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Definition funny of Gurkha:
Incredibly badass Nepalese warriors known for their sybolic Khukuri blades of disembowlment and decapitation, and their contributions to the armies of Britan, India, and Nepal. There have been cases of Gurkha Warriors fighting off over 30 people at a time.
If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying or is a Gurkha.
Ultimate alpha badasses from the mountains of Nepal. Bred in fire and brimstone, it's been scientifically proven that Gurkhas are the manliest men of all time. They fight for Nepal, India and the United Kingdom, and march into battle weilding their Kukri 'knives' to the tune of 'Rap Gamez Callin' by Stevie Stone. The United Nations are investigating whether the use of Gurkha in battle constitutes a war crime, and recently declassified documents from the UK Ministry of Defence have revealed that the Trident nuclear programme is a myth, and in fact the British nuclear deterrent has always consisted solely of the Brigade of Gurkhas.
Preparing for an airborne assualt during the Malaya emergency, a British colonel asked the leader of a platoon of Gurkhas if they would be prepared to jump from a C130. Somewhat to the colonel's surprise, the Gurkha sergeant requested a day to talk it over with his men. The next day, the Gurkha duly reported that they would do it, but only over marshy ground with the aicraft flying at no more than 100ft. 'But at a hundred feet the parachutes wouldn't work,' the colonel explained. The Gurkha replied, 'Parachutes? No-one mentioned parachutes!'
Songs about Gurkha:
Gurkha by Aivoaula from the Album Braindrop
Gurkha by Cessman from the Album Gurkha / Stampede / Frankenstein Dub
Gurkha Ki Lottery by Raju Shrivastav from the Album Hanso Aur Hansaoo Vol 4 (Hindi Jokes)
Regimental March of The Brigade of Gurkhas: Yo Nepali by The Pipes and Drums of the 2nd Battalion & The Royal Gurkha Rifles The Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas from the Album The Best of The Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas
Regimental Marches of the Royal Gurkha Rifles: Black Bear by The Pipes and Drums of the 2nd Battalion & The Royal Gurkha Rifles The Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas from the Album The Greatest Marching Songs Ever
Regimental Marches of The Royal Gurkha Rifles: Bravest of the Brave by The Pipes and Drums of the 2nd Battalion & The Royal Gurkha Rifles The Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas from the Album The Best of The Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas
Books about Gurkha:
The Gurkhas by Byron Farwell (Oct 17, 1990)
The Gurkha's Daughter by Prajwal Parajuly (Jul 15, 2014)
Gurkhas: Better to Die Than Live a Coward (History Book 7) by Benita Estevez (Dec 19, 2012)
The Gurkhas by John Parker (Feb 28, 2013)
Gurkhas at War: Eyewitness Accounts from World War II to Iraq by J. P. Cross and Buddhiman Gurung (Jun 29, 2007)
The Gurkhas [Osprey Military] [Elite Series] by Mike Chappell (Sep 30, 1993)
The Fighting Kukri: Illustrated Lessons on the Gurkha Combat Knife by Dwight McLemore (Jan 1, 2012)
Movies about Gurkha:
The Warrior Tradition - The Gurkhas 2006 - Runtime: 50 mins
Elite Fighting Forces - Gurkhas -
Warrior Tradition: Gurkhas 2001 NR -
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Wiki information Gurkha:
The Gurkhas, also spelled as Gorkhas, are soldiers from the South Asian country of Nepal. Historically, the terms "Gurkha" and "Gorkhali" were synonymous with "Nepali," and derived from the hill town and district of Gorkha from which the Kingdom of...
The Brigade of Gurkhas is the collective term for units of the current British Army that are composed of Nepalese soldiers. The brigade, which is 3,640 strong, draws its heritage from Gurkha units that originally served in the British Indian Army...