Battle of Nalapani

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  1. That’s another evidence how terrible was the British everywhere against local populations to ruled by militar power instead of friendship negotiations.
    It’s amazing that because good payments the Gurkhas soldiers are still protecting the British kingdom as special trained that’s used at Malvinas war against Argentinian teenagers soldiers not used at frozen weather, a normal standard for Nepal’s Gurkhas even better equipped. Even in our Brazilian independence, the only fatalities was provided by British warships,hired by the new Imperor Pedro I, to takeover Gran Para region from Portuguese control.

  2. My heart goes for brave Gorkhas…whom the British could never enslave.
    Wish the Gorkhas, Sikhs, Marathas and Rajputs came together, then no power in the world would dare to look at the Hindus

    1. 99% i believe have more respect for those ancient and unconditionally brave warriors than you seem to imagine. The need for such elite heritage to come together is simply, negated by an undeniable history of ,
      i understand it and i would say that those that have ever cared to educate themselves also know best scenario is a mutual respect of all that is worshipped
      and believed by said individuals.