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People called Mohan

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  • A. G. Mohan, Indian yoga teacher, yoga therapist and author
  • Krishna, an avatar of Vishnu in Hindu Mythology
  • Madan Mohan, Indian music director
  • Mohan (actor) (born 1956), Kollywood film actor
  • C. Mohan, computer scientist and IBM Fellow
  • Mohan Agashe, Indian actor
  • Mohan Das, more commonly known as Lotan Baba (or "rolling saint"), an Indian holy man promoting peace by rolling his body along the ground when he travels
  • Mohanlal (Malayalam, born 1960), South Indian film actor
  • Mohan Sharma, Indian film actor in Malayalam films, Chattakari fame
  • Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869–1948), better known as Mahatma Gandhi
  • Manmohan Singh (born 1932), Prime minister of India
  • Mohan Rakesh (1925–1972), major figure of 20th century Hindi literature
  • Ram Mohan Roy (1774–1833), founder of Brahmo Samaj, a 19th-century spiritual and religious reformation
  • Mohan al-Furayji, a general in the Iraqi Army who planned the 2008 Iraqi operation against militias in Basra
  • Mohan Gokhale (died 1999), Indian film, television and theater actor who has worked in art films such as Sparsh, Bhavni Bhavai and Mirch Masala
  • Mohan Lal Sukhadia (1916–1982), political and social leader who served as Chief Minister of Rajasthan for 17 years (1954–1971)
  • Mohan Babu (born 1952), born as Manchu Bakthavatsalam Naidu, is an actor, producer, politician from Andhra Pradesh, India. He has achieved the prestigious national honor Padma Shri in 2007, by the President of India
  • Mohan Munasinghe, Sri Lankan physicist
  • Chinta Mohan (born 1954), member of the 14th Lok Sabha of India representing the Tirupathi constituency of Andhra Pradesh, and a member of the Indian National Congress
  • Earl Mohan (1889–1928), American film actor of the silent era. He appeared in 50 films between 1915 and 1927
  • Satish Mohan, former town supervisor of Amherst, New York
  • Mohan Saliya Ellawala (1948–2009), governor of Sabaragamuwa Province in Sri Lanka from October 2, 2008 up until his death in 2009
  • Rakesh Mohan (born 1948), Indian economist and former Deputy Governor of Reserve Bank of India
  • Mohan Singh (born 1945), Indian politician, currently the General Secretary of the Samajwadi Party
  • Mac Mohan (1938–2010), popularly known as Mac Mohan, a well-known Indian character actor in Hindi language films
  • Saira Mohan (born 1978), fashion model of Indian, Irish and French heritage
  • Chander Mohan, former Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana State in India
  • Mohan Singh Oberoi (1900–2002), widely regarded as the father of 20th century India's hotel business
  • Mohan Singh Kohli (born 1931), internationally renowned Indian mountaineer
  • Pyare Mohan, a Bollywood film released in 2006, a remake of Tamil film Aandipatti Arasampatti
  • Mohan Sivanand (born 1951), Indian journalist and artist
  • Mohan Chand Sharma (1965–2008), Indian Police Inspector who served in the Delhi Police, Special Cell
  • Mohan Sinha Mehta, founder of Vidya Bhavan group of institutions and Sewa Mandir in Udaipur in Rajasthan
  • Narendra Mohan (1934–2002), Indian industrialist, chairman and managing director of the Rs 874-crore Jagran Prakashan publisher for India's largest selling Hindi newspaper Dainik Jagran
  • Mohan Krishna Indraganti, award-winning Telugu film director from India
  • Mohan Sithara, a Malayalam film music composer in Kerala
  • Mohan Bhagwat (born 1950), veterinary doctor and the current Sarsanghachalak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
  • Mohan Jena (born 1957), member of the 14th Lok Sabha of India representing the Jajpur constituency of Orissa, and a member of the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) political party
  • Crazy Mohan (born 1949), popular Tamil comedy actor, script writer and playwright
  • Mohan Meakin Brewery, a large group of companies started with Asia's first brewery, incorporated in 1855
  • Mohan Kumaramangalam (1916–1973), Indian politician and communist theorist who was a member of the Indian National Congress, and later, the Communist Party of India
  • Saranya Mohan (born 1989), Indian film actress who has acted in Malayalam and Tamil films such as Yaaradi Nee Mohini and Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu
  • Dominic Mohan (born 1969), British journalist originally from Bristol, England
  • Radha Mohan (born 1965), Tamil movie director
  • Mohan Lal Grero, Sri Lankan educationist and politician, currently a member of the Provincial Councilor of the Western Province
  • Nicky Mohan (born 1970), English former professional footballer who played in defence
  • Shweta Mohan (born 1986), Indian playback singer who has sung in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada languages, daughter of Sujatha Mohan
  • Mohan Kanda (born 1945), Indian civil servant and a member of the National Disaster Management Authority
  • Chandra Mohan (disambiguation)
  • Sujatha Mohan (born 1964), Indian playback singer who has sung in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi movies
  • Keith Mohan (born 1935), English cricketer who played for Derbyshire in the County Championship in 1957 and 1958
  • Raja Mohan, Indian academic, journalist and foreign policy analyst
  • Mohan Maharishi, Indian theatre director, actor and a playwright
  • Mohan Patel (born 1952), former field hockey player from New Zealand, who was a member of the national team that won the Gold medal at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal
  • Vinu Mohan, Indian actor in Malayalam cinema, son of actress Sobha Mohan
  • Mohan Upreti (1925–1997), Indian theatre director, playwright and a music composer, considered one of the pioneers in Indian theatre music
  • Murali Mohan (born 1940), South Indian film actor, producer and politician
  • Ram Mohan, veteran in the Indian animation industry
  • Mohan Bikram Singh, often referred to as MBS, party name Gharti, a Nepalese politician
  • Mohan Singh Deb (1909–1989), Indian Military officer and member of the Indian Independence Movement
  • Kim Mohan (born 1949), American author and editor
  • Mohan Rawale (born 1948), member of the 14th Lok Sabha of India representing the Mumbai South Central constituency of Maharashtra and a member of the Shiv Sena (SS) political party

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