|Blade material:||Highly graded carbon steel|
|Handle material:||Rosewood handle|
|Sheath material:||“Khare pipal” (a type of fig tree) wood and water buffalo leather|
It is a 10.5” raw iron Black Panawal khukuri.
It is a heavy hunting type of khukuri with razor sharp blade.
Regionally it is famous with name ‘Bhojpure” as Bhojpur a place in Eastern Nepal has brought-up many brave Gurkhas .
It gives a pride for a owner serving as a real functional weapon.
It is little heavy but the heavier blade provides for an excellent power.
Downward distinctive slope of the blade has the ability of powerful and accurate cuts. So, Nepalese people prefer to own it.
Functionally it is used to during combat and fighting along with other major purposes such as cutting wood, butchering meat, cleaning bushes etc.
Two small knives namely Karda & Chakmak are also part of this kukri. Karda is the sharp small knife which is typically used for carving, digging holes, skinning animals, eating, preparing kindling, whittling wood, etc. Similarly, we have Chakmak that is typically used for honing the blade and striking sparks for fire.