Braving turbulent waters

9. September 2013 13:32 by Team Eternal Mewar in Charities

When the going gets tough, that’s when we need to get tougher. And doing it innovatively is just like a pinch of salt!

The drastically evolving urban landscape is forcing people to flow with it. Those who happily take the plunge find their shores. Or just barely stay afloat all their lives and basically get nowhere. Those who don’t, suffer the most. Why, in the first place, do we want to change banks when we already have our ship anchored so perfectly? Maybe all that is required is to take what we have and plug it into the new urban ways of life. And make a completely unique identity for ourselves. And yet stay proud of our roots! 

To get answers to questions alike and to find an innovative way towards that perfect urban-historic ecosystem is need of the hour. The Indian Heritage Citites Network (IHCN) has taken an initiative to strengthen Indian historic cities and towns to cope with these changes that threaten to destroy India’s diverse living heritage. As part of this inititiave, IHCN is hosting a student competition in partnership with UNESCO New Delhi in conjunction with the 4th Biennial Conference. This competition aims to challenge students to design a Living Heritage Urban Revitalisation Plan. Revolving around the theme ‘How can living heritage contribute to people?’ the competition will make students think beyond traditional heritage conservation and study the physical features and the socio-economic problems faced by these cities and come up with smart and feasible solutions.

The jury comprising of national and international experts will select a winner and two runner-ups being awarded cash prizes of INR 50k, 30k and 20k respectively. MMCF is glad to support this initiative as part of its own endeavour to protect and preserve its own heritage and spread the message to the world.
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An eventful august for MMPS

8. September 2013 16:39 by Team Eternal Mewar in Educational Institutions

It’s established that Maharana Mewar Public School is not just about nurturing the children’s academic panorama but also to let them evolve their personalities. Be it sports, arts or communications. And August 2013 proved to be quite a wholesome for the children at MMPS with dust still settling down after the exciting month.   Here’s a glimpse of what happened last month that kept the students busy all along:

Let the music play

An Inter-house Solo and Group Dance Competition on 24th August for the junior and senior kids. The competition posed to be a great platform for the children to come together as team-players and get a hands on experience of the culture of India and Mewar in particular.

On the pitch

The multi-faceted children at MMPS had just got off the stage and on to the cricket ground on 26th. And MMPS plays to win! An inter-city cricket tournament (U-19) organized by Government Secondary School, Bholapura, between 26th and 29th August was won by MMPS cricket team.

Dipped in colour

When the entire Rajasthan is soaked in drastic colours, how can MMPS stay behind? Inter-house Pot Painting Competition held on August 30 at Maharana Mewar Public School’s Art School got was quite a success. The children immensely enjoyed a colorful break and came up with unbelievable creations!

What’s the brain quotient?

The 3rd CBSE TERI GREEN Olympiad 2013 was conducted at Maharana Mewar Public School on August 31, 2013 in which 88 students appeared. A brain racking event that the children happily participated in and really pulled up their socks for.

Lights. Camera. Action!

On the same day, 31st of August was held an Inter-House English Dramatics Competition at the School Open Auditorium. This was a welcome refreshment after the challenging Olympiad and made the children participate in numbers. Mr. Vilas Janve, Field Officer, Centre for Cultural Resource and Training, Udaipur and Mr. Deepak Joshi, Programme officer, West Zone Cultural Centre, Udaipur were the Judges for the competition.

The world will be our playground!

6. September 2013 21:54 by Team Eternal Mewar in Eternal Mewar


It’s unstoppable! The school’s drive to take Mewar’s budding youth of tomorrow on a global platform is taking them places. Or should we say, it’s bringing the world to them.

Not too long back, Mr. Jeff Mazzini, Managing Director of Australasian Academy of Mentoring and Coaching, Balcatta, Western Australia along with Mr. Ravi Subraman and Ms Raj Lakshmi visited the school. Received by the principal and escorted by the heads of the School Students Council, they absorbed the culture of the school along with the activities, facilities and infrastructure. They introduced the Australian Vocational Educational Courses to the teaching staff and students.

A friendly chat with the school kids later climaxed into Mr. Ravi Subraman acknowledging, "At the very outset we would like to place on record our appreciation for the honour accorded to us by your students and our sincere thanks for your hospitality showered on us during our visit to your institution in Udaipur. Your teachers too deserve a round of applause for their effort in bringing out the best in every child. It was outstanding and most impressive."

Mr. Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar of Udaipur, Trustee - Vidyadan Trust, believes, “Every little step brings the school kids closer to the world that is calling them with both arms open! We at MMPS will act as mere vehicles to get these kids to where they belong.”

About AAMC

Australasian Academy of Mentoring and Coaching (AAMC) is a registered RTO offering eLearning, consulting and mentoring services along with online training management systems that are effective, professional and cater to meet the business needs. Its accredited courses are approved under the Australian Qualification Framework ( AQTF) and range from Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma,RG146 (ASIC approved).

Let the world know what Mewar thrives on

6. September 2013 11:02 by Team Eternal Mewar in Events & Shows

Mewar enjoys a well-rounded rich history. From a huge dynasty of rulers that have done us proud to the culture that still prevails to the flora and fauna that has never failed to provide well for the community, Mewar has it all.

Maharana of Mewar Charitable Fund (MMCF) recently sanctioned a financial assistance towards an initiative to get the World up and close with Mewar. Professor S. S Katewa, Department of Botany, University College of Science, Udaipur was invited to attend an International Congress titled ‘World Congress of the International Union of Antrhopological and Ethnological Scinces 2013’ at Manchester. He presented a well-researched paper, ‘Indigeneous People and Wild Food’ that was aimed at unveiling Mewar and the abundant bounties of nature it enjoys, to the world. MMCF is happy to have been able to support this effort to take Mewar to the world.

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A feather in the cap for the Prince of Mewar!

3. September 2013 10:42 by Team Eternal Mewar in

Mr. Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar of Udaipur, Executive Director – HRH Group of Hotels has been awarded with the most prestigious certification of the Hospitality industry - The Certified Hotel Administrator. The certificate has been conferred by The American Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute, one of the finest nonprofit member benefits of the American Hotel & Lodging Association. The institute extends its reputation around the globe to serve the needs of learning institutions and hotel organizations through more than 90 licensed affiliates in 54 countries. Achieving the CHA announces Mr. Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar’s  place among the best in hospitality professionals globally , abreast of current trends and latest hospitality protocols.

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