The Mini jungle Majhi Khukuri is one of the new product which has been one of the indigenous people of Nepal. These indigenous people have their own culture, dress, and language. These groups of people are very helpful. Majhi has a deeper relationship with the bank of the river. Since they go for fishing in the bank every day. Majhi’s are used medium size khukuri for their daily work in the river and domestic uses. The khukuri has been named after them. The Mini jungle Majhi Khukuri knives are specially used for cleaning the entire seafood. This khukuri can also be used for daily use as the size of the Mini jungle Majhi Khukuri is of the medium size which can be used in the daily work for the means of survival purposes.
Noe describing the overall look of the khukuri, this khukuri is about the length of 32 cm and which is about 420 grams. And the length of the Gurkha khukuri is made with the best quality of carbon steel. And the total length of the blade is 20.5 cm with a total weight of 330 grams. The handle length is about 11.5 cm and it is made with the rosewood, brass bolster, the thickness of the spine is 6.5 mm and the scabbard of the khukuri is made with the black leather with the belt frog. The brass scabbard cap is used in the scabbard and inside the scabbard, the usual process of making the search is used which is made with the Indian rosewood.
Famous Gurkha khukuri House highly recommends that the wooden parts on all kukri are treated with the appropriate timber oil or wood treatment prior to use to protect and prolong the life of the timber. All of our exquisite Kukri’s are hand-made and as such there will be variations in size, weight, timber color, and other such features that make them unique and distinguishable from machine-made imitations. Buyers must be 18 yrs and over to purchase any knife or sword. Please note that the kukri is shipped directly from Nepal.
Every material used in this khukuri is of the best quality. These crafts are made with their hands. The Gurkha Khukuri is taken as the symbol of the bravery shown by the Brave Gurkha at the time of the war. The khukuri has always been the symbol of the Proud for Nepali.