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Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation

Definition of Logo

The ornamented arch of a gateway is a Toran. It is a testimony to the successful completion of an act of Dan i.e. philanthropy performed by the Maharanas of Mewar.

‘Dan’ means donation which is explained in great detail in our ancient scriptures. ‘Dan’ is unconditional. It is given to the deserving and those in need, from legitimately earned wealth, with no regrets and with no intention of achieving fame or expecting favours in return.

The Maharanas of Mewar observed the tradition of ‘Dan’ after a successful completion of a pilgrimage or social welfare activities such as building of temples, public service institutions, environmental and ecological works. A special Toran was built to commemorate each of these events.

The Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation was created by an act of Dan to ‘honour recognition of works of permanent value rendered to society’. Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation epitomizes the commitment to ‘pursuit of excellence’. It serves as a 'temple of inspiration' for future generations and further continues the model of sustainability that is ‘Eternal Mewar’.

A Shiv- ling was placed on top of the Toran to invoke divine blessings.

The lighted lamp in the centre symbolizes removal of darkness.

The English Translation of The Motto.

The glorious chariot of the Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation created by the Suryavanshis shall never come to a halt. Their eminence shall be preserved without interruption by future generations.

The descendents of Lord Rama who inherited their legacy from Lord Shiva is like the ‘Eternal Flame’ which will remain inextinguishable even in the severest tempest.