|Ranodip Singh Kunwar|
|Born||3 April 1825|
|Died||22 November 1885|
Cause of death
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.
As per the family laws of succession, Ranodip Singh succeeded his elder brother Jang Bahadur following his death in 1877.
Unsuccessful coup of 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.