This Nepalese prince was the heir to his country’s throne before 2008 abolition of Nepal’s monarchy from the vote from the country’s Constituent Assembly. He was non-fatally wounded through the Nepalese Royal Massacre of 2001, and he preserved the lives of many young members from the royal family members. Born to Ruler Gyanendra and Queen Komal of Nepal, he briefly researched at both Luther University (in Iowa, U.S.A.) and Schiller International College or university. In 2014, he was caught in Thailand to get a drug-related criminal offense. He and his wife Himani Shah welcomed their 1st girl, Princess Purnika, in 2000. Two even more kids — Prince Hridayendra and Princess Kritika — adopted in 2002 and 2003, respectively. He and Primary Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal both became prominent Nepalese general public figures.