Regular portions of Mewar and its rich legacy
to keep the 'Living Heritage' social and global!

The life of Indian rulers inspires like a game of chess

Posted by Team Eternal Mewar on Wednesday, August 24th, 2016

Strategically planned yet so unpredictable. You never know what the next moment has in store for you so you better live in alert mode. Volatile every minute – you think you made the best move only until the enemy made his! Above all, inspiring ever …[Read More]

A picture can really speak a thousand words!

Posted by Team Eternal Mewar on Wednesday, August 17th, 2016

The Officer’s Mess, 22nd Battalion The Rajputana Rifles is proud and happy to mount a very special gift from The …[Read More]

The legendary battle of Haldighati

Posted by Team Eternal Mewar on Monday, August 8th, 2016

The icon of bravery and a seasoned fighter Maharana Pratap whose remembrance is incomplete without …[Read More]

HRH wins National Tourism Awards yet again!

Posted by Team Eternal Mewar on Sunday, July 31st, 2016

It was a moment of pride and honour when Mr. Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar, Executive Director, HRH Group of Hotels along with …[Read More]

Globe-trotting? Every step matters!

Posted by Team Eternal Mewar on Friday, July 22nd, 2016

A few days ago Times of India revealed that 17% Indian families make an overnight trip every month. And 34% of these were for the purpose of holiday, leisure and recreation.* Travel ringing in for Indians! …[Read More]

Swaranjali 2016: 6 seasoned artists. 1 classic ensemble.

Posted by Team Eternal Mewar on Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

Our very own festival dedicated to spiritual and academic teachers – Guru Purnima is round the corner. Like every year, this year too, the festival will be celebrated by the House of Mewar in its own special style. …[Read More]

Conservation Chronicle of Amar Mahal

Posted by Team Eternal Mewar on Monday, July 11th, 2016

Erected by Maharana Amar Singh I (ruling period 1592-1620 AD), the 55th custodian of the Mewar dynasty, Amar Mahal was originally built as a ‘Rawla’, meaning ‘a palace for the royal ladies’. …[Read More]

Conservation Chronicle of The Zenana Mahal

Posted by Team Eternal Mewar on Monday, July 11th, 2016

The name instantly rings a bell. Yes, this is one of our most favourite wedding and event venues that dazzles up enviously in the evening lighting. The Zenana Mahal or the queen chamber is part of the City Palace, Udaipur that was built in the early 1600s. …[Read More]

Mewar’s golden association with Shepherd

Posted by Team Eternal Mewar on Sunday, July 3rd, 2016

Maharana Fateh Singh (b. December 16, 1849 at Shivrati-d. May 24, 1930 at Udaipur), the 73rd custodian of Mewar, came from a rustic background and essentially remained uneducated. But that lag never stopped him from outshining and setting examples of being a true monarch of India. The Maharana always had a quiet religious strength to himself and carried a …[Read More]

The conservation of Mahasatyaji: a case study on Heritage Management

Posted by Team Eternal Mewar on Friday, July 1st, 2016

Picking up from our earlier post, The untold story of Mahasatyaji, here’s highlighting the initiative that MMCF has taken towards Heritage Management of Mewar. …[Read More]

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