The First President of the Madhya Pradesh Assembly.

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Itroduction :- Kunjilal Dubey (18 March 1896 – 2 June 1970) was born in Amagaon of Nasirpur district of Madhya Pradesh state of India. Dubey was a worker of Indian freedom struggle and a good politician. He participated in the Satyagraha movement run by Mahatma Gandhi and the Quit India movement during which he had to go to jail twice. Dubey Ji was the first vice chancellor of Durgavati University and Vice Chancellor of Nagpur University. During his tenure, he had established seats for Hindi and Marathi departments. He arranged for translation of 34 Hindu texts of English and 42 Marathi texts, which helped the students to know the subjects of science local langguages. He never compromised with values. Of course his life is inspirational and praiseworthy.

Awards and Honors :- In 1964, the government of india awarded him the civil honor of Padma Bhushan for the services of Dubey ji. In 1965, he received a Doctor of Law degree from Jabalpur University. After this in 1967 Vikam University gave the degree of DLIT. Indian Post honored them with a memorial stamp in 1996. Dubey live in the name of Bhopal a law school name Pandit Kunjilal Dubey National Parliament Vidyapati, school placed. He was honored with the title of LLD in 1965 for service made in the filed of education and knowledge.

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An Olympic football Hat-trick Hero

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Intrduction :- #Neville Stephen J. D'Souza (3 August 1932 – 16 March 1980) was a famous Indian footballer. D’Souza was born in Maharastra state of India. #Nemar, Messi and #Ronaldo have all heard the name, but there was one such great footballer named Neville D’Souza. Who was the first Asian and only Indian player to win a hat-trick in the Olympics. In the two Asian Games of India, D’Souza won gold medal in 1951 and 1962. Between 1950 and 1960, he was the most famous football player.

NOTE :- In the pagaes of history, the name of D’Souza was stopped.A football player who illuminated the name of India on which India should be proud but today his name has forgetten.

                                                          By Subhash Kapriya

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Indian Greatest People

Introduction :- There are many countries in the world in which there is a country in India.Also know by the name of #Hindustan,and also known by the name of India will handle.Many Great Men, Intellectuals, Great Sanyasis, Warriors, Shuraviro have made this great by taking birth on this land of India.Here the people Hindu,Muslim,Sikh,Christion,Parsi and other communities live together.

Great Men of India :- Great landowners like Ram, Krishna, Mahavir, Buddha were born Bharat land.This is a land of heroic warriors, including Maharana Pratap, Chhatrapati Shivaji, Bhagat Singh, Subhash Chandra Bose, Mahatma Gandhi,Chacha Nehru, Lala Lajpat Rai, Lal Bahadur Shastri and not many warriors who have kept thair lives at stake, Freed and protected from it.India is also famous for its liteature, because many landlords like #Tulsi, Kabir, Ravindra Nath Tagore, Premchand and many non-literate and poets have taken birth and contributed to the elevation of greatness.In India there are many Raja-Maharaja, Politician,Choreographer, Wrestler, Musician, Scientist, Scholar and wise whose beliefs make India great.All of them had their own identity.They were all fully skilled in their field.

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Jai Narayan Vyas


Jai Narayan Vyas (18 february 1899 – 14 march 1963) was India’s leading freedon fighter,the third Chief Minister of Rajasthan and the famous politician of the Indian National Congress.

Life Introduction :- #Vyas ji was born on 18 february 1899 in Jodhpur district of Rajasthan.At this time  the country was tied in slavery vessels.#Jai Narayan Vyas was one of the prominent freedom fighters of Rajasthan.He fought many battles for the freedom struggle and participated in many movements, which led to him being imprisoned many times.First of all, the first person to raise his voice against the #Samtashasti and emphasizing the establishment of responsible government with the end of the feudal system.His wife name was Mrs. Gourja Devi Vyas and he has four children, who have a son and three daughters.Jai Narayan Vyas died in Delhi on March 14,1963.In his honor, #Jai Narayan Vyas University is still operating in Jodhpur.

Political Career :-  #Jai Narayan ji was made the prime minister of Jodhpur in 1948.He was the #Chief Minister of Rajasthan from 1951 to 1954.He was also the President of the ‘Provincial Congress Committee’ from 1956 to 1957.

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Jatinder Charan Guho

Great Indian Wrestler

          (13 March 1892 – 2 January 1972) Guho was a world famous wrestler.He was born in Kolkata,West Bangal.Guho was the first Asian to win the world #Light Heavyweight #Champion. Guho started a professional career in wrestling in 1910 and retired from wrestling in 1944.Wrestling style of Guho gives #Indian wrestling new hight.He was popular with his ring name #Gober Guho. Continue reading “Jatinder Charan Guho”

Yashwantrao Balwantrao Chavan

Yashwantrao Balwantrao Chavan :-

Yaswantrao Chavan

(12 March 1913 – 25 November 1984) #Chavan was the first Chief Minister of Maharashtra State after the partition of Mumbai and fifth Prime Minister of India. In 1946, became the legislator from South Satara constituency. In the same year he was appointed as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Home Minister of the Maharashtra State.In his political career, he took charge of several ministers.#Yashwant Rao was appointed Defense Minister in 1962,on 14 November 1966 as the Home Minister,on 26 June 1970 as the Finance Minister and on 11 October 1974 as the Foreign Minister of India.

India’s first female teacher

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Introduction :- Savitribai Fhule (3 January 1831 – 10 March 1897) Hindustan’s first lady teacher and social reformer. Savitribai was a Maahanayik for the women of India. She did other socialist work for the upliftment of society. Fhule fought against many prejudices. Out of which widow marriage,Untouchability,freedom of women,uniting the society divided on the basis of sex and caste,was the main task.



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