Baburam Acharya A historian scholar and researcher who pioneered writing Nepalese history based on indigenous resources, Baburam Acharya was the first and only historian laureate of Nepal. He is credited with discovering the Nepalese name "Sagarmatha" for Mt. Everest, the world's tallest mountain. An honorary member of the Royal Nepal Academy, he was awarded the "Tribhuvan Award" in 1963. ? He wrote 14 books (seven published posthumously) and over one hundred research-based pieces and articles on subjects ranging from Nepalese history to Nepal-China relations, and is best known known for the four-part volume of biography of King Prithivnarayan Shah, the founder of modern Nepal, and the "Aba Yasto Kahilyi Nahos" a collection of his essays. ? ?

The Bloodstained Throne by Baburam Acharya ₹299