|Ramrao Madhavrao Deshmukh|
Deshmukh, during his tenure as the High Commissioner for British India in the Union of South Africa.
|Born||25 November 1892
Pimplod, Berar Province, British India
|Died||20 April 1981 (Aged 89)
Amravati, Maharashtra, Republic Of India
|Spouse(s)||Smt. Shashikalabai Kadam|
One Son & four Daughters:
|Education||M.A., L.L.B (Cantab)|
|Alma mater||King Edward's College Amraoti, University of Cambridge|
Ramrao Madhavrao Deshmukh (Marathi: रामराव माधवराव देश्मुख) was a prominent political and academic personality from Amravati, Maharashtra. He was one of the very few Barristers from the region at that time.
He has been a member of and has presided over many important political establishments during and after the British Rule. Some of the important establishments that he has been associated with and his position in those establishments are stated below:
- Central Provinces and Berar Legislative Council, Member. Time Frame: 1920-25, 1927–30 and 1937–41
- Government Of Central Provinces and Berar, Minister. Time Frame: 1927-28, 1929–30 and 1937-38.
- Gwalior State, Minister. Time Frame: 1941-44
- High Commissioner for India in the Union of South Africa. Time Frame: 1945-47
- Rewa State, Prime Minister. Time Frame: 1947-48
- Central Legislative Assembly, Member. Time Frame: 1926-27
- Rajya Sabha, Member. Time Frame: 1952-64
- "Padma Awards" (PDF). Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. 2015. Retrieved July 21, 2015.