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  • proper n. A tribal people of Nepal (and to a lesser extent India and Bhutan).
  • proper n. Their Tibeto-Burman language, written in a unique script.


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  • When it comes to the teaching of the church let us not forget the infants who died before baptism, we were always taught they went to "Limbu" can you imagine what their parents felt.

  • Limbu Mirchi For Good Luck, originally uploaded by firoze shakir photographerno1.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Now that after the subsequent take over by Sikkim and gift of the same by Sikkim to East India Company and then its Passover to the British Crown and the Indian Republic, Darjeeling Hills and Dooars Terai had always been part of the combined Nepalese/Limbu/Lepcha or collective again Gorkha legacy.

    The Question(s) of Gorkhaland by Barun Roy

  • The first dialect to be setup for use on the XO is Limbu.

    Saving Limbu from Linguistic Limbo

  • Head of Legal: Limbu and others v Home Secretary skip to main

    Limbu and others v Home Secretary

  • Thus we have the glorious platter of Waran-Bhaat-Toop-Limbu-Meeth, the magic words that transport the Marathi soul to simpler times.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • Cpl Arjun Limbu said having him back on patrol was a "real morale boost".

    BBC News - Home

  • Corporal Arjun Limbu, from Hobo's unit, said: "It's great to have him back with us - it's a real morale boost and he's running around just like before." - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Cpl Limbu, of A Company, 2nd Battalion the Royal Gurkha Rifles, added: "It's great to have him back with us - it's a real morale boost and he's running around just like before."

    BBC News - Home

  • Shyam Bir Limbu was injured while fighting the state security forces

    BBC News - Home

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