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Gurkhali

(ˌɡʊəˈkɑːlɪ; ˌɡɜː-)
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(Languages) the language of the Gurkhas, belonging to the Indic branch of the Indo-European family
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The performance included the use of musical instruments like Dambaru, Gorkhali Khife, Gandro, Jhaki and Ganti.
It is reported that less than 48 hours after the first quake, homeless Gorkhali villagers could be seen working the fields, cutting grass for the animals, and salvaging sheet metal to build temporary structures.
2 -- On Monday, Dil Gorkhali, a young Kathmandu resident involved in trekking business, donated a bowl full of rice to a saffron-clad sadhu.
After the fall of the Kingdom of Tirahut and the defeat of Makuwanpur, Chaudandi and Vijayapur by the Gorkhali force in the eighteenth century, most of the Terai region was a place of jolting interests between the Gorkhali authorities of Nepal and the Awadh or what later became British India.
Then Nepal will have the Khas-Chhetri United Society and Bahun Society jointly singing Gorkhali glory of nation building, on the one hand, and the Madhesi-Janjati-Dalit party exploding in ethnic rage and going solo for restorative justice, on the other.
A great legacy of Ganga Prasad was a hymn he wrote that for fifty years expressed the expectant prayers of the waiting clusters of missionaries and exiled Nepali Christians--"Prabhu arji suni leu, Gorkhali le mukti paune dhoka kholi deu .
With their battle cry of Ayo Gorkhali (Forward Gurkhas), former soldiers from Nepal celebrated on the steps of the High Court yesterday after winning their battle to stay in the country they risked their lives to serve.
Meanwhile, the elderly mistress of former Nepalese King Tribhuwan, Sarala Gorkhali, 94, will stay in the palace as she doen't have anywhere else to go.
It is as if Whelpton only becomes really involved when Prithvi Narayan Shah is crowned king of Gorkha in 1743 and the subsequent Gorkhali conquests set the stage for the creation of the Nepalese nation.
Before the Gorkhali conquests, some powerful Sresthas married aristocrats of the Newar court, spurring others of sufficient means to attempt similar climbing; deprived of their ladders since 1769, all lineages now favor matches within subgroupings of near-equals that may at least prevent their falling in relative rank.
Or, some basked in the glory of Gorkhali conquest and unification; others just were too innocent to know that their annexation began a process of subjugation.