Queen Divyeshwari of Nepal

Queen Divyeshwari (1875–1933) was the Queen Consort of Nepal from her marriage in 1886 to her husband's death in 1911. She was the second wife of King Prithvi of Nepal. Queen Divyeshwari was the mother of King Tribhuvan of Nepal.[citation needed]

Queen Divyeshwari
Queen consort of Nepal
ReignApril 1886 - 11 December 1911
PredecessorTrailokya
SuccessorQueen Kanti of Nepal
Born1875
Kangra, India
Died1933 (aged 57–58)
Narayanhity Royal Palace, Kathmandu, Nepal
SpousePrithvi of Nepal
IssuePrince Tribhuvan
Princess Suman
Full name
Divyeshwari Rajya Lakshmi Devi Shah
HouseShah dynasty (by marriage)
ReligionHindu

Queen Divyeshwari was originally a Rajput princess from Kangra, Punjab. She was married to King Prithvi in 1886 at the Narayanhity Royal Palace. She was a queen consort until 1911, when her husband died. Her son, Crown Prince Tribhuvan, then ascended the throne. Also she had a daughter, Princess Suman Rajya Lakshmi Devi (1908-1968).

Queen Divyeshwari died in 1933 at the Narayanhity Royal Palace.[citation needed]

Preceded by
Trailokya
Queen Consort of Nepal
1886–1911
Succeeded by
Kanti

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