The name is coined after the place of manufacture called Bhojpur, (eastern part of Nepal), a place historically famous for kukris (khukuries). It is Nepali traditional kukri.The Black Farmer or Village Khukuri (Kukri) is most commonly used any farm in the countryside of Nepal. As a woodcutting and general purpose tool, and is a very common agricultural and household implement in Nepal. Its use has varied from building, clearing, chopping firewood, clearing weeds, dividing perennials, slashing brush, and digging to cutting meat and vegetables, skinning animals, and opening tins. The Black Farmer or Village Khukuri (kukri) is made to perform and work hard, and quality the value is excellent. The handle is unique compared to other kukris; the metal of the blade in the handle area is flat and can be seen all around the handle. Rosewood joined strongly from both sides with three rivets which makes it stronger than the other kukri, panawal handle. It is called ‘jungle’ because no machine buffing is used in the blade but the natural high hill river stone is used to sharpen and finish the blade. It has two baby knives; one sharpener which it used for sharping original blade and another one is used for paper cutting and letter opener etc.
Handle: Rosewood, Scabbard: Water buffalo leather
Size:, Overall Length: 15 inch (38 Cm approx.)
Blade: 10" (25 Cm), Handle: 5" (12.5 Cm approx)
10"Bhojpure Panawal (black)
- Product Code: 034
- Availability: In Stock
- Ex Tax: $88.88