Nepali Royals are heavily engaged in charity in Nepal, after foreign power backed politics displaced Nepalese Monarchy.
Nepali Royal Family members landed in Sydney on Tuesday for a charity trip. Crown Princess Himani Rajyalaxmi Devi Shah with two Princes Sheetashma Rajyalaxmi Devi Shah and Dilasha Rajyalaxmi Devi here in Sydney to participate in a couple of charity events organised by Himani Kosh Australia.
Himani Kosh Australia is organising charity events in Sydney to raise funds to run the “Access to Clean Drinking Water Project” through Himani Trust Nepal. The project aims to promote access to safe drinking water for 10,000 underprivileged children in flood-affected areas in Nepal through self-filtration water bottles. Himani Trust believes this will help every child to access safe drinking water.
Chair of Himani Kosh Australia Anjana Basnet Karki says Himani Shah’s this Australian trip is a charity trip to encourage Himani Kosh Australia’s philanthropic initiation to support motherland in a conversation with NepaliPage.
Himani Kosh Australia is an international chapter of Himani Trust Nepal established in 2020 to support the Crown’s social welfare initiatives. Crown Princess Himani devoted herself to the welfare of the Nepali people in 2010, formally opening her trust. Nepali public hugely praised her for selfless volunteer work to help people access essential livelihood.
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