Nawab Singh Chauhan

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Nawab Singh Chauhan
Member of the 6th Lok Sabha
Personal details
Born(1909-12-16)16 December 1909
Jawan Vajidpur, Aligarh district, Uttar Pradesh
Died4 April 1981(1981-04-04) (aged 71)
Political partyINC
ChildrenRajkumar Singh Chauhan
Surendra Singh Chauhan
Yogendra Singh Chauhan

Nawab Singh Chauhan (16 December 1909[1] – 4 April 1981)[2] was an Indian politician. He was member of the 6th Lok Sabha from the Aligarh constituency.[3][4] He used the pen name "Kanj" as poet.[5]

Early life and education[edit]

Chauhan was born in the village Jawan Vajidpur and lived at Jawan Sikandarpur, Aligarh district. Wife Haripiari Devi to father Thakur Bulwant Singh, and was educated up to intermediate level.[1]

Posts held[edit]

Notable posts Chauhan held include:[1]


The Nawab Singh Chauhan Gramodaya Inter College, in the Qasimpur Power House Colony, Aligarh district, is named after him.



  1. ^ a b c "Members Bioprofile". Retrieved 27 October 2011.
  2. ^ Lok Sabha debates. Lok Sabha Secretariat. 1981. p. 10.
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  4. ^ Brass, Paul R. (1985). Caste, Faction, and Party in Indian Politics: Election studies. Chanakya Publications. p. 182. ISBN 978-81-7001-010-4.
  5. ^ Jain, Dr. Suresh Kumar (2008). Hindi Sahitya Ka Itihas: Naye Vichar Nayee Dristi. Vani Publications. p. 98. ISBN 978-81-8143-855-3.