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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 in Bulk shipping costs.

So if we sell a shastar at $100 and shipping is $60, it costs $160 to customer.

But if same customer buy it from our distributor, it may just cost $130 or even less. Which include Shastar cost + Shipping + Profit.

So in this way everyone is in benefit. We get bulk sales, distributor gets discounted prices + discounted shippings plus his profit and customer get lower prices.

For more details contact us on info@akaalcreations.com or +91-9569268811

For more photos of our work go to www.akaalcreations.com

Regards

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Very nice.

How much would a tega with a wide blade like in the last picture cost and not adding any fullers?

I live in Canada by the way.

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