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Prince Ajai Singh Weds Jodhpur Princess Ambika Kumari on April 16, 2016

The erstwhile prince of Jaipur Ajai Singh married Jodhpur Princess Ambika Kumari on April 16, 2016. Prince Ajai Singh is the son of Maharaj Jai Singh and the grandson of Sawai Man Singh II of Jaipur and his second wife Maharani Kishore Kanwar (daughter of Sumer Singh of Jodhpur). Rajkumari Ambika Kumari is the daughter of Maharaj Raghvendra Singh of Jodhpur.

Prince Ajai Singh

Prince Ajai Singh is a Hotel Management graduate and is running his family’s heritage property with his father Maharaj Jai Singh while Princess Ambika Kumari was studying in Chandigarh.

Hari Mahal Palace

The royal wedding took place at Hari Mahal Palace in Jodhpur and was graced by several dignitaries. Maharaj Narendra Singh of Bikaner, Maharaj Prithviraj, Yuvraj Vikramaditya of Kashmir, Maharaj Kunwar Ijyaraj Singh of Kota and others from different royal families were seen in the spectacular Baraat procession.

Baraat procession ajay singh

The grand wedding reception was hosted by Rajmata Padmini Devi at the Royal Residence of Jaipur. It was after a long interlude of 40 years that the City Palace of Jaipur witnessed a marriage procession. Invitees included erstwhile Maharajas from at least 23 royal families from the country, including the royal families of Tripura, Burdhwan, Kashmir, Baroda, Kapurthala and Sirmour.

Royal families of Tripura

 

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