A type of Indian sword with a heavy, straight blade that widens at the top.
Persian word for dagger.
An Indian dagger with recurved blade and large lunette pommels that are usually made of ivory plates.
An Indian type of dagger.
Alternate writing for Khēmau, an armorer working at Bundi.
An armorer working in Bundi from at least 1835 to 1872.
The Vietnamese word for a circular shield of rattan, much like the téngpái (藤牌) of China.
Nepali word for the purse carried in the scabbard of a khukurī.
Nepali for the grooves running the base of a khukuri blade.
The traditional fighting and utility knife of Nepal.
A utility and fighting knife associated mainly with the Ghurkas of Nepal.
The double-edged straightsword of Vietnam.
An all-devouring creature that is used across Asia as an auspicious decorative element.
Japanese style sword guards made by Chinese craftsmen in Nagasaki.
The Japanese term for a hair arranging pin that was worn in Japanese sword scabbards.
Sinhalese term for a decorative motif that consists of a mesh-like pattern with floral elements. Also called kaḷas-daṉgaya.
A forward-curved sword that is associated mainly with the Ghurkas of Nepal.
Nepali for the silver chape on some khukurī.
Nepali for a khukurī with an ornamental scabbard.
Chinese term for the string notch on each bow tip.
"Bordered Red Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
"Bordered Blue Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
"Bordered White Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
"Bordered Yellow Banner", a Qing dynasty military and administrative division.
Machu for a groove on a blade or arrowhead