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28 May History: The day of 28 May is memorable for the country and the world in many ways. On this day, the 240-year-old monarchy in Nepal came to an end.
28 May day in the history of the country and the world28 May History) is special for several reasons. In fact, the 240-year-old monarchy in Nepal ended on this day. After the civil war that lasted for more than a decade, the power of the country kept going from the hands of the Shah dynasty in the country. Since then the Maoists have joined the mainstream of the country’s politics. On 28 May 2008, the Left Party of Nepal won the election. then Nepal (NepalThe country was declared a republic after deposing the then king of Gyanendra. Talking about the history of Nepal, the power here has been in the hands of the Gupta dynasty, Kirat dynasty, Somvanshi, Lichchavi and Suryavanshi kings.
In the year 1768, the Shah dynasty Narayan Shah conquered the eastern and western princely states of Nepal and started ruling them. The Shah dynasty ruled Nepal for the next 80 years. In 1846, General Jang Bahadur Rana of the army staged a coup and declared himself the Prime Minister. Also said that the people of Rana dynasty will become the Prime Minister. While Shah would become the king of the dynasty. This system lasted for 100 years. Then in 1951, the Shah dynasty removed the Rana dynasty from the Prime Minister’s chair. And captured the whole system. After this, both the king and the prime minister started becoming of the Shah dynasty. At the same time, the Rana dynasty was discharged.
In the history of the country and the world, the day of May 28 is recorded for many more events. The sequence details of these events are as follows:
1414: Khizr Khan captured the Sultanate of Delhi and laid the foundation of the rule of the Sayyid dynasty.
1883: Hindutva leader and poet Vinayak Damodar Savarkar was born.
1908: Birth of Ian Fleming, author of the detective novel James Bond.
1959: Two American monkeys made a successful trip to space.
1961: Amnesty International was established in London with the intention of protecting human rights and making the world aware of them. It was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1977.
1967: Sir Francis Chitchester, a British sailor, reached his home at the age of 65, traveling the world alone in a boat.
1989: Marthakavali David became the first female Christian priest in India and the second in the world.
1996: Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee resigned.
1996: Russia agrees to give maximum autonomy to Chechnya.
1998: Pakistan conducted five underground nuclear tests.
2008: End of 240 years of monarchy in Nepal.
2008: The US imposed financial sanctions on four members of the pro-Pakistan terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba.
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