Maharaja Yadavindra Singh ascended the throne in 1938. He played cricket for India against England in 1934 and also led the Patiala Polo team.
This room is named after Maharaja Yadavindra Singh who was to be the first Maharaja, agreeing to the incorporation of Patiala into the newly independent India. This made him the “Rajpramukh” of the new Indian state of Patiala and East Punjab States Union. He represented India at the UNO and FAO at Rome. He also served as India’s ambassador at the Hague in Holland.
This room is situated on the second floor level and has a grand bathroom, a terrace, and 2 single beds. The interiors of the room are done up in lively shades of yellow.