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Nepal: Why I Support The King By Sagar Mani Lamsal
DO YOU KNOW THE KING? SEE HOW GOOD KING IS FOR OUR COUNTRY AT A GLANCE
Senior Cambridge from St. Joseph's College, Darjeeling, India (1966); Graduated from Tribhuvan University,Kathmandu (1969)
Chairman: Advisory Committee for the Coronation of His late Majesty King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah (1975), King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation (1982-2001), Lumbini Development Trust (1986-1991). Member: 1001-Nature Trust (1986). Ascended the Throne of the Kingdom of Nepal (2001). Supreme Commander of the Royal Nepalese Army. Patron: Royal Nepal Academy of Science and Technology, King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation, Lumbini Development Trust, Pashupati Area Development Trust. Chancellor: Tribhuvan University and Mahendra Sanskrit University
Sovereign of all Orders of the Kingdom of Nepal; Ati suvikkyat Sewalankar, 1968; subha Rajyabhishek Padaka, 1956; Bishesh Sewa Padaka, 1971; Subha Rajyabhishek Padaka, 1975; Tesro ko SAARC Shikhara Sammelan Smriti Padaka, 1988; Gaddi Aarohan ko Rajat Mahotsav Padaka, 2028-2053 B.S., 1997; Vishista Seva Padaka, 1999; The Grand Cross Order of the House of the Orange (The Netherlands), 1967; Nishan-e-Imtiaz (Pakistan), 1970; Grand Cordon of Yugoslav Flag, First Class (Yugoslavia), 1974; Order of Labour (Democratic People's Republic of Korea), Knight Grand Cordon of the Most Exalted Order of the White Elephant (Thailand), 1979; Grand Cross of the National Order of Merit (France), 1983; Knight Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George (G.C.M.G.) (United Kingdom), 1986; The Order of the Golden Arc (The Netherlands), 1986; Grand Gwanghwa Order of Diplomatic Service-Merit (Republic of Korea), 1987; Grand Cross Isabel La Catolica (Spain), 1987; The Grand Cross (Germany), 1996.
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