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The Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation (MMCF), Udaipur was instituted to serve and assist each and every individual to realise a special status in the hierarchy of God's creation, and to serve as a temple of inspiration to future generations. The Foundation was founded upon principles of trusteeship, which are its underlying structure and strengt...

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Maharana Mewar Research Institute

Maharana Mewar Research Institute

Maharana Mewar Research Institute

The City Palace, Udaipur

Maharana Bhagwat Singh Mewar of Udaipur expressed an earnest desire to establish a research institute to undertake research in literature, heritage, art and history of Mewar. This cherished goal has been realized with the high spirits and tradition of his predecessors, at the behest of Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur, Chairman, Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation. In 1985 CE, Maharana Mewar Research Institute was established and Shriji donated the historical collection to the institute. The institute has largest collections of manuscripts. This rich collection covers several languages and scripts such as Sanskrit, Hindi, local and other regional languages. This is a significant store house of information and resource for research scholars and academicians and some have even accessed these archives as prime material for their research work. 

Haqiqat Bahida Publication - Haqiqat Bahida (daily diaries handwritten in local language) is the primary sources of Historical information. Every day of Maharana’s ruling period is mentioned in this daily diary with time - table along with his travels, meeting with dignitaries, routine and traditions followed on various festivals. The information is gathered and complied by Research Institute and which is later published.  

Map Conservation and Digitalization Project - Mr. Lalit Kumar Pathak (Consultant Lalit Pathak Paper and Arts Conservation, New Delhi) and his team, members have completed the documentation, condition assessment and scientific studies leading to conservation of maps, which are preserved in Maharana Mewar research Institute. After that Research Institute has digitalized about 2000 Maps including blueprints, sketches and hand drawings. 


These relevant historical maps narrating the historical development of the palace form are used to outline the major phases for the evolution of the City Palace. A few maps recording the changes made in the palace during the last century have been useful in revealing the history of repair and alteration up to the present day.

Historical Documentations - The Research Institute is working on historical documentation like Constructions done by the Maharanas of Mewar, Various traditions, Modernizations in Mewar state and milestone works, which was done by Maharanas of Mewar. In short, the Institute has been effectively playing the role of a very significant centre of Indological Studies and Research.

MAHARANA MEWAR SPECIAL LIBRARY

Maharana Mewar Special Library is vital hub for cultural expression and heritage preservation. Maharana Mewar Special Library’s collection comprises of over 35,000 rare books.  


The catacombs carved out on the eastern edge of the hill are the foundations of the Manek Chowk, the main courtyard of The City Palace, Udaipur. This sixteenth century subterraneous space served as an erstwhile store for horse and elephant fodder, and grain for humans from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century in times of siege on the earlier Mewar state. The catacomb structure is representative of the unique Rajput spatial planning of hill forts in this region. The Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation reopened these catacombs in 1996. The catacombs were found in a dilapidated state, filled with debris, damaged plaster on walls and ceilings and profuse seepage on the western end. The guiding principle for conservation work initiated by the Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation in 1998, was, two fold. Firstly, to restore the dilapidated structure and secondly, to provide an appropriate reuse with minimal intervention. 
 
Considerable technical ingenuity and aesthetic sensibility transformed these catacombs without altering the character of the historic space. It took two years of laborious conservation work and 200,000 USD to convert these 1216 square meters of space into the Maharana Mewar Special Library (MMSL).The metamorphosis of the catacombs in the year 2000, into the state of the art library for special studies on Mewar culture was a commendable addition to the cultural cape of Udaipur. The vision behind the project was “A World unto Itself”, an extraordinary space where the past meets the present, in order to contemplate the future. The ancient storehouse for the sustenance of body were transformed into a contemporary storehouse for the sustenance of the mind. 


Maharana Mewar Special Library (MMSL), on 8th April 2000 this library was viewed as a new addition to the 'cultures cape' of Udaipur and the expansive perspective of MMCF.  It was and is 'A world unto itself’  an extraordinary space where the past meets the present in order to contemplate the future. The library has a collection of more than 35470 books of varying antiquity, which includes 10000 books on literature, 8961 on religion, 7999 books on general geography and history connected with the world, India and Mewar Dynasty, 6000 books on art and architecture and many other subjects. The library is also a unique repository of archival documents, rare books and maps. These materials have been catalogued using LIBSYS software and the digital catalogue. 


Maharana Mewar Special Library is a modern facility situated in the The City Palace which houses a unique collection of manuscripts and tamrapatras, paintings and their illustrations, books, maps and almanacs, collected by several generations of the royal family of Mewar. Keeping with the needs and demands of the present day, the library has been professionally catalogued through extensive computerization and accurate documentation using the latest library software. The Library uses a web based library management solution to enhance the total library experience through value added features and services which is called LIBSYS. It has been serving the library community from past 30 years with a focus to deliver user friendly and technically sound solutions. They were the pioneers for library automation in India. Having served more than 3000 satisfied Scholars, both in India and internationally, products carry unmatched depth in functionality augmented by reliable services.Also, to assist national and international scholars, students, and the general public, we have provided a comprehensive search facility which will enable one to access and acquire the contents online on our website.   

Publications

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    Mewar Vanshiya Paramparik Avam Atyadhunik Sawariyen
    Vikram Samva: 2067-68

    Theme : Mewar Dynasty's Traditional And State of The Art Modes of Transportation

    Year : 2011

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    Mewar Ke Paramparik Pan Ke Beede
    Vikram Samva: 2066-67

    Theme : Traditional Rolled Betel Leaf of Mewar Used on Different Occasions

    Year : 2010

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    Udaipur Rajmahal Ki Dyodia, Darwaje Avam Pol
    Vikram Samva: 2065-66

    Theme : The Various Gates, Pols And Darwaja's In The City Palace Complex Udaipur

    Year : 2009

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    Mewar Rajgharane Ke Upyog Me Ane Wale Tamjam, Tathat Avam Myane
    Vikram Samva: 2064-65

    Theme : Carry Chairs And Palanquins Used By The Royal Family of Mewar

    Year : 2008

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    Shriji Hujur Arvind Singh Ji Mewar
    Vikram Samva: 2061-62

    Theme : Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar,the 76th custodian & the house of mewar.

    Year : 2005

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    Sisodia Vansh Ke Kuldevta Nav Grahpati Shri Surya Narayan
    Vikram Samva: 2060-61

    Theme : The Prominent Shiva Temples Under Shree Eklingjj Trust

    Year : 2004

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    Shiv May Samahit Shaktia
    Vikram Samva: 2059-60

    Theme : Depicting the power of shiva in form

    Year : 2003

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    Sisodia Vansh Kay Kuldevta Nav Grahpati Shri Surya Narayan
    Vikram Samva: 2058-59

    Theme : Family deity of the Sisodia dynasty

    Year : 2002

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    Mewar Adhipati Parmeshwar Ji Maharaj Shri Eklingji
    Vikram Samva: 2057-58

    Theme : Shri Ekingji

    Year : 2001

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    Vansh Vriksh
    Vikram Samva: 2056-57

    Theme : Geneological tree of the House of Mewar

    Year : 2000

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    Mewar Maharanaao ki Mudraye
    Vikram Samva: 2055-56

    Theme : The coins issued from time to time by the maharanas of mewar

    Year : 1999

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    Vikram Samva: 2053-54

    Theme : Some famous warriors who fought for the independence of the country under the command of rana sanga of mewar at the battle of khanwa against baber in 1527

    Year : 1998

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    Hinduva Surya Maharana Pratap
    Vikram Samva: 2053-54

    Theme : Sun of Hindus Maharana Pratap

    Year : 1997

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    Maharana Mewar Foundation Award
    Vikram Samva: 2052-53

    Theme : Maharana of Mewar Foundation Annual Award Function With the Award Torans and Medals

    Year : 1996

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    Maharana Pratap ki Sena Me Haldighati yudh (1556-Es.) ke kuch Pramukh Yodha
    Vikram Samva: 2051-52

    Theme : Famous warriors who fought along with Maharnan Pratap at the battle of Haldighati On 18 june 1576

    Year : 1995

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    Mewar ke Tirth Dham
    Vikram Samva: 2050-51

    Theme : Pilgrimage places of Mewar (Shree Eklingji, Shree Nathji, Shree Dwarkdeesh, Shree Charbhujaji and Shree Keshariyaji)

    Year : 1994

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    Vansanukram:- Rawal Ari singh Se Maharana Vikramaditya
    Vikram Samva: 2049-50

    Theme : he custodians of the house of Mewar from Rawal Ari Singhji to Maharana Vikramaditya AD 1127 to 1536

    Year : 1993

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    Vansanukram:-Bappa Rawal Se Rawal Vijay Singh
    Vikram Samva: 2048-49

    Theme : The custodians of the house of Mewar from Bappa Rawal to Rawal Vijai Singhji AD 734 to 1107

    Year : 1992

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    Mewar Ratna
    Vikram Samva: 2047-48

    Theme : Gems of Mewar and their contribution by sacrifice, loyalty, valour, selfless service and devotion to the house of Mewar

    Year : 1991

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    Mewar Ratna
    Vikram Samva: 2046-47

    Theme : Gems of Mewar and their contribution in history, culture, and for upholding the values of the house of Mewar

    Year : 1990

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    Udaipur Rajya Mewar ke Maharana(Maharana Udaisingh ji Se Shriji Hujur Arvind Singh ji Mewar Tak)
    Vikram Samva: 2045-46

    Theme : Custodians of the house of Mewar from Maharana Udai Singhji to Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar the present custodian AD 1537 to 1984

    Year : 1989

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    Mewar Ka Rajya Chinha
    Vikram Samva: 2044-45

    Theme : Shree Eklingji (a manifestation of Shiva) Presiding diety of the house of Mewar

    Year : 1988

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    Mewar Ka Rajya Chinha
    Vikram Samva: 2043-44

    Theme : Coat of Arms The house of Mewar

    Year : 1987

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    Shree Ganeshji

    Price (INR) : 30

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    Rana Pratap

    Price (INR) : 40

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    Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur(Poet Raghunath Kantha)

    Price (INR) : 40

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    Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar –2 (R.K.)

    Price (INR) : 40

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    Maharana Bhagwat Singh Mewar

    Price (INR) : 40

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    Holi Festival - The City Palace Complex, Udaipur

    Price (INR) : 40

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    Portrait of Maharana

    Price (INR) : 200

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    Mewar Lithographs (Set of 6 post cards)

    Price (INR) : 200

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    Tod's Annals of Mewar

    Author : Ed. C.H. Payne

    Price (INR) : 250

    Publisher : Maharana Mewar Historical Publications Trust

    Year : 2008

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    Shri Mewar Vijay Panchang

    Author : Pt. Chandra Shekhar Shastri

    Price (INR) : 25

    Publisher : Maharana Mewar Historical Publications Trust

    Year : 2008

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    Mewar Darikhane Ke Riti Rewaj Av Sanskar

    Author : Dr. Rajendranath Purohit

    Price (INR) : 400

    Publisher : Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur

    Year : 2005

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    The Hero of Haldighati

    Author : Kesri Singh

    Price (INR) : 250

    Publisher : Book Treasure, Jodhpur

    Year : 2002

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    Maharana Kumbha Ki Bhartiya Sangeet Ko Den

    Author : Dr. Seema Rathod

    Price (INR) : 400

    Publisher : Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur

    Year : 2002

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    Rajasthani Sahitya Me Lok Devta Pabuji

    Author : Dr.Mahipal Singh

    Price (INR) : 295

    Publisher : Himanshu Publication,Udaipur

    Year : 2001

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    Court Painting In Rajasthan

    Author : Andrew Topsfield

    Price (INR) : 1950

    Publisher : Marg Publications, Mumbai

    Year : 2000

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    Pratap gad Rajya ka ethihas

    Author : Gauri Shankar Heera Chand Ojha

    Publisher : Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur

    Year : 2000

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    Dungarpur Rajya ka ethihas

    Author : Gauri Shankar Heera Chand Ojha

    Publisher : Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur

    Year : 2000

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    Hindupati Maharana Sanga

    Author : Har Vilas Sarda

    Publisher : Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur

    Year : 2000

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    Rajasthani Lok Sahitya

    Author : Nanu Ram Sanskrata

    Publisher : Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur

    Year : 2000

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    Polo In India(A Tribute to Maharj Prem Singh)

    Author : Sarina Singh

    Publisher : Roli Books Pvt. Ltd

    Year : 2000

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    Rajasthan Ke Vegyanic

    Author : Dr. Durgadatt Ojha

    Publisher : Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur

    Year : 2000

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    Mandir Shri Ambamataji Udaipur

    Author : Dr.Shrikrishna Jugnu

    Price (INR) : 35

    Publisher : Maharana Mewar Historical Publications Trust

    Year : 2000

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    Meera - Jeevan Aur Kavya (Bhag-1)

    Author : Dr. C.L. Prabhat

    Price (INR) : 500

    Publisher : Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur

    Year : 1999

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    Mewar : The World"s Longest Serving Dynasty

    Author : Ian Austin

    Price (INR) : 750

    Publisher : Roli Books Pvt. Ltd.

    Year : 1999

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    Meera - Jeevan Aur Kavya (Bhag-2)

    Author : Dr. C.L. Prabhat

    Publisher : Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur

    Year : 1999

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    Veer Shiromani Maharana Pratap

    Author : Dr.Gauri Shankar Heerachand Ojha

    Price (INR) : 125

    Publisher : Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur

    Year : 1998

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    Banswara Rajya ka ethihas

    Author : Gauri Shankar Heera Chand Ojha

    Publisher : Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur

    Year : 1998

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    Maharana Pratap Mahan Jivan Vruat Aur Krititav

    Author : Dr. Devi Lal Paliwal

    Publisher : Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur

    Year : 1998

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    Maharana

    Author : Thakur Kailashdan Ujjwal

    Price (INR) : 350

    Publisher : Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur

    Year : 1997

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    Maharana Pratap "The Hero of Haldighati

    Author : Kesri Singh

    Price (INR) : 250

    Publisher : Book Treasure, Jodhpur

    Year : 1996

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    The Hero of Haldighati

    Author : Kesari Singh

    Publisher : Book Treasure, Jodhpur

    Year : 1996

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    Kaljayee Mewar

    Author : Pandit.Narendra Mishra

    Price (INR) : 95

    Publisher : Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur

    Year : 1996

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    History of Mewar

    Author : Brain Masters

    Publisher : Rajasthani Granthagar, Jodhpur

    Year : 1990

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    Chandra Shekhar Mahimnna Strott

    Author : Bavji Chatur Singhji

    Price (INR) : 10

    Publisher : Maharana Mewar Historical Publications Trust

    Year : 1990

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    Anubhav Prakash

    Author : Bavji Chatur Singhji

    Price (INR) : 10

    Publisher : Maharana Mewar Historical Publications Trust

    Year : 1980

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    Chatur Vachnamrutt

    Author : Bavji Chatur Singhji

    Price (INR) : 10

    Publisher : Maharana Mewar Historical Publications Trust

    Year : 1980

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    Hardya Rahsiya

    Author : Bavji Chatur Singhji

    Price (INR) : 10

    Publisher : Maharana Mewar Historical Publications Trust

    Year : 1980

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    Shree Mewar Vijay Panchang (V.S. 2065)

    Author : Pundit Chandra Shekhar Sharma

    Year : 2008-09

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    Shree Mewar Vijay Panchang (V.S. 2064)

    Author : Pundit Chandra Shekhar Sharma

    Year : 2007-08

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    Shree Mewar Vijay Panchang (V.S. 2063)

    Author : Pundit Chandra Shekhar Sharma

    Year : 2006-07

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    Shree Mewar Vijay Panchang (V.S. 2062)

    Author : Pundit Chandra Shekhar Sharma

    Year : 2005-06

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    Shree Mewar Vijay Panchang (V.S. 2061)

    Author : Pundit Bhojraj Dwivedi

    Year : 2004-05

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    Shree Mewar Vijay Panchang (V.S. 2060)

    Author : Pundit Bhojraj Dwivedi

    Year : 2003-04

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    Shree Mewar Vijay Panchang (V.S. 2059)

    Author : Pundit Sudhakar Sharma

    Year : 2002-03

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    Celebrating 50 years of a Living Institution

    The book contains story of continuous development at MMCF from Foundation Ceremony of MMCF in 1969; 1st MMFAA held on 28th December 1980; establishments of Maharana Mewar Research Institute and Maharana Mewar Special Library; Eternal Mewar Festivals; Exhibitions; Unveiling Ceremony of the statue of Maharana Pratap at Pratap Prangan, Maharana Pratap Airport, Dabok, Udaipur; Project with Ministry of Culture, Government of India; World Living Heritage Festivals; Restoration of Government Girls' Senior Secondary School building at Jagdish Chowk, Udaipur; Conservation Laboratory and many more.

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    Long Exposure – The Camera at Udaipur, 1857-1957

    Author: Pramod Kumar KG and Mrinalini Venkateswaran with contributions by S. Girikumar and Lauren Power

    Price (INR): 1999

    Year: 2014

    Publisher: Marg Publications, Mumbai

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    Vastu Uddhardhorani

    Author: Dr Shrikrishna Jugnu

    Price (INR): 150

    Year: 2008

    Publisher: Chowkhamba Krishnadas Academy, Varanasi

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    In a World of Gods and Goddesses

    Author: Indra Sharma

    Price (INR): 3000

    Year: 2001

    Publisher: Mandala Publishnig

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    Court Painting In Rajasthan

    Author: Andrew Topsfield

    Price (INR): 1950

    Year: 2000

    Publisher: Marg Publications, Mumbai

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    Udaipur :The Fabled City of Romanace

    Author: Rachna Shankar & Pankaj Rakesh

    Price (INR): 295

    Year: 1997

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    Mewar Ki Chitrakan Prampra

    Author: R.K.Vasist

    Price (INR): 300

    Year: 1984

    Publisher: Unic Traders, Jaipur

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    Celebrating 50 years of a Living Institution

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    Chronicling Mewar: History through the Arts

Conservation Master Plan

  • Overview Volume

    The City Palace Museum Map

    MMCF, the foundation that takes care of The City Palace Museum made an application to the Getty Foundation in Los Angeles for a conservation plan for the site and was awarded a project planning grant of 75000 USD.

    The exhaustive surveys and planning of this unique 400 years old historic monument took about two years.

    Organisations such as the National Museum, New Delhi, UNESCO India, Birla Institute of Technology at Ranchi, TVB School of Habitat Studies (now part of Indraprashta University) at New Delhi and INTACH (Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage) Udaipur Chapter were involved in participatory workshops organised during the plan preparation.

    The plan was prepared by DRONAH (Development and Research Organisation for Nature, Arts and Heritage) and its preparation involved a multidisciplinary team of professionals.

    The overarching mission of the conservation master plan is to continue the tradition of custodianship, enhance cultural significance of the City Palace and integrate sustainability into decision-making at all levels.

    The plan outlines a value based and process oriented approach, which aims to bring forth the indian perspective to the international conservation arena.

     

  • Vision and Policies

    The City Palace Museum Map

    MMCF, the foundation that takes care of The City Palace Museum made an application to the Getty Foundation in Los Angeles for a conservation plan for the site and was awarded a project planning grant of 75000 USD. 

    The exhaustive surveys and planning of this unique 400 years old historic monument took about two years.

    Organisations such as the National Museum, New Delhi, UNESCO India, Birla Institute of Technology at Ranchi, TVB School of Habitat Studies (now part of Indraprashta University) at New Delhi and INTACH (Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage) Udaipur Chapter were involved in participatory workshops organised during the plan preparation.

    The plan was prepared by DRONAH (Development and Research Organisation for Nature, Arts and Heritage) and its preparation involved a multidisciplinary team of professionals.

    The overarching mission of the conservation master plan is to continue the tradition of custodianship, enhance cultural significance of the City Palace and integrate sustainability into decision-making at all levels.

    The plan outlines a value based and process oriented approach, which aims to bring forth the indian perspective to the international conservation arena.

  • Implementation

    The City Palace Museum Map

    MMCF, the foundation that takes care of The City Palace Museum made an application to the Getty Foundation in Los Angeles for a conservation plan for the site and was awarded a project planning grant of 75000 USD. 

    The exhaustive surveys and planning of this unique 400 years old historic monument took about two years.

    Organisations such as the National Museum, New Delhi, UNESCO India, Birla Institute of Technology at Ranchi, TVB School of Habitat Studies (now part of Indraprashta University) at New Delhi and INTACH (Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage) Udaipur Chapter were involved in participatory workshops organised during the plan preparation.

    The plan was prepared by DRONAH (Development and Research Organisation for Nature, Arts and Heritage) and its preparation involved a multidisciplinary team of professionals.

    The overarching mission of the conservation master plan is to continue the tradition of custodianship, enhance cultural significance of the City Palace and integrate sustainability into decision-making at all levels.

    The plan outlines a value based and process oriented approach, which aims to bring forth the indian perspective to the international conservation arena.

Future Plans

Interpretation Plan

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The proposed use of the site is based on the following primary objectives: As per the vision statement of the conservation master plan, the interpretation plan will communicate the tradition of custodianship to all the visitors, engage them in a joyous experience of the City Palace and integrate sustainability into the interpretive programs for various visitor types. The specific vision for interpretation can be aligned with the overall vision statement and can be reinstated as:

Future Plans

User Stratregy

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The proposed use of the site is based on the following primary objectives:

  • The visitors will experience the City Palace as it was historically built and used - a single entity with additive layers from each era showing the architectural and social transformations of each era and its adaptive functioning as individual parts as well as a whole.
  • The museum planning will acknowledge the entire site as a museum with supporting functions. It will have a parallel focus on both the site as an architectural marvel and the collections supported by a robust interpretation plan.
Interpretation Plan
User Stratregy

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    The Mewar Sound and Light Show

    Price (INR): 100

    To buy send your inquiry at museums@eternalmewar.in

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    Drive for ExcellenceSound and Light Show

    Price (INR): 350

    To buy send your inquiry at museums@eternalmewar.in

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    101 Moments Udaipur - a city unforgettable

    Price (INR): 550

    To buy send your inquiry at museums@eternalmewar.in

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    Rana Pratap

    Price (INR): 40

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    Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur(Poet Raghunath Kantha)

    Price (INR): 40

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    Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur – 2 (R.K.)

    Price (INR): 40

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    Shree Ganeshji

    Price (INR): 30

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    Maharana Bhagwat Singhji Mewar

    Price (INR): 40

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    Holi Festival (Nobti ri Aswari)

    Year: 2006

    Price (INR): 40

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