Now, she has decided to conduct the work in a more organized way, by registering a non-government organization named Himani Trust. The Trust is going to be inaugurated today (October 8, 2010) in Soltae Crown Plaza hotel in Kathmandu.
In a letter written to the press, signed by Pawana Shah, Himani is termed ‘Princess Himani Rajya Laxmi Shah’ and Gyanendra is still termed ‘King Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah’. The patron of the organization is ‘Queen Komal Rajya Laxmi Shah’. It can also be seen that the executive body of Himani Trust doesn’t have any male member.
Increased activities of the royal family is being frowned upon by many in recent time. It can be seen that, the attempt to label King and Queen would only fuel such anti-royal sentiments.
3 thoughts on “'King' to inaugurate 'Princess' NGO”
thank you for your opening trust plan but you can come to naya naikap hanuman temple for national events.
Wishing you all the members of the Trust achive the goal of the Trust.
People of Nepal eyes on you so great resposibility on your board.
Your works make you like Mother Teresha of Nepal.
I heartly request to Trust will work different location of Nepal.
Make some branch of the Trust out side Kathmandu.
We people of Nepal with you for together work for needy people.
WISHING ALL THE TEAM OF THE TRUST………..
WISH TO ACHIVE THE GOAL ……………………………
REQUEST TO TRUST, OPEN THE SOME BRANCH OFFICE AT DIFFERENT CITY……
ALL THE BEST,