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List of people from Haryana

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This is a list of notable people from Haryana.

Academics

Authors

Arts, entertainment, and films

Actors and models

Comedian

Arts and architecture

Singers and writers

Poet

Journalist

Shekhar Gurera, Editorial Cartoonist

Editorial cartoonist

Television Journalists

Business

Ramdev, Patanjali Ayurved

Rulers

Military

Politicians

Revolutionaries and freedom fighters

Sports

Kapil Dev, Cricketer
Sakshi Malik, Wrestler

Badminton

Boxing

Cricket

Hockey

Kabaddi

Mountaineering

Volleyball

Wrestling

Shooting

Zaildars during British rule

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