"Jo Dridh Rakhe Dharma Ko, Tahi Rakhe Kartar."- Prince Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar

Weddings | November 26, 2015 | Interview

Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar

In spite of innumerable exotic options of destinations, Jagmandir Island Palace amongst other venues of HRH Hotels remains to be one of the most sought-after venues in the world and possibly 'THE' most sought after venue in India. These palaces still remain almost every bride's dream wedding backdrop.

In this edition of the 'Beyond Experiential Celebrations' series, the humble and extremely witty Prince of Udaipur and Executive Director of HRH Hotels, the very dynamic and charming Maharaj Kumar Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar opens up and give us some rather intruiging and thought provoking responses to our very simple questions! Read on...


A Brand you splurge on?
It's called self-confidence. Makes everything look good,  goes with everything, fits every dress code. Everyone should try it.


Your De-stress ritual?
Sufi music and flying model airplanes.


Spa or Workout?
I don't believe in ors. Only ands.


Your day starts at?
It starts at possibility and, hopefully, ends closer to it.


Family is?
An exploration/God given 


Your favourite holiday spot?
Europe so far and yet to discover.


Movies or TV?
Depends on which movie and what size TV. I'm a fan of Sherlock.


Your favourite restaurant?
Palkikhana. I get to make my own coffee just the way I like it. You just can't get that kind of service anywhere else.


Home is? 
Udaipur. In time and in space, always.


On a regular work day, you wear?
I wish there was such a thing called 'a regular working day'.


You buy your clothes from?
I seldom wear off the rack clothing.


Beaches or Hills?
Simple binaries. Not a fan.


Last book you read?
O. Henry Short Story Collection


Your motto?
Jo Dridh Rakhe Dharma Ko Tahi Rakhe Kartar. 
I don't have to think up a new one because this one has served my family pretty well for more than a millennium.


Also read: Beyond Experiential Celebrations with:

Samit Garg   Puneet Sikand   Rajeev Jain    Badal Jain  Mohomed Morani

Experiential Celebrations is the only magazine in India focussed on the business of weddings and social events.

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