Collection of Traditional and Modern Sirupate Kukri

A Sirupate Kukri is one of the most distinguishable Kukri from the entire collection of traditional Kukris. It has a light body and is slightly longer in length than the rest of the Kukris. A Sirupate Kukri is a great knife to pick up for the daily functional use in typical Nepali household and field works.
The origination of this exquisite Kukri design comes from Eastern Nepal, Dharan. The real history for the date of origin isn’t quite traceable but it was already popular in Nepali households during the early 19th century. However, this Kukri was compared with Drabya Shah, the king of Nepal in mid-1500 so, it must have been in use since then. This traditional Kukri is still in demand that denotes its widespread popularity and reliability.
The name Sirupate for this Kukri is inspired by the hilly region fauna of Nepal i.e. Siru plant. The shape of this Kukri is typically comparable to the leaf of the “Siru” plant and a leaf is called “Paat” in the Nepali language. This is how this Kukri is named “Sirupate”. Sirupate Kukri from FAMOUS GURKHA KUKRI HOUSE is the reflection of our passion and love for Kukri’s history, Gurkha heritage, and Himalayan culture.
Sirupate Kukri is one of the handiest Kukris which are available in almost every home in Nepal. This Kukri is quite flexible in its use. It can be used as a kitchen tool, like an axe to cut wood, as a melee to cut off objects, and also for various chopping, slicing, and whacking purposes. 
 
Body:
The Sirupate Kukri is available in its traditional form as well a modern touch is given to this Kukri to make it handy for present use which is the modern Sirupate Kukri. 
Famous Gurkha Kukri House provides a wide range of Kukris in Sirupate traditional and modern collections: active Sirupate Kukri, historical Sirupate Kukri, present Sirupate Kukri, 6-inch Sirupate Kukri, and many more.
 
Features:
The Sirupate Kukris are amongst the light-weighted Kukri’s collection. They are always in use and highly demanded amongst Nepali locals. The Kukri has easy-to-handle features and the length and weight of Kukri make a balanced effect. Armies use this Kukri in their camps and travel to extreme locations. The lightweight feature of this Kukri enables us to travel light, thus, it is travel friendly as well. Besides being easy to use and functional this Kukri has a unique feature of balance as well. One perfectly made Sirupate Kukri can even be balanced on the surface of your nail.
 
One authentic Sirupate Kukri from our collection is available in a variety of sizes. You have the access to easily surf through the collection of our traditional and modern Sirupate Kukris and all description about the blade is mentioned there. 
Many of our overseas customers have used this Kukri and reordered it with customized sizes of blades and handles for their comfort and to get a perfect grip. This Kukri is so loved and widely appreciated for its modernization that people want to get it handier by customizing the parts to have the perfect grip on the Kukri.
 
Uses:
This longer and lighter weighted Kukri can be used as a machete for outdoor cuttings and an indoor kitchen knife. Even though it’s longer than usually seen knives the lightweight feature makes it easy to cut with more coverage in a single swing.
The Sirupate Kukri is an inseparable part of Nepali culture. It is used in ceremonies, occasions, and religious functions to perform the traditional art of Nepali dance where the Kukri is used as a prop. This dance is named as Kukri dance and is also performed by the Nepali army and Gurkha regiments during various national days.
 
Traditional and modern Sirupate kukri
The traditional Sirupate Kukri is not like a typical Kukri having a steep elbow and steep angle design. It has more of a subtle design. This blade is almost straight, only a subtle slope is seen. It’s relatively thick and is a pretty substantial and heavy blade. The typical traditional Sirupate Kukri is half tang; it is partially into the wood.
This is a blade that was designed to be used probably out in the field. It has a thick scabbard for the blade. The traditional form of this Kukri has been one of the most worldwide accepted forms of Kukri. They are available with the set of Chakmak and Karda. These sets of small knives, blades are available with every Kukri we sell. Their main purpose is to light a fire, sharpen the kukri, and to use it as a small cutting tool.
 
The modern Sirupate Kukri was made by our group of skilled Kamis in Nepal- an inborn Kukri maker. They have made these Kukris by just grabbing the gist of the idea of the new design and have poured their hard work and caliber to deliver this magnificent blade. The Chakma of the modern Sirupate is pointed enough to help you start a fire using the friction method in extreme situations. The karda is now of a very functional width and length blade. The karda can itself be used as a good small knife for slicing and chopping.
The modern Sirupate has a much secured blade handle. The slight hollow grind on the blade makes it even lighter than the traditional one while the profile is still the same. It is suitable for both as a utility tool and a fighting knife. This modification includes the Chakma as well as the karda. The karda is a bit larger for increasing usefulness. It can be made up of full tang and stick tang, wooden or metal.
 
We, FAMOUS GURKHA KUKRI HOUSE as a kukri making company bring history alive through the art and science of hand forging knives and blades. The modernized Sirupate Kukri carries the overall spirit and design of the original blade but makes it more lighter and useful tool as per modern needs. 

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