Princess Diya Kumari integrates her life as a custodian of the immense cultural, artistic and architectural heritage of the erstwhile kingdom of Jaipur, as an elected Member of Parliament and also that of a modern-day businesswoman. She heads numerous business ventures, two schools, two trusts and museums, hotels and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). In 2013, she was elected as a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Rajasthan from the Sawai Madhopur constituency and in 2019, Princess Diya Kumari was elected as a Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha) from Rajasthan’s Rajsamand constituency. In August 2019, she was elected to serve as a member of the government’s National Tiger Conservation Authority. Being an ardent supporter of art and culture, she actively promotes traditional arts, crafts, music, and dance and in 2013, she revived the tradition of the Gunijankhana wherein the Jaipur Royal Family had provided an institutional forum for singers, musicians, and dancers from the 17th century through to 1949. The Princess Diya Kumari Foundation (www.princessdiyakumarifoundation.org), established in 2013, primarily focuses on empowering women and girls through vocational training, education, and livelihood generation.