Nepal Politics – 20 Mysterious Things About Nepali Politics Ever Happened in History of Nepal


About Mysterious Things About Nepali Politics: – Nepal’s progress from war to peace seems turbulent. Numerous observers caution of coming political agitation; the foundation fears a fall in the social request and the fracture of the country. Yet, such feelings of trepidation are confused.

Nepal isn’t in Bedlam; its advances might be muddled and befuddling however they are not anarchic. There is a request inside the political change, yet one that can be secretive and unappealing to pariahs; the strength of Nepal’s political procedures acts against crucial changes.

Like people, all countries have a memory. This aggregate memory, regardless of whether truthful or anecdotal, is the thing that permits countries comprising of differing gatherings to partake in the ‘envisioned network’ that constitutes a country. Be that as it may, at times, there are bursts in memory.

These splits create because of national tragedies, which make injury the country’s mind similarly individual tragedies scar people. Such occasions wind up fundamental in forming the future course of the country is referred to, frequently disentangling existing socio-political esteem frameworks.

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In Nepal, the recognition of things past is very regularly hued by the exigencies of the present. The aggregate memory that constitutes history is a result of belief system, similar to the case all over the place. However, in a majority rules system, state-endorsed forms of history are dependably up for contestation and level-headed discussion. Nothing is holy, particularly not forms of ‘reality.’ Such contestations move one occurrence of recalling with another, making splits in the prevailing story. Be that as it may, Nepal doesn’t simply have cracks; it has to expand openings in its aggregate memory.

Nepal Politics – 20 Mysterious Things About Nepali Politics Ever Happened in History of Nepal

  1. Prithvi Narayan Shah

Prithvi Narayan Shah was conceived in 1723 AD being the child of Narabhupal Shah and Kaushalyawati. He governed in Nepal from 1743 to 1775 AD. The present structure of Nepal is the aftereffect of Prithvi Narayan Shah’s eager endeavors. He is appropriately called the manufacturer of current Nepal. He consolidated the littler territories into the solid country. He was the forlorn identity who imbued a sentiment of patriotism into the hearts and brains of the general population. He is the founder of modern Nepal.

  1. Kot massacre

The Kot slaughter (Nepali: कोत पर्व|kot Parva) occurred on 14 September 1846 when Jung Bahadur Rana and his siblings executed around 40 individuals from the Nepalese castle court including the Prime Minister and a relative of the King, Chautariya Fateh Jung Shah, at the royal residence arsenal (the kot) of Kathmandu. This prompted the loss of energy by King Rajendra Bikram Shah and by Surendra Bikram Shah and the foundation of the Rana absolutism. The peculiar downfall of Gagan Singh the night of fourteenth September 1846 incited this butcher.


The Queen wound up angered at his murder and she summoned each one of the executives to the Royal court. One thing incited other and the court changed into the grave of around 40 court nobles. Jung Bahadur Rana snatching this open entryway discarded each one of his adversaries and reported himself the Prime Minister of Nepal and the Chief of Nepalese Army.

  1. Bhandar Khal Parva

Kot Parva was trailed by the Bhandar Khal Parva that occurred on seventeenth Kartik 1903. After  Jung Bahadur Rana became prime minister and army chief of Nepal, Queen Rajendra Laxmi felt he was the peril to her powers. She plotted to get rid of him and raise her kid to the retarded position.

The trap was generally called the Basnyat Conspiracy for most by far of the individuals had a place with this good gathering. Nevertheless, they were sold out and the instigators were assembled and executed that incited the Bhandar Khal Parva. Through this Parva, Jung Bahadur Rana removed the King and Queen to Banaras.

  1. Alau Parva

The King started plotting his entrance from India prompting the third butcher that is Alau Parva through which Jung Bahadur Rana charged the King Rajendra of contriving against the circumstance of master and place him in house discover in Bhadgaon formally articulating his adolescent Crown Prince Surendra as the new King after which he changed into the best Prime Minister of Nepal.

  1. Death of Bhimsen Thapa

While there is a general accord on the reason and conditions of Bhimsen’s passing, there is a difference on the correct date of his demise. Baburam Acharya fights that Bhimsen endeavored suicide on 28 July in his home and kicked the bucket nine days after the fact on 5 August by the banks of Bishnumati; while Henry Oldfield, K.L. Pradhan, and Gyanmani Nepali battle that the suicide has endeavored on 20 July and the passing happened nine days after the fact on 28 July in his home, simply after which his dead body was arranged by the banks of Bishnumati.

  1. Royal massacre

Take, for instance, one of the pivotal occasions in Nepal’s ongoing history—the 2001 Royal Massacre. The official form—that an inebriated Dipendra, disappointed by his folks’ refusal to enable his prearranged engagement to the young lady of his voice, gunned down the whole imperial family before shooting himself—has discovered a couple of takers.

Paranoid ideas flourish with respect to what ‘really’ happened—the Indians organized the occasion or was it the Chinese, or maybe the CIA, or even the Maoists. Yet, first has been the part of ruler Gyanendra, whose whole family fortuitously got away sound and who went ahead to be above all else. Doubts were aggravated when Prekshya, the spouse of regal sibling Dhirendra, passed on in an asserted helicopter mischance at Rara lake five months after the fact.


  1. Dasdhunga Incident

The secretive demise of CPN-UML pioneer Madan Bhandari. In 1993, Bhandari, a star in national legislative issues, was professedly murdered in an auto crash at Dasdhunga in Chitwan. Just the driver, one Amar Lama, survived. The site, date, and nature of Bhandari’s demise stay challenged, notwithstanding the administration’s request that it was a mishap.

Numerous affirm that Bhandari was murdered somewhere else and the episode was made to resemble a mischance. The conditions encompassing Bhandari’s demise are laid out convincingly in the film Dasdhunga by Manoj Pandit, however, the film to gives few answers. What doesn’t help the secret is the way that Amar Lama was shot dead 10 years after the fact by unidentified people in Kirtipur?

  1. Dor Bahadur Bista Incident

After Bhandari and before the Royal Massacre lies another secret, that of Dor Bahadur Bista, the father of Nepali humanities and creator of the fundamental Fatalism and Development. Bista was a disputable figure, who in Fatalism and Development, laid out a cursing investigate of Nepali society, attributing the nation’s ills to the inconvenience of ‘bahunbad’, an esteem framework that reared resignation and organized nepotism (‘afno Manche’) at the cost of advancement.

Bista brought ethnicity into class progression and was criticized for it. The Kathmandu intellectuals, generally Bahun, did not take sympathetically to Bista’s j’accuse and Bista too did not administer to what brought together Kathmandu thought of him. He was a voyager, a troubadour, and he cleared out for Karnali. There, he established schools, hydropower ventures, and the Karnali Institute.

While working in Jumla, in 1995, Bista vanished. Gossipy tidbits, once more, flourish with respect to what happened. Some claim his social preparation incensed the Jumla landowners who had him killed while others assert that he strayed to India to while away his opportunity as a recluse. Nothing has happened to these and no generous examination has been directed into his vanishing. Bista, one of Nepal’s preeminent researchers, vanished with nary a follow.

  1. Death of Sadrul Miya Haque

Sadrul Miya Haque was a Nepalese government official. He won the Saptari-5 situate freely in the 2008 Constituent Assembly race as an autonomous hopeful with a total of 10603 votes. Haque was killed Bishanpur (Kalyanpur-2) in May 2013. He was 55 years of age at the time. His murder was still unknown.

  1. Death of Amar Lama

Amar Lama (अमर लामा in Nepali) was the driver of the jeep where Madan Bhandari and Jiblal Ashrit were riding which was engaged with the Dashdhunga mishap that occurred on 16 May 1993, where two prominent Nepali comrade pioneers Madan Bhandari and Jibraj Ashrit were slaughtered.

After about ten long stretches of the Dashdhunga mischance, on 28 July 2003, Lama was kidnapped and slaughtered by a gathering of unidentified shooters in Kirtipur, Kathmandu, which evidently confused the paranoid notions encompassing the executing of the two pioneers.

  1. Death and Disappears of people by Maoist

The total number of people who were disappeared on the civil war of Nepal between Maoist and Nepal army were still unknown. It is assumed that more than 14000 people got disappeared.

  1. Disappearance of Guns

During the civil war, there are numerous guns used by Maoist and at the time of peace treaty many guns were disappeared. It is still mysterious about these guns.

  1. The downfall of King Gyanendra

Gyanendra transformed into the King of Nepal after Crown Prince Dipendra, passed on two or three days sometime later of release wounds. Gyanedra’s lead was separated by a typical war which is also called as civil war falls between the assembly and Maoist guerilla powers drove by Pushpa Kamal Dahal or Prachanda and Baburam Bhattarai the basic war persisted from 1996 to 2006.


In the midst of this time, he separated the parliament and expected control over the reins of the organization into his own specific hands. After the suspension of risks, he was constrained to hold choices which were won by an association of seven political social occasions. He expected to surrender control when the parliament (containing the seven-party association together) drop the administration and transformed it into a dominant part lead republic.

  1. Madhes Movement

The Madhes Movement which was occurred in 2008, with the collaboration of Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum-Nepal, Terai Madhes Loktantrik Party, and Sadbhawana Party drove by Rajendra Mahato with three key plan: federalism, relative portrayal, and populace based decision voting public, which was later guaranteed in the Interim Constitution of Nepal 2008.

  1. Nepal as a Federalism

The constitution of Nepal has declared Nepal as a federal country. At present Nepal has seven states divided on the basis of Geography, Diversity and the lifestyle of people.

  1. Ram Baran Yadav

Yadav is the first president of Nepal. He was elected as the president on 21 July 2008.

  1. Khil Raj Regmi

Khil Raj Regmi became the Prime Minister of Nepal from 2013 to 2014. Regmi first was the Chief Justice of Nepal. After that, he had been appointed as the prime minister by President Ram Baran Yadav.  He was confirmed on 14 March 2013 by President Yadav.

  1. Female President of Nepal

Nepal got its second president as Bidhya Devi Bhandari. She is the wife of great politician Madan Bhandari.

  1. Constitution Election for two times

Nepal has its election of constitution assembly for two times. The first assembly of Nepal became unsuccessful to carry out the constitution so the second election was formed. The second constitutional assembly becomes successful to carry out the constitution for all the people.

  1. The collaboration of Maoist and CPN UML

The two political Parties, CPN UML and Maoist finally came to an agreement on the unification of two parties and signed seven-point agreements. At present, the name of this combined party is Nepal Communist Party having two Chairman Prachanda and KP Sharma Oli.

Author: Amrit Chapagain


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