List of people from Haryana

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Haryanvis
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Total population
25,353,081[1]
Regions with significant populations

Primary populations in:

Haryana
Languages
Haryanvi
Religion
predominantly Hinduism, Minorities of Islam, Buddhism & Jainism
Related ethnic groups
Indo-Aryans and Indo-Scythians

This is a list of notable people from Haryana, also referred as Haryanvi.

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Academics[edit]


Arts, entertainment, and films[edit]

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Business[edit]

  • Cheti Lal Verma (1921-2000) was an industrialist from Haryana, India, owner of Continental Construction Ltd.
  • Naveen Jindal, industrialist son of O.P. Jindal, Member of Parliament, hailing from Hissar
  • Om Prakash O.P. Jindal, Former Member of Parliament, Haryana Power Minister, Founder — Jindal Group of Companies, hailing from Hissar
  • Sajjan Jindal, industrialist son of O.P. Jindal, hailing from Hisar, India.
  • Sameer Gehlaut one of India’s youngest self made billionaire at just 34 years of age
  • Subhash Chandra, Founder Zee TV, Chairman ESSEL Group.

Military[edit]

Politicians[edit]

Revolutionaries and freedom fighters[edit]

Sports[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Badminton[edit]

Boxing[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Hockey[edit]

Judo[edit]

Kabaddi[edit]

Mountaineering[edit]

Volleyball[edit]

Wrestling[edit]

Zaildars during British rule[edit]

References[edit]

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