Gorkha Kingdom

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Kingdom of Gorkha
गोरखा राज्य
1559–1768 CE
CapitalGorkha Darbar
Common languagesKhas (later Nepali)
Māhārājādhirāj (Sovereign King) 
• 1559–1570 CE
Dravya Shah (first)
• 1570–1605 CE
Purna Shah
• 1609–1633 CE
Ram Shah
• 1633–1645 CE
Dambar Shah
• 1645–1661 CE
Krishna Shah
• 1661–1673 CE
Rudra Shah
• 1673–1716 CE
Prithvipati Shah
• 1716–1743 CE
Nara Bhupal Shah
• 1743–1768 CE
Prithvi Narayan Shah (last)
• Established
• Disestablished
1768 CE
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Khasa kingdom
Kingdom of Nepal Flag of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal
Today part ofNepal

Gorkha Kingdom (Nepali: गोरखा राज्य) was a kingdom on the Indian subcontinent, present-day western Nepal.[1]

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  1. Hamilton, Francis Buchanan (1819). An Account of the Kingdom Of Nepal and of the Territories Annexed to This Dominion by the House of Gorkha. Edinburgh: Longman. Retrieved 12 January 2013. Page 237.