The Nepal Pratap Bhaskara (Nepali: नेपाल प्रताप भास्कर) is a decoration of Nepal. It is also called as the Nepal Decoration of Honour. It is the highest honour of Nepal given to only foreign monarchs and Nepalese ruling sovereign.
|Nepal Pratap Bhaskara|
Nepal Decoration of Honour
|Awarded for||Members of the Nepalese and foreign royal families.|
|Established||25 December 1966|
|First awarded||In 1966 to King Mahendra of Nepal|
|Last awarded||In 2001 to Queen Komal of Nepal|
|Total||11 awarded till date|
|Next (higher)||Birendra Chain|
|Equivalent||Order of Ojaswi Rajanya|
|Next (lower)||Tribhuvan Prajatantra Bhaskara|
It is instituted on 25 December 1966 by King Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev.
The ribbon of the order is blue with a white-edged red central stripe. It has a badge worn on the chest and one on the sash ribbon.
The Nepal Pratap Bhaskara has one grade: Member. The decoration consists of the Sovereign (Parama-Nepal-Pratap-Bhaskara), Grand Master (Ati-Nepal-Pratap-Bhaskara), and ordinary members (Nepal-Pratap-Bhaskara). Conferred on members of the Nepalese and foreign Royal houses.
- King Mahendra of Nepal (1966)
- Queen Ratna of Nepal (1966)
- King Birendra of Nepal (1972)
- Queen Aishwarya of Nepal (1975)
- King Juan Carlos I of Spain (1983)
- King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand (1986)
- Queen Sirikit of Thailand (1986)
- Queen Margrethe II of Denmark (1989)
- Crown Prince Dipendra of Nepal (1995)
- King Gyanendra of Nepal (2001)
- Queen Komal of Nepal (2001)
- World Medals Index, Nepal: Nepal Pratap Bhaskara Decoration