GGK 12" Siru Sirupate Khukuri / Kukri Knife Sati Sal Wood Handles w/ Sheath

GGK 12" Siru Sirupate Khukuri / Kukri Knife Sati Sal Wood Handles w/ Sheath
Great Gurkha Khukuri (GGK) was founded in 1992 A.D by Purna Darnal. The founder has been in this profession from his early childhood playing with the tools his father worked with. This profession has been passed on to us by his forefathers and we are continuing the same profession till date.

Our founder’s passion for producing high quality handmade blades has been driving him in this field with the sole purpose of making the finest handmade kukris (Khukuri in Nepali) up- keeping tradition alive. He has gone through many hardships and has traveled to different rural villages to acquire more & more information about kukris, their design & manufacturing. In these almost 30 years he has many acquaintances at home and abroad receiving great suggestions and advice for the blades.

We are very indebted for the love well-wishers have poured upon and for the techniques they have lent. Also we have been receiving many antique samples for reproduction from customers abroad as they have a firm belief upon that “Purna is the master for keeping the traditional blend alive”.

After setting the showroom at Hanumandhoka at early 2000 we now have a forge near the showroom where upto 10 people including blacksmiths & scabbard makers work at a time. The kukris that we have designed are famous till date. Tri-Chandra, Black Panawal, Gripper Handle, Afgani Kukri etc. are all GGK old designs. However with the changing time we have been reproducing old kukris in modern form with the old detail and design of the blade intact. Modern sirupate, Hancy killer, Yalambar, Vuke, Butcher knife etc are our new designs loved by many kukri passionates.

We love to impart the knowledge gained in due course of time with people from different parts of the world who can access our kukris & knives via website. Then they can get sufficient knowledge on any particular kukri and place their order. Customers have multiple choices as we have diverse blade portfolios. The price is very reasonable with assured lifetime guarantee on our blades with replacement warranty.

With our dedicated team of professionals, we assign jobs to the workers according to their knowledge and expertise. Some work on forging, some on making handles, some work on sharpness and finally finishing touch is done under the close supervision of our master bladesmith Mr. Purna Darnal himself. Until and unless the founder gets satisfied with the final produce he doesn’t put it for sale.

A very strong team of ours that our founder has been leading since the last 30 years is fully dedicated to making the best kukris & knives to satisfy our customers. Our team believes in hard work and designing & forging the best knives to present to this world. You can have a firm belief on GGK to make the best kukris there are.
12" Siru Sirupate Khukuri is a native multi-utility tool with characteristics of a real functional weapon added in our khukuri fleet. 

About Khukuri

Sirupate is the name derived from the name of grass “Siru”. It is a long and thin pointed grass, so the shape of the khukuri blade is very much alike that of Siru. The blade length with the standardized size is a ferocious weapon with the power of clean decapitation. Purna’s well hand-forged, controlled heat treatment has made the blade strong with long-lasting durability.
Historically this khukuri was used by Limbu and Rai people of eastern Nepal assisting them in their daily works. It was a matter of pride in owning this khukuri for every household. Keeping that legacy alive GGK has reproduced this Sirupate in modern execution with full tang handle to meet the expectation of westerners. Originally this khukuri has rat-tail tang but GGK modified into full tang well epoxied by a gorgeous wooden handle with engraved grooves and ridges for powerful uphold of the blade in the fists. The diamond keeper has secured the buttcap with astonishing looks.

About Khukuri Blade

“Siruparte” a new successor in traditional series showcasing its sturdy exquisite blade in modern execution with stunning satin finish looks. A rich heritage built by GGK in modern-traditional aesthetics is now available for order.

A visually stunning razor-sharp blade adorned with a beautiful design of blood groove (locally called Aaunlo Bal) has modified brass inlays and gorgeous looking chho “notch” depicting the symbol of “trident”. The razor-sharp edge is very useful for cutting, splitting, slicing, hacking and much more. The khukuri is best suited for domestic chores because of its small size.
The blade's distinctive forward drop is intended to act as a weight on the end of the blade and make the khukuri fall on the target faster and with more power.

About Khukuri Scabbard 

The khukuri comes in well designed brown leather scabbard of the highest quality and has good retention power of holding the blade. Two small knives namely Karda and Chakmak made from high-quality spring steel iron “special feature of GGK” comes with it.
The lanyard hole allows a leather chord/ thong to go through that can be tied through your wrists or belt saving your survival tool from losing even in the slippery and wet conditions. Craftsmanship along with well-designed scabbard on this khukuri is amazing which will leave its owner with no regrets.
A powerful real multi-functional utility weapon GGK has offered to the valued customers.


  • Name: 12" Siru Sirupate Khukuri / Kukri
  • Overall Length: 17.00"
  • Blade Length: 12.00"
  • Blade Steel: High Carbon steel
  • Upper Spine Thickness: 0.31"
  • Handle Material: Sati Sal Wood
  • Handle Length: 5.00"
  • Sheath: Khahare Peepal (a type of fig tree) wood and raw goat leather
  • Weight: 18.16 ounces without sheath; 24.98 ounces with sheath
  • Country of Origin: Nepal

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