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The Khanda is the very representation of the Sikh Community and among all swords it holds the same importance to Sikhs & other Indian warriors as the katana does to the Japanese Samurai. A weapon of last resort, with a supremely beautiful blade, meant to used for the drawing cut it has been part of the Indian Armoury from a long time. The word Khanda comes from the word Khadga, which means Sword, and is also derived from "Khand" which means to destroy.

The Khanda is the very representation of the Sikh Community and among all swords…

The Khanda is the very representation of the Sikh Community and among all swords it holds the same importance to Sikhs & other Indian warriors as the katana does to the Japanese Samurai. A weapon of last resort, with a supremely beautiful blade, meant to used for the drawing cut it has been part of the Indian Armoury from a long time. The word Khanda comes from the word Khadga, which means Sword, and is also derived from "Khand" which means to destroy.

The Khanda is the very representation of the Sikh Community and among all swords…

Indian sosun pattah sword, mid 17th century. Damascus steel, silver, wood, velvet Measurements: overall length 89.2 cm The old Indian hilt is finely forged, with characteristic plate guard and delicate silver inlay overall. the long, broad blade of Hindu form has a shallow fuller and broad tip. The forte features Genoa-type marks and an inlaid brass disk. The sword is presented in its velvet-covered wooden scabbard.

Indian sosun pattah sword, mid 17th century. Damascus steel, silver, wood, velvet Measurements: overall length 89.2 cm The old Indian hilt is finely forged, with characteristic plate guard and delicate silver inlay overall. the long, broad blade of Hindu form has a shallow fuller and broad tip. The forte features Genoa-type marks and an inlaid brass disk. The sword is presented in its velvet-covered wooden scabbard.

The khanda (from Sanskrit खड्ग khaḍga) is an Indian double-edge straight sword. Created by the Rajputs

The khanda (from Sanskrit खड्ग khaḍga) is an Indian double-edge straight sword. Created by the Rajputs

Unusual South Indian Double-bladed Bichwa dagger

Antique Oriental & Indian Arms & Armour, Islamic & Tribal Swords & Weapons from around the world. Assorted antique ethnographic weapons & swords - indo-Persian, Caucasian and Russian, Indian-Naga-India-Asia-Thailand-Burma-Arabia-Hindu swords-Islamic sword

Indian (mughal) steel mace, eight knife edged flanges below a rounded finial, cylindrical haft with a Khanda sword type basket hilt. Length 39.75 inches.

Indian (mughal) steel mace, eight knife edged flanges below a rounded finial, cylindrical haft with a Khanda sword type basket hilt.

Indian shishpar (flanged mace), probably late 18 or early 19 century. The flanged head with its five blades is 6 inches tall. Handle is in the shape of a Khanda sword basket hilt, 9 inches long with the pommel spike. Total length 38 inches. http://www.oriental-arms.co.il/

Indian shishpar (flanged mace), probably late 18 or early 19 century. The flanged head with its five blades is 6 inches tall. Handle is in the shape of a Khanda sword basket hilt, 9 inches long with the pommel spike. Total length 38 inches. http://www.oriental-arms.co.il/

Closeup view:  Copper-hilted Firanghi Sword Dated: 18th century Culture: Indian Place of Origin: India Measurements: overall length: 43in (1090mm). Blade length: 35in (890mm)

Closeup view: Copper-hilted Firanghi Sword Dated: century Culture: Indian Place of Origin: India Measurements: overall length: Blade length:

Indian firangi (an Indian word meaning ‘foreigner’) , a sword type which used blades manufactured in Western Europe and imported by the Portuguese, or made locally in imitation of European blades. 18-19 century. Blade 37 inches, total length 48 inches.

Indian firangi (an Indian word meaning ‘foreigner’) , a sword type which used blades manufactured in Western Europe and imported by the Portuguese, or made locally in imitation of European blades.

Indian flanged horsemans mace, 17th to 18th century, uncleaned untouched condition. 36 1/4 inches long. Mace head is 4". Flange section is 2 1/8 inches.

Indian flanged horsemans mace, to century, uncleaned untouched condition. Mace head is Flange section is 2 inches.