Three horrible weapons
01. “Dab Shri Gan Chai”
02. “Nombe Nulu”
03. “The Shotel”
Among the topics that have been talk about for a long time, I hope to talk about a slightly different topic today. That is, three terrible man-made weapons of war between the kingdoms of the past and of the tribes. So
Those weapons are as follows,
01. Dab Shri Gan Chai
This weapon was born in the kingdom of “Lana” in 1300 AD because this is a tool make of steel and this is slightly longer than the previous tool. This increases the length of the weapon, giving it an advantage when colliding with an enemy. These weapons are extremely sharp. because
So, this weapon is one of the sharpest weapons produced in Asia. This tool was given to the front line soldiers in the battle with the enemies of the kingdom of “Lana”.
02. Nombe Nulu
It is so named because it was created by the “Nombe tribes”. So, this is about 26 inches in length. The blade here is made of steel. because The specialty here to make these swords look like human figures, because most of the swords you have seen are of uniform length and the specialty here is that I make the sword in the shape of a mane and this product is made by a magician, not a blacksmith. This is because the people of the tribe believe in magic.
The reason for arranging swords like that is to be able to separate the enemy’s head with one blow. Due to the dangers of this sword, it was completely abolished in 1885, but it is still used for sacrificial purposes. So
03. The Shotel
This tool was one of the deadliest weapons in the kingdom of “Metry Bahi” in the 17th century. This weapon is so fierce that it avoids the enemy’s shield and strikes the enemy’s body. Experts say that it took a long time to use this because of the unusual shape here. So,
After learning to use this weapon, special experts say that the person who uses this weapon is invisible and he is more dangerous than the killer
I learned all this information in book and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYBtlqQ1MwI YouTube channel.
Mr.Randika Wijesinhe ? Thank you sir