Leather sheath. Label: one label affixed to the object.
The AydaKatti is usually slung over the wearerâ€™s back in a simple metal bracket called the todunga, from which is suspended a peculiar knife (the pichangatti) which sometimes has a set of small assorted implements used for personal hygiene hanging from it. See G.C. Stone â€œA Glossary of the Construction, Decoration and Use of Arms and Armour in all countries and in all timesâ€� Southworth Press 1934 (and subsequent reprints).