A Gurkha Remembers

A lifetime in Asia
by JP Cross

Producer | Catriona Oliphant
Music | Buddhiman Gurung

1 CD | Running time 75 mins
£12 plus p&p* | Includes £1 donation per CD to Kulbir Thapa VC Home, Pokhara

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Col Mark Dowdle, lately Commander, British Gurkhas Nepal

A Gurkha Remembers is the result of a very special collaboration. My thanks to John Cross for entrusting me with his story and enjoying the adventure. It has been enormous fun as well as a great privilege. Especial thanks also to John’s surrogate family, Buddhiman Gurung, Bhim Kumari and their children for their contributions to this recording and for their generous hospitality when I was in Pokhara.


Bhim Kumari and Buddhiman Gurung at Tiger Mountain, Pokhara – March 2016

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