Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Soldiers who attack with "Jai Maha Kali" on their lips
These warriors from the Himalayas battled with the British in the 19th century and were such fearsome fighters that after the war was over, the British Army decided that they wanted these men on their side. Though India is now independent, Britain continues to recruit these soldiers who have a reputation for being deadly across the world directly from Nepal.
Yes, we are talking about the Hindu and Buddhist Gorkhas of Nepal and India who enter battle with the cry "Jai Maha Kali! Aayo Gorkhali (Glory to Maha Kali! The Gorkhali are here!) "! These men continue to fight in the British ranks and are at the front on most war fronts including Afghanistan where they fought the Taliban.
These brave warriors have also served India with distinction in all its wars including the Kargil war. Three warriors from Gurkha battalions have been awarded India's highest gallantry award Param Vira Chakra.
May Maha Kali bless the fierce knives of these fearless soldiers! Jai Maha Kal! Jai Pashupatinath!
Watch a Nepali bhajan to Mata Kalika on the following link https://www.youtube.com/
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