Tan Singh

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Tan Singh
Member of Parliament
In office
1977 - 1980
Preceded by Raghunath Singh Bahadur
Succeeded by Amrit Nahata
In office
1962 - 1967
Preceded by Amrit Nahata
Succeeded by Virdhi Chand Jain
Personal details
Born (1924-01-25)25 January 1924
Barmer, Rajasthan
Nationality Indian
Political party Janata Party

Tan Singh (born 25 January 1924) was an Indian politician and a member of the Lok Sabha twice.[1] He founded Shri Kshatriya Yuvak Sangh, a radical organisation for young Rajputs. He remained a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Rajasthan state as well, before entering the Indian Parliament.

It was 1944 diwali night. Entire Pilani town was dancing in the lights of the festival. An ordinary Rajput youngster sitting all alone in his room of local Rajput hostel was thinking very deeply about something. He was thinking 'what will happen to my nation'.....?.....will my society make any change.....?.....where should I get the lamp from, which will enlighten my society ?.....who will become that lamp.....?.....what shall I do with my life.....?This agony of that youngster gave birth to his determination Shri Kshatriya Yuvak Sangh. That youngster was none other than the founder of Shri Kshatriya Yuvak Sangh Poojya Tan Singh Ji.


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