After two costly and unsuccessful attempts to seize the fort by direct attack, the British changed their approach and sought to force the garrison to surrender by cutting off the fort's external water supply. Having suffered three days of thirst, on the last day of the siege, Balbhadra, refusing to surrender, led the 70 surviving members of the garrison in a charge against the besieging force. Fighting their way out of the fort, the survivors escaped into the nearby hills. Considering the time, effort, and resources spent to capture the small fort, it was a pyrrhic victory for the British. A number of later engagements, including one at Jaithak, unfolded in a similar way; but more than any other battle of the war, the fighting around Nalapani established the Gurkhas' reputation as warriors. As a result, they were later recruited by the British to serve in their army." (Source- Wikipedia)
P.S- There is no place to stay, and you won't get any vehicle while returning. So make sure you make all arrangements beforehand.
1. Do carry food and water, as you can barely see anything.
2. Do carry mosquito repellent cream.
3. Do enjoy your walk.
1. Don't carry anything unnecessary, as you have to be back by evening.
2. Don't litter around (Please).