Hridayendra Shah, son of former Crown Prince Paras Shah and former Crown Princess Himani Shah, has graduated from high school. He graduated from Lincoln College. On this occasion, former Yuvaraj Paras has blessed his son.
When Hridayendra was born in 2002, his grandfather Gyanendra Shah was the king of Nepal and his father was the prince of the country. He was born in the Narayanhiti palace from the womb of former empress Himani.
Until 2008, he was crowned the new Crown Prince. With the fall of the monarchy in 2008, his title was snatched away. He was only 6 years old when the monarchy came to an end in Nepal. On the 11th day of Hridayendra’s birth, he was named Hridayendra in a ceremony at the royal palace. When she was six months old, she was made public only at a rice feeding ceremony. Lokendra Bahadur Chand, who was the Prime Minister of Nepal at that time, bowed down with a gold asarfi. After that, he was taken to various religious places in Kathmandu in a buggy. Minister Chand himself had toured the temple in the role of guardian.
Due to the actions of Yuvaraj Paras, a kind of disillusionment was awakened in the Nepali people. Due to the dissatisfaction of the Nepali people, a proposal was made in 2007 to make Hridayendra the rightful heir to the throne after King Gyanendra. There was even a discussion in the court about the proposal to make him Webby King. The then Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala had also discussed the proposal to make him the Baby King with various political parties. However, the CPN-Maoist rejected the proposal and insisted that the monarchy should be abolished.
Thus, the proposal to make Hridayendra the Baby King was rejected and the proposal to remove the monarchy and hold the election of the Constituent Assembly was passed in the same year. In 2008, the monarchy came to an end in Nepal.
During the monarchy, Hridayendra used to study at Rupi International School with one of his sisters. He also went with the Paras Shah family to Singapore in 2008. But leaving Paras behind, Himani returned to Nepal with her children.
Hridayendra has now completed his studies from Lincoln College to Plus Two.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. His sister Purnika and Kritika Shah are both in Thailand to study. But Hridayendra is still studying in Nepal. Hridayendra has given a speech during the ceremony. The speech was shared by his father, former King Paras. Paras is also happy with Hridayendra’s high school. At the same time, both the fathers are happy.