukuri / Kukri since 1992. We have been supplying to retailers in Nepal as well as other parts of the world actively.
From 2000 we also started own showroom or Great Gurkha Kukri House in Kathmandu, Pyafal line, Hanumandhoka. Great Gurkha Khukuri has been creating numerous designs each year and has been satisfy each customer. The design of Khukuris have now gone to a totally different level as our designs are changing each year. As a producer we always try our level best to increase the sharpness of the blade to the ultimate limit.
Despite the change of models quality, strength, reliability and dependability are never neglected. Being one of the sharpest blades in the world we have made assurance of fine finishing and extra sharpness in comparison to any other manufacturers. The tribal group called Kamis (black smith) who are dedicated in creating such stuff should always be praised. They have been in the field for generations where any one generation might be working for more than 30 years forging blades. They start forging blades from their childhood. Other thing that should be considered is: our manufacturing process and the Khukuris undergo thorough inspection and supervision by certified Mechanical Engineers on regular basis.
The errors at the time of manufacturing are therefore controlled before the product is finally made.
Special thing of our khukuri is that we subject the middle part of our Khukuri to high tempering to increase its toughness. We leave a small space at the pointy end of the blade and below the notch.
” I have been in this profession for 24 years now. This profession has been passed on to us by our forefathers and I still am continuing the same thing till date. Since, 2000 I have started my own showroom. The Khukuris that I had designed are famous till date. Tri-Chandra, Black Panawal, Gripper Handle, Afgani Kukri etc. are all my designs. Nowadays, my workers are making the designs we created. These things are being carried out in Eastern part of Nepal at our factory in Dharan. My brother is handling the factory and it’s production which has been named as Bir Gorkhali Khukuri Udhyog. We have more than 50 workers. Each people are allocated to make a specific design. Sheath makers are also classified to different people. Sheath makers (Mizar) who work with the ganjawal sheath are very hard working as the work is very tough. It is made of raw leather. Our workers have been working in this field for more than 30 years. “