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Back Book Title The Silent Cry (The People of Nepal: 1816-1839)

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The Silent Cry (The People of Nepal: 1816-1839)
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- Ludwig F. Stiller, S.J. (Ed) Pratyoush Onta
- Nepal
- Educational Publishing House, Nepal.
- 9789937711029
- 2018
- 368p. ; 135 x 225mm. Includes Index ; Bibliography
- 370 gms.
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In The Silent Cry is the story of the people of Nepal during a trying period of adjustment and searching for new goals. This story begins with the Treaty of Sagauli in 1816 and continues through to the death of Bhim Sen Thapa in 1839. This 1816-39 period, so formative in the history of today’s Nepal, has been largely untouched by histories. First published in 1976, in this researched book, Stiller presented his most original and provocative interpretation of the early phase of Nepal’s modern history. The book is divided into four parts; providing an analysis of the situation prevailing in Nepal at the time of the Treaty of Sagauli to the dialogue that took place between the central administration in Kathmandu and ‘village Nepal’ and explain the administration’s failure to respond to the needs of the simple people of Nepal.

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