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The Greater Nepal ‘In Quest of Boundary’ – Documentary (Eng. Subtitle)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on February 14, 2012

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The Anglo-Nepal War 1814–1816

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on December 28, 2011

As commander of the Gorkhali forces in Dheradun, Capt. Balbhadra Kunwar was handed the responsibility of defending the area. The expanding Nepali/Gorkhali State had since the mid-late 18th century expanded the nation’s border on all sides, which eventually led to conflict with the British East India Company and a war followed.

Realizing he could not defend the town of Dehradun, Capt. Balbhadra Kunwar withdrew to the strategic hill fort of Khalanga with an army strength of 600 including women and children against the British East India Company British stronghold of 3000-3500 troops. He turned down an incentive proposal of the British who would make him Governor of the WesternGarhwal should he surrender or leave Nepal.

In the month of October 1814, Major General Sir Rollo Gillespie of the British army had advanced along with 3,500 troops and eleven pieces of cannon to occupy the Nepali territories situated between the Ganga and Yamuna rivers in the Gharwal and Kumaon regions that had been occupied by the Nepali forces. Captain Balabhadra Kunwar had maintained his position at a 400 cubits high hill in a place called Nalapani, situated north-east of Dehradun, to check his advance. Read the rest of this entry »

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ANGLO-NEPAL WAR (1814-16): KAJI SARDAR WRITES TO BHIMSEN THAPA

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on June 9, 2010

THE HIMALAYAN BEACON

ANGLO NEPAL WAR (1814-16): Kaji Sardar from Bijayapur writes to the famous Commanding General and Prime Minister Bhimsen Thapa that the British forces are advancing on nagari and will come via Bijayapur (located in the South East corner of Nepal dated 1815)

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