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 Kaji Amar Singh Thapa
February 18, 1977

Kaji Amar Singh Thapa

A commemorative postage stamp on Warrior Kazi (Budha Kaji) Amar Singh Thapaone of the national heroes of Nepal :

Badakaji Amar Singh Thapa : बडाकाजी अमर सिंह थापाIssued by Nepal

Issued on 2033 Phalgun 7, corresponding to 18th Feb. 1977

Designer : K. Karmacharya

Type : Stamp, Postal Used

Denomination : 10 Paisa

Colour : Raw Sienna and Burnt Sienna

Size : 3.91 x 2.90 cms

Perforation : 13 x 13

Paper : Unwatermarked Adhesive Paper

Quantity : 250,0000 (Two and half Million)

Sheet : 35

Process : Photogravure

Printer : India Security Press, Nasik Road

Name : Amar Singh Thapa

Born on 1761 at Sirhanchok, Gorkha District, Nepal

Died on 1816 at Gosaikunda, Rasuwa District, Nepal

About : 

  • Born in 1808 V. S. Kaji Amar Singh Thapa was one of the Brilliant stars of Nepalese history. Being a gallant son of the soil he stood as firm as the Himalayas to safeguard the territorial integrity and independence of Nepal. Born brave with the heart of a lion and devoted to the crown and country Mr. Thapa proved himself the most dreadful adversary of the Britishers during the Anglo-Nepalese war. Died peacefully at holy Gosainthan he is remembered by all as our famous national dignitary and is regarded to this day as the perpetual source of inspiration in the task of nation-building.
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July 8, 2023 7:19 am

[…] of the Gorkhas, the East India Company offered to raise a Gorkha Regiment from the remnants of Amar Singh Thapa’s Army after the Treaty of Sigauli. Thus, the First Nusseree (meaning friendly or loyal) […]

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