The haladie is a double-edged dagger from ancient Syria and India, consisting of two curved blades, each approximately 8.5 inches (22 cm) in length, attached to a single hilt.

The weapon was used by warriors of the Indian Rajput clans, and was both a stabbing and slicing blade. Some haladie had spikes on one side of the handle in the style of a knuckle duster, while others had a third blade in this position. In some cases the main blades would be serrated.

The haladie is believed to be one of the worlds first triple edged blades.

Country Name Origin Year
India 1600
Syria 1600
Country Name Operational Year Retirement Year
India View
Syria View

Type Blade
Place of origin India and Syria
Service history
Used by Rajput

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