Khukuris are known worldwide, but few people know just how much hard work and skill goes into making one let alone forging a khukuri by hand. At Kailash blades we make Nepalese knives as well as more modern blades all using traditional techniques. as well as some more modern ones when the design needs it. We're currently entering a competition which will be judged by Jason knight, with a part of the entry requirements being that the knife (a 15.5" mutiny with stacked leather handle) has video of the entire knife being made from start to finish. This is the first part of that process, going from a chunk of leaf spring and having the "Falo" or blank hammered out. More to follow. EDIT: Full video added as the fb uploads were glitchy.