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Discussion in 'Himalayan Imports' started by munk, Apr 3, 2006.
Smoke for all in need.
(नमस्ते Bura, positive thoughts and best wishes from NZ.
*billows of smoke*
Smoke from Southern Illinois.
the least i can do is hope that everything will be back in place,
Smoke for Bura ..
Smoke from the desert.
Will be included in my prayers as well. Thanks for letting us know Munk.
I have five HI blades... Two of Kumar's, three of Bura's.
All fine pieces, but the Bura 15" AK is the one I have hanging as an example of what a Khukuri is to me.
Healing thoughts, prayers, smoke.
This is my first post on this forum. I have been a lurker here for some time now. My first HI khukuri was the 16.5" Chiruwa AK by Bura. It is an incredible strong and beautiful knife. When I hold it in my hand I feel stronger somehow. I'm not familiar with the traditions or the religion of the kamis and the people of Nepal but I feel the need to express my great respect for this man and his work. I pray for him to get well.
Prayers from Sweden
I have many Bura khukuris. One in particular, I found in UB/Yangdu Inventory shed. It had been used extensively as a garden tool from the looks of it. I asked UB if I could buy it as I hated to see Buras work laying there like a lost orphan. He agreed to sell it to me. I fixed it up as best I could and still use it to this day. Surapati . I think of him and UB every time I use it. Yes, I use it for the same purpose as Yangdu or UB did. I'm a sentimental old fool. Prayers gone out for a fine craftsman.
Prayers for Bura and family/friends.
Prayers and Best Wishes for the Old Master!
Best wishes to Bura. Let's hope he recovers again.
I am so sorry to hear this. All the best from me and my kith and kin to Bura and his.
Smoke and prayers from Iowa. Bura's a tough guy, and we're all rooting for him.