With a strong, unwavering desire to do something for children, help people take charge of their health and take care of the longest-serving, unbroken custodianship of the world – Padmaja Kumari Parmar, the daughter of the current custodian of the House of Mewar, started with the idea of Friends of Mewar.
Founded for those who cannot and should not be left helpless, Friends of Mewar is slowly taking the shape of a philanthropic community of friends who are passionate about bringing a change and transforming the world.
It breaks our heart to know that less than half of India’s children are deprived of education and 1 in every 4 people run a risk of premature death by non-communicable diseases that can be prevented. We can’t just sit and not do anything but let it all happen. MMCF, the charitable hand of the House of Mewar & one of our supporter friends, has largely contributed to the cause by transforming lives with quality education, sufficient healthcare, & safeguarding our cultural heritage.
If there is one thing to learn from this 1300-year old relationship between people, family, and the House of Mewar, then it is thoughtfulness. The stories of the custodians of Mewar and their unaffected will to stand by its people still inspire our team and keep us going.
Bringing a change is not as difficult as it seems. Yes, the problems we are facing our massive but we believe that if we come together as a community that collectively and honestly work towards a better world, we will start living in one. Friends of Mewar is for all those who see the world as one and look at life as an opportunity to bring a smile, help people, and live to inspire.