Built in the reign of Maharana Jagat Singh I (r. 1628 - 1652 CE), Torans have high historic and symbolic significance as they represent the generous donations made by the rulers of Mewar. The Architectural style is reflective of the political ideology of resistance to Mughal influence by the patron. Torans mark the ceremonial weighing or tula daan of the rulers with Gold, Silver, Grain or Jaggery on important events like visit to pilgrimage, birthday celebrations etc and thereafter for distribution to the poor and to the Brahmins after which the remainder was used to construct or maintain temples and reservoirs throughout the state.
Guide Induction Training Programme

Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation conducted training programme for the newly licensed guides at The City Palace Museum, Udaipur on 21st January 2020.
Exhibition: Udaipur Seen and Unseen

Udaipur Seen and Unseen, an exhibition of water colour paintings by artist Dr. Hiroshi Shimazaki from Canada was on display at Shilp Sabha, Manek Chowk, The City Palace, Udaipur from 12th January - 22nd January 2020.
3rd Guinness World Record to Mr. Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar - 'Go Green' initiative

Mr. Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar, Trustee, MMCF earned him the third Guinness World Record in just under 10 months in a unique 'Go Green' initiative called 'Vriksh Hi Jeevan Abhiyaan'. During the 'Go Green' campaign, thousands of school students, Indian Army personnel and citizens from all walks of life participated and planted 4035 saplings varies from Amaltaj; Srahdana; Gulmohar; Kesiya Shayma in less than 60 seconds.