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6th Queen Elizabeth's Own Gurkha Rifles: The regiment was initially raised in 1817 as the Cuttack Legion; this was a unit of Indian natives from the Orissa area, before moving to Northern Bengal in 1823 as the Rungpoor Light Infantry. As time continued, the regiment began recruiting Nepalese Gurkhas into its ranks - initially two companies of Gurkhas were formed, but, over time, more and more were recruited until it eventually became a pure Gurkha regiment, being numbered as the 42nd Regiment of Goorkha Light Infantry in 1886. During the period before the First World War, the regiment was primarily involved in patrolling the north-east border of India; the regiment gained only a single battle honour up to 1914. In 1903, the regiment was also renumbered as the 6th Gurkha Rifles.

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Before buying our product please read the following so you can be sure that you are buying genuine product from genuine sellers. As we all know that the khukuri (gurkhaknife) is made famous by the British/Indian/Nepal Gurkha Army all over the world since World War I days. As it is rightly said that a Gurkha soldier without khukuri is nothing. From the past to present many British Gurkha Army soldiers have been decorated with Victoria Cross the highest Medal of Honor by the British Army. Even the Queen of England stands up and salutes the V.C. winner