The Period of Rana Regime

The son of Balnarsingh Kunwar, Junga Bahadur Kunwar took over the reign after the Kot Parwa. After Bhandarkhal Parwa and Alau Parwa, Junga Bahadur became more powerful, and got the title Shree 3 of Lamjung and Tanahun and laid the foundation for Rana Regime.

Prime Ministers and their major contributions
  1. Junga Bahadur (1904-1933 BS): The issuance of national code for the first time (‘Muluki Aein’) in 1910 BS codifying the judicial system and Criminal Law. Establishment of Durbar School. Acquisition of new land.
  2. Ranoddip (1933-1942 BS): Publication of Calendar for the first time and provision of new system of collecting land revenue.
  3. Bir Shamsher (1942-1957 BS): The provision of Bir Dhara (drinking water spouts) in Bhadgaun and Kathmandu; construction of bridges, establishment of Bir Hospital (1974 BS), establishment of Bir Library and construction of Ghantaghar (clock tower).
  4. Dev Shamsher (1957-1958 BS): Start of the publication of the Gorkhapatra, Fixture of official working hours from 10 am to 5 pm, the arrangement of Government holidays, and the establishment of schools.
  5. Chandra Shamsher (1958-1986 BS): Abolishment of Sati Pratha, liberation of slaves, electricity for the first time, establishment of (the first college) Tri-Chandra college, the formation of Gorkha Language Publication Committee, development of railway, construction of the map of Nepal.
  6. Bhim Shamsher (1986-1989 BS): Remission of custom on salt and cotton, encouragement for the cultivation of cotton.
  7. Juddha Shamsher (1989-2002 BS): The establishment of the first bank (Nepal Bank), development of cottage industry, establishment of high court, fire brigade, museum and zoo.
  8. Padma Shamsher (2002-2005 BS): Promulgation of the first constitution, establishment of Kathmandu municipality.
  9. Mohan Shamsher (2005-2008 BS): Establishment of wireless communication, Formation of National Economic Committee.

Kings of Shah Dynasty of Nepal

S. No. Kings Period (in BS)
1 Prithivi Narayan Shah 1799-1831
2 Pratapsingh Shah 1831-1834
3 Ranabahadur Shah 1834-1855
4 Girbanyuddha Bikram Shah 1855-1873
5 Rajendra Bikram Shah 1873-1904
6 Surendra Bikram Shah 1904-1938
7 Prince Trailokya Bir Bikram Shah Died while in prince hood
8 Prithivi Bir Bikram Shah 1938-1968
9 Tribhuwan Bir Bikram Shahadev 1968-2011
10 Mahendra Bir Bikram Shahadev 2011-2028
11 Birendra Bir Bikram Shahadev 2028-2058
12 Dipendra Bir Bikram Shahadev 3 days while in unconscious state
13 Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shahadev 2058/02/22-2065/02/15
Prime Ministers of Nepal
S. No. Name Period (in BS)
1 Bhimsen Thapa 1863-1894
2 Ranganath Poudel 1894-1895
3 Puskar Shah 1895-1896
4 Ranajung Pandey 1896-1997
5 Phattejung Shah 1897-1900, 1902-1903
6 Mathbarsingh Thapa 1900-1902
7 Junga Bahadur Rana 1903-1913, 1914-1933
8 Bom Bahadur Rana 1913-1914
9 Ranoddip Singh 1933-1942
10 Bir Shamser Junga Bahadur Rana 1942-1957
11 Dev Shamsher Junga Bahadur Rana 1957-1958
12 Chandra Shamsher Junga Bahadur Rana 1958-1986
13 Bhim Shamsher Junga Bahadur Rana 1986-1989
14 Juddha Shamsher Junga Bahadur Rana 1989-2002
15 Padma Shamsher Junga Bahadur Rana 2002-2005
16 Mohan Shamsher Junga Bahadur Rana 2005-2008
17 Matrika Prasad Koirala 2008-2009, 2010-2011
18 Tanka Prasad Acharya 2012 -2014
19 Dr. K. I. Singh 2014-2014
20 Shubarna Samsher Junga Bahadur Rana 2015-2016
21 Bisweshwor Prasad Koirala 2016-2017
22 Dr. Tulasi Giri 2019-2021, 2032-2034
23 Surya Bahadur Thapa 2021-2023, 2023-2025, 2036-2040, 2054-2054, 2060-2061
24 Kirtinidhi Bista 2025-2026, 2028-2030, 2034-2036
25 Nagendra Prasad Rijal 2030-2032, 2042-2042
26 Lokendra Bahadur Chand 2040-2042, 2046-2047, 2053-2054, 2059-2060
27 Marichman Singh Shrestha 2043- 2046
28 Krishna Prasad Bhattarai 2047-2048 2056-2056
29 Girija Prasad Koirala 2048-2051, 2054-2055, 2055-2056, 2056-2058, 2063-2065
30 Manamohan Adhikari 2051-2052
31 Sher Bahadur Deuba 2052-2053, 2058-2059, 2061-2061, 2074-02-24 to 2074-11-03
32 Puspa Kamal Dahal (Prachanda) 2065-2066, 2073-04-19 to 2074-02-23
33 Madhav Kumar Nepal 2066-02-11 to 2067-10-22
34 Jhala Nath Khanal 2067 Magh 23 to 2068 Bhadau 11
35 Dr. Baburam Bhattarai 2068 Bhadau 12- 2069 Phagun 30
36 Khila Raj Regmi 2069 Chait 1-2070 Magh 28
37 Sushil Koirala 2070 Magh 28- 2072 Asoj 24
38 K. P. Sharma Oli 2072 Asoj 25- 2073 Shrawan 19, 2074 Falgun 3 to

Source: Government of Nepal Ministry of Communication and Information Technology Department of Information and Broadcasting.

 

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