Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar turns 68

Arvind Singh Mewar

Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar (born on 13 December 1944) – The 76th custodian of Mewar dynasty turns 67 Today. UdaipurBlog Team Along with the Whole Udaipur Blog Supporters Wish Maharana of Mewar A Very Happy Birthday, Your Work for Udaipur is Commendable and your Love For Art and Heritage and Culture of Udaipur is Admirable. May you Keep Working for your and Our Udaipur Forever and Ever. 🙂

Arvind Singh Mewar

About Him: (Source Wikipedia)

A graduate of the Mayo College, Ajmer he did a hotel management course in the UK and then went on to Chicago, USA where he learnt the job thoroughly even washing dishes, changing linen and serving the guests. His business instincts have seen the wonderful crystal collection in the palace as well as its fantastic fleet of vintage cars opened to the public for a considerable fee. Married to H.R.H. Princess Vijayaraj of Kutch, Gujarat, they have been blessed with three children: Princess Bhargavi Mewar, Princess Padmaja Mewar and Prince Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar.

H.R.H. Arvind Singh Mewar is Managing Trustee of the Maharana Mewar Charitable Foundation and Chairman and MD of the HRH Group of Hotels. Both these organisations were established by his father H.R.H. Bhagwat Singh Mewar. After the independence of India in 1947, Bhagwat Singh Mewar started focusing on the preservation of Palaces, tradition of House of Mewar and earning money through these palaces by converting them to Heritage Hotels.

Keeping his father’s vision in mind, he has been continuously transforming the past into the future. The tourism industry H.R.H. Bhagwat Singh Mewar began with a single royal residence (the Lake Palace) turned into a hotel in 1963 is now the Historic Resort Hotels Group which includes the magnificent Kumbhalgarh Fort that boasts the second longest wall in the world after the Great Wall of China and numerous palaces. The Shiv Niwas palace of Udaipur received the Heritage Award for Excellence in January 1999 from the Prime Minister. Today the HRH Group of Hotels have many palaces throughout Rajasthan converted into luxury heritage hotels. Staff totals over 1200 personnel employed in the family’s heritage hotels, resorts and charitable institutions.