Definition of Eternal Mewar
The House of Mewar, acknowledged as the world's oldest-serving dynasty, has faced challenges, which have tested the maintenance of the Custodianship form of governance and the Custodian's commitment to carry on serving as The Diwan of Shree Eklingnath ji.
In 1947 with India's Independence and again in 1971, with the abolition of Princely Privileges, the office of the Custodian necessitated reinventions. In 1984 the mantle of 76th Custodian devolved upon Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur. The original status of Custodian, as provided in the Constitution of India, ceased to exist. The challenge, therefore, for Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur was to bring the different identities of inheritance under one umbrella.
Eternal Mewar is conceptualized to provide the vision for the 21st century, it expresses, embodies and encompasses the core values, principles and the legacy of the House of Mewar. Eternal Mewar covers all the activities of the House of Mewar.
Eternal Mewar has also emerged as a unique heritage brand exemplifying hospitality, cultural preservation, philanthropy, education, sports & spirituality for global audiences.
Although Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur is the concept developer of brand 'Eternal Mewar' and owner of all the intellectual property rights in relation thereto, but as Eternal Mewar is not a legal entity thus Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur shall not be responsible / liable for any acts / omissions / commissions by any of the institutions / corporates / trusts / organizations under / related to Eternal Mewar. Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur is not responsible to address / resolve any issues arising out of the acts / omissions / commissions by any of the institutions / corporates / trusts / organizations under / related to Eternal Mewar and such institutions / corporates / trusts / organizations shall be solely responsible to address / resolve any issues arising out of their acts . / omissions / commissio
Joint Custodianship Initiatives
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The two brackets represent custodianship: Their 'embrace' is non-intervening, non-interfering.
What do they embrace?
One is the red tikka with rice grains, the eternal symbol of a `welcome' in India.
Second, the rising sun, the first symbol of the family of Mewar.
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