The youngest royal couple of erstwhile royal family of Mysuru have tied the knot in a dream wedding at the Wodeyarsâ€™ palace in Mysuru.
The five-day affair, the first wedding in the family in 40 years, culminated on Monday in a private ceremony that began around 9 am, considered to be an auspicious time, at the Amba Vilas.
Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraj Wadiyar married Trishika Kumari Singh of the erstwhile royal family in a lavish traditional ceremony that has retained all its traditional rituals. The only difference is that in the past the wedding would be held over seven days.
Yaduveer had reportedly said that he wanted a simple wedding.
Over 550 people, across the country, were invited for the main wedding. Among the attendees from the brideâ€™s side are members of the erstwhile royal families of Mewar, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Kishannagar, Bharatpur, Gwalior, and Chhatarpur.
Violinist Mysore Manjunath is to give a performance Nagaraj brothers will also perform later on Monday evening.
Over 2,000 VIPs from across the country have been invited for the grand reception on June 28 at the Durbar hall in the palace. The couple will go around in a procession on June 29 at around 7 pm and also meet the public.