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|127p.; 22 cm. Includes Bibliography.
The Dibya Upadesh [Divine Counsels] of Prithvi Narayan Shah the Great [1723-1775], the founder king of the Unified Nepal, is probably the single most significant document which explains the Ghorkha Conquest and his contribution to the newly founded Country. The Dibya Upadesh also explains Prithvi Narayan Shah's accomplishments of the Unification campaign and his counsel to the successors of his seat of power. These counsels dealt with the geopolitical vulnerability of his newly unified country, and provided directions to the governing elite.