Shiv Kumar Shrestha had vividly narrated the battle between the Gorkhas and Kirats. ‘In May 1774, they again fought at another confluence of Arun River. The Gurkha officer, Raghu Rana and Limboo officer Khangsore fought brilliantly. Raghu Rana was killed. Both the parties lost heavy casualties. A third battle was fought under the Gurkha leadership of Ram Bahadur Thapa in Chainpur where Morbit Raja Moth and Brijeet fought brilliantly. Thus, the Gurkhas and the Limboos fought each other in Limbuwan for twelve years from the beginning of invasion of the country of Limboos – the Limbuwan. After that, an agreement was signed between the Gurkhas and the Limboos whereby they stopped fighting each other. Prithvi Narayan Shah provided a Lal Mohar for peace agreement on 1774 to Limboos and thus he brought the major portion of Limbuwan under Nepal Kingdom’. The Limboos of the Eastern Himalayas.