About Manadeva

King Mānadeva, also Mandev or Mandeva, was the first historical king of Licchavi in present-day Nepal. An inscription dated to 464 AD at the temple of Changu Narayan gives valuable information about his rule. He suppressed the feudal chiefs of the east and west and also conquered Mallapuri. He minted coins called Mananka and constructed the palace of Managriha for himself.
Bokar Monastery, Mirik, India

10 Buddhist Monastery around Kathmandu

started after the birth of Lord , the founder of himself. was born in , at the Kingdom of Kapilbasthu as a Prince nearly around 500BC. He then left the palace in search of . Gradually, after his enlightenment, Buddhism became a presiding in the northern areas of the country. also started growing in mostly the central part of Nepal. Ethnic groups from .

A Short History of Nepal: Ancestors, Casts and Dynasties

The Nepali People ’s geographical location as a buffer between and has massively influenced its development and character, as well as its two major national , and . Nepal is revered by as the birthplace of , and devotion is centered on in , the site of one of Hinduism's most shrines. Shiva is Nepal’s patron deity. The major Three major tribal groups have historically been present .