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Who is the current Princess of India?

Who is the current Princess of India?

Princess Akshita Bhanj Deo is a descendant of India’s Bhanja dynasty and Nepal’s royal family. After college, she returned to her home state to help her sister restore a family palace. But growing up royal isn’t always what it seemed, and for her was comparable to “Downton Abbey.”

Who is the richest royal family in India?

1. The Mewar Dynasty. The Mewar dynasty is one of the oldest and most popular royal Indian families, the descendants of which live in Udaipur, today. Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar is the 76th Custodian of the House of Mewar and is preserving the vibrant cultural heritage of Mewar.

Do royal families still exist in India?

Probably one of the most notable royal families in Indian history, the Mewar dynasty has seen great kings like Maharana Pratap. Today, its lineage continues with 76th custodian Arvind Singh Mewar, who currently lives in the City Palace, Udaipur, with his family.

Is there any kings left in India?

Who is the most handsome prince?

Prince Nikolai Of Denmark Nikolai is the grandson of Queen Margrethe II and is known as ‘The Handsome Prince’.

Does India have a royal family 2021?

The Ambanis, reunited: their first public gathering of 2021 The descendants of the Rathore family that once ruled Jodhpur, Gaj Singh and his family still stay in the world’s sixth-largest private residence, Umaid Bhawan Palace.

Who rules India today?

Government of India

Head of state President Ram Nath Kovind
Head of government Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Main organ Union Council of Ministers
Head of civil services Cabinet secretary (Rajiv Gauba, IAS)

Who is the hottest royalty?

The World’s 15 Hottest Royals, Ranked

  • Princess Madeleine, Sweden.
  • Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed al Maktoum, Dubai.
  • King Jigme Khesar Mangyel Wangchuck, Bhutan.
  • Princess Tatiana, Greece and Denmark.
  • Grand Duke Henri, Luxembourg.
  • Prince Pierre Casiraghi, Monaco.
  • Prince Philippos, Greece and Denmark.