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Royal wedding: Amarinder’s grandson marries Karan Singh’s granddaughter

Members of erstwhile royal families of Patiala, Jammu and Kashmir, Gwalior, the Bushahr nobility of Himachal Pradesh and those from Jaisalmer and Kapurthala attended the marriage functions and blessed the newlyweds.

punjab Updated: Mar 05, 2017 11:47 IST
Patiala royal scions Captain Amarinder SIngh and Malwinder Singh escorting the groom.
Patiala royal scions Captain Amarinder SIngh and Malwinder Singh escorting the groom.(HT Photo)

The who’s who of erstwhile royal families from across the country converged at Kashmir House in Lutyen’s Delhi to attend the wedding of the grandson of Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh on Saturday.

Nirvan Singh, a scion of the erstwhile Patiala royal family, tied the nuptial knot with Mriganka Singh, granddaughter of senior Congress leader Karan Singh, a Rajya Sabha MP and scion of Jammu and Kashmir’s princely family.

Members of erstwhile royal families of Patiala, Jammu and Kashmir, Gwalior, the Bushahr nobility of Himachal Pradesh and those from Jaisalmer and Kapurthala attended the marriage functions and blessed the newlyweds.

Many of the erstwhile royals are related to each other.

The newly wed couple Nirvan Singh and Mriganka Singh, in Delhi on Saturday. (HT Photo)

Nirvan is the son of Amarinder’s daughter Jayainder and Gurpal Singh, while Mriganka is daughter of Karan Singh’s son Vikramaditya Singh and Chitrangada (daughter of late Congress leader Madhavrao Scindia of former Gwalior royal family).

Another grandson of Amarinder and his wife former Union minister Preneet Kaur, is married to Aparajita, daughter of Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, a scion of erstwhile Bushahr state.

The marriage was solemnised with Sikh and Hindu rituals in the presence of their grandparents and other close family members and relatives.

Country’s top political leaders are expected to attend the reception, including former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Congress president Sonia Gandhi and party vice-president Rahul Gandhi, on Sunday.