Kingdom of Mysore
Mysore was a kingdom of India which ruled by the Wodeyar royal family. The Wadiyar dynasty was Hindu a Kingdom of Mysore from 1399 to 1947. After the independence of India, the kingdom of Mysore was incorporated into the Dominion of India.
King Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wodeyar
In Kannada language, the word ‘Wadiyar’ stands for ‘Lord’. The current king Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wadiyar was born on 24 March 1992. He is the Maharaja of Mysore and 27th head ruling Wadiyar family. In Feb 2015, Yaduveer was adopted by Pramoda Devi as her son and he declared as the natural son of Sri Srikantadatta Narasimharaja Wadiyar and his wife Smt Pramoda Devi Wadiyar. He went to Vidya Niketan School in Bangalore and completed class 12 at Canadian International School, Bangalore. He made his degree in Economics from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in the USA.
Marriage of King Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wodeyar
Royal wedding of King Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wodeyar with Trishika Kumari Singh was held at iconic Amba Vilas Palace in Mysuru on 28th June 2016. Marriage receptions will be arranged on 2nd July 2016 at Palace in Bengaluru.The king Wodeyar marriage with Trishika Kumari Singh daughter of King Harshvardhan Singh and Maheshri Kumari from royal family Dungarpur in Rajasthan. The wedding was performed by priests in the presence of guests at decorated “Kalyana Mantapa” in the royal palace of Mysore.
- Wedding at Amba Vilas Palace in Mysuru on June 28 2016.
- Rceptions at Bengaluru Palace on July 2 2016.
Ritual for Marriage of King Yaduveer Krishnadatta and Trishika Kumari Singh
Wedding rituals was performed as per the royal traditions of Mysore kingdom. Check the following steps for the royal marriage of King of Mysore.
- The royal wedding started with King Yaduveer’s making “Pada Puja” to “Rajaguru” Bramhatantra Parakala Mutt seer Brahmatantra Swatantra Swami.
- The king performed “Ganapati Pooja” and “Trishika Gowri Puja” on the marriage day. King Yaduveer performed Gange Puja in Somanatheshwara temple inside the Mysore palace in the late evening.
- He performed ‘Ganapathy Puja’ and ‘Samavarthana Homa’ in Chamundi Thotti of the royal palace with his biological parents Swarup Anand Gopal Raj Urs and Tripura Sundari Devi.
- Kashi yatra- King Yaduveer went with royal family around the palace by wearing slippers, a book, walking stick and umbrella on his hand in the procession of visiting all 12 temples in Mysore palace. Parents of Princess Trishika Kumari, performed Padapuja to King Yaduveer and requested their to get their daughter Trishika married to him.
- King Yaduveer’s” Upanayana” ceremony was performed by the sacred thread for entering into Grihastha (wedding family life) from Brahmacharya (bachelor life).
- Kanyadan– Harshvardhan Singh and Maheshri Kumari Devi gave their daughter’s hand with the King Yaduveer with her responsibility.
- Mangalya Dharana- Here the exchange of garlands, “Mangalya Dharana’(nuptial knot tying) was performed by the King on the neck of her queen.
- Saptapadi- The groom and bride (king and queen) make 7 steps around the sacred holy fire which is known “Saptapadi”.
Mysore Palace Decoration and Reception
Mysore Palace was lightened up for big wedding. The royal family has invited VVIP guests to the wedding reception that will be held at Durbar Hall. Top politicians, Karnataka CM and his cabinet Ministers, foreign diplomats from different countries and royal families from the country invited for wedding ceremony. Traditional dance presented at Palace weddings and a Carnatic music program by Mysore Violin Brothers and M. Manjunath as part of ceremony. The royal guests from Udaipur, Mewad, Jaipur, Jodhpur and Gwalior were present at the marriage. Royal head gears with colours of Rajput and Mysore style were added to marriage function. Luxurious south Indian delicacies were served as food to the royal invitees.
LoveVivah.com matrimonial website is wishing happy marriage life to the King Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wodeyar and his queen Maharani Trishika Kumari Singh.