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  1. 18thC Indo Persian Tulwar Sword - message me for full informationExcellent Tulwar in superb condition with a very strong triple fullered blade.Hilt has beautiful design-work and the sword has the bladesmith's marks. 18thC Indo Persian Khanda Sword - message me for full information Over 47 inches long and in high quality steel workmanship. Close-up of original confirms the marriage between blade and hilt is original. The huge blade has a T-section along the back from hilt to just short of the tip indicating the power these swords wield. The blade is considerably t
  2. Finding quality shastars in India is like trying to find that proverbial needle in a hay stack. So, brothers/sisters, do any of you have recommendations as to where high-quality, functional tulwars are being made in Punjab (or Delhi)? Your recommendations are appreciated. On that same note, if anyone has recommendations as to where to purchase puratan shastars, ideally made of wootz, that is also appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  3. Is there anywhere in Canada that you would recommend buying good shastars from? Not the regular show piece ones, something good and usable. Like 3 footy kirpans, khandas, katars, etc What should I look out for?
  4. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh! Why is literature on Indian martial arts so rare? There are countless books on Chinese, Japanese and Korean martial arts, but probably only about 5 Kalaripayattu books, and only 4 Gatka books (two in English and two in Punjabi). The first Gatka book was published in 1936 by K. S. Akali. He refers to Gatka as a ‘sport’ and exponents as ‘players’. No association to Sikh warriorhood, etc. And the pentra doesn’t seem correct. Also, it only covers the soti; no dhal talvar, barcha, etc. Then there is Nanak Dev Singh Khalsa’s
  5. Are there any good Shastar makers out there who produce high quality products, at a reasonable rate, and also deliver overseas? If so, please post their details here. Thank you very much.
  6. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh We produce some very high quality Shastars. Tulwar, Khanda, Pech Kabj, Khanjars, Nagni Blade Swords, Special Taksali Swords, High Quality Wedding Swords, Gold and Silver Inlay work Swords and much More. Sending a single piece of shastar to UK/US/CAN/AUS is very expensive. As we have to pay extra to couriers to get them through. That money is taken by courier companies and is customers loss. So to save on this courier charges, we purpose distributors in following countries who will buy shastars in bulk at discounted prices and will also save a lot i
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