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We could thank you no more, Eternal Mewar!

Posted by on Monday, July 8th, 2013

As a group of European students wave goodbye to Eternal Mewar after an enthralling tour of the MMPS, they take back memories of a life-time with them. A special thank you to all the students on behalf of Eternal Mewar to have come all the way to interact and exchange their views with our students of the MMPS. This was indeed a step towards taking Living Heritage on a global platform.

As we saw them off yesterday, hoping to welcome them again soon, a small note was handed over to Dr. Mayank Gupta, Deputy Secretary – Development at MMCF who has been proactively involved in organizing this entire activity along with Mr. Bhupendra Singh Auwa, Deputy Secretary – Administration, MMCF. The note read as below:

Dear Mayank,

At the outset let me thank you a ton for organizing the visit of our students from Europe on the 4th and the 5th of July so well. My very sincere thanks to Maharaj Kumar Sh. Lakshya Raj Ji Mewar for taking out time to meet all our students. We feel honored for all that you did for us. I would want to mention here that we all felt very happy with Mr. Dutta and his team at MMPS and enjoyed the session with Mr Choubisa on Vedic Maths and Crafts Sir. The presentation on Natural Disasters by your students were very thought provoking. The performances by the school band will stay inn our memories for ever. The European students were all delighted with the traditional warm welcome that we received on both the days. The detailed explanation that they got from the french guide was like topping of chocolate on a vanilla ice-cream. The whole evening they were discussing about the grandeur of the Royal family and there simplicity and generosity. Needless to mention your complete team has an everlasting impression on our experience of Udaipur

I, with my both hands folded, thank you very much for the warm experience.

Thanking you.
Warm Regards,
Vineet Baya

As it is rightly said, ‘It’s the gesture that counts’. Only a few leave an impression for a life-time. We wish you all well for your future endeavours.


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