Introduction to Puska

Puska was the 24th Kirat King of Nepal according to the Gopal Raja Bansawali. He ruled over Nepal for Eighty-One Years. He was succeeded by Tyapami and he himself was the successor of King Gumjam.

Puska has been named Tuska in the rest of the Genealogies. Nonetheless, the period of Reign and its predecessors have been mentioned in accordance with the Gopal Raja Bansawali.

Bhasa Bansawali

Bhasa Bansawali has referred to Puska as Tuska and he is mentioned as the Son of King Guja (Gumjam) in this text. As stated in this text, Tuska ruled over Nepal for Eighty-One Years.

Genealogy of Kirkpatrick

In unity with the Bhasa Bansawali, Puska has been mentioned in the Geneology of William Kirkpatrick as Kush Koon.

However, Kirkpatrick fails to allude to the reigning Period of Kush Koon over Nepal.

He is said to have been the successor of King Gunjeh according to the Geneology of William Kirkpatrick.

Genealogy of Daniel Wright

Daniel Wright’s Geneology also mentions Pushka as among the Kings of Nepal. According to Geneology, he was the son of Guja (Gumjam) and was succeded by Kesu.

He is referred to as the 22nd Kirat King of Nepal by Wright.


Note: The Prehistory of Nepal up to the Kirat Dynasty lacks sufficient evidence to ensure its reliability. The article has been written through the consolidation of Chronologies with minimum interpretation to preserve its Historiographical Accuracy. In the case of Further Evidence coming into Light, it needs to be posited that the Chronologies themselves have solely inspired the materials of the Article.