Elevated Road Approved in Udaipur from Udaipole to Delhi Gate

The state government has approved the project of constructing an elevated over-bridge road on Udaipole-Surajpole-Delhi Gate Court Choraha route. The responsibility of plan has been handed over to the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI). The elevated roads are going to get constructed into the region of Udaipur and Bikaner with the estimated cost of 271 Crore. In Udaipur, 136 crores are going to spend on the development whereas remaining fund is proposed for Bikaner. The budget was passed by honorable Vasundhara Raje, Chief Minister of Rajasthan and other development authorities in the discussion meeting held in Jaipur on 25th July. By looking at the increasing traffic problems in the both the cities the decision was passed in favor for the construction of over-bridge.


From Udaipole to Court Choraha, bypassing Surajpole and Delhi Gate, this can ease the traffic congestion in that area. Earlier, the business oriented people operating in the affected locations with the medium of Chamber of Commerce had objected the construction, suggesting that elevated roads will affect their daily business activities. By focusing on this keen concern, UIT has got the Design, Length, and Span approved through a DPR with the help of Ahmedabad-based project consultants and road designers. Apart from this, several times local meets have been settled undertaking the construction of over-bridge in Udaipur.

Once the project is completed successfully, Udaipur will witness the ease in traffic which is originating from Sector 11, Hiran Magri, Patel Circle, City Station heading directly to Ashok Nagar, Panchwati, Bhupalpura, Chetak and beyond Fatehpura, Nathdwara, will avoid the crowded areas of Surajpole, Delhi Gate, Collectorate Road, and Court Choraha. Heavy transports will no longer affect near Delhi Gate or Surajpole unless they are determined to be in these locations.

Udaipur people is having positive expectations this time. We wish the project of elevated road gets start soon.

Udaipur Harley Group celebrated Rakhi in special way

Tough riders Meet Toddlers to Celebrate Rakshabandhan!


Udaipur HOG Officer Mr. Abhisheck Dan Sandu told us , “To celebrate Rakshabandhan in a special way this year, Udaipur Harley Owners Group (HOG) members chose to visit the Shikhar Bhargava Public School, run specially for the needy widowed women’s children. We found a set of 52 new sisters who welcomed us with warm hearts and tied rakhi to us all..!! It was heart touching.”

The wonderstruck little school kids welcomed them warmly and tied rakhi to them in return, HOG members distributed cash, gift hampers and stationery item. Then they cut a cake among the children and had great time with The Group will cooperate to provide higher education to the students of the underprivileged class.

Another member Mr. Swadheen Joshi, who is the Manager of the “Roshan Lal Sharma Public School” offered to freely admit VIII pass out to his institution.

Udaipur HOG group member Dilip Nagda said it was an emotional moment to spend time with those young students. He offered to donate sports items to the school. Then the young children enjoyed the ride on the Harley Davidson bikes.

More than 36 riders got together and raised an amount of 54000 for the cause.
Senior riders Venkat Raj Dhabai, Dr.Kuldeep Singh, Deepak Sharma, Saurabh Agarwal, Nitesh Jain, Rohit Vaya, Rahul Sharma, Utkarsh Baxi, Aman Kalra, Mrigank Sharma, Tejveer Jholawas presided the ceremony.








INIFD UDAIPUR and YUVAAM SEWA SANSTHAN celebrates the 70th Independence Day


Dr. Anand Gupta, Managing Director of Aravali hospital Udaipur, being the chief guest of the event, after hoisting the National flag, addressed the students and asserted them on the importance of “Healthy citizens of healthy India”.


The event took place at Ranaji followed by a small skit and dance performed by the students of INIFD, Udaipur. Furthermore, Mr. Abhay Singhvi, MD of SS College of engineering enlightened the students with his valuable words. With the vision of freedom of speech “ONE to All” community was launched in the event with the aim to serve as a local engine for Udaipur.


The event was hosted by CA Prachi Mehta, Centre Head at INIFD, Udaipur and Ar.Soumya luthra, Co- founder at YUVAAM Sewa Sansthan. Also the event was marketed by Afsha Habib, Marketing Head at INIFD, Udaipur and photographed by Mohit Nahar.


3rd phase of Restoration of Government Girls’ Senior Secondary School, Udaipur by MMCF

Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation , The City Palace, Udaipur is a public charitable trust registered under Rajasthan Public Trust Act 1959. An initiative of the custodian of the House of Mewar for perpetuation of its core values such as service to society and mankind also serves as a ‘temple of inspiration’ for future generations and continues the model of sustainability that is ‘Eternal Mewar’. Operational since 1969, over 300 professionals are engaged in realizing this vision. The Foundation’s current outreach is in the field of academics, eco-management, philanthropic works and heritage conservation & promotion, in partnership with several institutions at state, national and international levels.
The Foundation aims at contributing to a large-scale systematic change with a focus on establishing a center of excellence at Udaipur.
MMCF has taken the responsibility of preserving the remarkable tangible and intangible cultural heritage. This enormous responsibility is fulfilled through a comprehensive and informed set of initiatives. These include the maintenance and continued development of the City Palace Museum and the other projects preserving local culture through the celebration of festivals in the traditional manner, documenting and researching cultural practices and creating forums for knowledge transfer . All this is made particularly challenging because of a lack of good cultural preservation practice in India, making it necessary to develop suitable systems and methodologies before they can be implemented.
Government Girls’ Senior Secondary School
Formerly known as H.H. The Maharana Girls High School, Jagdish Chowk, Udaipur was constructed during the reign of Maharana Shambhu Singh, the 71st Custodian of The House of Mewar (r. 1861 – 1874 AD). The school was established by Maharana Shambhu Singh in 1864 AD at Jagdish Chowk, Udaipur.

It is administered by the District Education Officer (Secondary), Udaipur under the Directorate of Education, Government of Rajasthan, Bikaner. Presently 500 girls are studying in the school from Class IX to XII. The school has celebrated its 150th anniversary in the year 2014.

Envisioned Restoration





The restoration and renovation of school building is being undertaken under the project titled ‘Education in Udaipur’ initiated by Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation, Udaipur. On request from the School Authorities, given the historic relationship between the School and the House of Mewar, Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur, Chairman and Managing Trustee of MMCF and the 76th Custodian of the House of Mewar, decided to take on the restoration and renovation project of the school which has been undertaken to be done in 3 phases.


In 1st phase MMCF completed restoration and renovation of outer façade and two classrooms of the Government Girls’ Senior Secondary School in January 2015 at a cost of Rs. 33 lakhs. For the same MMCF received the Bhamashah Award from Government of Rajasthan.

2nd phase of restoration and renovation which includes the first floor hall, four classrooms and two laboratories of the school building was completed in October 2016 and total cost of the project was 30 lakhs.

In the 3rd phase during this year the ground floor consisting of 6 classrooms, toilets of the school building and entrance ramps was commenced in May 2016 and completed in July 2016 and the total cost of the project was 35 lakhs. The restoration carried out by experienced conservation professionals, well qualified and experienced site supervisors, traditional master craftsmen, skilled workers with proper plans.

Celebration of 125th Anniversary of Shepherd Memorial Church of North India, Chetak Circle, Udaipur

During the first dozen years of Dr. James Shepherd’s ministry and work in this region, the little Christian community had grown to only some 50 souls. There was as yet no Church building and Dr. Shepherd, longed to have one, not only in interest of reverent worship but as a visible witness to the Gospel in the Mewar State. On 4th August 1889, a suitable piece of land was secured as a gracious gift from the Maharana Fateh Singh, 73rd Custodian of House of Mewar.  Dr Shepherd, regarding money for the Church building construction, he writes in one of his letters, “Our friends in the station are most helpful and ever willing to do what they can do us in the way of helping on the work”.  The then, state Engineer, Mr. Campbell Thompson took keenest interest in it. The building, though not a large one, is of exceptionally beautiful design. This church was opened on 5th July 1891.  In token of the respect and friendship, there was a large gathering at the first divine worship service, with which the Church was opened.  Maharana Fateh Singh and many of the leading nobles were present besides a humble folk. The worship service was conducted in the vernacular by Rev. John Traill.

Since then, this church continues to serve as a pivot for Christian community in the city for growing spiritually and collectively. At present, more than a thousand attend praise and worship of God on each Sunday and participate in Lord’s Supper and other religious sacraments regularly. In addition, church also extends his helping hand to poor and marginalised people in nearby villages through its social outreach from time to time. Currently, the Church is supervised by the presbyter in-charge Rev Raimson Victor under the overall administration of the Rajasthan Diocese of Church of India (CNI) which is located in Ajmer. Besides, the church remains opened throughout the weekdays for meditation and prayers for believers. The Shepherd Memorial Church also attracts many visitors to enjoy and appreciate its beauty and its architecture.


The Shepherd Memorial Church of North India is celebrating its 125 years of consecration on 5th July 2016 and the celebration started on 3rd July 2016. It is a shining example of how an open door policy towards new ideas and concepts can help build and sustain a city; how dedicated professionals can be given space and time to serve the needs of a citizenry; and how a humane environment can be created where respect and love among people grows.


Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur, the 76th Custodian of the House of Mewar and Chairman and Managing Trustee of the Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation attended the celebration on 3rd July 2016 at Shepherd Memorial Church of North India, Udaipur. He was welcomed by The Most Rev. P. K. Samantaroy, Moderator – Church of North India along with Rt. Rev. Warris K. Masih, Bishop – Diocese of Delhi & Moderator’s Episcopal Commissary, Rt. Rev. Collin C. Theodore, Former Bishop – Diocese of Rajasthan and Rev. Raimson Victor, Presbyter In-Charge, Shepherd Memorial Church, Church of North India, Udaipur.
“In commemorating the 125 years of Shepherd Memorial Church, we are paying homage to our collective past and sharing the living heritage of Mewar with the new generations of today,” said Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar, humbled as he is by the achievements of his illustrious forefathers.