„Transliteration: Ma Bagh ko bachcha damaru hu, sino khaney kukur haina.“

म बाघको बच्चा डमरु हुँ, सिनो खाने कुकुर हैन ।
Translation: I am a cub of a tiger; don't mistake me with a carcass eating dog. Translated by Arjun Bhadra Khanal https://500px.com/photo/29827237/amar-singh-thapa-badakaji-by-arjun-bhadra-khanal|
In the context of wealth offered by British General David Ochterlony during Anglo-Nepalese War.

Adopted from Wikiquote. Last update May 22, 2020. History
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