Former king Gyanendra Shah returned to Kathmandu



February 1, 2024 2:19 pm

Simara: Former king Gyanendra Shah, who was staying in Simara since the fourth week of Push and visiting various districts of Terai, returned to Kathmandu on Wednesday. Former King Shah, who came to Simara on 23rd Push with his former queen Komal, returned to Kathmandu by road after 24 days.

While staying at Prabhu Niwas in Simara, the former King Shah visited various religious places of Bara, Parsa, Rautahat, Sarlahi, Makwanpur and received the citizens’ greetings at Birgunj.

During his stay in Simara, former King Shah also met and discussed with his well-wishing organizations and supporters. Before returning to Kathmandu, the former king also organized a lunch for his well-wishers in Simara.

Former King Shah, who came to participate in the citizens appreciation program of Birgunj, visited Mukteshwar in Sarlahi on 28th Push, Shiv Mandir in Rautahat on 2nd Magh, Gadhimai Temple in Bara on 4th Magh, Bhutandevi Temple in Hetauda on 7th  Magh and worshiped at Parsa National Park on 3rd Magh and  reached Musahar Basti of Jeetpursimara-6 on 6th Magh.

Former King Shah was given a civil felicitation on Magh 13th at Birgunj. Former King Shah addressed the felicitation program.