Dravya Shah (Nepali: द्रव्य शाह; 1559–1570) was the king of the Gorkha Kingdom in Nepal. He was the father of Purna Shah, king of Gorkha.[citation needed] Dravya Shah's accomplices were Bhagirath Panta, Ganesh Pandey, Narayan Arjyel/Aryal, Sarveshwar Khanal, Keshav Bohora, Murti Khawas, Gangaram Rana Busal, all of whom belonged to Gorkha and knew all areas, ins and outs of the region. Narayan Arjyel was Drabya's Guru spiritual tutor. Ganesh Pandey and Bhagirath Panta were minister and commander-in-chief, respectively. Sarveshwar Khanal was royal pandit. [1]

Dravya Shah
श्री श्री राजा द्रव्य शाह
King of Gorkha Kingdom
Sri Sri Raja
Reign1559 – 1570
CoronationSeptember 1559[citation needed]
Predecessorestablished
SuccessorPurna Shah
BornNepal
Died1570
Gorkha, Gorkha Kingdom, Nepal
IssuePurna Shah
DynastyShah dynasty
FatherYasho Brahma Shah
ReligionHinduism
Preceded by
established
King of Gorkha
1559–1570
Succeeded by

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ kulananda dhakal. Nagendra Kr Singh. 1997. ISBN 9788170248477. Retrieved 26 August 2018.