Gurkha Khukuri is famous for its use during the 1st and 2nd world war which makes it one of the historical weapons and is desired by many people as a souvenir from Nepal. Gurkha Kukri knife is the trusted and certified supplier of khukuri to different parts of the world. Khukuri is an inward curved knife which holds a great historical significance to all Nepalese. Because of this major role during the world war, its craftsmen ship, its strong and majestic appearance and due its symbolic, historical and traditional importance to all Nepalese, people from all around the world desires to take it as a souvenir.
The Kukri which can be spelled and pronounced either Khukri or Khukuri as well is a national weapon of Nepal which is traditionally made by hand by skilled craftsmen of Nepal. The blade of a khukuri is made of strong and durable metal which is curved inwardly in shape. It has been on use from centuries in Nepal as a combat weapon and also used for house hold works. It was, and in many cases still is, the basic and traditional utility knife of the Nepali people and symbolic weapon for all Gurkha regiments throughout the world and Nepal Army signifying the courage and valor of the bearer in the battlefield.