Royal Mess: Mysuru ‘Maharaja’ Shares Post-Dussehra Litter Photos

The royal questioned Mysuru’s tag of being the cleanest city in India after the amount of litter left in the Palace.

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Palace Durbar hall after the Dussehra celebrations. (Photo Courtesy: Instagram/<a href="">YaduveerWadiyar</a>)

Following the Dussehra celebrations, the titular Maharaja of Mysore, Yaduveer Wadiyar shared an image of what the Palace Durbar hall looked like after the celebrations were over.


The picture shows garbage and litter strewn all over the hall. The royal scion, also the brand ambassador for the Clean Mysuru campaign, wrote under the picture:

The aftermath... We cannot take our cleanest city tag seriously when the very icon of our city is treated in this manner.

This is a reference to Mysuru being ranked the cleanest city in the country for the past two years. Within one day, the post has amassed close to two thousand likes and several hundred comments.

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