From an extremely youthful age, Birendra was depicted even by his teachers as an exceptionally kind and passionate sovereign, and is much of the time referred to the general population of Nepal as one of most prominent rulers, if not the best driving ruler the Nepali natives ever had, dissimilar to his sibling, Gyanendra. Lord Birendra was portrayed as one of only a handful couple of Nepalese rulers who needed the Nepalese individuals to experience genuine vote based system. This was seen in the 2036 B.S. Janmat Sangraha (1980 Referendum) when he needed the general population to pick whether they needed 'Multiparty Democracy' or an 'Improved Panchayat System'. Likewise, in People's Movement I, he chose to set up 'Sacred Monarchy' in Nepal as opposed to battling for tyranny.
In 1989, when the People's Movement I was taking force, as the state of protecting the panchayat framework, India had advanced a few conditions to King Birendra went for taking control over national sway. On the off chance that the King had acknowledged these conditions, the panchayat framework would not have finished. However, the ruler said that, "It is ideal to surrender to the general population as opposed to surrender to India."
A few students of history would conjecture that King Birendra's majority rule perspectives and straightforward nature prompted to the accomplishment of the People's Movement I (1990). He is credited for presenting SAARC in Asia keeping in mind the end goal to reinforce the remote relations of Nepal with the other South Asian nations.