Qatar Persian functional
Katana Persian or Hindu fully functional and elaborated in steel to the carbon. The katar is a weapon, used in Persia and northern India. It consists of a dagger-blade wide with a handle in the form of H, which causes the blade to continue the line of the forearm instead of being perpendicular to it. It is held in place by means of a glove to which it is attached and which is attached to the hand and is attached by means of ropes or the various bands to the forearm, so as to give a greater grip. The end of the sheet rests on the back of the hand, thus giving rise to the elongation of the arm with the blade and a strong support on the body.