TATA Khurpa is a hand tool used primarily for digging or tilling the soil. It is a small, curved blade made of steel or iron, with a wooden handle attached to the center. It is used for loosening the soil in order to facilitate planting or for digging out weeds. In addition to being used for gardening and farming, the khurpa can also be used to break up hard ground, such as for building a foundation or for digging trenches. In some parts of India, it is used to cut through small roots when clearing land.