Mysuru: The Mysore Royal Family is busy in search of a suitable name for the baby boy born to Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wadiyar and Trishikha Kumari.
Speaking to mediapersons yesterday, Yaduveer said that the Royal family was happy for a baby being born in the family after many years gap and added that the family looks to organise the naming ceremony within three months after finding a suitable name.
“The Mysore Royal Family will invite members from other Royal families within the country and abroad. Currently, we are planning to organise the event at the Mysore Palace. But, a final decision will be taken depending on the situation,” said Yaduveer, who also thanked the people of Mysuru for showing affection towards his family.
Not to enter politics for now
When mediapersons asked about his possible entry into politics, Yaduveer was quick to react and said he was not interested to enter politics for now.
Stating that he would enter politics based on people’s opinion, Yaduveer added that till now none of the political parties had extended him an invitation to join their party.