Letter with the seal and signature of Maharaja Rana Udip Singh,
Prime Minister of Nepal 1877 to 1885
His Excellency Commanding General Shree Shree Shree Maharaja Sir Ranaudip Singh Bahadur Kunwar Ranaji (alternatively spelled Rana Uddip, Renaudip or Ranoddip), KCSI (3 April 1825 – 22 November 1885), commonly known as Ranodip Singh Kunwar (Nepali: रणोद्दिप सिंह कुँवर) was the second Prime Minister of Nepal from the Rana dynasty.
Deeply pious, Ranodip Singh composed several devotional hymns and was granted a personal salute of 15 guns from the British in 1883 and the title of Tung-ling-ping-ma-kuo-kang-wang (Truly Valiant Prince; commander of foot and horse) from the Guangxu Emperor in 1882. He was born as seventh son of Kaji Bal Narsingh Kunwar from his second wife Ganesh Kumari Thapa, daughter of Thapa Kazi General Nain Singh Thapa
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