The Indian royals have a lengthy and accomplished history that is part of their legacy. By marriages and births, the royal family has always retained the past's iron grip and has diligently cared for the estate.
The dynasty's storied past has been handed down to descendants over the ages. There is a huge string of dapper and glamorous fresh-faced royals of India, ranging from Maharaja Padmanabh Singh of Jaipur to Princess Mriganka Singh Jammu & Kashmir.
They not only lead a luxurious life and therefore are popular in various fields. It seems that long-ago royal families continued using their experience and expertise to guide contemporary citizens via their lineage.
Below are eight of India's most young beautiful (living) royals about whom you are probably not aware of.
HH Maharaja Padmanabh Singh of Jaipur
His Majesty Bhawani Singh was the last of the royal family in the state of Jaipur to bear the name of an eponymous King. He adopted and named his daughter's eldest son Padmanabh Singh as his successor in 2002. Although it is inaccurate to say that the current monarch of Jaipur is the scion of the former Rajput Dynasty, he is a national polo player and a well-known model in the fashion industry. He has worked for labels such as Dolce & Gabbana, among other similar such names.
Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar
Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar, the son of Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar and executive director of the luxurious HRH Group of Hotels, has excelled in his sector. He revolutionized destination celebrations, and he continues to do so today. Aside from that, he loves athletics and is committed to taking social problems such as academic achievement, wellness, and the ecosystem to the forefront.
Princess Mohena Singh of Rewa
Royal Princess Mohena Singh of Rewa is Rewa Maharaja Martand Singh, the Maharaja of Rewa. The Royal girl is a successful dancer, artist, and dance-choreographer and has stepped into the realm of entertainment with her appearance in the tv sitcom "Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai. She tied the knot to politician Suyesh Rawat in October 2019 but has been entirely silent regarding her excellent start.
Saif Ali Khan - Nawab of Pataudi
Without mentioning Bollywood's own Pataudi clan, no catalogue of royals will be accurate. Earlier throughout the day, the Nawabs came to the throne of Pataudi, and Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi functioned as the last eponymous ruler from 1952 – 1971.
At an illustrious ceremony at the ancestral palace in Haryana, Saif Ali Khan consecrated the tenth Nawab of Pataudi. The 41-year-old actor is now responsible for his father's properties, the family home, an eye hospital, and other nonprofit foundations.
Saif Ali Khan also owns the Pataudi Palace in Mumbai, which is valued at Rs 800 crore.
Arkesh Singh Deo of Bolangir
Raised and educated to former Bolangir MLA Ananga Udaya Singh Deo and Smt. Vijaya Laxmi Devi, Arkesh Singh Deo is the Prince of Bolangir. He is now one of the political leaders from Odisha, namely of the Biju Janata Dal political party - the great-grandson of Odisha's former CM Rajendra Narayan Singh Deo. While he was staying in Mumbai, he often dabbled in modelling and took part in several theatrical productions.
Grandson of Maharani Gayatri Devi, and a direct descendant of the Jaipur royal family, Devraj is one of the only two persons left from the Jaipur Dynasty. He is one of only two successors from the royal house left at present. Prince Devraj lives an easy, frugal, conventional life but has an adventurous side too. He often enjoys doing things such as reading and sports.
Inherited from a lineage that hailed from the Rajput family, Jaivant Singh was the descendant of a politician, former-one of the rulers of the medieval kingdom of Raghogarh. His father being an active member in the realm of politics, he now plans to follow in his footsteps - standing as a prominent leader of the younger generations in politics.
Princess Mriganka Singh of Jammu and Kashmir
Princess Mriganka Singh, daughter of Yuvraj Vikramaditya Singh, a Jammu and Kashmir businessman and politician, stands as the brand ambassador for the world's top brands, including DiaColor. She is also an advocate for the disabled children's cause and among the star-kids who worked for corporate advertisements, helping a great deal in children with special needs.