50 Most Important General Knowledge from History of Nepal


Hello Friends, today I am going to share with you ’50 Most Important General Knowledge from History of Nepal’. We are making this GK questions answers lists including previous Loksewa exams and also included important History related gk that may be asked in future. These collection helps you a little to prepare competitive exam in Nepal. 



50 Most Important General Knowledge from History of Nepal mentioned in Below:

Q.n.1 Who is considered the first king of Nepal?
Ans – Bhuktaman

Q.n.2. Who is the first authentic King of Nepal?
Ans – Mandev

Q.n.3. Who used to cut the baby’s lace?
Ans – Amsuvarma

Q.n.4. When was the Bir Hospital built?
Ans – B.S. 1947

Q.n.5. What was the soldier called in Mallakal?
Ans – Umrao

Q.n.6. Who is the first person to use the word ‘Jai Nepal’?
Ans – Shukraj Raj Shastri

Q.n.7. Who is the first Nepali to visit the UK?
Ans – Jung Bahadur Rana

Q.n.8. Which is the first college in Nepal?
Ans – Trichndra College

Q.n.9. When and where was Bhimsen Thapa born?
Ans – B.S 1832, Borlang of Gorkha

Q.n.10. The founder of the Sen Dynasty belonged to the king?
Ans – Rudrasen

Q.n.11. Who built the Rani Mahal in Palpa?
Ans – Khadak Shamser

Q.n.12. Who founded the Khadak Target Base?
Ans – Chandra Shamser

Q.n.13. Who built the Pashupatinath Temple?
Ans – Prachandev

Q.n.14. Who is Malla Raja who asked for an umbrella and shoes with Prithvi Narayan Shah?
Ans – Jayaprakash Malla

Q.n.15. Who is the Malla king make trend of copper money?
Ans – Ratna Malla

Q.n.16. When was the first Muluki Act introduced in Nepal?
Ans – B.S. 1910

Q.n.17. Who is the King who is believed to be still alive?
Ans – Yoganaredra Malla

Q.n.18. During whose time the Sugauli Treaty took?
Ans – Bhimsen Thapa

Q.n.19. What is the height of the Pashupati Nath Temple?
Ans – 21 meters 07 centimeters

Q.n.20. Who is the eldest son of Prithvi Narayan Shah?
Ans – Pratap Singh Shah

Q.n.21. How many years did the Gopal dynasty rule in Nepal?
Ans – 521 years

Q.n.22. Who built the Mangrih and Changunarayan temples?
Ans – Mandev

Q.n.23. When was the fire in ‘Singhdarwar’?
Ans – B.S. 2030 Ashad 25

Q.n.24. The custom ‘Lalmohar’ goes back to the time of which king?
Ans – Prithvi Narayan Shah

Q.n.25. Who is known as ‘The Tiger of the House’?
Ans – Chandra Shamser

Q.n.26. What was the name of Bhrikuti in Tibet?
Ans – Dhichung

Q.n.27. When was Nepal divided into 14 zones and 75 districts?
Ans – B.S. 2018 Baishakh 01

Q.n.28. Where is the ‘Head of Bhimsen Thapa’ located?
Ans – In the Museum of London

Q.n.29. Who is the first martyr of Nepal?
Ans – Lakhan Thapa

Q.n.30. When did the paper note start in Nepal?
Ans – B.S. 2002 Ashoj 01

Q.n.31. When was Nepal declared a secular country?
Ans – B.S. 2063 Jeshtha 04

Q.n.32. Who was the Prime Minister of Nepal during the KOT festival?
Ans – Fatejung Shah

Q.n.33. Who was the editor of ‘Aawaj’ of Nepal’s first daily magazine?
Ans – Siddicharan Shrestha

Q.n.34. Who is known by the nickname ‘Bullet Maharaj’?
Ans – Yuvraj Trilokya

Q.n.35. How many sections are there in the Sugauli Treaty?
Ans – Nine

Q.n.39. When is first time used computer in Nepal?
Ans – B.S. 2028

Q.n.40. Who built the Vadradhivas?
Ans – Narendradev

Q.n.41. In which district is the Vareva Palace located?
Ans – Bara

Q.n.42. Who uses the Saturday Holidays custom?
Ans – Bhim Shamser

Q.n.43. Who is the king custom of Gold Asarfi?
Ans – Ran Bahadur Shah

Q.n.44. When was the abolition of the ‘Amali system’ in Nepal?
Ans – B.S. 1868

Q.n.45. When was Nepal Rastra Bank established?
Ans – B.S 2013 Baishakh 14

Q.n.46. Who is considered the living martyr in the history of Nepal?
Ans – Tanka Prasad Acharya

Q.n.47. When is the ‘Kot Parva’?
Ans – B.S 1903 Ashoj 14

Q.n.48. Who is the designer of the Narayanhiti palace?
Ans – Wiforn

Q.n.49. Who built the four martyrs of the martyr gate?
Ans – Ratna Bahadur Tuladhar

Q.n.50. When was the Supreme Court established?
Ans – B.S. 2013 Jeshtha 08

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