Information about 'Dhankute Wooden Dragon khukuri'
Dragon engraved on the blade of the khukuri (kukri) is entirely done by hand using chisel and hammer. The khukuri (kukri) being handmade, the Dragon engraving also show more craftmanship. It has no such significant meaning. This khukuri (kukri) is especially for those who love etching on the blade.The dragon khukuries are available from 4" to 48" long blade in different types of handles and scabbards.
This Dhankute khukuri derived its name from dhankuta village in eastern Nepal. Only the skilled craftsmen of this village can make this kind of khukuri (kukri). Using Rosewood for scabbard which is embellished with national symbols of Nepal such as Kings crown (Shree-pech), national bird (Danfe), national flower (Laligurans), Gurkha insignia ( cross khukuri). This khukuri (kukri) is considered as a decorative because of the priced possesed with the work done on it though the quality of the blade being the same as the working ones.
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