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  • _Danielc. 1834?M.D., resided in Nepal for about 10 years. Edited and wrote an introduction for a translation of the History of Nepāl from the Parbatiyā. Younger
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  • to the Governor-General of India for Baluchistan, 1898-1900. Resident at Nepal, 1891-1900 This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica
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  • (1901) Across Coveted Lands (1902) [3] The Gems of the East (1904) Tibet and Nepal painted and described (1905) The Living Races of Mankind (1905) Across Widest
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  • Principal of the Government School of Art, Calcutta (1909-1927) Picturesque Nepal (1912) Some or all works by this author are in the public domain
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  • CONTENTS. I. THE INDEPENDENT STATE OF NEPAL 1 II. THE HISTORY OF NEPAL 14 III. THE PEOPLE 29 IV. THE HIGH ROAD TO KATMANDU 41 V. THE CITIES OF THE VALLEY
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  • Library, Cambridge (1883) A journey of literary and archæological research in Nepal and northern India, during the winter of 1884-5 (1886) [1] Catalogue of
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  • report on a tour of exploration of the antiquities of Kapilavastu Tarai of Nepal during February and March, 1899, Calcutta: Office of the Superintendent
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  • On the climate and vegetation of the temperate and cold region of East Nepal and the Sikkim-Himalaya Mountains. (Jourr Hort. Soc. 1852, vol. vii. pp
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  • Countries of Mysore, Canara and Malabar (1807) An Account of the Kingdom of Nepal (1819) An account of the fishes found in the river Ganges and its branches
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  • Himalayan journals; or, Notes of a naturalist in Bengal, the Sikkim and Nepal Himalayas, the Khasia Mountains, &c, I Author Joseph Dalton Hooker Year
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  • Himalayan journals; or, Notes of a naturalist in Bengal, the Sikkim and Nepal Himalayas, the Khasia Mountains, &c, II Author Joseph Dalton Hooker Year
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  • “Sixty Articles” Can Mobilize Manpower On Education—Conversation with the Nepalese Delegation of Educationists Instructions Talk on the Four Clean-Ups Movement
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  • xlvii The Taranath Lama xlviii Monks and monasteries 1 Religious services. Literature li Tribes of Nepal Iii Trade of Nepal liv Sikkim and Bhutan IvPAGE
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  • Picturesque Nepal  (1912)  by Percy Brown 1094540Picturesque NepalPercy Brown1912 A CORNER OF THE DURBAR SQUARE, PATAN. (p. 75). PICTURESQUE
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  • Picturesque Nepal by Percy Brown Front matter 1157549Picturesque Nepal — Front matterPercy Brown PICTURESQUE NEPAL
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  • HimalayaCharles Granville Bruce1910 CONTENTS PREFACE CHAPTER I. Nepal and Sikhim CHAPTER II. Nepal and Sikhim (continued) CHAPTER III. Kumaon and Garhwal CHAPTER
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  • The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915) by C. Hayavadana Rao Nepal, Prime Minister and Marshal of; H.M. Maharaja Sir Chandra Sham Shere Jung Bahadur
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  • Picturesque Nepal by Percy Brown Chapter 3 1101897Picturesque Nepal — Chapter 3Percy Brown CHAPTER III THE PEOPLE The Different Tribes in Nepal—The
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  • Picturesque Nepal by Percy Brown Index 1157552Picturesque Nepal — IndexPercy Brown INDEX Aborigines, 31, 32, 138. Adi Buddha, 143, 144, 145
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  • Picturesque Nepal by Percy Brown Chapter 6 1101905Picturesque Nepal — Chapter 6Percy Brown CHAPTER VI PASHPATTI The Doorway of Death—Its
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