Kulamandan Shah Khad

Kulamandan Khand 'Shah' (Nepali: कुलमण्डन खाँण 'शाह') was the first king of Kaski district and ancestor of the great king Prithivi Narayan Shah of Nepal.

Kulamandan Khand 'Shah'
कुलमण्डन खाँण 'शाह'
King of Lamjung and Kaski
Predecessorestablished
SuccessorYashobrahma Shah
BornNepal
DiedNepal
IssueKalu Shah
Yasho Brahma Shah
DynastyShah dynasty
FatherJagadev Khand
ReligionHinduism

Kulamandan conquered Kaski Kingdom and received the title of "Shah". His son Yashobrahma Shah succeeded him as the King of Lamjung and Kaski. His eldest son Narhari Shah became ruler of Lamjung while the second son ruled over Kaski. His youngest son, Dravya Shah ruled the Kingdom of Gorkha.


His successors are as follows:

S.No. Name of the Ruler Ruled Period Kingdom
1. Yasobrahma Shah or Yasobam Shah (यशेाब्रह्म शाह) Yasho Brahma Shah Unknown Lamjung

and Kaski

2. Dravya Shah (द्रब्य शाह) Dravya Shah 1559-1570, 11 years Gorkha Kingdom
3. Purna Shah (पूर्ण शाह) Purna Shah 1570- 1605, 35 years
4. Chhatra Shah (छत्र शाह) Chatra Shah 1605-1609, 4 years
5. Rama Shah (राम शाह) Rama Shah 1609-1633, 28 years
6. Dambar Shah (डम्बर शाह) Dambar Shah 1633- 1645,12 years
7. Krishna Shah (कृष्ण शाह) Krishna Shah 1645- 1661, 16 years
8. Rudra Shah (रूद्र शाह) Rudra Shah 1661- 1673, 12 years
9. Prithvipati Shah (पृथ्वीपति शाह) Prithvipati Shah 1673- 1716, 43 years
10. Narbhupal Shah (नरभुपाल शाह) Nara Bhupal Shah 1716- 1743, 27 years
11. Prithvinarayan Shah (पृथ्वीनारायण शाह) Prithvi Narayan Shah 1743- 1775, 32 years Kingdom of Nepal

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