Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wodeyar, the 24-year old titular king of Mysuru and a Wodeyar dynasty scion, married Trishika Kumari Singh of the Dungarpur royal family in a traditional ceremony at Amba Vilas Palace in Mysuru on Monday.
The ceremony was officiated by a battery of priests in the presence of about 1,000 guests at the specially decorated ‘Kalyana Mantapa’ of the palace.
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Trishika is the daughter of Harshvardhan Singh and Maheshri Kumari of the Dungarpur family of Rajasthan.
Yaduveer is the 27th king of the Wodeyar dynasty. He was crowned titular head of the Mysuru royal family on May 28, 2015. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and his Cabinet colleagues, diplomats from several countries, and erstwhile royal families have been invited for the wedding, and receptions to be held on June 28 and July 2 in Mysuru and Bengaluru, respectively.