Erstwhile Danta Prince And Activist Madhusudan Singh Parmar Passes Away At 88

| Updated: November 8, 2021 9:23 pm

Born on May 31, 1933, in the old palace of Danta, Madhusudan Singh Parmar (known as Madhubana) was the second son of late Maharana Saheb Sri Bhawani Sinhji. After graduating in History and Law from Maharaja Sayaji
Rao University, he made his political debut in 1962 wherein he emerged victorious in the Gram
Panchayat elections.

Back in his days, royal Madhubana was very fond of shikaar which is why the Danta royal family has been of special importance in Danta taluka of Banaskantha. The death of Madhubana on November 7 was mourned in Danta taluka.

On november 8, the body of Rajvi Madhubana was laid to rest at Divadi residence where a large number of people came to pay tribute. The entire family of the Danta royal family was present. Palkhi Yatra was held at Danta from Divadi. His body was cremated with royal honors at Koteshwar near Ambaji.

Danta markets shut

News of Madhubana’s demise has sent shockwaves through Danta taluka and from early morning on November 8, all shops in Danta village were completely closed and traders joined the palanquin procession to pay homage to Rajvi.

Prince was soft-spoken and cheerful

Today, while his palanquin procession was moving from Divadi to Ambaji Koteshwar, people from all over paid homage to his palanquin procession and a large number of people including royal family, friends and villagers came to Koteshwar to his last stride Were. A large number of people arrived to pay homage to the prince.

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