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MBS Public School

Randhir Singh realized that there is a lack of a good English medium school in Bhindar. There were a number of schools in the vicinity but unfortunately they had Hindi as the medium of instruction. This was a disadvantage for the students when they went to college, since the medium there was English. To bring the students of the area at par with English speaking students Randhir Singh opened the Maharaj Bhairav Singh Public School in July 1995. He donated a vast portion of the Rajmahal Bhindar for this purpose. The school which started with 51 students today has 300 students upto Xth standard. When the school started Randhir Singh and his wife Deependra Kunwar themselves took classes. Today it has 17 teachers who with their singular dedication have managed to obtain 100% results in the board Exams. Very soon the school will have XIIth standard. Eventually, the aim is to gain affiliation with the Central Board of Secondary Education, thus benefitting and becoming the first CBSE affiliated school in the region.

Rajmahal Bhindar…

A Heritage Hotel
Randhir Singh realized that the promotion of tourism in the area would benefit the economy of the region. Since Udaipur, which is only 60 km from Bhindar, was already a world famous tourist city, he realized that if somehow he could extend this potential to the rural  areas, it would in turn benefit the entire region. To this end he started renovating the historic Bhindar Rajmahal (Palace) into a heritage hotel. Part of this complex was already being utilized for the school. The rest of the Palace was thus converted into a heritage hotel in 1995. Slowly and surely, with the inflow of tour groups, foreign as well as Indian, the economy of the area has taken an upward flight. The skilled goldsmiths and handicraft workers started benefitting from the sale of their skilled craft. The Hotel has in the last 16 years given rise to an ancillary industry thus generating employment directly and indirectly and also increasing the income levels of the locals.