Scion of erstwhile royal family of Khimsar, Dhananjai Singh extends his help for fighting Covid-19

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Nagaur (Rajasthan) [India], June 2: The wrath of Covid-19 spared nobody irrespective of their age and their monetary status. Second wave being worse than the first one has taken a toll on everyone.

Khimsar in Nagaur district in Rajasthan is located halfway between Jodhpur and Nagaur. Dhananjai Singh, the prince of erstwhile royal family of Khimsar, is the founder of Annadata Charitable Trust and also the Director of Khimsar Group of Hotels in Rajasthan.

Dhananjai has taken a step forward to support the government along with other Corona Warriors like doctors, etc. to fight the pandemic by procuring oxygen cylinders and concentrators for the locals. He is also working on improving the medical infrastructure in the rural belt of western Rajasthan in Khimsar and Lohawat. Being part of the erstwhile royal family, he believes that it is his responsibility as well and Dhananjai is ensuring to live up to the same by doing all that he can to help as many people as possible.

He completed his education from Mayo College Ajmer and graduated from the prestigious Ecole Hotelier Glion in Switzerland. Since a young age, he has been passionate about social service, sports and writing.

He’s also one of the most followed non-elected youth on social media in Rajasthan with a fan base of over 1.1 Million on Facebook and is known for having the knack of connecting well with his followers and using the social media platform to bring positive change . Apart from these, history and collecting antique vintage items is also one of his keen interests.

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