KHUKRI CLASS (CORVETTES)
INS Kirpan (P 44)
A Kirpan superimposed over a typical sheild against a red background.
The Kirpan and Shield were main weapons of Sikhs The design of the sword and the sheild is taken from " The journal of Indian Art and Industry vol. VI" reproduced from the specimen preserved in the Lahore museum , which was displayed in the Indian and colonial exhibition of 1886.
INS Kuthar (P 46)
A traditional kuthar against a red background with blue waves in the lower half.
An ancient Axe weapon
INS Khanjar (P 47)
Two crossed Khanjars against a red background with blue waves in the lower half.
Khanjars were the main weapons of ancient warriors of India
INS Khukri (P 49)
Two curved swords known as the 'Khurkis' with handles downwards and blades pointing outwards against a red background .
This decorated steel khurki is from a reproduction of the " Arms and Armour " displayed in the indian and colonial exhibition of 1886.
|Capabilities / Features||Information|
|Displacement (Tonnes)||Full load||1,350 tons|
|Dimension||Length OA||91.1 M|
|Complement||79 (10 Officers)|