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Maharaja Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamraja Wadiyar And Trishika Kumari Singh Wedding

Looks like we are not yet over with the grandeur of super luxurious weddings that took place very recently. This time, we take you through the spectacular royal wedding of the king of Mysore that was a remarkable sensation in South India during the several days preceding the grand event.

Mysore royal wedding

Maharaja Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamraja Wadiyar is the young king of Mysore and the head of the former ruling Wadiyar dynasty. On the other hand, the beautiful bride is a 22-year-old daughter of Harshvardhan Singh and MaheshriKumari who hail from the Dungarpur royal family back from Rajasthan. The wedding was a prolific example of a royal Indian wedding that was attended by big names and people thronged to catch the glimpses of the massive celebrations before and during the grand wedding.

The beautiful bride was seen relating to her royal roots as she looked no less than a princess. She was seen wearing a dazzling orange and pink silk saree reflecting true South Indian tradition. She styled her pallu on her shoulder hiding the blouse which was beautifully embellished as well. Her right choice of jewelry looked spectacular. Her head ornament and long and elaborate jhumkas made her look divine and her neat long plait was an icing on the cake.

Bride Trishika Kumari Singh

The grand wedding took place in June last year in full royal grandeur. The wedding ceremony took place in the royal Mysore Palace while the pheras took place at Kalyana mandap at the Karnataka lagan and savitra mahurat time was reported to be between 9:05 and 9:35 am. The groom’s mother, Maharani Pramoda Devi took extra care to make sure that the wedding proceedings took place in full accordance with the Hindu customs and tradition. Keeping that in mind, every puja was in harmony with the Hindu scriptures and traditions of the royal Mysore family.

The groom looked equally spectacular on his wedding day wearing a beautiful pink and gold sherwani that was specially chosen by his mother Maharani Pramoda Devi. The color was especially taken care of as per the matching pink and orange saree that the bride chose to wear. Together, the royal couple looked divine and were greeted by civilians and relatives who bestowed them with their heartwarming wishes and good luck before they embarked on the new chapter of their lives.

marriage hall for royal ceremony

The marriage hall where the wedding was supposed to take place was completely breathtaking. Every inch of the décor breathed royalty with beautiful and intricate embellishments on every nook and corner. The engagement too was an elaborate affair that took place in the same month last year.

South Indian pada puja

The elaborate celebrations lasted for 4 days with the commencement of a traditional puja before the bride could enter the palace. This was followed by many South Indian rituals and customs like the pada puja and Kashi yatra. Right after, the grand wedding took place in full fervor. The entire Mysore seemed to sparkle on the onset of the wedding showing utmost love for the royal 

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