Gurkha's Cafe Nepalese Restaurant
Gurkha's Cafe Nepalese Restaurant
Gurkha's Cafe Nepalese Restaurant
Gurkha's Cafe Nepalese Restaurant
Gurkha's Cafe Nepalese Restaurant

Gurkha’s Cafe Nepalese Restaurant

THE PLACE FOR NEPALESE CRUISINE

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The term Gurkhas is traditionally used to describe the men of Nepal who serve as soldiers in the armies of Nepal, Britain, or India. The word Gurkhas originated from Gorkha, one of the districts west of Nepal, where king Prithivi Narayan Shah reigned early 17th century. He had very strong, loyal, tough and devoted Gorkhali armies from whose contribute he succeeded in uniting Nepal into one kingdom around 1768-69 AD.

Gurkhas are famous for their courage, loyalty, neutrality and impartiality. They fought relentlessly again the British army from East India Company between 1814-1418 to save the country from the British Empire. They went to battle against the armoured British with the mere traditional weapon, Khukuri, a 16″ long curved knife. Although the British defeated Nepal, they were so impressed by the Gurkha fighters that they enticed them to enter the British (and subsequently, Indian) army. The first regiment of Gurkha was formed in 1815. Since then, many Nepalese mostly the Rais, Limbus, Gurungs and Magars have served and still serve in the British Army.

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