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Vichitra Veena - Artists
... Pt.Shri Krishan Sharma One of the leading Vichitra Veena player and leading Guitar Player of India, Son Disciple of Pandit Gopal Krishan Sharma ... Shri Brahm Sarup Singh son of Late Shri Harnam Singh, the renowned player of vichitra veena, was born in Amritsar (Punjab) on 18th August 1940 ... by his father in music who was the disciple of Ustad Abdul Aziz Khan of patiala.Shri Brahm Sarup Singh has participated in several music conferences ...
Ranjit Naik - Career
... before Kalelkar Commission, in 1953 along with his father, Shri Bhagat Champla Naik and maternal uncle Comrade Shri S.Ghane Naik, to plead before the ... – Lambadi Tribal Conference, in 1953, at Guntur, under the leadership of Late Shri Vennalakanti Raghavaiah and Shri V ... Gopalrao Naik, in which conference Shri B ...
Sudai - Prominent Names From The Village Bishanpur
... Late Shri Jhapat Jha Late Shri Khela Nand Jha Shri Ram Krishna Jha Shri Lakshman Jha Shri Shatrughna JHa Late Shri Pandit Madneshwar Jha Shri Madhukant Jha Shri Madhwendra Kumar Shree Harsh Narayan Jha ...
Premraja
1.5 km east to the native village, Ibrahimpatti, of former Indian Prime Minister Late Shri Chandra Shekhar (Singh) ... Some notable persons are Shri Chandra Bhushan Mishra (Ex-SDM Azamgarh), Late Shri Surendra Bhushan Mishra (Ex-Manager Warehouse Corporation UP), Late Dr ... Ballia TD College and Ex-President BJP, Ballia Chapter), Shri Manish K Mishra (Scientist, BARC, Mumbai) and Late Shri Atal Bihari Mishra (who was mercilessly beaten to death by U.P ...
Salempur, Bihar - Educational Centre
... In addition to this, Salempur also have government middle school named Late Rameshwar Govt Middle School ... This school was donated by a socialist and resident of Salempur Late Shri Rameshwar Prasad.However, the land for the school was jointly donated by Late Shri Rameshwar Prasad and his youngest brother Late ...

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