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Gajendra Pathak

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Gajendra Pathak

Published by Samayik Prakashan (2011)

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About this Item: Samayik Prakashan, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Printed Pages: 96. Seller Inventory # 98037

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Shamasher Bahadur Singh

Published by Rajkamal Prakashan (2008)

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About this Item: Rajkamal Prakashan, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Printed Pages: 192. Seller Inventory # RP-9788126707485

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Gajendra Pathak

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Jyotish Joshi

ISBN 10: 9350007398 ISBN 13: 9789350007396

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Raj, Prakash A.

Published by Navin Publication, Kathmandu (2013)

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About this Item: Navin Publication, Kathmandu, 2013. Soft cover. Condition: New. 60p, ills. On Nepal's prime minister from 1901 to 1929. In Nepali. Seller Inventory # 010119

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Raj, Prakash A.

Published by Kathmandu (2013)

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About this Item: Kathmandu, 2013. Soft cover. Condition: New. 51p, ills. Nepal's Rana prime minister from 1929 to 1932. In Nepali. Seller Inventory # 010191

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Ranjanaa Argade

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Raman Sinha

ISBN 10: 9350725630 ISBN 13: 9789350725634

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ISBN 10: 8126720174 ISBN 13: 9788126720170

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Gautam, Rajesh

Published by Kathmandu (2004)

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About this Item: Kathmandu, 2004. Wraps. Condition: New. 206 pages. Bharat Shamsher was a leader of the Gorkha Parishad, a Nepali political party. Seller Inventory # 005825

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DOODNATHA SINGH

ISBN 10: 8126720174 ISBN 13: 9788126720170

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Doodhnath Singh

Published by Rajkamal Prakashan (2011)

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About this Item: Rajkamal Prakashan, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Printed Pages: 311. Seller Inventory # RP-9788126720170

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Shamsher Bahadur Singh

Published by McGraw-Hill Education (2004)

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About this Item: McGraw-Hill Education, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Seller Inventory # XH1K2R6YJQ

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Nepal. H H Maharaja Juddha Shamsher Bahadur
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About this Item: Unknown Photogrpher, Nepal, 1935. The portrait shows the ruler seated, wearing full dress uniform and the typical Rana headdress, holding a sword, and wearing the sash, badge and breast star of a Knight Grand Commander of the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India. He was created an Honorary GCSI on 1st January 1935. The photograph is well toned and mounted on an old card: there is no photographer's credit, creases run across the lower right corner, one just affecting the signature but generally the image is in good condition. Size: 8.5 x 11.5ins. Joodha 1935. Seller Inventory # 007765

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About this Item: 1932. also signed in pencil by the photographer, showing him full length, in uniform, with his plumed helmet on a pedestal behind him, 11" x 8½", in photographer's mount 17" x 12", Nepal, 13th May. Seller Inventory # 16098

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HERZOG AND HIGGINS.

Published by c. (1910)

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About this Item: c., 1910. Platinum print. Very good tonal range and in good condition, pasted on original card. Seller Inventory # 81344

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HERZOG AND HIGGINS.

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About this Item: c., 1910. Very large toned silver gelatin print. Very good tonal range, pasted on card. This portrait belongs to one of the wives of the fifth Prime Minister of Nepal (18631929) from the Rana dynasty, who is known for abolishing slavery and signing the Anglo-Nepalese Treaty of Friendship, which recognised the independence of Nepal. Seller Inventory # 82939

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NEPAL RANA DYNASTY].

Published by [Probably Katmandu: ca 1928]. (1928)

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About this Item: [Probably Katmandu: ca 1928]., 1928. Studio gelatin silver print portrait photograph, window mounted and framed (11 x 9 inches; framed 18 x 16 inches). Mohan Shamsher Jang Bahadur Rana was installed on the resignation of his uncle as Prime Minister, Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Nepalese Army, Maharaja of Lambjang and Kaski, and Grand Master of the Royal Orders, at the Narayanhiti Royal Palace, in Katmandu, on the 30th of April 1948. He surrendered his crown to King Thribhuvan, following his return from India, at the Nrayanhiti Royal Palace, Katmandu, 17th February 1948. He was deprived of all the hereditary offices and privileges conferred on Jang Bahadur, 18th February 1951. He remained as Minister for Foreign Affairs from February to November of 1951, and Prime Minister of the reformed Ministry from May until November 1951. He went into self-imposed exile in India, 14th December 1951. At the time of this photograph he was probably ADC General and Chief of Staff to the Prime Minister Maharaja Sri Teen Chandra Shamsher Jang Bahadur Rana. The Royal House of Nepal claims descent from the "Chitor dynasty ruling at Udaipur. Ajaya Simha (alias Mincha Khan), younger son of Bhupal Ranaji Rao, established himself as Prince of Nayakot, Lambjang, Kaski, and Tanhun ca. 1495. His successor, Jagdeva Khan, conquered the principality of Kaski and secured the title of Shah from the Emperor of India during the sixteenth century. "Drabya Shah, great-grandson of Jagdeva, conquered Gorkha, establishing himself as the founder of the fortunes of the dynasty. His descendant, Prithvi Narayan, entered the Katmandu valley and ejected the Malla dynasty, becoming King in 1768. His successors conquered or subdued all the remaining petty principalities and unified the kingdom. They twice invaded Tibet but were severaly beaten and forced to become tributaries of the Emperor of China. The Indian borderlands and seized several principalities, thereby coming into conflict with the British East India Company. "Although severely beaten back to within reach of their borders, the Gurkha soldiers put up such an heroic defence that won the admiration of their foes. Enemies became firm friends and peace terms were generous, leaving Nepal as a virtually independent buffer state. The close association with the British forces, date from this period, captured Gurkha units being recruited en masse. "Court intrigues and the succession of minors, resulted in the advent of powerful Ministers. Assassinations and revolutions became commonplace as different court favourites and their families competed for power. Eventually, and perhaps inevitably, the tables were turned. The prime ministership became a virtual dictatorship. "Jang Bahadur Kunwar Ranaji, became Prime Minister in 1846 after yet another bloody coup. He consolidated his position in 1857, laying the foundations of a military oligarchy, which lasted for a century. He received the title of Maharaja of Lambjang and Kaski and the offices of Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief made hereditary within his family. "The status of the King during the Rana period closely resembled that of the Emperors of Japan. He became a semi-divine figure, greatly venerated but kept away from political matters, his movements watched and actions closely controlled. The Prime Minister's position was not unlike that of the Shogun, his office was hereditary and he controlled all political and military affairs. Foreign relations were limited to the periodic tribute missions to China and close co-operation with the British in India, no more than a handful of foreigners were permitted to visit the country and trade was restricted. "The immense contribution by Gurkha troops during the Great War prompted recognition of the full independence of the country, by Britain, in 1923. Although diplomatic relations were opened with the major European powers, the closed system remained in place. However, Nepal could not remain immune from the strong currents of change that engulfed South A. Seller Inventory # 72photo5

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HERZOG AND HIGGINS.

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About this Item: c., 1910. Very large toned silver gelatin print. Very good tonal range, pasted on card. This portrait belongs to one of 12 sons of the fifth Prime Minister of Nepal (18631929) from the Rana dynasty, who is known for abolishing slavery and signing the Anglo-Nepalese Treaty of Friendship, which recognised the independence of Nepal. Seller Inventory # 82941

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NEPAL - RANA DYNASTY].

Published by [Probably Katmandu: ca 1905]. (1905)

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About this Item: [Probably Katmandu: ca 1905]., 1905. Studio gelatin silver print group portrait photograph, window mounted and framed (11 x 9 inches). Juddha Shamsher Jang Bahadur Rana was prime minister (Maharaja) of Nepal from 1932 to 1945. Here he is photographed as a young man resplendent in his ceremonial uniform with two of his five wives, probably H.H. Sri Sri Sri Jetha Bada Maharani Padma Kumari Devi and H.H. Sri Sri Sri Kancha Maharani I. At the time of this photograph he was probably Northern Commanding General under the rule of Field-Marshal Maharaja Sri Teen Chandra Shamsher Jang Bahadur Rana. The Royal House of Nepal claims descent from the "Chitor dynasty ruling at Udaipur. Ajaya Simha (alias Mincha Khan), younger son of Bhupal Ranaji Rao, established himself as Prince of Nayakot, Lambjang, Kaski, and Tanhun ca. 1495. His successor, Jagdeva Khan, conquered the principality of Kaski and secured the title of Shah from the Emperor of India during the sixteenth century. "Drabya Shah, great-grandson of Jagdeva, conquered Gorkha, establishing himself as the founder of the fortunes of the dynasty. His descendant, Prithvi Narayan, entered the Katmandu valley and ejected the Malla dynasty, becoming King in 1768. His successors conquered or subdued all the remaining petty principalities and unified the kingdom. They twice invaded Tibet but were severaly beaten and forced to become tributaries of the Emperor of China. The Indian borderlands and seized several principalities, thereby coming into conflict with the British East India Company. "Although severely beaten back to within reach of their borders, the Gurkha soldiers put up such an heroic defence that won the admiration of their foes. Enemies became firm friends and peace terms were generous, leaving Nepal as a virtually independent buffer state. The close association with the British forces, date from this period, captured Gurkha units being recruited en masse. "Court intrigues and the succession of minors, resulted in the advent of powerful Ministers. Assassinations and revolutions became commonplace as different court favourites and their families competed for power. Eventually, and perhaps inevitably, the tables were turned. The prime ministership became a virtual dictatorship. "Jang Bahadur Kunwar Ranaji, became Prime Minister in 1846 after yet another bloody coup. He consolidated his position in 1857, laying the foundations of a military oligarchy, which lasted for a century. He received the title of Maharaja of Lambjang and Kaski and the offices of Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief made hereditary within his family. "The status of the King during the Rana period closely resembled that of the Emperors of Japan. He became a semi-divine figure, greatly venerated but kept away from political matters, his movements watched and actions closely controlled. The Prime Minister's position was not unlike that of the Shogun, his office was hereditary and he controlled all political and military affairs. Foreign relations were limited to the periodic tribute missions to China and close co-operation with the British in India, no more than a handful of foreigners were permitted to visit the country and trade was restricted. "The immense contribution by Gurkha troops during the Great War prompted recognition of the full independence of the country, by Britain, in 1923. Although diplomatic relations were opened with the major European powers, the closed system remained in place. However, Nepal could not remain immune from the strong currents of change that engulfed South Asia in 1947 and 1948. Within two years a revolution had broken out, overthrowing the Rana oligarchy and bringing the monarchy centre-stage once more. "The 1950 revolution may have secured a democratic regime, but Nepal's journey has not proved to be a stable one, since then. The Kings of Nepal have often had to play an important part in Nepalese politics. On two occasions the constitution has been abrogated and democratic institutions suspended, with the Kin. Seller Inventory # 72photo3

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