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|Ranodip Singh Kunwar|
|Born||3 April 1825|
|Died||22 November 1885|
|Cause of death||assassinated|
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.
Chautariya Colonel Ambar Bikram Shah (son of General H.E. Sri Chautaria Pushkar Shah) and his Gorkhali aide attempted a coup d'état at Teku in January 1882. They were killed by the Ranas for their part in the attempted assassination of Ranodip Singh.