Better To Die Than Live a coward.

Gurkhas have been part of the British Army for almost 200 years, but who are these fearsome Nepalese fighters?

Family Separation

Gurkhas were unfairly separated from their wives and families for many years. This was in the most inhumane way owing to the discriminatory rules forced upon them. This inhumane separation has been the major cause of distress and family break up among many Gurkhas’ families

Lump Sum

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NIN (NATIONAL INSURANCE NUMBER)

The national insurance number is a number used in the UK in the administration of National Insurance or social Security System. The number is also utilized for some purpose in the UK tax system. The National Insurance Number ensures that your tax contributions are recorded against your name only.

Pay/Salary

The Gurkhas were paid almost ten times less than their British Soldiers counterparts whereby they were made to work as much. This was unfair considering that they were sent home on 6months leave once per three years. They were paid basic Indian rate for the leave they earned working

Pension

Gurkha benefits ought to be generously raised to make it proportionate to that of the Commonwealth nationals in the British Army. A Gurkha MAJOR who has served for a long time gets less benefit than a Commonwealth national who has finished 22 years of administration to say the least.

UNPAID LEAVE

Most people working in various organizations enjoy a leave of a round 3-6 months that mostly comes at least once a year. Other organization distributes the leave period across the year so that their employees will enjoy an off-work period.

Gurkha Justice

The main aim of the gurkhajustice.com is to provide the information of the gurkha soldiers and reveal all the hidden history of our forefather. There are lots of heroic stories that most of us didn't hear.

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Passport

Gurkhas had neither working passports nor visas. The visas were denied from them by the MOD policy. They instead used to show their army identification document in order to move from one place to another.

Bed Check

As everyone else got into a good night sleep in a better bedroom, for the Gurkhas this was not the case. They used to have a shared accommodation whereby the members of each section shared a room. One room used to accommodate 20-24 members, which is a total congestion.

Unfair Dismissal

Thousands of personnel were sent home without any pension and gratuities post wars and emergencies. These unfortunate veterans began working as ploughman and labours in the villages and hills often carrying twice their own weight in difficult terrains.

The Gurkha hat

The legendary broad-hemmed headdress that was used by Gurkha regiments in the field of service on the start of the 20th century. It continued to be worn by the Gurkha military force in all operational arenas and on the borders of India during the

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British Soldiers Recruitment

Qualifications and training

Joining the regiment is not all about brawn - brains are fully exercised as well. All candidates must have passed the Nepalese School Leaving Certificate, equivalent to between GCSE and A-Level standard in the UK.

  • If successful, the new recruit will be kitted out and flown to Catterick in North Yorkshire to undergo training in the Gurkha Wing of the Infantry Training Centre. In his 8 months training, the new soldier will not only learn military skills, but will also pass English language exams.
  • As he passes out of recruit training, he can be justifiably proud of what he has achieved, but every new soldier joins his battalion knowing just how hard he will have to work to live up to the reputation that his forefathers have built.
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  • Queen's Truncheon

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  • Units and Association

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Units and Association

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The Royal Gurkha Rifles

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Queen's Gurkha Engineers

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The Queen's Gurkha Signals

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The Queen's Own Gurkha Logistic Regiments

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The Band Of The Brigade Of Gurkhas

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Gurkha Staff and Personal Support

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Gurkhali's TESTIMONIALS

About the Gurkhali

  • “As I write these words, my thoughts return to you who were my comrades. Once more I hear the laughter with which you greeted every hardship. Once more I see you in your bivouacs or about your fires, on forced march or in the trenches, now shivering with wet and cold, now scorched by a … Continue reading By Sir Ralph Turner MC

    By Sir Ralph Turner MC
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  • If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying or he is a Gurkha. —-By Former Chief of staff of the Indian Army, Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw———

    Former Chief of staff of the Indian Army
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Dipprasad Pun

Dip Prasad Pun, CGC is a Nepalese sergeant of the Royal Gurkha Rifles who was enriched with the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross for a demonstration of courage amid the War in Afghanistan on the night of 17 September 2010.Pun, then an Acting Sergeant, without any assistance vanquished 12 to 30 Taliban radicals who were raging his control post close Babaji in Helmand area. Immediately before the engagement, Pun, who was with the first Battalion Royal Gurkha Rifles, was on sentry obligation at a checkpoint guarding his unit's compound. Taliban contenders, planting bombs close to the compound entryway under the cover of darkness, abruptly encompassed and assaulted his post with AK-47s and RPGs. Corporal Pun, alone and trusting he was going to die, chose to murder as many enemies as possible.

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The Victoria Cross (VC) is the British military's highest decoration and is awarded to members of the armed forces for exceptional valour ‘in the face of the enemy’.