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Pasang Lahamu Sherpa

Birth: 2018 Mansir 28
Birth Place: Chaurikharka VDC Surke Village ,Solukhumbu 
Father- Mother: Purbakitar- Angadarki Sherpa
Sagarmatha Climbing : 2050 B.S Baisakh 10, 2.50 Day.
National Heroes Declare on: 2059 B.S Baisakh 10
Title: Nepal Star
Death :2050 B.S Baisakh 11 While returning from Everest.
Tile: Queen of the Mountain

Pasang Lhamu Sherpa (Nepali: पासाङ ल्हामु शेर्पा 10 December 1961 – 22 April 1993) was the first Nepalese woman to climb the summit of Mount Everest.

She was born into a mountaineering family and was involved in climbing from her teens. She had successfully climbed Mont Blanc, Cho Oyu, Mount Yalapic, Pisang Himal, and others. She had attempted Everest three times before, but did not succeed until April 22, 1993, when she reached the summit by theSouth Col via the Southeast Ridge route.

The morning of April 22, 1993 was bright and clear, and remained and so until Pasang reached the top of the 8,848 m. peak with five Sherpas, Sonam Tshering Sherpa, Lhakpa Norbu Sherpa, Pemba Dorje Sherpa and Dawa Tashi Sherpa. Meanwhile, a member of the team and five-time Everest sumitter Sherpa Sonam Tshering got seriously sick at south summit and, despite Pasang Lhamu's efforts to help, did not survive his illness. While descending from the summit, tragedy struck the team. The weather, as often happens in the mountains, suddenly turned bad, causing her to lose her own life on the south summit. She was fully aware of the peril, but that did not deter Pasang from getting to her goal, even if it meant sacrificing her life. Vladas Vitkauskas helped move her body down the mountain.

For achieving what no other Nepalese woman had achieved before her, Pasang Lhamu was posthumously honored by her country and the mountaineers all around the world in various ways. She was the very first woman to be decorated with the "Nepal Tara (Star)" by His Majesty the King. The National Youth Foundation conferred the 1993-94 Youth Excellence Award on her. Similarly, in order to commemorate her feat, a life-size statue of Pasang Lhamu was erected at Bouddha, Chuchepati; a postage stamp was issued in her name; the Government of Nepal renamed Jasamba Himal (7,315 m) in the Mahalangur Range as Pasang Lhamu Peak; the Ministry of Agriculture named a special strain of wheat as Pasang Lhamu wheat; the Pasang Lhamu Memorial Hall was established in Dhulabari of Jhapa district in east Nepal; and the 117- Km Trishuli-Dunche road was named the Pasang Lhamu Highway.

Adikavi Bhanubhakta Acharya
Birth: 1871 Asar 29
Title: Aadikavi ( First Poet)
Father: Dhananjaya Acharya
Grandfather: Shree Krishna Achrya
Birth Place: Tanahu, Chundi, Ramga
Publication : Ramayan, Badhusikchya, Bhaktamala, Prasnouttari
First Publication :Balkand, Ramayan
Death: 1926 B.S

Poet Motiram Bhatta
Birth: 1823 B.S Bhadra Krishna Aunsi
Place of Birth: Kathmandu, Bhosi tol.
Father-Mother: Dayaram- Ripumerdini
Publication: Prhalad, Bhaktimala, Nitidarpan, Ukhan ko Bhakahan, Gafhaster, SAkuntala, Priyadarsika, Bhanubhakto ko jivani, Kamal bharmar,
Death: 1953 B.S

His Majesty King Tribhuvan
Date of Birth: 1963 B.S Asar 17
Father - Mother: Prithivi Bir Bikram- Laxmi Divyeswori
Rajyarohan: 1968 B.S at the age of 5.
Rajyaabhisekh: 1969 B.S
Shelter in Indian Embassy: 2007 Kartik 27 
Return from the India: 2007 B.S Falgun 4
Democracy announcement: Falgun 7 ,2007 B.S
Death: 2011 B.S Falgun 30 (Jurich Kanton Hospital,Sitzerland)

Bhimsen Thapa
Date Of Birth: 1832 B.S 
Birth Place: Gorkha,Borlang 
Died: 1896 B.S 
First Primeminister of Nepal 
Built: Sundhara and Dharhara

Amar Singh Thapa
Birth: 1808 B.S ,Tanahu
Death: 1873 ,Gosaikunda
Sayings: I am the son of lion not bone eater like dog

Real Name: BalBhau
Birth: 1300B.S
Arniko Day: Poush 14
Death: 1363 B.S in China

Sita (Nepali:सीता, also spelled Sîta, Seeta or Seetha [ˈsiːt̪aː], listen (help·info)meaning "furrow") also known as Vaidehi, Janaki, Maithili, is the central female character of the Hindu epic Ramayana and a daughter of , King Janakof Janakpur. She is the consort of the Hindu god Rama (avatar of Vishnu) and is an avatar of Lakshmi, goddess of wealth and wife of Vishnu. She is esteemed as a paragon of spousal and feminine virtues for all Hindu women.Sita is known for her dedication, self-sacrifice, courage and purity.

Sita is described as the daughter of the earth goddess Bhūmi and the adopted daughter of King Janaka of Mithila and Queen Sunayna. In her youth, she marries Rama, the prince of Ayodhya. Soon after her marriage, she is forced into exile with her husband and brother-in-law Lakshmana. While in exile, the trio settle in the Dandaka forest, from where she is abducted by Ravana,Rakshasa King of Lanka. She is imprisoned in the Ashoka Vatika of Lanka by Ravana. Sita is finally rescued by Rama in the climatic war where Rama slays Ravana. Sita proves her chastity by undergoing a trial by fire. Thereafter, Rama and Sita return to Ayodhya, where they are crowned as king and queen. However, Rama abandons a pregnant Sita when one of his subjects casts doubt over her chastity. In the refuge of Sage Valmiki's hermitage Sita gives birth to twins Lava and Kusha. After her sons grow up and unite with their father, Sita returns to her mother, the Earth's womb, for release from a cruel world as a testimony of her purity. Her other names are Bhumije and Janaki.

Ram Shah
Birth: 1643 B.S
Name of the State :Gorkha 
Father: Purendra Shah Ruling 
Period: 1663 to 1690 B.S 
Death: 1690 B.S 

Prithivi Narayan Shah
Birth: 1779 B.S Poush 27, Gorkha
Father-Mother: Narabhupak- Kausalyawati
Queen: Indrakumari and Narendra laxmi
Rajyarohan: 1799 B.S
First attack: 1980 B.S.
Makwanpur Victory: 1818 B.S in Second Atteck
Kritipur Attack: 1814 B.S (first) ,1821 B.S Second , 1822 Victory Kathmandu Victory: 1825 B.S .
Asoj 13 Death: 1831 B.S
Prithvi Narayan Shah, King of Nepal (1723–1775; Nepali: वडामहाराजधिराज पृथ्वीनारायण शाह) was the first King of the unified Nepal. He is credited for starting the campaign for a unified Nepal, which had been divided and weakened under Malla confederacy.He was the ninth generation descendant of Dravya Shah (1559–1570), the founder of the ruling house of Gorkha. Prithvi Narayan Shah succeeded his father, King Nara Bhupal Shah, to the throne of the Gorkha Kingdom in 1743.

Dynasty: Thakuri
Title: Shree Kalhabhimani
Important Publication: Shabdabiddha
Biuld Kailashkut Bhawan
Died: 678 B.S
Amshuverma (595-621 AD) rose to the position of Mahasamanta (a position akin to today's prime minister) about 595 AD when King Sivadev I was ruling in the Licchavi kingdom of Nepal. By 604 AD Sivadeva was reduced to a mere figurehead by Amshuverma within years of his appointment as Samanta, a feudal lord. His rule appears to have ended before 621 AD when crown prince Udayadev became King.

Amshuverma is believed to have been a son of a brother of the queen of Sivadeva. He was learned, bold and farsighted ruler of Lichhavi period, he was also a lover of art, architecture and literature. He built Kailashkut Bhawan palace, which became famous as a state of the art palace south of theHimalayas in the seventh century.

The Chinese ambassador Wang Huen Che who was appointed about 640 AD makes a graphic description of its grandeur in Tang Annals of China. The appointment of the Chinese ambassador to the court of Nepal in seventh century shows that a very close relationship pertained between Nepal and China already.

It is believed that Udayadev was exiled to Tibet and the daughter of Udayadev, Bhrikuti, was married to the Chinese Emperor Tsrong-tsing Gompo. This event appears to have opened trade routes between Nepal and Tibet. Some early historians in Nepal had mistakenly concluded that the pictographic symbol used to name the father of Bhrikuti in Tang Annals stood for Amshu (which means the rays of the rising sun in Sanskrit, the language used in Nepal then), where as Udaya (the rise of the sun) would also be written with the same symbols. Bhrikuti could not have been Amshuverma's daughter simply because she would be too old to marry the Chinese Emperor. Bhrikuti was daughter of Udayadev and she had dispatched the Chinese army to Nepal valley to reinstate Narendradev, her brother, as king in Nepal about 640 AD. Bhrikuti was instrumental in spreading Buddhism to Tibet and she later attained the status of Tara, the shakti in Mahayana Buddhism.

The Chinese Buddhist monk Xuanzang, who visited India during the 7th century, described Aṃshuvarmā as a man of many talents. The original temple of Jokhang in Lhasa was modeled after a Nepali monastery design - a square quadrangle with the kwa-pa-dyo shrine at the center of the east wing, opposite to the entrance. The innermost shrine room of the world heritage Jokhang temple still displays the woodwork of Nepali origin and craftsmanship. Since then, and specially after the contributions of Araniko, a Nepali bronze caster and architect, sent to Tibet to cast a stupa in 1265 AD, Nepali art and architecture spread over the countries like China and Japan. An inscription by Aṃshuvarmā dated to 607 AD at Tistung professes the importance of the "Aryan code of conduct" (i.e. the caste system).

A great feat of architecture and engineering, the Kailashkut Bhawan, is believed to have been located about Hadigaun in Kathmandu. It had three courtyards and seven storied tiered structure with grand water works and inlay stone decorations. Amshuverma also introduced the second Licchavi era (samvat). Economically, Nepal was much developed during his time. His ruling period is known as the 'Golden Period' in the history of Nepal.

King Janak
Important Saying
1, Never fight with each other
2 .Live happily together
3. Eat together
4. Be united.
5. Maintain peace in the world with unity
Janaka (also spelled Janak; Nepali: जनक, Sanskrit: जनक is the name used to refer to the kings of Videha. The Janaka Dynasty ruled the Videha kingdom from their capital, Mithila, identified with modern Janakpur in Nepal. A certain King Janaka, who probably reigned during the 7th century BCE, is mentioned in the late Vedic literature as a great philosopher-king. A King Janaka is also mentioned in the Ramayana epic.

Gautam Buddha
Birth: 626 B.C Baisakh Purnima.
Childhood name: Siddhartha Gautam
Place of Birth: Lumbini, Kapilbastu
Father- Mother: Suddodan- Mayadevi
Name of Son :Rahul
Wife's Name: Yasodhara
Enlightment : 588 B.C Baisakh Purnima
Title: Ligh Of Asia
Selfdied: 543 A.d Baisakh Purnima( Kusinagar, India )

Gautama Buddha, also known as Siddhārtha Gautama, Shakyamuni,[note 3]or simply the Buddha, was a sage on whose teachings Buddhism was founded.[web 2] He lived and taught mostly in northeastern India sometime between the sixth and fourth centuries BCE.

The word Buddha means "awakened one" or "the enlightened one". "Buddha" is also used as a title for the first awakened being in a Yuga era. In most Buddhist traditions, Siddhartha Gautama is regarded as the Supreme Buddha(Pali sammāsambuddha, Sanskrit samyaksaṃbuddha) of the present age. Gautama taught a Middle Way between sensual indulgence and the severe asceticism found in the śramaṇa movement common in his region. He later taught throughout regions of eastern India such as Magadha andKosala.

Gautama is the primary figure in Buddhism and accounts of his life, discourses, and monastic rules are believed by Buddhists to have been summarized after his death and memorized by his followers. Various collections of teachings attributed to him were passed down by oral traditionand first committed to writing about 400 years later.
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August 16, 2018 delete

very good pictures