Things are getting really interesting! Over the weekend former Princess Himani Shah officially launched The Himani Trust. Present in the event was Former King Gyanendra, once again a little argument ensued when Himani addressed to Gyanendra as Shree Pach Sarkar, come on! Give the man a break! If his family still wants to treat him as the King then be it. 
Aside from that The Himani Trust will be focusing on projects aimed at enriching the lives of poverty stricken children. The Royals have surely set out to win the hearts of the people. 😉
Lets see what happens. Im game!
Lex Limbu Foundation – Sounds good right?

5 COMMENTS

  1. Lex bro,

    I think its a great work that they have started. It would be so nice if they had taken this step earlier. Any way, best wishes for the royal family. May they win the heart of all the Nepalese and continues..

  2. there is a saying in nepal KUKUR KO PUCHHAR 12 BARSA DHUNGRO MA RAKHA PANI BANGO KO BANGAI….but nepal ko context ma bhannu parda it sounds like this KUKUR KO PUCHHAR 12 BARSA DHUNGRO MA RAKHDA DHUNGRO NAI BHANGAYO….

  3. SAVE NEPAL FROM NEPALI NETA AND SO CALLED RAJA TRUST…….NEPAL POLITICAL RE-HABITATION CENTRE,SAY NO TO CHAKKA JAM AND HADTAL TRUST,YCL PREVENTION CENTRE,WAKE UP POLICE SOCIETY,RIGHT MAN AT RIGHT PLACE TRUST,HYDRO POWER DEVELOPMENT TRUST,NEPAL TOURISM DEVELOPMENT TRUST,STOP KILLING RHINO AND TIGER TRUST,NAYA SAMBHIDAN DAU AAYOG,STOP BRAIN DRAIN TRUST,STOP GHUS TRUST…………HEY LEX, YATI LA PUGCHHA HOLA TA??????

  4. people like us are sick. Westerners have made us believe that we belong to the worst race, and so we change our names to the likes of EnDraw from Indra , Gee Tah to Gita and try to prove how cool we are.
    That reflects the hollowness we possess , and it reflects in our mentality.
    Raja and Rani r part of our culture. President has replaced king at the Kumari jatra, but can president replace the position of Kind during at the symbolic ceremonies. During mournings, Mritak ko aatma ko santi ko lagi Raja lai daan dinu parcha, not to Rashtrapati.

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