Nepal Pratap Bhaskara
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|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|
The Nepal Pratap Bhaskara 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.
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