Indian battle ax (early version)
|Indian battle ax (early version)|
|Region of origin /
|India , warrior box in India from India|
|Overall length:||about 46 cm|
|Blade length:||about 28 cm|
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The Indian battle ax (early version) is a weapon from India. It is used by warrior caste in India.
The Indian battle ax (early version) has a heavy blade with a concave curved edge. The ends of the blade are bent over for decoration. It is attached to the shaft with the help of an eye that is roughly riveted to the blade. Indian battle axes come in many completely different versions.
- Lord Egerton of Tatton, Wilbraham Egerton Egerton, Indian and Oriental Armor , Courier Dover Publications, 2002, illustrated edition, ISBN 978-0-486-42229-9