History of Nepal __ "The History of Nepal is
characterized by its isolated position in the Himalayas and its two dominant
neighbors, India and China. Even though it was independent through most of
its history, it was split in three from the 15th to 18th century." An
encyclopedic article along with links to related materials. - illustrated -
From wikipedia -
Nepal: History __ "By the 4th cent. A.D. the
Newars of the central Katmandu valley had apparently developed a flourishing
Hindu-Buddhist culture." A look at the history of Nepal along with
other information about Nepal. - From infoplease.com -
Nepal History __ "Nepal was created from an
amalgam of small principalities in 1768 under King Prithvi Narayan Shah.
Under the control of a hereditary king, Nepal then became a ‘buffer state’
between the British empire and the territories to the north." An
overview of Nepal's history along with other information about the country.
- illustrated - From iexplore.com -
__ "But the recorded history of Nepal does not start until around 800 BC,
with the beginning of the Kirat Period. After that was the Lichhavi and
Thakuri Period, followed by the Malla Period and finally the Shah Period."
You may read an overview of all of these periods in a click-to-read format.
- From cybermesa.com -
Nepal - History __ "The long-term trend in Nepal
has been the gradual development of multiple centers of power and
civilization and their progressive incorporation into a varied but
eventually united nation." An essay about Nepal's history. - From
Political History of the Maoists in Nepal __ "The
Nepal Communist Party was founded in 1949. Until a new Constitution
guaranteeing a multi-party system was adopted in 1990, however, most
Communist politicians had been in exile." A brief look at their
history and links to additional resources. - From preventconflict.org -