It is very much alike to the Bhojpure Khukuri. However, the blade is
different than Bhojpure. It is forged in a different manner and is
perhaps one of the most difficult to craft. It is also called budhune
Khukuri (budhune, one the oldest design kukri made in Nepal). It is
made in angkhola Village (Eastern Nepal). It has a Buffalo leather
covered cotton-wood sheath. The knife is 15" long while the blade
measures 10" and weighs 800 grams. The handle is made of buffalo Horn
or Rose Wood, where the metal of the blade in the handle area is flat
and not narrow and pointed as in other knives (full tang). The blade is
therefore visible all around the handle. The handle is joined strongly
to the blade with two metal rivets that can also be seen at the sides.
The total shipping weight including display wooden stand with packing
will 2.00 kg.