- Autocratic and dictatorial rule of the Ranas, misuse of the state's fund, resources and authority.
- Lack of support to the Rana rule from the people, and the conflict and conspiracy among the Ranas for power and privilege.
- Classification of Ranas in A,B and C classes; and opposition to the A-class Ranas by the C-class Ranas.
- Awareness in Nepal about the despotic rule of the Ranas, and the revolution against the Ranas by the unity of the people, democratic forces and King Tribhuwan.
- Impact of the independence of India the Second World War, and the support provided by India directly and indirectly.
- Dramatic escape of King Tribhuwan to Delhi, the Tripartite Agreement, declaration of democracy, and the formal end of the Rana rule.
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Causes of Failure of the Rana Rule
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