At a separation of 5.5 km from Dehradun Railway Station, the Kalinga War remembrance is arranged on Sahastradhara Road in Dehradun. This is the main War Memorial on the planet made by an armed force for their Enemies. The Kalinga War Memorial in Dehradun was set up by the British. The Anglo-Gurkha war occurred between the Gurkha officers and the British Army in the year 1814. The Gurkhas from Nepal attacked the Garhwal area.
They caught the Kalinga Fort in Nalapani however were at long last vanquished by British Army. Amid the fight, Gurkha warriors secured the Kalinga Fort in Nalapani for over a month and a half without drinking water and nourishment. They were resolved to battle till the demise and battled savage fight with British Army. Such a strength and dauntlessness extremely inspired British and they manufactured this dedication for Gurkha troopers. After this war, the British Army began enlisting an extensive number of Gorkhas in its armed force which is as yet proceeded even today by Indian Army and British Army.