Ex-Gurkha Khukuri House is registered under Industry Business Act 2049,Section 3(ka) and under the same Act,Article 4 & 5 in section 10,and has registered at Nepal Government Company Register Office(Reg No: 87739/065/066), and also registered in Chamber of Commerce and federation of Handicraft Association of Nepal.Ex-gurkha khukuri house has a wide range of varieties (More than 200 items) based on Traditional, Army, Decorative, Souvenir, working blades etc. The company is the official suplier of the khukuris to the British Gurkha Unit, Marine Corps, Nepal Army, Nepal Police and Indian Gurkas. In course of time we have also supplied khukuries to the Pakistan, USA, German Embassies, Travel companies, Manpower Companies, Group 4 Security, UNMIN, The carter center and Banks as well. We do have two showrooms located at thamel-29 & lazimpat infront of the hotel Radisson respectively and our office is located at Thamel -29, A-one Bussiness Building, Second Floor. Wholsaling , Exporting and online Marketing is done in our office. We have our factory in Dharan(eastern Nepal) ,650 kilometers far from Kathmandu,named New Bishwakarma Khukuri Udyog(Reg No:322/056/057) The factory is under the chairmanship of Mr. Nawaraj Ramdam. It’s been about 10 years that he’s been manufacturing Khukuris.More than 200 Metal smith(kamis ) from bhojpure, salyan, dhankuta and chainpure are employed in the factory. Our craftsmen are so efficient and dedicated that they are able to produce any type of the khukuris in any said design and engrave with artistic patterns on special order.
A Gurkha soldier who single-handedly fought off an attack on his base by up to 30 Taliban insurgents is among several British service personnel being honoured for their outstanding bravery.
Acting Sergeant Dipprasad Pun, 31, exhausted all his ammunition and at one point had to use the tripod of his machine gun to beat away a militant climbing the walls of the compound. He is awarded the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross.
Royal Marine Captain Jack Anrude receives the Military Cross after he carried a badly wounded Afghan soldier to safety despite himself being shot in the head and arm.
Leading a patrol of special forces into a village in Sangin suspected of having links to the Taliban, Anrude – along with one of his men and one of the Afghan soldiers – were ambushed by a gunman, but despite serious wounds Anrude managed to carry the heavily bleeding soldier back to the vehicle.
Anrude, from Purley in Surrey, paid tribute to the marines in his troop, including two who died during last year's tour, Scott Taylor, 20, from Buxton, and Anthony Hotine, 21, from Warminster in Wiltshire.
He said: "I wouldn't have got the award if it wasn't for the lads and their professionalism and courage."
Alexander Tostevin of the Royal Marines is awarded a Mention in Despatches for his bravery on sentry duty at Patrol Base Blenheim in Sangin. Tostevin was shot in the head and knocked to the ground but got to his feet and returned fire so two of his comrades could get to safety.
His citation read: "Tostevin remained steadfast at his sentry position, only seeking medical assistance once the patrol was out of danger, by which time he was suffering with deep shock."
The 21-year-old from Guernsey, said: "I was over the moon when I heard the news.
"I know a few other lads who also got shot through the helmet and carried on – I feel very privileged."
Squadron Leader Matthew Roberts of the RAF is awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for his courage in picking up two seriously injured US soldiers under heavy fire, while Warrant Officer Stephen Bowden, also of the RAF, receives the Queen's Gallantry Medal for helping bring a devastating fire under control at one of the largest military bases in Helmand.