The land of Mewar has witnessed epic battles, glorious history and a vibrant heritage highlighted by the reign of supreme warriors. But the one legendary King who remains etched in the hearts of …[Read More]
he city of Udaipur, apart from its astounding beauty, is well-known for its tradition of honouring excellence for ages. And, to respect this tradition, the Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation (MMCF) …[Read More]
The ingress of one of the most celebrated festivals of India marks the beginning of the spring season. The first day of this most loved Hindu festival is called Holika Dahan where a huge pyre is lit, signifying the victory of good over the demonic Holika.
HRH Group of Hotel is proud to have been selected to get published in ‘World CIO-200 Yearbook 2019’ . The ‘Global CIO Forum’ has published a book selecting top 200 CIOs profiles from across the World (specially focused Middle East, Africa and Asian countries). …[Read More]
The Economic Times CIO (ETCIO) Annual Awards has been instituted to recognise the outstanding work done by CIOs innovatively leveraging technology resulting in transformed business processes. The award celebrates the spirit of innovation in the enterprise technology domain. …[Read More]
The heritage city of Udaipur, one of the most sought-after destinations in Rajasthan, radiated with music and dance with the most talented artists and musicians performing during the 4th World Living Heritage Festival (WLHF) – 2018. …[Read More]
The World Living Heritage Festival is one of the most awaited events in Rajasthan. Hosted by the beautiful city of Udaipur, the World Living Heritage Festival provides a vibrant blend of tradition and festivities. Udaipur is the heritage-hub of Rajasthan, which makes it the perfect city to celebrate a festival that signifies the debonair culture of the state. Embark on a journey that will take you through the history of Mewar and experience the living heritage of Udaipur! …[Read More]
On the banks of Lake Pichola, hidden behind an intricate façade that stretches for 244 meters, lies the grand City Palace of Udaipur. Maharana Udai Singh II commenced its construction parallel to the establishment of Udaipur. …[Read More]