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Gurkhas: their manners, customs and country

W. Brook Northey

Gurkhas: their manners, customs and country

by W. Brook Northey

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Published by John Lane in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethnology -- Nepal.,
  • Gurkhas.,
  • Nepal -- Civilization.,
  • Nepal -- Description and travel.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby W. Brook Northey and C.J. Morris.
    ContributionsMorris, John, 1895-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination282 p.
    Number of Pages282
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16547223M

    The Gurkhas-Their Manners, Customs and Country (Gurkas) Northey, W. Brook & C. J. Morris Published by Cosmo Publications, , Delhi, India ().   P. Allan, , 1st edn. with maps and plates; original cloth; some foxing; 2. Barclay, C N: Regimental History of the 3rd Queen Alexandra's own Gurkha Rifles Volume II ( to ). W Clowes, , 1st edn. with maps and illustrations; original cloth; G; 3. Northey & Morris: The Gurkhas, their manners, customs and country.

    Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK) Abstract. A n independent kingdom in the Himálayas, between 26 The Gurkhas: Their Manners, Customs and Country. London, —The Land of the Gurkhas. Cambridge, The first known book on appropriate behavior was a guide an Egyptian government official, wrote for his son, in BC. In 13th century Europe, the Code of Chivalry established, the proper behavior of knights, regarding the Christian church, their country and the treatment of women to be civil to a woman was the only.

    Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://tcq83 Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library dev4. Friends in the Hills. pp. Index. Card covers. 20 b/w photographs and 2 maps. Gurkha service in Greece, India, Malaya and Borneo The author served for 36 years with the Gurkhas ultimately commanding a regiment. Fine. First edition, , Aylesford.


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Delhi, Cosmo Publications, Get this from a Gurkhas: their manners. The Gurkhas; their manners, customs and country. [W Brook Northey; John Morris; R L Turner, Sir; Charles Granville Bruce]. Nepal s War Efforts. Appendices. Bibliography. Index. This account of the Gurkhas and their country by Northey and Morris has immortalized them.

The style of this book is simple and lucid. Their incisive understanding of the country, its manners and customs, is immense. Description of various tribes, their religion, flora and fauna is. He also co-authored another book on the Gurkhas, their manners, customs, and their country.

This book deals with the people and their language, religion and festivals, government and administration, and Nepal’s war effort, to mention a few. There is also a chapter in the book on the slavery and the labour problem. Northey (Major W. Brook & Captain C. Morris). The Gurkhas, Their Manners, Customs and Country, 1st ed.,b&w plts.

after photos, some light spotting, orig. The First World War involvedmen from Nepal. After the Great War, the Gurkha handbook went through three revised editions.

There were also two other books: The Gurkhas, Their Manners Customs and Country by W. Brook Northey & C. John Morris (London, ) and The Martial Races of India by Sir George MacMunn. Full title: The Gurkhas: their Manners, Customs and Country by Major W Brook Northey, late 1st KGO Gurkha Rifles and Captain C J Morris 3rd QAO Gurkha Rifles.

Also available as a download from PAHAR Mountains of Central Asia Digital Dataset. The Land Of The Gurkhas Or The Himalayan Kingdom Of Nepal by Major W Brook Northey, late 1st KGO Gurkha. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.

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It will describe their manners, customs, and character, and their history as soldiers, with special attention to their unique skills and remarkable valor. The Gurkhas: Their Manners, Customs and Country. London: John Lane The Bodley Head, Oldfield, H.

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by Northey, Major W Brook & Morris, Captain C J and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. ; W.B. Northey and C.J. Morris, The Gurkhas: Their Manners, Customs and Country, London: John Lane, The Bodley Head,p. praises Hodgson as Book Faith India,is a non-academic book for the tourist market and does not give any bibliographical references.

But it is clear that data provided by. “I HAVE ACTUALLY HEARD WONDER EXPRESSED BY SERVANTS OF THE INDIAN GOVERNMENT THAT NEPAL WAS AN ABSOLUTELY INDEPENDENT KINGDOM, AND THAT GURKHAS WERE NOT BORN SUBJECTS OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE” NORTHEY, W.

Brook and MORRIS, Charles John. The Gurkhas. Their Manners, Customs and Country. London: John Lane The Bodley Head, (). THE GURKHAS THEIR MANNERS, CUSTOMS AND COUNTRY W. Brook Northey andC.J.

Morris 1st UK ed Hardcover No DJ Very Good By Northey, W. Brook, C.J. Morris with a foreword by Brigadier-General the Hon. Bruce. Price: $ List Price: $ You Save $ (73%).

Vocabularies and phrase book for Gurkha dialects with 47pp of Gurkha songs some set to music. In original stiff card boards with unlettered cloth backstrip. Their Manners, Customs and Country. Index. 69 photographs.

Folding map. Very good in worn dw. Owner's name. First edition, John Lane. Parker, John. Abstract. An independent Kingdom in the Himalayas, between 26° 25′ and 30° 17′ N.

lat, and between 80° 6′ and 88° 14′ of E. long. ; its greatest length miles, its greatest breadth about ; bounded on the north by Tibet, on the east by Sikkim. on the south and west by British India.

Books, maps and realia relating to Britain's colonial past The Gurkhas. Their Manners, Customs and Country With a Foreword by Brigadier-General the Hon. C.G. Bruce. London: John Lane The."At the present time Nepal is an absolutely closed country, and it is likely to remain always so.

this small kingdom is some of the most magnificent country. the people are certainly amongst the most interesting. In this part of the Arun, though, it is possible to get quite a fair insight into the life of the high-living Nepalese." End Excerpt.The first written history about Magar people dates as back as CE.

The Magars are one of the oldest known tribes in Nepal. Magwar Bisaya was the ancient name of Magarat, Magar area.

Magarat bordered from Marsyangdi river to the Pyuthan area during that time. Magars prospered at such a level during that period that this part of the country was divided into twelve kingdoms/thams (Barah.