Monday, 5 September 2016

Kingship Of Nepal Removed When They Denied To Bow Down Infront Of India

Posted by Anup Baral Sep 5, 2016 :
Gyanendra was born in the old Narayanhity Royal Palace, Kathmandu, as the second son of Crown Prince Mahendra and his first wife, Crown Princess Indra. After his birth, his father was told by a court astrologer not to look at his newborn son because it would bring him bad luck, so Gyanendra was sent to live with his grandmother. Mahendra of Nepal (his father) in Communist Romania meeting with Chivu Stoica, 1967 In November 1950, during a political plot, both his father and his grandfather King Tribhuvan, along with other royals, fled to India, leaving the young Prince Gyanendra as the only male member of the royal family in Nepal. He was brought back to the capital Kathmandu by the Prime Minister Mohan Shamsher, who had him declared King on 7 November 1950.

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