Bhanwar Singh Dangawas

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Bhanwar Singh Dangawas

Bhanwar Singh Dangawas (Kamedia) (भंवरसिंह डांगावास) (born 7 June 1929) is a member of the 14th Lok Sabha of India. He represents the Nagaur constituency of Rajasthan and is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Personal details

  • Born-7 June 1929
    Nagaur, Rajasthan.
  • Father - Shri Ganeshram Kamedia.
  • Spouse(s)-Sugni Devi.
  • Children-4 sons.
  • Political party-BJP.
  • Residence-Nagaur.

Contribution towards Woman Literacy

Bhanwar Singh Dangawas, former M.P. Nagaur is a Person with high ideas and philanthropic personality. He is a staunch believer in the philosophy of VASUDHAIV KUTUMBKAM. Veer Teja Mahila Shikshan Evam Shodh Sansthan, Marwar Mundwa was established by the Bhagirath & Herculean efforts of Sh. Dangawas to impart quality and value based education to rural girls irrespective of caste, creed and religion. To undertake this mammoth uphill mission, Shri Bhanwar Singh Dangawas, Former Minister of State for Home (during B.J.P. Regime till 1998) Rajasthan, took a historic step in the field of girls education.

He is still taking all the pains at the age of 85 years with dedication and devotion to under take the project ‘Veer Teja Mahila Shikshan Evam Shodh Sansthan, Marwar Mundwa’. The proposed deemed University, which he has started in the year 1998 on Vijayadasami day and the foundation stone was laid by Shri Om Prakash Chotala, then the Chief Minister of Haryana State and son of late Choudhary Devi Lal ji, Former Deputy Prime Minister, Govt. of India. Late Shri Bhairon Singh Shekhawat the Chief Minister of Rajasthan also graced the auspicious occasion.


Mr. Bhanwar Singh Dangawas has a very highly versatile personality. He retired in the year 1984 as an Additional Supdt. of Police. He earned many awards such as President Police Medal for Gallantry in the year 1967, President Police Medal for Meritorious and Distinguished Services in the year 1979. Besides above decorations, he also got the Samar Seva Medal, Sangram Seva Medal owing to active participation in 1965 and 1971 Indo-Pak war while serving the 15 Battalion BSF on the western front.

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