Mass Migration of The Limbus

Following the Sikkim-Gorkha War at Limbuwan, Gorkha officers started searching those people who had sided with the Sikkimese and started giving them death penalties. Seeing this, all the Limbus who had fought against the Gorkhas by siding with the Sikkimese king assembled at the place called Ambe Pojoma and decided to leave Limbuwan forever. They were altogether 32,000 in number and migrated in three groups.

The first group went to Sikkim and settled in Rung, Rhino and Magnesia villages, the second group migrated to Bhutan and settled in Kuching, Tendu and Jumsa villages and the third group migrated to Assam and settled in Beni, Kalchini and other Meche and Koch villages.
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