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Shree Mukhtiyar General Bhimsen Thapa
Bhimsen Thapa

Bhimsen Thapa, the Mukhtiyar (equivalent to Prime Minister) of Nepal from 1806 to 1837


In office
1806 – 1837
Monarch Girvan Yuddha Bikram Shah Deva
Rajendra Bikram Shah
Preceded by Rana Bahadur Shah
as Mukhtiyar
Succeeded by Ranajang Pande

Commander-in-Chief
Preceded by Damodar Pandey
Succeeded by Rana Jang Pandey

Janam August 1775(1775-08-00)
Pipal Thok village, Gorkha district, Nepal
Maut 5 August 1839 (aged 64)
Bhim-Mukteshowr, Kathmandu, Nepal
Nationality Nepali
Relations nephew Mathabarsingh Thapa, grandsonJung Bahadur Rana, niece Queen Tripurasundari of Nepal
Children Lalita Devi Pande, Janak Kumari Pande, and Dirgha Kumari Pande[1]
Dharam Hindu, Kshetri
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Allegiance Template:Country data Kingdom of Nepal
Service/branch Nepal Army
Rank Commander-in-Chief
Commands Commander-in-Chief
Battles/wars Anglo-Nepalese War

Bhimsen Thapa (Nepali: भीमसेन थापा; August 1775 – 5 August 1839)

  1. Paudel, Punya Prasad (2006). Aatreya dekhi Paudel samma. Paudel Society for Cultural Promotion. p. 101.