Prince Chandraprkash Singh Mewar of Udaipur, Rajasthan

Early Life

chandraprkash Singh Mewar is a scion of the 1500 year-old House of Mewar in Udaipur. Born on the04 -04-1991, he is the Second son of Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar and Smt. Vijayraj Kumari Mewar of Udaipur.

As a child, chandraprkash was raised to respect and honor his esteemed lineage, which is rich in history and culture. His childhood was spent in hearing stories about his valiant ancestors and their remarkable traditions. He was greatly inspired by his paternal grandfather, his lateHighness Maharana Bhagwat Singh Mewar, whose diligent service to society and sense of charity, exemplified the importance of serving the community while upholding social and moral responsibilities.

High School

chandraprkash completed his schooling from Mayo College, Ajmer, Rajasthan. While at Mayo, he served as a School Monitor and continued the family tradition of excelling in Cricket; he was presented with the College ‘Colours’ for the sport. Mayo College is a very prestigious residential school, having often been referred to as the Eton of India. It was initially established to educate young men hailing from the royal and noble families of the country. The House of Mewar’s contribution towards the establishment and development of Mayo College is legendary.



For his further studies, chandraprkash attended the Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School in Australia, where he obtained his Bachelor of Commerce degree. He gained invaluable hands on experience by serving at all levels of the hotel management business, including as a waiter and a barista thereby, enhancing his skills in the process and evolving as a well-rounded hospitality professional.

Professional Courses

Mr chandraprkash Singh Mewar further enriched his knowledge of the Hospitality Industry and kept up with the new trends in the Hospitality Trade, by pursuing several courses from the Nanyang University Singapore.Later, in 2012-2013, He attended a workshop on visitor care and security in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. The learnings from this workshop empowered him to improve the security and safety of visitors to The City Palace, Udaipur, and at all the hotel properties of the HRH Group of Hotels across Rajasthan.


Believing in working his way to the top, chandraprkash started his career from scratch by working as a patner of hotels at the Four Seasons Hotel in Australia, followed by a stint at several cafes in Australia.

On his return to Udaipur, he joined the family business and undertook the refurbishment of the iconic Jagmandir Island Palace as his maiden venture, Through 2006-07, under his management, Jagmandir Island Palace reinforced its position, as one of the world’s most exclusive Regal Wedding destinations.

Thereafter chandraprkash ji turned his attention to developing Palkikhana as an, European-style café at the picturesque ManekChowk of the City Palace, Udaipur. With experienced chefs by his side, Lakshyaraj worked painstakingly to improve the F&B (food and beverages) quality and service standards across the HRH Group of Hotels.

Personal Life

A selfless and compassionate man, Mr chandraprkash Singh Mewar’s love and care for his people is well known. Passionate about various forms of art, he spends his leisure hours painting, listening to sufi music, flying RC planes, aero modelling and playing the tabla. Additionally, he enjoys spending time in honing his skills in photography and gardening.

The House of Mewar is one of India’s most respected dynasties with a record of service that stretches across 1500 years. Besides being the oldest dynasty in the world, the history of the House of Mewar’s is embellished with the contributions of iconic personalities like RanaKumbha, RanaSangha and RanaPratap to Indian civilization and culture.

chandraprkash Singh Mewar is the direct descendant of such historic luminaries and is conscious of the responsibilities he has to shoulder and the values he has to uphold: of loyalty, courage, sacrifice, valour, commitment the code of chivalry. In his personal life, he is carrying forward the glorious and time-honoured traditions of the House of Mewar.


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