Gwalior royal Rao Lokendra Singh Kondhera passes away. He suffered heart attack due to Covid-19. Kondhera was known for his wide interest in animals and history of Gwalior. He use to keep 8 dogs and over 300 pigeons at his home in Sikandar Kampoo famously known as ‘Kondhera Kothi’. He later sold his house to develop a township in that area. He continued to focus on quality dog breeding which made him earn a respectable name around the nation. He was fondly called as ‘Rao Sahab’. Lokendra Singh trace his roots from Kondhera Village in Kailaras and inherited the legacy of animal love from his great grandfather Raja Madhosingh Ji Kondhera who kept 150 dogs, bear, tiger, chital deer, horse and elephant. He was also close to Jyotiraditya Scindia and Digvijaya Singh. Few months back Kondhera lost his only son with whom he shared a friendly relation. Picture- From an interview in Soulsteer Magazine.