Bhutan's fifth Dragon King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck married a commoner, Jetsun Pema, in a royal ceremony at Bhutan's ancient capital Punakha on Thursday.
The 31-year-old monarch, often called Prince Charming for his Elvis Presley looks, tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend, who is a 21-year-old student at London's Regents College.
The newlyweds are to fly to India's princely state of Rajasthan for their honeymoon, according to Rajasthan's Tourism Ministry. The ministry is promoting Rajasthan, abundant with tourist attractions, as the Incredible State of India.
Although the exact locations where the king and queen will visit and stay have not been disclosed, a grand pictorial tour of Rajasthan appears below.
The state abounds in old palaces -- and palaces-turned-hotels for accommodation -- and is often dubbed as the Land of Kings. There are lakes, a train called the Palace on Wheels with regal interiors, and many more culturally rich sites that truly define the state as the Land of Colors.
A state of ancient forts, Rajasthan epitomizes Indian architecture. Encompassing the Thar Desert and the Aravalli Range, it is located in northwestern India.
Have a look at the travel offerings of the place in the pictures below.