Mysuru Maharaja’s wedding rituals begin

On the wedding night, the newlyweds will sit on a decorated swing in the palace's Durbar hall

Mysuru (Karnataka): Elaborate rituals for the June 27 grand wedding of the Mysuru’s titular Maharaja Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraj began on Friday at the Ambi Vilas Palace here amid chanting of Vedic hymns and invocation of Hindu goddess Chamundeshwari, a palace official said. On the wedding night, the newlyweds will sit on a decorated swing More...

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