Bhimsen Thapa (Nepali: भीमसेन थापा; August 1775 – 5 August 1839)

  1. Paudel, Punya Prasad (2006). Aatreya dekhi Paudel samma. Paudel Society for Cultural Promotion. p. 101.
Shree Mukhtiyar General Bhimsen Thapa
Bhimsen Thapa

Bhimsen Thapa, the Mukhtiyar (equivalent to Prime Minister) of Nepal from 1806 to 1837


In office
1806 – 1837
MonarchGirvan Yuddha Bikram Shah Deva
Rajendra Bikram Shah
Preceded byRana Bahadur Shah
as Mukhtiyar
Succeeded byRanajang Pande

Commander-in-Chief
Preceded byDamodar Pandey
Succeeded byRana Jang Pandey

JanamAugust 1775(1775-08-00)
Pipal Thok village, Gorkha district, Nepal
Maut5 August 1839 (aged 64)
Bhim-Mukteshowr, Kathmandu, Nepal
NationalityNepali
Relationsnephew Mathabarsingh Thapa, grandsonJung Bahadur Rana, niece Queen Tripurasundari of Nepal
ChildrenLalita Devi Pande, Janak Kumari Pande, and Dirgha Kumari Pande[1]
DharamHindu, Kshetri
colspan="2" Template:WPMILHIST Infobox style | Military service
AllegianceTemplate:Country data Kingdom of Nepal
Service/branchNepal Army
RankCommander-in-Chief
CommandsCommander-in-Chief
Battles/warsAnglo-Nepalese War

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