Modern History of Nepal (From Nepal unification to the present day)

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Modern History of Nepal (From Nepal unification to the present day)

Establishment of Shah Dynasty:

Kulmandan Shah was the first king to get the title of shah. From India shah dynasty emerged to Nepa.

Rise of Shah dynasty in Lamjung:

Yesho Bhrama Shah was the first king of Lamjung from Shah Dynasty. 15 Ashad, In 1550 B.S Yesho Bhrama shah become the king of Lamjung.

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King Narhari Shah ruled over the Lamjung after Yesho Bhrama Shah. Yesho Bhrama Shah has 2 sons.

Narhari Shah and Drabya Shah are the two sons of Yesho Bhrama Shah. Drabya shah ruled Gorkha. In 1616 B.S Drabya shah become the king of Gorkha.

Establishment of Gorkha:

Khadka dynasty ruled Gorkha before the Shah dynasty. Winner of athletics was the system to choose king in Liglig. 2 times Drabya Shah attacked over Gorkha. Purandar Shah was the father's name of Ram Shah. King Ram Shah developed trade in Gorkha. 30 years Ram Shah ruled over Gorkha.Ram Shah die in 1693 B.S. 25 years Nar Bhupal Shah ruled in Gorkha. In 1794 B.S Nar Bhupal Shah attack Nuwakot. Nar Bhupal Shah have 4 wives. Chandra Pravawoti, Kausalyawoti, Budimati, Subhadrawoti were named the of Nar Bhupal Shah wives. Kausalyawoti have 2 children (Prithvi Narayan Shah and Pardma Kumari Shah). Queen Budimati have 2 children (Brinda Shanker and Surpratap Shah).Subhadrawoti have 2 children (Mahaddam Shah and Daljit Shah).

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Rise of Prithivi Narayan Shah

Prithivi Narayan Shah was born in 27 Poush, 1779 B.S.

Nar Bhupal Shah was the father of Prithivi Narayan Shah. Kausalyawoti was the mother of Prithivi Narayan Shah. Prithivi Narayan Shah have 2 wives. Indrakumari - Makwanpur Narendra Laxmi -Banaras were the wives of Prithivi Narayan Shah. In 1798 B.S Prithivi Narayan Shah visit Bhaktapur for the first time. In 25 Chaitra, 1799 B.S Prithvi Narayan Shah ascend the throne of Gorkha.

Unification process of Prithvi Narayan Shah:

In 1801 B.S Prithivi Narayan Shah attack Nuwakot.
In 1812 B.S Prithivi Narayan Shah attack Nuwakot. In 1812 B.S Prithivi Narayan Shah win over Mahadev Pokhari and Daha Chowk.In 9 Bhadra, 1819 B.S Prithivi Narayan Shah win over Makwanpur. Prithivi Narayan Shah attack Kritipur for the First time in 1814 B.S. Prithivi Narayan Shah attack Kritipur for the Second time in 1821 B.S. Prithivi Narayan Shah attack Kritipur for the Third time in 1822 B.S. Prithivi Narayan Shah win Kritipur in 1822 B.S. Jayant Rana was governing Nuwakot when Prithivi Narayan Shah first attacked the Nuwakot. Kalu Paade was killed at the first attack of Kritipur. King Dignandansen was the king of Makwanpur when Gorkha troop attacked. In 13th Ashoj, 1825 B.S Prithivi Narayan Shah conquer the Kantipur. During Indrajatra festival, Gorkhalis' attacked Kantipur. In 24th Ashoj, 1825 B.S Patan Surrender to Gorkha. Bhadgaon captured in 1st Karthik, 1826 B.S

Winning date of Prithivi Narayan Shah

Unified place

Date

Nuwakot

1801 B.S

Naldum, Dahanchowk

1812 B.S

Shivapuri

1813 B.S

First Attack on Kritipur

1814 B.S

Success on Kavre

1816 B.S

Second Attack on Kritipur

Bhadra 1819 B.S

Success on Kritipur

Bhadra 1921 B.S

War with Captain Kinlok

1823 B.S

Success on Kantipur

13th Ashwin 1825 B.S

Success on Lalitpur

Poush 1825 B.S

Success on Bhaktapur

1st Mangsir, 1826 B.S

Bijayar and Chaudandi

1830 B.S

Things to remember

Winning date of Prithivi Narayan Shah:

  • Nuwakot in 1801 B.S
  • Naldum, Dahanchowk in 1812 B.S
  • Shivapuri in1813 B.S
  • First Attack on Kritipur in1814 B.S
  • Success on Kavre in1816 B.S
  • Second Attack on Kritipur in Bhadra 1819 B.S
  • Success on Kritipur in Bhadra 1921 B.S
  • War with Captain Kinlok in 1823 B.S
  • Success on Kantipur in 13th Ashwin 1825 B.S
  • Success on Lalitpur in Poush 1825 B.S
  • Success on Bhaktapur in 1st Mangsir, 1826 B.S
  • Bijayar and Chaudandi in 1830 B.S
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