Gimli is one of the main dwarfs seen in all through The Lord of the Rings, however after the conflict, he helps restore their place inside Middle-earth.
Beyond the Council of Elrond, Gimli is the main living Dwarf seen all through the whole Lord of the Rings set of three. Be that as it may, while he helps with saving all of Middle-earth, the last time he seems is when Frodo awakens from his wounds endured at Mount Doom. No strong completion is given to Gimli, yet that doesn’t mean his story closes there, as the Appendix for The Lord of the Rings portrays his long and prosperous life after the conflict.
Albeit not shown, the Dwarven realms were caught up with battling against Sauron’s militaries toward the north. While the Dwarves made due, a lot of their properties were annihilated, and their rulers were lost. Not long after the One Ring was gone, Legolas assisted Gimli with driving some of his kin from the Lonely Mountain to Helms Deep, where they constructed another settlement inside the Glittering Caves.
Gimli became Lord of the Glittering Caves and got his kin’s place inside the realms of Men. When his new home was laid out, Gimli drove the Dwarves and reconstructed a significant part of the obliterated areas of Gondor and Rohan, including the city of Minas Tirith. It’s even said that they reconstructed the city’s Great Gate utilizing mithril, one of the most grounded and generally costly of all Dwarven materials.
In spite of the fact that it’s not referred to how long Gimli managed as Lord, it’s said that the Dwarven public thrived before he ultimately set off to rejoin with his companion Legolas one final time. The Elven public were set to leave the shores of Middle-earth and sail into the West to a spot known as the Undying Lands, yet Legolas was one of the last to leave.