Who Is Maharaja Padmanabh Singh? Here’s Everything You Need to Know About the Last Jaipur’s Monarch With Net Worth of Rs. 50,000 Crores
Maharaja Padmanabh Singh (Photo Credits: pachojaipur/ Instagram)

Elegant, dreamy and GQ India’s Most Stylish Man of the Year 2018, Maharaja Padmanabh Sawai Singh of Jaipur, is ruling the hearts of people, not only in India but across the globe. At just the age of 20, Singh owns a fortune of 697 million dollars to 855 million dollars (approximately Rs. 50,000 crores) and is referred as a 'King'. Although, his title is not recognised by the Indian law, but the people of the pink city regard Singh’s title with respect. Singh is making international headlines, not only because of a royal bloodline, but also his charismatic persona and prowess on the polo field. First-ever Same-Sex Marriage in the Royal Family! The Queens' Cousin Lord Ivar Mountbatten Creates History. 

The 303rd descendant of the erstwhile royal family is called 'Pacho' by his friends and family. The young ruler took over the throne in 2011 when his grandfather, Sawai Man Singh Bahadur died. Singh is also a peoples-person and fashion muse. Here is everything you need to know about Jaipur’s young ruler.

Who is Maharaja Padmanabh Sawai Singh?

Jaipur’s King is more than just a figurehead. The young monarch lives a lavish lifestyle and loves to travel, model, study liberal arts and play polo. The royal family lives in the City Palace, which was founded in 1727. It spans a series of courtyards and portions of his palace are open to the public. Nicknames of Royal Family Members Revealed! Know Secret Names of Meghan Markle, The Queen And Kate Middleton. 

Early Years! 


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Only at the age of 4, Singh left Jaipur to study at a boarding school—Mayo College which is nicknamed 'India’s Elton' after the prestigious English school in Ajmer. Last February, the young royal moved to New York to study liberal arts at the New York University; WWD reported.

GQ India’s Most Stylish Man of the Year 2018, Maharaja Padmanabh Sawai Singh. 


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Fashion is clearly one of Singh’s passions. Apart from his royalty, Singh is an inspired model who walked in Dolce and Gabbana’s Milan fashion show in June 2018. As per GQ India, Singh has “always been an icon to fans and followers, with his understated yet classic style.”

Singh Has Some Superb Skill On the Polo Field. 


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📸 by my favourite @samuelmchurchill !! @britishpoloday

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His superb skill on the polo field has earned him newfound fame as a sports figure. Singh captained the first Indian polo team in England at 20 years. Forbes noted him to be the youngest ever member of a World Cup polo team and was the youngest ever winner of the Indian Open Polo Cup.

Singh became king after his grandfather because his mother was his grandfather’s only child. His father Narendra Singh was a commoner. The King of Jaipur spends his time studying, playing polo, travelling and attending charity and fashion events. Singh plans to draw tourism to his hometown. He told the Week magazine, “We are in a democracy now, and I cannot let my background go to my head. At the moment, I am focusing on my life, but I want to create Jaipur as a destination, host a lot of people and popularize Rajasthan’s art and culture.”