Rural King online and KingMarysberg online for the 1st time in 2020.
The website of King Mady’s Rural Kings Online is set to be launched by the RKOS organisation on March 1.
The online portal will provide a unique, user-friendly, and affordable portal for all the Kings of Mady, the country’s largest royal family, to connect with their constituents.
In an exclusive interview with The Hindu, RKos general secretary S.K. Muralidharan said that the site will be fully operational by April 2019.
“We are looking to launch our online portal by the end of March.
The website will be the largest online portal for the King’s Royal Family,” he said.
King Mady and the Rural Kings, which is headed by the King of Rajasthan, have been known for its online presence.
It was launched by him in 2012 with a focus on making the rural economy better.
“Our objective is to make the rural sector more attractive to young people and their families.
We have been working on this for years.
We are working on making a website which will be affordable for everyone,” he added.
Rural Kings has been running the website since January.
Mathers said the site is being developed by RK OS, a government-owned company.
The site is aimed at bringing together the best of the King and RKOs websites to help in their mission of helping rural people in the state.
“We are targeting an audience of all ages, with a diverse range of interests and skills, including farmers, farmers’ wives, entrepreneurs, and small businessmen.
This will be a place where the King can showcase the services he provides to his constituents,” Mather said.
The King has been active on social media for the last two years.
It will help to give a better understanding of the agricultural sector in the State and will be one of the first in the country to be completely digital.””
The Rural Kings website will offer an attractive and user- friendly portal that is accessible to everyone.
It will help to give a better understanding of the agricultural sector in the State and will be one of the first in the country to be completely digital.”