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List of people from Haryana

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This is a list of notable people from Haryana.

Academics

Arts, entertainment, and films

Actors and models

Comedian

Arts & architecture

Singers & Writers

Journalist

Editorial Cartoonist

Television Journalists

Authors

Business

Military

Politicians

Revolutionaries and freedom fighters

Sports

Boxing

Cricket

Hockey

Kabaddi

Mountaineering

Volleyball

Wrestling

Zaildars during British rule

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