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Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur

Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur is the 76th Custodian of the House of Mewar.

A multifaceted personality, Shriji has been preserving a vibrant cultural heritage enshrined in The City Palace, Udaipur in Rajasthan. As the Chairman and Managing Trustee of the Maharana Mewar Charitable Foundation (MMCF), Udaipur, Shriji is managing a spectrum of philanthropic and charitable activities emanating from the City Palace in Udaipur. Several non profit and commercial organizations are seamlessly networked to exemplify ‘Eternal Mewar’ for global and Indian audiences. The Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation, Vidyadan Trust, Maharana Mewar Historical Publications Trust, and Rajmata Gulab Kunwar Charitable Trust have emerged as the public charitable trusts responsible for more than 50 developmental projects in and around Udaipur. The City Palace Museum, Maharana Mewar Special Library, Maharana Mewar Research Institute, the publications division and educational institutes are some of the key projects being managed and developed by the Trusts.

HRH Group of Hotels, Udaipur, is the flagship commercial venture of the House of Mewar. HRH Group of Hotels is India’s largest and only chain of heritage palace-hotels and resorts under private ownership. Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur is the Chairman and Managing Director of the HRH Group of Hotels that offers regal experiences in island-palaces, museums, galleries, car collections, and much more.

Shriji was bestowed the HIFI Hall of Fame Award by Hotel Investment Forum India (HIFI) on January 2012 for his exemplifying outstanding business practices, leadership and achievements in the hospitality industry. In recognition of his contribution for the promotion of tourism in the country, Shriji has been conferred the prestigious ‘Agastya Award’ by the Travel Agents Association of India (TAAI) for the year 2001. Shriji has been an active member of the prestigious World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) which is the global forum for business leaders in the travel and tourism trade. With the Government of Rajasthan, Shriji has been the advisor to the Rajiv Gandhi Tourism Development Mission; he has also been an Executive Member of The Rajasthan Foundation, dedicated to the promotion of Rajasthan Tourism worldwide

Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur was educated at the prestigious Mayo College, Ajmer from where he completed his school certificate conducted by the Cambridge University. He obtained his Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Udaipur. He studied English literature, economics and political science at the Maharana Bhupal College in Udaipur.

To polish his business acumen, Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur undertook a hotel management course from The Metropolitan College, St Albans in the UK. Later, he gained invaluable on-job training in hospitality services in the United States.

Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur is a keen sportsman and aviator.

An avid cricketer, he has represented his school, university and Rajasthan State in cricket tournaments in India. Till date he remains a patron of the game and a member of the Rajasthan Cricket Association, the Cricket Club of India, Bombay Cricket Association and the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), London.

Shikarbadi Hotel in Udaipur now has a private airport where Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur has been developing his passion for aviation and sports. Microlite aircraft and smaller airplanes are available for personal use and special guests; he is working towards converting the Shikarbadi private airport into a commercial one to be developed as a ‘city airport’.

Today Shikarbadi Airport is the preferred airfield for flight training of National Cadet Corps (NCC) pilots who are flying microlite aircrafts.

We want our guests to ‘experience the original’ and authentic heritage of our destinations. This is why we have developed our museums, exhibited priceless collections and created more historic venues for guests to be meaningfully entertained. I firmly believe that we have to offer fine hospitality and services in our heritage palace-hotels and resorts. I would say, this has been our biggest achievement and, continues to be, a big challenge

The Grand Heritage Palaces and Royal Retreats of the HRH Group of Hotels have become the most sought-after venues for ‘regal weddings’, celebrations and corporate events.

The perfectly-appointed facilities and exquisite palace venues come together to create an authentic backdrop for a truly ‘regal wedding’, with traditional or contemporary settings,” said Ms. Padmaja Kumari Mewar of Udaipur, Joint Managing Director of the HRH Group of Hotels, adding, “In Udaipur, long hailed as one of the most romantic cities of the world, wedding guests are treated as royalty in Shiv Niwas Palace and Fateh Prakash Palace.”