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Historiography is a method of recording history as a research project. On the basis of originality, Historiography is categorized into: Primary sources and Secondary sources. This note contains description on history and historiography of Nepal.
Nepal before unification was divided into many small kingdoms which were fighting in the east known as the Koshi region. King Prithivi Narayan Shah launch a successful campaign for unification. This note contains a description of the ambition of unification and obstacles faced during unification.
Nuwakot was the main western gateway to the Kathmandu valley. So, Prithvi Narayan Shah wanted to get victory over Nuwakot. This note contains a description of campaigns carried out during the process of unification of Nepal.
Causes of Anglo-Nepal War are: Political causes, Economic causes and Natural causes. This note contains description on cause and effects of Anglo-Nepal War.
Balabhadra Kunwar had built a fort on a height of 500 feet at Nalapani, which was known by the name of Khalanga fort. This note contains description on Balbhadra Kunwar and his contribution of Anglo-War.
Amarsingh Thapa fought bravely for Ramgadh with the Anglo-Nepal war, going against Nepal; Nepal was forced to accept the Sugauli Treaty. This note contains description on Role played by Brave Warriors, Bhakti Thapa, Amarsingh Thapa and many more, in the Anglo- Nepal war.
Various circumstances had led to the rise of Rana Regime. Some of the circumstances are Political instability, Contact of Jung Bahadur’s family with the palace, Support of East India Company, Nuptial relation with the royal family, Three Parvas etc.. This note contains a description on Causes of the Rise of Rana Regime.
The Rana rulers were not only the dictators but also the agents of reformation. They can be reckoned as great contribution to the country's development even till date. This note contains description on Achievements of the Rana Period.