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Little king



King Gyanendra's grandson Hridayendra will turn six this July. Paras and Himani's second child is close to his grandmother Komal and great-grandmother Ratna. He is mischievous and moody, but not mean. He loves toy guns and those inside the palace joke that his love for guns is genetic. He is said to be very close to his father. Until very recently Paras used to take him everywhere, even to formal programs. While being driven around, Hridayendra loves to look out of the window and onto the streets. He attends grade one in Rupy's International School in Tahachal and is an average student. His parents usually drop him off and pick him up from school. He is a fan of the NTV series Tito Satya. Left to his own devices, Hridayendra is said to be a dreamer. He is said to be very close to his aunt Prerana and loves to spend time at her place in Chauni. As discussion over King Gyanendra's future heats up and many are suggesting Hridayendra be made the next king, this young boy spends his days like any normal six-year old.



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(11 JAN 2013 - 17 JAN 2013)


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