Sindhuli Gadhi is a historical fort and tourist attraction in eastern Nepal.


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Sindhuli Gadhi is a verifiable fortification and vacation destination in eastern Nepal. Sindhuli Gadhi is well known for the fight between the then Gorkha Army and the British troup head by Captain Kinloch. The Gorkha drive crushed Kinloch in November, 1767 (Kartik 24, 1824 BS). Sindhuligadhi live in Sindhuli District of Janakpur Zone. Right now the place is a visitor attraction.In association of unification of Nepal King Prithivi Narayan Shah encompassed the Kathmandu Valley and made a financial blocade. The lord of Kathmandu at the time, Jaya Prakash Malla, then requested military guide from the British in British India. In August 1767, when the powers of the British India landed in Sindhuligadhi, the Gorkha military directed guerrilla assaults against them. A hefty portion of the British Indian strengths were executed and the rest in the long run fled, abandoning a colossal measure of weapons and ammo, which were seized by the Gorkha armed force. Gorkha armed force under Banshu Gurung's Command had kept the British troops from progressing towards the Kathmandu valley.

Gorkhas had utilized flighty war strategies like unleashing the hornets and utilizing weeds, among an assortment of different systems, to crush the British officers.
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