Ishwar is the first Indian to be honoured with the highest form of recognition by the Zulu monarch, Richards Bay Philanthropist Ishwar Ramlutchman has been given a Zuku name and appointend at the head of the regiment (Zulu Army) by His Majesty King Zwelithini Ka- Bhekuzulu.
Ramlutchman who celebrated his 40th birthday recently at uMhlanga received these announcement as a special gifts from the King.
King Goodwill Zwelithini Ka-Bhekuzulu praised Ramlutchman for his extensive community service and presented him with the name “Prince Ishwar Ramlutchman Mabheka Zulu” as a full member of iziNyosi regiment and adopted him as a son to the royal family and the Zulu Royal Monarch.
It was also mentioned that the dictum that people of exceptional leaders, intellectual and spiritual power are ahead of their time rings true for this young man.
Indeed over the years Ishwar has become part of their family. Ishwar`s commitment to promotion of social cohesion, nature conversation and respect for everyone’s cultural heritage and religion has earned him our respect.
The Monarch acknowledged the role of Sita Ramlutchman in her son’s life. As a single parent she raised a young boy who today is respected and celebrated all over the globe .Meanwhile, Ramlutchman was presented a humanitarian award from for his contribution towards peace unity and culture in Africa.