Lo! even in the twentieth century, when heads of the kings
are rolled from the scaffold openly and daringly, and their liegemen are dipped
in the streams of their own blood. Times changed, laws passed and regimes came
and gone, but the royalty is still drawing sustenance from the Divinity, and the
commonality is-yet paying obeisance to it seeing in it all good, even though its
modern counterparts proclaim vociferously equality and justice, but never allow
their blissful existence, nor respect their sanctity except on pulpits or on the
floor of law-making bodies.
a few that are relying on the Divine Right theory of Kingship and still inhaling
its sacrosanct aroma, Nepal occupies a much coveted place and merits all praise
and obeisance. Decidedly, it is due to embodying that inexhaustible, invincible
and immutable spirit
of Hinduism, which is second to none but to itself. Is accepted, adored, and
advocated. Hence the existence of Hindu gods, Hindu traditions, Hindu ideals,
Hindu ways of life etc.