Cheetlange Kukri

The Cheetlange Kukri gets its name from a village in Eastern Nepal, where this Khukuri is made. This Khukuri is regarded as a prestigious establishment of the people from Cheetlang village because it is beautifully handcrafted, by the technique that has been passed down for generation and generation. A Cheetlange kukri is a simple basic Khukuri with a highly decorative Scabbard. The handle of the Khukuri is made up of Indian Rosewood. This Khukuri is somewhat similar to Sirupate khukuri, but with a narrower blade. The blade is made up of highly graded carbon steel (Car and jeep leaf spring, 5160). The handle is rosewood. The handle is glued together using traditional Nepali glue called Laha. The unique thing about the scabbard is that it is decorated unlike another scabbard, which is made up of Indian Rosewood. This Khukuri is used for general purposes like chopping woods, cutting meats, etc.

Every kukri has been handmade and the quality used in the process of making the kukri is of the best quality. You never have to worry about the quality as we never compromise on the quality. The khukuri is mostly made full-tang so, that it is safe to use. The full tang blade means that the blade has gone up to the end of the handle which means the kukri is strong enough to chop or cut any hard materials. The Gurkha khukuri has always been something that we can be proud of. Our forefather has given us the reason to be proud. They show their bravery by fighting with the kukri in the hand.

The Gurkha khukuri is the hand-made crafts everybody wants to have it. The khukuri has a semi-polished blade so it doesn’t get rust easily.  It is always safe to have the kukuri then to have a bullet. Anywhere you do not have to worry about the quality we provide you the world-wide shipping.

The Famous Gurkha Khukuri house has been established with the motto of providing a better quality of khukuri with the modern model of the khukuri. Most of the Khukuri is custom design by our own owner Arjun Satyal. He has been working in this field for more than 10 years. In the group of the khukuri dealers he is called the “Don Of Khukuri”. He believed bin customer satisfaction than just earring money. According to him, Business is not done for a one time only it is for the lifetime so, he believes in customer satisfaction.

Taking about the history of Kukri it has its own untold story. Basically, the kukri was made for chopping the things later on it was used as a weapon. The kukri is inwardly curved usually use in chopping things.  At past kukri were especially useful as hunting tools in the stone age(cave era). The oldest known Kukri still in existence today belonged to the first king of Gorkha – Drabya Shah. This ancient Kukri – dated around 1559 AD, is housed for public display at the National Museum of Nepal in Chhauni, Kathmandu. Though the exact origin of Kukri has not been well documented, rough traces of the origin of Kukri have been linked by the researches with the domestic sickles of the prehistoric period. Use of Knives/Swords similar in design to that of Kukri has also been mentioned in as early as the Alexander the Great’s invasion tie. Khukri has its own untold story to tell. Gurkha knives are famous all around the world. I use to wonder why my Grandfather uses to say be go away while chopping the bamboo or any other things. Now I know at past the khukuri was half screw drive which means the blade was up to half of the handle. But if you see today’s knife it is full tang which means the blade is up to the end of the handle.

Once you use it you automatically want to share with your friends and family.

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