Join Date: Sep 2014
Judging from the photos is difficult, but from what I see there is nothing "touristy" about this blade. Generally the "touristy" stuff is characterised by heavily decorated (mainly etched) blades, without a properly shaped cutting edge with blades of low carbon content that bend easily.
You seem to have a honest 19th century (my guess) Tulwar meant for business (the business being fighting).
While the photos do not appear to show an Indian ricasso, the general shape of the blade appears Indian to my eyes. But of course, better photos including the markings would be very useful.
Many old, rusty Tulwars have wootz blades and yours may be one... but this is a lottery.