E5 Gorkha Regiment

U/A 7+ • History • 2019

Gorkhas are soldiers native to Nepal. Impressed by the fighting qualities, Sir David Ochterlony began to recruit them in the British Indian Army. The first battalion of the Gorkha Regiment was raised as the Nasiri regiment on April 24, 1815. Following Indias independence, six Gorkha Regiments joined the Indian Army. Watch this episode to know more about their training methods and tales of courage.

Director: Tanuj Bhatia

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Release Date

22 February 2019




Tanuj bhatia