Monday, 30 March 2015

Demand of Gurkha Khukuris in UK

The Gurkha Kukuris is a Nepalese knife which is inwardly curved edge and used as both a knife and weapon in Nepal. Many other south Asian countries also use Khukuris. This is traditionally used previously and still is used in many cases. The Nepalese are consider as perfect to use these Khukuris.

Gurkhas are recruited from Nepal to UK army as they are bought up in hills and so considered as best for light infantry where they have to fight on hilly areas. For many gurkhas service in UK army is a tradition.Any gurkha soldier always keep Gurkha Khukuris with him. The kukri is a famed knife carried by a gurkha.It is the national weapon of Nepal. Every gurkha has at least two kukri, one for traditional and ceremonial purpose and other one is for daily routine work. Sharpening kukri is in their daily routine work.