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Forever Incomplete
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Forever Incomplete
The Story of Nepal

First Edition


September 2013 | 300 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Forever Incomplete is the story of the Kingdom of Nepal. It will take the reader through various periods in her long history-from the birth and unification of the country, attempts at expansion, and clashes with neighbouring powers to the demarcation of its present-day borders. The story also covers the tussles for power within the court, the awakening of the people and their attempts to gain power. Myths, legends and history are intertwined to give the reader a fresh and revealing perspective on Nepal and the challenges she faces in the years ahead.

The author belongs to a well-known family of Nepal. His unique vantage point makes this book an insider's account that has been written with deep understanding of Nepal. It is peppered with fascinating personal accounts from the author which give the reader insights into the socio-political milieu of the years in discussion.

Prologue

 
From Gorkha to Nepal

 
Of Wool and War

 
Bivouac at the Gomati

 
The First Four

 
Vikram Sambat 2007

 
The King Rules

 
Vikram Sambat 2046

 
Sinning Again

 
Mero Ahwan

 
Epilogue

 
Glossary

 
Notes

 
Bibliography

 
Index

 

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ISBN: 9788132110996
£43.99