• Entrepreneur Diya Kumari of Jaipur
    An Entrepreneur
    Multitasker
    In addition to overseeing the daily functioning of the Trusts, Palace and several Hotels, she manages The Palace School and Maharaja Sawai Bhawani Singh School.
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  • Princess of Royal Family Jaipur
    Princess of
    Royal Family Jaipur
    Born on 30th January 1971, is the daughter of Maharaja Sawai Bhawani Singh Ji and Her Highness Maharani Padmini Devi of Jaipur.
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  • A Politician
    A Politician
    Loved by People
    She is a former member of Rajasthan Legislative Assembly from Sawai Madhopur constituency and a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party.
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  • Education & Women Empowerment Enthusiast
    Brand Ambassador for
    Save The Children
    She is Education & Women Empowerment Enthusiast, dedicated to fight against female foeticide, sexual abuse, dowry deaths & domestic violence.
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Diya Kumari Jaipur
Princess of
Royal Family Jaipur
Born on 30th January 1971, is the daughter of Maharaja Sawai Bhawani Singh Ji and Her Highness Maharani Padmini Devi of Jaipur.
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Princess of Jaipur

Princess Diya Kumari, born into the illustrious royal family of Jaipur, is today a hard-working businesswoman and manager, besides being a devoted mother and generous hostess. In her leading role in the City Palace, she bears with skill and determination, responsibilities that are not the traditional lot for a princess. She has been described by the journalist Nona Walia as 'a CEO or businesswoman and a hands-on princess who has great energy to get things done'.

She was born on 30th January, the only child of H.H. Maharaja Sawai Bhawani Singh and H.H. Maharani Padmini Devi of Jaipur. In the year of her birth, her father, then a Lt-Col in the Indian army and the commanding officer of 10 Para Commando, served with distinction in the Indo-Pakistan war that led to the formation of Bangladesh. But shortly after that her father suspended his army career to concentrate on the administration of the City Palace and its museum and to promote tourism in Jaipur. So the young Princess Diya grew up seeing how a once opulent palace, a royal abode, could become efficiently managed and given new purposes with the general public in mind. That was the role that she was to inherit in the future. She studied at the Modern School, New Delhi, and at Maharani Gayatri Devi School for Girls in Jaipur, and later did a decorative arts course in London.

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