Ganjawal kukri is one of the most popular kukris in the past then, It was used by the people along the countryside of Nepal. It is easy to use and handle. The blade even looks similar to that of Bhojpuri khukuri or Angkhola khukuri. This design is to be believed very old traditional khukuri design which derives it is named from the Ganjawal village in far eastern Nepal.

The materials used while making the kukri are of Highly Graded Carbon Steel. It has many small tools from the backside of the case which are very useful for a worker for his daily work such as a Toothpick, ear- cleaner, treasure, sharpener, Karda, pencil, Chisel, and a small bag to keep the fire making materials.

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