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Historical Photos of Nepal ( Video Collection)

Short Clip Photo Collection of Historical Nepal.
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Historical Photos of Nepal

A collection of Old Photo of Nepal. Greater Nepal Maps, Kalapani War Arts, Ancient Living Styles, Aircraft, Historical Places, etc are inside the photo. You can watch the photos in the video. If you want a photo only then inbox us.


King Prithvi Narayan Shah of Gorkha in1786 had invaded the Kathmandu Valley and unified Nepal. Before the unification, Nepal was ruled by various Kirats, Lichchavis, Thakuris, and Mallas. The history mentioned that Kirats ruled Nepal during the 7th century BC. Though much wasn't known about Kirats, The Lichchavi dynasty followed the Kirats which lasted from the 2nd to 9th century AD. Nepal was ruled by the Thakuris who were followed by the Mallas for 2 centuries after The Lichchavis. Nepal was divided into many principalities and little kingdoms within the fifth century of Malla rule.

Jang Bahadur Rana the then Prime Minister of Nepal revolted against royalty in 1844. The famous Kot Massacre happened during this era during which the numbers of noblemen were killed. The Rana took absolute power but continued to take care of the Shah family within the palace. The 104 years regime of Ranas came to an end thanks to their autocratic rules.

It was in November 1950 King Tribhuvan restored democracy overthrowing the Rana regime with a sizable amount of Nepalese people support. He restored the Shah Regime again in Nepal. After his death, King Mahendra had ruled in Nepal from 13 March 1955 to 31 January 1972.

Birendra ruled Nepal from 31 January 1972 –1 June 2001and he was referred to as one among the foremost noble and peaceful king of Nepal. the whole family of King Birendra was massacred in June 2001 popularly referred to as Royal Massacre 2001. Prince Dipendra was crowned as King while he was on the coma stage, later he died in a single bed. After the death of Diepndra, Gyanendra Shah late King Birendra’s brother succeeded because of the King of Nepal.

King Gyanendra Shah was dethroned in 2006 by a decade long People’s revolution led by the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) and a variety of other week protests by major political parties and established the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal.
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