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“The Khukuri, located at 155, Rue de la Liberation L-3512 Dudelange, Luxembourg is a new, upscale and healthy restaurant focusing on providing organic and delicious foods to the local community. The Khukuri is the best Indian Restaurant in Luxembourg, family run kitchen with it’s unique value proposition offering high-quality Indian and Nepalese food items which includes curry, tandoor dishes, nepalese momo’s, vegan dishes, halal friendly meals in a convenient location that offers both eat-in or take-out options as well as home delivery service. Providing excellent customer service since October 2018.”
The khukuri is a traditional Nepalese knife that has a unique shape with a curved blade that flares out towards the tip and is sharpened on the inner curve. It is an important part of Nepalese culture and is used as both a tool and a weapon.
The Gurkhas, a Nepalese ethnic group known for their military service, are closely associated with the khukuri due to its use by the Nepalese Army, of which many Gurkhas serve in. The khukuri is an iconic symbol of the Gurkhas, who have a reputation for being fierce warriors.
Since the early 19th century, Gurkhas have served in the British Army, and the khukuri has become a part of their uniform and a symbol of their courage, loyalty, and skill as soldiers. Gurkhas have served in numerous conflicts around the world, and their reputation for bravery and skill with the khukuri has become legendary.
” If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying or he is a Gurkha. “
– Sam Manekshaw (Former Indian Army Chief of Staff)
” The Gurkha is a soldier of high battle-skill, a world-famed fighting man and respected in every country where men fought alongside us in the last war. “
– Lieutenant General Sir Francis Tuker, ‘While Memory Serves’ (1950)
” Bravest of the brave, most generous of the generous, never had country more faithful friends than you. “
– Sir Ralph Lilley Turner MC
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