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About Martyrs' Day
In Nepal Martyr’s Day is celebrated on January 29 annually. There are four martyrs and they are Dharma Bhakta Mathema, Dashrath Chand, Gangalal Shrestha and Shukraraj Shastri. The Rana came to power in the aftermath of the Kot Massacre in 1846 in which the Queen attempted to assert control over Jang Bahadur and his six brothers. Bahadur was a military leader. He filled the assembly with his own family and followers, effectively becoming dictator of the coutry; the king under house arrest and place in the monarchy by marrying ogg his daughter to the king’s son. In 1960, King Tribhuvan’s son dissolved the elected parliament and granted himself power as absolute monarch. After uprisings in the 1990s Birendra accepted a parliamentary democracy and the reestablishment of political parties. When he was out of town during the dinner, his wife, sister and cousin had all been shot at the massacre. King Gyanendra dissolved parliament, dismissed Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba. On December 28, 2007 the interim parliament agreed to declare Nepal a federal democratic republic, which effective April 2008 after national elections. Gyanendra will be the last king of Nepal. is an online calendar website designed to organize special occasions like Martyrs' Day. Customize Martyrs' Day reminders, Martyrs' Day gift suggestions, Martyrs' Day event planning, Martyrs' Day history and tradition. Plan, organize and celebrate special occasions and holidays like Martyrs' Day online at Create a free account and set a calendar reminder for Martyrs' Day.
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