Chaudhari Kumbharam Arya

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Chaudhari Kumbharam Arya
Born (1914-05-10)10 May 1914
Khaira-Chhota, Patiala, India
Died 26 October 1995(1995-10-26) (aged 81)
Children Vijyapal Arya, Ajit Arya, Vijay Laxmi Arya
Suchitra Arya, Shalu Arya( daughter in-low)
Parent(s) Jivani (Mother)
Bhairaram (Father)

Chaudhari Kumbharam Arya (10 May 1914 – 26 October 1995) was a freedom fighter, parliamentarian and popular leader of farmers in Rajasthan, India.Shri Kumbha Ram Arya was a member of Seventh Lok Sabha during 1980-84 representing Sikar Parliamentary constituency of Rajasthan. Earlier, he was a member of Rajya Sabha during 1960-64 and 1969-74. He had been a member of Rajasthan Legislative Assembly during 1952-57 and 1964-66 and also served as a Minister in the State Council of Ministers and held various portfolios. An agriculturist by profession, Shri Arya was an active social and political worker. During his long public life, he was actively involved in social, educational and agrarian activities in his home State. A prominent Kisan Leader, he worked hard for creating consciousness among the workers and peasants and authored the book titled Kisan Union Kyon. He was closely associated with various organisations working for establishment of Panchayat Raj and was founder of Rajasthan Panchayat Raj Sangh. Shri Kumbha Ram Arya died on 26 October 1995 at the age of 81 years.ARYA, SHRI KUMBHA RAM (Janata (S)— Rajasthan, Sikar, 1980] s. of Shri Bhaira Ram Chaudhari; b. at Phephana Village Nohar Tahsil, Shri Ganganagar District, June, 1914; Matriculate; m. Smt, Bhudevi Ji; 2 s. and 5 d.; Agriculturist; previously associated with Akhil Bharatiya Deshi Raj Lok Parishad-before independence and thereafter with Indian National Congress; Janata Party; (Rajasthan), 1967; Bharatiya KrantiDal; Bharatiya Lok Dal, Janata Party; presently with Lok Dal (Janata-S); Minister of revenue Bikaner State, 1948; Minister of Health, Police, Minerals and Industry, 1951, Minister of Health and Local Self Government 1954-55 and Minister of Revenue, 1964-67 Government of Rajasthan; Founder, Rajasthan Panchayat Raj Sangh 1957-58; vice President, Akhil Bharatiya Panchayat Parishad, l957-58; Member, (i) Rajasthan Legislative Assembly, 1952-57, 1964-66, (ii) Rajya Sabha, 1960-64 and again, 1969-74.

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