Purano Dal (Old Regiment) Kukri v.1.
Based on History.
A fine historical based Kukri based on traditional antique Kukri knives from the
late 1700´s to mid 1800´s when the Kingdom of Nepal and the Gurkhas
was being made.
The Purano Dal Kukri was created as a leathal light weight Kukri for easy use,
quick movements and precision, keeping warfare, battle and warriors of 200 years ago
This Kukri is Heriage Knives take on
the Hanshee blade and other Kukris as used during the unification of Nepal (mid-late 18th C) and the Anglo-Gorkha War 1814-1816.
Imported New Spring Steel / Rosewood / Stainless
Blade 35,5 cm
Handle 13 cm incl. bolster
Overall 46,5 cm
Bolster and Buttplate
Stick tang attached to buttplate
Ca. 450 g
Scabbard of black leather covered wood
with Karda and Chakmak
The Purano Dal Kukri honours the men and women of the
Old Regiment, the Old Gorkhali Army, that fought battles near and far for the
Kingdom of Gorkha which became Nepal,
many of the soldiers were later recruited into the
British East India Company's Army.
This tradition that today means Gurkhas/Gorkhas serve in the Indian Army,
British Army and Singapore Police Force besides the Nepalese Army.
approach to knives and Kukris is different in many ways then the norm around here.
Our Blades are made for use and reliable, guranteed by our warranty.
We started due to not finding the quality we wanted and today make blades we have tested, examined and passed, there is Honour and Respect behind them.
Heritage Knives =
Respect - Heritage - Innovation - Functionality - Quality.
Our blades are made for use and thus our material is choosen accordingly.
Heritage Knives standard means International Standards
because we respect our craft and you the user.
Trustworthy & reliable blades, Heritage Knives
makes functional Kukri knives with quality and innovation.
If you are looking for a longer handle, i.e. a Hanshee / Lambendh, check out the
Heritage Knives is always original and forge blades with a purpose, from 4 inch to 18 inch blades.
Further reading on the Nepalese Military Kukri,
based on Dr. Benjamin Judkins´article "Identifying and collecting the Nepalese Military Kukri."