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vjkkvjkf dasan das has Shastar for sale again...

email me on singh_the_end@hotmail.co.uk for more pictures

dhanvaad vjkkvjkf

you certainly have a treasure , you dig around for hobby? :D

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These r nice Shasters I have seen a khanda in a shop in Patiala apart from jambiya sword.

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Beautiful horse mutha.

Really want it, it seems to be like the old muthay as well (small). Would fit perfectly in my small hands and I love horses.

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Sardar ji, is the gold handled tegha sharp (cutting standard), or does it need to be sharpened? Also wat price wud u b willing to part ways with it?

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@gianbansingh these are all sold.

i have a gold mutha damascus tegha for sale.

Where did you get the Shastar's originally Singh Ji??

Do you know any places to buy online? or by mobile?

That would ship to UK, Canada, India?

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