November 21, 2020
The royal Massacre took place in Narayanhiti palace in 2001 in Nepal. King Birendra and his all family members were killed. After this in 2006; 2nd mass movement gave significant turning in Nepali political history. The new changes ultimately gave public to excess Narayanhiti palace and now Shree Sadan; ex-king Birendra’s residency also going to be excisable to the public from Sunday.
The government of Nepal is making preparations to keep Shree Sadan located on the premises of Narayanhiti Palace open for the public which was not open yet for general visitors. The minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA) Yogesh Bhattarai officially inaugurated the Shree Sadan today and the people will be allowed to view from Sunday.
According to Bhesh Narayan Dahal, the Executive Director of Narayanhiti Palace Museum Development Committee; former King Birendra, Queen Aishwarya, daughter Shruti and son Nirajan used to stay at Shree Sadan. It was closed since the royal massacre took place on June 1, 2001. As it is the source of history; many people are visiting it for knowledge. It is in easy excess which encourages visitors to visit at least for entertainment and sympathy too.