Himani Shah: former crown princess of Nepal

Himani Shah, Former Crown Princess of Nepal (conceived October 1, 1976) is the spouse of the previous beneficiary obvious to the position of authority of Nepal, Crown Prince Paras.

Life story

Rajkumari Himani Singh of Sikar was conceived in Rajasthan. She is the center little girl of Raja Bikram Singh of Sikar and Rani Bipula Singh (née Kumari Bipula Singh of Bajhang) and she is from the regal group of Sikar state in Rajasthan. She is a Surya Vanshi – Shekhawat Rajput. She finished her transitional instruction in business, from Galaxy Public School, in Kathmandu.

Her sisters are Rajkumari Reshma Singh and Rajkumari Aparna Singh, a specialist.

Himani wedded Paras, removed Crown Prince of Nepal on 25 January 2000. Her significant other was delegated Crown Prince of Nepal on October 26, 2001, which means she turned into the Crown Princess in the midst of different imperial conventions. They have three youngsters.

Purnika Shah (conceived December 12, 2000 in Kathmandu).

Hridayendra Shah (brought into the world July 30, 2002 in Kathmandu).

Kritika Shah (conceived October 16, 2003 in Kathmandu).

Social works

Himani is the administrator of Himani Trust, which participates in various social welfare exercises. It works with nearby networks and associations to construct schools, foundation, giving clean drinking water and water system offices. The trust likewise attempts to give help to debacle unfortunate casualties.


National Honors

Individual from the Order of Gorkha Dakshina Bahu, first class (23/10/2001).

Individual from the Order of Om Rama Patta (07/07/2004).

Ruler Gyanendra Investiture Medal (04/06/2001).

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