Jankari Nepal – List of All Kings of Nepal.
Nepal was ruled by monarchs of the Shah dynasty from 1768 till the abolition of monarchy in 2008. However, from 1846 until the 1951 revolution, the country was de facto ruled by the hereditary prime ministers from the Rana dynasty, reducing the role of the Shah monarch to that of a figurehead. The monarchy was abolished on 28 May 2008 by the 1st Constituent Assembly.
List of All Kings of Nepal – History Of Nepal.
|1||Prithvi Narayan Shah||25 September 1768||11 January 1775|
|2||Pratap Singh Shah||11 January 1775||17 November 1777|
|3||Rana Bahadur Shah||17 November 1777||8 March 1799
|4||Girvan Yuddha Bikram Shah||8 March 1799||20 November 1816|
|5||Rajendra Bikram Shah||20 November 1816||12 May 1847
|6||Surendra Bikram Shah||12 May 1847||17 May 1881|
|7||Prithvi Bir Bikram Shah||17 May 1881||11 December 1911|
|8||Tribhuvan Bir Bikram Shah||11 December 1911||7 November 1950
(went into exile)
|9||Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah||7 November 1950||7 January 1951
|10||Tribhuvan Bir Bikram Shah||7 January 1951||13 March 1955|
|11||Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah||14 March 1955||31 January 1972|
|12||Birendra Bir Bikram Shah||31 January 1972||1 June 2001
|13||Dipendra Bir Bikram Shah||1 June 2001||4 June 2001
|14||Gyanendra Bir Bikram Sha||4 June 2001||28 May 2008
Prithvi Narayan Shah is first Kings of Nepal in 25 September 1768. His tenure lasted from 25 September 1768 to 11 January 1775. He also unified the Nepal.
Gyanendra is the first king of Nepal who became king twice. Gyanendra became king for the first time in 1950 and became king for the second time in 2001. He is also the last king of Nepal.