Note on Influences of Unification Campaign

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Prithvi Narayan Shah was a truly a patriotic, far-sighted, dynamic and hardworking king who determined to sew different flower of the state into a single garland. He was the only man who has made all the single state into one single country. His determination and courage itself were the matter of high appreciation which is remembered by everyone and his direct participation in the war read lines to learn from failures to for victory. The instances to justify his nature and the mission. To great extent was successful to unify Nepal into one. Therefore, the title of father of modern Nepal seems highly plausible and justifiable All the influence of Unification in Nepal was carried by the Prithvi Narayan Shah.

Prithivi Narayan Shah
Prithivi Narayan Shah

His unfulfilled dream to extended the territory were continued by the first daughter in law Rajendra Laxmi and the youngest son bahadur shah. They played the role with high level of honesty and avidity. The boundary of Nepal was extended even to Kumaon Gadwal in the west and extended up to the tista in the east. This is how the unfulfilled of Prithivi Narayan shah was fulfilled and even more extended by them and eventually created a big Nepal

Similarly to the history of the creation of Germany form Persia, Italy from Sardinia, etc. the creation, this Morden Nepal emerged from Gorkha and reached different parts of Nepal as it said a journey of thousand miles starts with the first step.

Some possible impacts of Unification camping initiated by Prithivi Narayan Shah to Nepal in are as follow

  • Consolidation of nation and the nationality
  • Stoppage of foreign interference as the interference was too expensive when Nepal was divided into small state
  • Divya updesh introduce by him several as corner stone good governance and social reforms
  • Treaty of trade and commerce between Nepal and Tibet did in 1832B.S supported significantly for financial progress
  • Declaration of Kathmandu of Kathmandu as capital city with obviously reduce administrative expenses
  • People become sovereign and felt there and their participation in the process of governing the nation
  • During his time, the unity and the nationality seemed strengthened .
  • Development of co-operation, co-ordination and help among people
  • Feeling of unity and togetherness developed and bravely exhibited during his rule

These were the notable and noble deed carried out during Prithivi Narayan shah time. Besides these, he was also successful to give new message to the people that the journey with the mission can be one day successfully accomplished despite some challenge on the highway.

  • King Prithvi Narayan Shah consolid nation and nationality.
  • He was truly a patiriotic , far -sighted , dynamic and hardworking king who determind to sew different flower of states into a single garden.
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Very Short Questions

Following are the possible impacts of unification campaign initiated by Prithvi Narayan Shah:

  • Consolidation of nation and the nationality.
  • stoppageof foreigninterference as the interference was too excessive when Nepal was divided into small states.
  • During his time , the unity and nationality seemed strengthened.
  • Development of co-operation , co-ordination and help among people.
  • Feeling of unity and togetherness developed and bravely exhibited during his rule. etc.

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  • PN Shah was truly a________king who determined to sew different flowers of states into a single garland.

    Patriotic
    dynamic
    far-sighted
  • ______________are the possible impacts f unification campaign initated by PN Shah to Nepal.

    Consolidation of nation and the nationality.
    Development of co-operation,co-ordination and help among each other.
    The unity and nationality seemed strengthned
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What was the impact of trade and commercial treaty done between Nepal and Tibet?


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