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Last I met Sir when Bala asked me to come to Lilavati Hospital 1103 and he called me close to him as he could barely talk and asked Mr Akshay Kumar to see that he too patronizes me.. and I burst into tears I was reprimanded by Dimpleji but poets have nothing but tears and so my claypot of a heart burst and now it is overflowing today I shall miss him and so will both my grand daughters Marziya Shakir 4 year old and Nerjis Asif Shakir 1 year old.

We will miss Ashirwad .. we will miss his Blessings..

May His Soul Rest In Peace.

Goodbye Sir...

 

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Rajesh Khanna pronunciation (help·info); (born Jatin Khanna) ( 29 December 1942 - 18 July 2012) is an Indian actor of Hindi films,[1] who has also been a film producer and a politician.

  

He appeared in 163 feature films of which 128 as the lead protagonist including 106 as the solo lead hero films and 22 two hero projects and did 17 short films.[2] He won three Filmfare Best Actor Awards and was nominated for the same fourteen times. He received the maximum BFJA Awards for Best Actor (Hindi) – four times[3] and nominated 25 times. He was awarded the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2005. Khanna is referred to as the "First Superstar" of Hindi cinema.[4][5][6][7] He made his debut in 1966 with Aakhri Khat and rose to prominence with his performances in films like Raaz, Baharon Ke Sapne, Ittefaq and Aradhana'

 

Early life

 

Khanna was born in Amritsar on 29 December 1942. He was adopted and raised by foster parents who were relatives of his biological parents. Khanna lived in Thakurdwar near Girgaon. Khanna attended St. Sebastian’s Goan High School in Girgaum, along with his friend Ravi Kapoor, who later took the stage name Jeetendra. Their mothers were friends.[8] Khanna gradually started taking interest in theatre and did a lot of stage and theater plays in his school[9] and college days and won many prizes in the inter college drama competitions.[10] Khanna became a rare newcomer who struggled in his own MG sports car to get work in theatre and films in the early sixties.[11] Both friends later studied in Kishinchand Chellaram College(KC).[12] When Jeetendra went for his first film audition, it was Khanna who tutored him. Khanna's uncle changed Khanna's first name to Rajesh when Khanna decided to join films. His friends and his wife call him Kaka.[13]

[edit]Adult life

 

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Khanna fell in love with the then fashion designer and actress Anju Mahendru.[14] They were in the relationship for seven years. Mahendru states that the couple did not speak to each other for 17 years after the breakup.[15] Later Khanna married Dimple Kapadia in March 1973, six months before Dimple's debut film Bobby released[16] and has two daughters from the marriage.[17] Khanna and Dimple Kapadia separated in 1984 as his schedule kept him away much of the time and Dimple became interested in pursuing an acting career,[18] and thereafter lived separately, but did not complete the divorce proceedings.[19] In the eighties Tina Munim was romantically involved with Khanna till the time she decided to leave the industry to pursue her higher studies.[20] Years of separation brought about mutual understanding between Rajesh Khanna and Dimple Kapadia.[15] Reporter Dinesh Raheja stated that “the bitterness between Rajesh and Dimple washed away", noting that they are seen together at parties and that Dimple campaigned for Khanna's election and also worked in his film Jai Shiv Shankar.[21] Their elder daughter Twinkle Khanna, an interior decorator and a former film actress, is married to actor Akshay Kumar[22] while their younger daughter Rinke Khanna, also a former Hindi film actress,[23] is married to a London-based investment banker Samir Saran.[24]

[edit]Early career (1966–1975)

 

Rajesh Khanna was one of eight finalists in the 1965 All India Talent Contest organised by United Producers and Filmfare from more than ten thousand contestants.[25] Subsequently Khanna won the contest.[26] He made his film debut in the 1966 film Aakhri Khat directed by Chetan Anand, followed by Raaz directed by Ravindra Dave both of which were a part of his predetermined prize for winning the All-India United Producers’ Talent Competition.[27] G.P. Sippy and Nasir Hussain were the first to sign Rajesh Khanna after he won the contest.[28] Aakhri Khat was India’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 40th Oscar Academy Awards in 1967.[29] Khanna in an interview to Hindu newspaper said,"Though “Aakhri Khat” is my first film, I received my first break as a leading actor in Ravindra Dave's, “Raaz” in 1967. My heroine was Babita, already a popular actress then. Though I had lots of confidence, I was shy in facing the camera initially. In my first three shots, I had to perform with stress on my body language and dialogue delivery. Though I was right with my dialogues, my movements were not up to the mark. Ravindra Dave explained me my scenes and movements very clearly correcting my way of walking".[30] Being under contract with United Producers, he got projects like Aurat, Doli and Ittefaq.[31] He was then noticed for his performances in films like Baharon Ke Sapne, Aurat (1967), Doli, Aradhana and Ittefaq. Later Waheeda Rehman suggested Asit Sen to take Khanna for the lead role in Khamoshi.[32] Through Aradhana he rose to "instant national fame" and film critics referred to him as the first superstar of India.[33][34] In that film, Rajesh Khanna was cast in a double role (father and son) opposite Sharmila Tagore and Farida Jalal. The film also saw the resurgence of Kishore Kumar, who eventually became the official playback voice of Rajesh Khanna. The Kishore Kumar-Rajesh Khanna combination worked miracles and it was almost impossible to see them as separate identities. They became a singer-actor duo and together they gave many songs till 1991.[35] Then in year 1971, Haathi Mere Saathi became the biggest hit and also became the biggest grosser ever till then. Khanna is also credited with giving Salim Khan and Javed Akhtar their first chance to become screenplay writers by offering them work in Haathi Mere Saathi.[36] Javed Akhthar accepted in an interview "One day, he went to Salimsaab and said that Mr. Devar had given him a huge signing amount with which he could complete the payment for his bungalow Aashirwad. But the film's script was far from being satisfactory. He told us that if we could set right the script, he would make sure we got both money and credit."[37]

Rajesh acted alongside Mumtaz in eight successful films.[38] They were neighbours and got along very well, and as a result they shared a great on-screen chemistry. After Khanna married, Mumtaz decided to marry millionaire Mayur Madhwani in 1974. At the time, she was doing three films Aap ki Kasam, Roti and Prem Kahani with Khanna. She decided to quit movies only after completing these films. When she left films Khanna felt very lost. In one of her interviews, Mumtaz was quoted saying "I would pull his leg and tease him about his fan following. Whenever Rajesh entered a hotel in Madras, there was a queue of 600 girls waiting to see him at midnight. As a result, even I would get some importance, as people would ask for my autograph as well. He was very generous with his associates, and would party a lot."

During the peak of his career he would be mobbed during public appearances. Fans kissed his car, which would be covered with lipstick marks, and lined the road, cheering and chanting his name. Female fans sent him letters written in their blood.[39] There used to be a line of cars of his producers and hysterical fans outside his bungalow every day. Actor Mehmood parodied him in Bombay to Goa where the driver and conductor of the bus were called 'Rajesh' and 'Khanna'. Even today, he remains the favourite of mimicry artists, who copy his trademark style and dialogue delivery. During the filming of Amar Prem there was a scene that needed to be filmed at Howrah Bridge with a boat carrying Khanna with Sharmila moving under the bridge. The authorities ruled this scene out as they realized that if the public found out that the hero of the film would be there, it may create problems on the bridge itself, and that it might collapse due to the amount of people trying to get a glimpse of their favourite actor.[40] Film critic Monojit Lahiri remembers “Girls married themselves to photographs of Rajesh Khanna, cutting their fingers and applying the blood as sindoor. Rajesh was God, there has never been such hysteria.”[41]

Several songs sung by Kishore Kumar in the 1970s were based on Rajesh Khanna. During the filming of the song 'Mere Sapnon Ki Rani' in Aradhana, Sharmila Tagore was shooting for a Satyajit Ray film and director Shakti Samanta had to shoot their scenes separately and then join the scenes together.In the seventies, his chemistry with Sharmila Tagore, Mumtaz, Asha Parekh, Zeenat Aman and Hema Malini were also popular with audiences.[42]

The BBC made a film on him, titled Bombay Superstar, in 1974, the shooting for which began the same time when he got married and his film Daag premiered.[43] In the video it can be noticed that Khanna was shooting for Aap Ki Kasam. A textbook prescribed by the Bombay University contained an essay, 'The Charisma of Rajesh Khanna!'.[44]

Sharmila Tagore said in interview to Indian Express, “Women came out in droves to see Kaka (Khanna). They would stand in queues outside the studios to catch a glimpse, they would marry his photographs, they would pull at his clothes. Delhi girls were crazier for him than Mumbai girls. He needed police protection when he was in public. I have never seen anything like this before and since.”[45]

Music remained one of the biggest attractions of all Rajesh Khanna films throughout his career. Many of the musical scores for Khanna's films were composed by Sachin Dev Burman, R.D. Burman and Laxmikant-Pyarelal. The trio of Rajesh Khanna, Kishore Kumar and R.D. Burman went on to make a number of popular films, including Kati Patang, Amar Prem, Shehzada, Apna Desh, Mere Jeevan Saathi, Aap Ki Kasam, Ajnabee, Namak Haraam, Maha Chor, Karm, Phir Wohi Raat, Aanchal, Kudrat, Ashanti, Agar Tum Na Hote, Awaaz, Hum Dono and Alag Alag.

Rajesh Khanna had 15 consecutive solo superhits between 1969 to 1971, which is still an unbroken record in Indian film history.[46] In calculation of the 15 films, 2 hero films like Maryada,Andaz and films with box office result as hits were excluded -Mere Jeevan Saathi, Choti Bahu and Shehzada.

Khanna considered Guru Dutt, Meena Kumari and Geeta Bali as his idols.Khanna dislosed in an interview," My inspirations include, Dilip Kumar's dedication and intensity, Raj Kapoor's spontaneity, Dev Anand's style and Shammi Kapoor's rhythm."[30]

[edit]1976–1978

 

Between 1976 and 1978, Khanna acted in 4 box office hits and in nine films that were not commercially successful. Seven of the unsuccessful films were critically acclaimed and have achieved strong cult status over the years among the viewers and these films included Mehbooba,[47] Bundal Baaz, Tyaag, Palkon Ki Chhaon Mein, Naukri, Chakravyuha and Janata Havaldar which were directed by Shakti Samanta, Shammi Kapoor, Din Dayal Sharma, Meeraj, Hrishikesh Mukherjee, Basu Chatterjee and Mehmood Ali, respectively. Khanna persuaded Samanta to cast his sister-in-law Simple Kapadia opposite him in Anurodh.[48] Films starring Rajesh Khanna and directed by Shakti Samanta tended to be commercially successful, but Mehbooba was an exception.[49][50] The change from romantic and social movies to action oriented multi-starrers caused the decline of Khanna's career in terms of box office ratings to some extent. The declaration of emergency in India had angered the masses and this helped films having the lead character revolting against corruption becoming successes. Actor Joy Mukherjee made Chhailla Babu, a suspense thriller in 1977, which became the only successful film of his as a director[51] and the unexpected success of the Chhailla Babu gave a boost to the career of Khanna.[52] However, Khanna continued basically in solo hero social sober household meaningful films during this era and played a variety of characters in films of various genres. During this phase too he had box office hits like Maha Chor,[53] Chhailla Babu,[54] Anurodh and Karm.

[edit]1979–1991

 

After 1978, Khanna starred in critically acclaimed commercially successful films[55][56] such as Amardeep, Phir Wohi Raat, Bandish,[57] Thodisi Bewafaii, Dard, Kudrat, Dhanwan, Ashanti (1982 film), Avtaar, Agar Tum Na Hote, Souten, Jaanwar, Asha Jyoti, Awaaz,[58] Naya Kadam,[59] Hum Dono, Babu, Aaj Ka M.L.A. Ram Avtar,[60] Shatru,[61] Insaaf Main Karoonga, Anokha Rishta, Nazrana, Angaarey, Adhikar (1986),Amrit, Awam (film) (from 1979–1991). Director Bharathiraja decided to remake his 1978 Tamil box office hit film "Sigappu Rojakkal" in Hindi with Khanna playing the role of a psychopath.[62] Kamal Haasan who played the same role in Tamil won South Filmfare Best Actor Award for his portrayal.[63] But the Hindi movie was seen as controversial by traditional and orthodox Hindi moviegoers and was not a commercial success, although Khanna's performance has been rated later higher by critics than the original.[64]

Tina Munim and Rajesh Khanna became the leading on and off screen couple of the 80’s with hits like Fiffty Fiffty, Suraag, Souten, Aakhir Kyun, Bewafai, Insaaf Main Karoonga and Adhikar(1986).[65] Ram Awatar Agnihotri wrote that Tina Munim showed the first sparks of the dedicated actress she would become in the films "Alag Alag" and "Adhikar", both with Khanna.[66] His on screen pair with Shabana Azmi, Smita Patil,Padmini Kolhapuri and Poonam Dhillon was also popular in the eighties[67]He also acted in the Marathi hit film "Sundara Satarkar" in 1981.[68] He has performed in the least number of multi-starrer films in comparison to his contemporaries and portrayed the central character in the few multistarrers he acted. Khanna delivered multi-starrer superhits like Rajput, Dharm Aur Qanoon,[69] Paapi Pet Ka Sawaal Hai, Zamana (1985), Dil-E-Nadan and Ghar Ka Chiraag. He did three potboiler movies with Jeetendra, which were blockbusters-Dharam Kanta,[70] Nishaan and Maqsad.[71] In the year 1984, his film Maqsad became the 2nd highest box office superhit film earning 8.5 crores.[72]Aaj Ka M.L.A. Ram Avtar is one of the memorable political films of Rajesh Khanna. Khanna played the character of a corrupt politician in this film. Viewers praised his role in the film.[73] The year 1985 saw him turn a producer with Alag Alag. Eleven films, with Khanna in the lead, released in 1985 and eight of these became hits and in addition had two films with him in special appearance.[74] Before joining politics one of his last films as the lead hero was Swarg released in 1990. David Dhawan regards Swarg as his most favorite directorial venture and said in an interview " Swarg did well. Though a serious film, people even today talk about it as it struck a chord. I was working with Rajesh Khanna for the first time. I shared a good rapport with him. He never threw tantrums on the sets."[75]

He experimented with films of different genres like tragedy in Babu as a rickshaw puller, thriller in Redrose as a psycopath, political adventure in Awam, negative roles in Dhanwan and Redrose, fantasy in Bundalbaaz and Jaanwar, crime in Phir Wohi Raat and Angarey, suspense in Chakravyuha and Iteefaq, comedy in Hum Dono and Masterji, action in Ashanti, family dramas like Aanchal and Amrit and Agar Tum Na Hote, variety of social films like Avtaar, Naya Kadam, Akhir Kyun and with different themes like reincarnation theme in Kudrat, patriotism in Prem Kahani, immature young love theme handled in different ways in films like Anokha Rishta, Nazrana and Dil E Nadan and did college romance in Bandish. He has played variety of characters as the lead hero – as a postman in Palkon Ki Chaon Mein, as a lawyer who proves that his senior has committed a rape 25 years earlier in Kudrat, as a politician in Aaj Ka MLA Ram Avtaar, as a young musician forced by fate to marry two women in Asha Jyoti, as professional advocate in Awaaz, fisherman in Prem Bandhan, a revolutionary patriot who is torn apart by love and policeman like in Prem Kahanai, as a righteous farmer in Bandhan etc.

He shared a close relationship with R.D. Burman[76] and Kishore Kumar. The trio were friends and have worked together in thirty two films.[77] Work of Pancham with Khanna is regarded as legendary and far superior than any other actor-music director combinations.[78] The king of playback singing Kishore Kumar had even credited Rajesh Khanna for his resurgence, so much so that he sang for Alag Alag, the first film produced by Rajesh Khanna without charging anything.[79][80] In 1985 Pancham found himself being sidelined after failure of few films but Rajesh Khanna was among the few who continued to stand by him.[81] Rajesh and Pancham worked together even after the death of Kishore in the films Jai Shiv Shankar, the unreleased film Police Ke Peechhe Police (both produced by Khanna ) and Sautela Bhai. Khanna even helped Leena Gangully and Amit Kumar in completing Mamta Ki Chhaon Mein, the last film directed by Kishore who died before the completion of the film.

Pyarelal quoted in an interview that “Rajesh Khanna was lucky for us and we were lucky for him too. From the 1969 Do Raaste to the 1986 Amrit, we gave hits together both as films and as music scores.... When we went on our first overseas concert tour in 1984, he came and danced to three songs. He was very particular about his music and would take a tape home if he could not assess a song. He would then give his feedback after a day or two. But if he liked a song at the sitting, he would loudly shout “Wah! Wah!” in appreciation…. It was God’s blessing that we came up with such a vast range of hit songs for him, including in his home productions Roti and films like Chhailla Babu, Chakravyuha, Fiffty Fiffty, Amar Deep and Bewafai. Incidentally, he had a stake in Mehboob Ki Mehndi too.[38] He had great interest in music and a terrific sense of melody too. His music is dominated by Pancham (R.D. Burman) and us and we accepted Shakti Samanta’s Anurodh only because Rajesh Khanna had some misunderstanding with Pancham then and did not want to work with him."[38] Khanna would always request music directors to fit in Kishore Kumar wherever possible. In fact, Kishoreda was very reluctant to sing "Waada Tera Waada" in Dushman and suggested Laxmikant Pyarelal to get it sung by Rafi. Then Laxmikant made Kishoreda meet Rajesh Khanna and Khanna winked at Laxmikant and told Kishoreda that in that case the song should be scrapped. On hearing this Kishore immediately agreed to sing it by himself for Khanna.[38]

Actors who were part of the cast of most of his films include Ashok Kumar, Sujit Kumar, Prem Chopra, Madan Puri, Asrani, Bindu, Vijay Arora, Roopesh Kumar, Dina Pathak and A. K. Hangal, who remained part of his " working team" since the start until the late eighties. The lyricist whom he preferred for his movies was Anand Bakshi. Films by Shakti Samanta with Khanna in the lead, music by Pancham and lyrics by Anand Bakshi had people swooning over. The films Samanta directed without Khanna in the eighties were duds.[82][83] His other close friends from the film industry include Raj Babbar, J. Om Prakash and Jeetendra.

Celebrities of the post-2000 era, like Madhur Bhandarkar, say that they take at least three or four turns in Carter Road even today only to see Khanna.[84] The younger generation stars like Imran Khan still regard Rajesh Khanna as someone who would take the top slot as the most romantic hero of all time.[85] Shahrukh Khan idolises Rajesh Khanna and has opined,"Rajesh Khanna you can’t touch".[86] Actor Tom Alter confessed “I still dream of being Rajesh Khanna. For me, in the early 1970s, he was the only hero – romantic to the core, not larger than life, so Indian and real – he was my hero; the reason I came into films and he still is.”[87] Actor Irrfan Khan accepted in an interview, "The kind of craze witnessed by Rajesh Khanna has not been duplicated by anyone. He was the biggest and the most real star Bollywood has produced. I'd say stardom is that feeling of being possessed by your idol; you are so overwhelmed with euphoria you lose touch with reality."[88] Rajesh Khanna was the last superstar to set fashion trends.[89] The trend of wearing guru kurtas and belt on shirts became famous in seventies and eighties because of Khanna.[90]

Khanna was awarded Filmfare Special Award in 1991 for having starred in 101 films as the solo lead hero and just 21 two hero films in short span of 25 years. Khanna gave 35 Golden Jubilee Hits in period 1967-1975 and 3 in 1976-78 and 35 more in 1979-1991 and gave 22 Silver Jubilee Hits in period 1966-1991.By 2011, he held record for the Hindi actor with most number of author backed lead hero films - 106 solo hero films and having done only 22 two hero films.[91]

[edit]Later career (1992-present)

 

From the early nineties onwards he stopped acting and served as M.P. of New Delhi Constituency from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he returned to acting, playing the lead in Khudai(1994), which was about a father and son both falling in love for the same woman. After 1992, he appeared in only 10 films and declined most film offers. He made a comeback as a NRI in Aa Ab Laut Chalen(1999), and Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa(2002) and played the solo lead in films Sautela Bhai in 1996, Pyar Zindagi Hai in 2001 and Wafaa in 2008.He did 4 television serials in period 2000-2009.

[edit]Television

 

He is a life member of the International Film And Television Research Centre, the International Film And Television Club and the Asian Academy of Film & Television.[92] He is the Guest Faculty of 'Specialized Cinema Courses At Asian School Of Media Studies'. On 10 April 1999 Khanna inaugurated the live concert of S.P. Balasubramanyam held at Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad as a tribute to Pancham.[93] In 2001 and 2002, Rajesh played the lead in two television serials: Aapne Parai (B4U & DD Metro)[94] and Ittefaq (Zee TV).[95] He performed in a video album based on Tagore's songs (Rabindra Sangeet) without payment.[96] He also endorsed Star se Superstar tak – a talent hunt programme in 2007 and donated a Gold Trophy of Rs.1 crore. In its Silver Jubilee Episode on 14–15 March 2008, K for Kishore aired a Rajesh Khanna special. He signed on to star in a TV serial with Creative Eye Banner (Dhiraj Kumar) in 2007, and in 2008 performed in a TV serial, Bhabhima, with Leena Ganguly as his co-star. His successful TV serial Raghukul Reet Sada Chali Aayi began in November 2008 and ended in September 2009.[97] Khanna cited the lack of good roles for actors like him in the films as the reason for him not appearing much in films after 2001. He said in an interview on being queried about his decision to do TV serials, "The reach of TV is much more than cinema today and one episode of my serial is likely to be watched by more people than a super-hit film".[98] In 2009, on his 67th birthday, Shemaroo Entertainment released his films and a song collection titled Screen Legends-Rajesh Khanna-the Original Superstar.[99] In May 2012, Havells, the fan making company endorsed Khanna as Brand Ambassador for their new ad campaign featuring him in solo advertisements.[100]

[edit]Political and business career

 

Rajesh Khanna was a member of Parliament for the Congress Party, from the New Delhi constituency, where he won the 1992 by-election, retaining his seat until the 1996 election.[101] When Khanna was M.P he worked full time as a politician and did not accept new acting assignements.[102] He has since been a political activist for the Congress Party and campaigned for Congress in Punjab for 2012 elections.[103]

Khanna and a group of foreign investors have bought land in Shirdi on which they plan to build a religious resort for disciples of Sai Baba of Shirdi.[104]

[edit]Health

 

In June, 2012, it was reported that Rajesh Khanna's health had been deterorating for some time,[105] [106] On 23 June 2012 he was admitted to Lilavati Hospital due to some health complications. He was discharged on 8 July 2012 from the hospital and was reported to be fine.[107] [108][109][110] On 14th July 2012, Rajesh Khanna was readmitted in city's Lilavati hospital. He was admitted due to weakness and low blood pressure," Mr Khanna's estranged wife, Dimple Kapadia said. [11

 

Bollywood veteran Rajesh Khanna was at his dramatic best when he received the lifetime achievement trophy at the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) awards in Macau from his "Anand" co-star Amitabh Bachchan late on Saturday (June 13) night.

 

Khanna, who featured in hits like "Aradhana", "Kati Patang" and "Amar Prem" in his four-decade long career, kept referring to Big B as "babumoshai", in the manner in which he addressed Bachchan in their 1971 heartwarming hit "Anand".

 

It took me 40 years and 180 films to get this IIFA Life time Achievement award-along journey I must say I am very grateful to IIFA, (event organisers) Wizcraft, committee members and babumoshai. Babumoshai, thank you very very much," Khanna said in his acceptance speech.

 

“It is after 16 years later that we are together on a stage. I thank him from the bottom of my heart," he added.

 

Khanna, 66, also belted dialogues from his famous films to entertain the audience. And he even appreciated Bachchan's successful journey in his professional life.

 

Life should be big, not necessarily long, and my babumoshai is living life big - living life king size. (Look) from where to where he has reached in so many years. We started with ’Anand' and today we are on this platform. He is very dear to me, he is my babumoshai," he said.

 

Khanna received a standing ovation from industry members as well as the audience.

 

Whatever I am, I am because of you, my audience. My audience members, Hindu, Muslim, Sikh or Christian - everyone was responsible to make me an actor to a star to a superstar to what I am today. Thank you all," he said.

 

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 

Rajesh Khanna pronunciation (help·info); (born Jatin Khanna on 29 December 1942) is an Indian actor of Hindi films,[1] and has been Hindi film producer and an Indian politician.

He appeared in 163 films of which 106 had him as the solo lead hero and 22 were two hero projects.[2] He won three Filmfare Best Actor Awards and was nominated for the same fourteen times. He received the maximum BFJA Awards for Best Actor (Hindi) – four times and nominated 25 times. He was awarded the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2005. Khanna is referred to as the “First Superstar” of Hindi cinema.[3][4][5][6] He made his debut in 1966 with Aakhri Khat and rose to prominence with his performances in films like Raaz, Baharon Ke Sapne, Ittefaq and Aradhana.

 

Khanna was born in Amritsar on 29 December 1942. He was adopted and raised by foster parents who were relatives of his biological parents. Khanna lived in Thakurdwar near Girgaon. Khanna attended St. Sebastian’s Goan High School in Girgaum, along with his friend Ravi Kapoor, who later took the stage name Jeetendra. Their mothers were friends.[7] Khanna gradually started taking interest in theatre and did a of stage and theater plays in his school[8] and college days and won many prizes in the inter college drama competitions.[9] Khanna became a rare newcomer who struggled in his own MG sports car to get work in theatre and films in the early sixties.[10] Both friends later studied in Kishinchand Chellaram College(KC).[11] When Jeetendra went for his first film audition, it was Khanna who tutored him. Khanna's uncle changed Khanna's first name to Rajesh when Khanna decided to join films. His friends and his wife call him Kaka.[12]

[edit]Adult life

 

See also: Dimple Kapadia, Kishore Kumar, R.D.Burman, Jeetendra, and Simple Kapadia

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Khanna fell in love with the then fashion designer and actress Anju Mahendru.[13] They were in the relationship for seven years. Mahendru states that the couple did not speak to each other for 17 years after the breakup.[14] Later Khanna married Dimple Kapadia in 1973 and has two daughters from the marriage.[15] Khanna and Dimple Kapadia separated in 1984 as his schedule kept him away much of the time and Dimple became interested in pursuing an acting career,[16] and thereafter lived separately, but did not complete the divorce proceedings.[17] In the eighties Tina Munim was romantically involved with Khanna till the time she decided to leave the industry to pursue her higher studies.[18] Years of separation brought about mutual understanding between Rajesh Khanna and Dimple Kapadia.[14] Reporter Dinesh Raheja stated that “the bitterness between Rajesh and Dimple washed away", noting that they are seen together at parties and that Dimple campaigned for Khanna's election and also worked in his film Jai Shiv Shankar.[19] Their elder daughter Twinkle Khanna, an interior decorator and a former film actress, is married to actor Akshay Kumar[20] while their younger daughter Rinke Khanna, also a former Hindi film actress,[21] is married to a London-based investment banker Samir Saran.[22]

[edit]Early career (1966–1975)

 

Rajesh Khanna was one of eight finalists in the 1965 All India Talent Contest organised by United Producers and Filmfare from more than ten thousand contestants.[23] Subsequently Khanna won the contest.[24] He made his film debut in the 1966 film Aakhri Khat directed by Chetan Anand, followed by Raaz directed by Ravindra Dave both of which were a part of his predetermined prize for winning the All-India United Producers’ Talent Competition.[25] G.P. Sippy and Nasir Hussain were the first to sign Rajesh Khanna after he won the contest.[26] Khanna in an interview to Hindu newspaper said,"Though “Aakhri Khat” is my first film, I received my first break as a leading actor in Ravindra Dave's, “Raaz” in 1967. My heroine was Babita, already a popular actress then. Though I had lots of confidence, I was shy in facing the camera initially. In my first three shots, I had to perform with stress on my body language and dialogue delivery. Though I was right with my dialogues, my movements were not up to the mark. Ravindra Dave explained me my scenes and movements very clearly correcting my way of walking".[27] Being under contract with United Producers, he got projects like Aurat, Doli and Ittefaq.[28] He was then noticed for his performances in films like Baharon Ke Sapne, Aurat (1967), Doli, Aradhana and Ittefaq. Later Waheeda Rehman suggested Asit Sen to take Khanna for the lead role in Khamoshi.[29] Through Aradhana he rose to "instant national fame" and film critics referred to him as the first superstar of India.[30][31] In that film, Rajesh Khanna was cast in a double role (father and son) opposite Sharmila Tagore and Farida Jalal. The film also saw the resurgence of Kishore Kumar, who eventually became the official playback voice of Rajesh Khanna. The Kishore Kumar-Rajesh Khanna combination worked miracles and it was almost impossible to see them as separate identities. They became a singer-actor duo and together they gave many songs till 1991.[32] Then in year 1971, Haathi Mere Saathi became the biggest hit and also became the biggest grosser ever till then.Khanna is also credited with giving Salim Khan and Javed Akhtar their first chance to become screenplay writers by offering them work in Haathi Mere Saathi.[33] Javed Akhthar accpeted in an interview "One day, he went to Salimsaab and said that Mr. Devar had given him a huge signing amount with which he could complete the payment for his bungalow Aashirwad. But the film's script was far from being satisfactory. He told us that if we could set right the script, he would make sure we got both money and credit."[34]

Rajesh acted alongside Mumtaz in eight successful films.[35] They were neighbours and got along very well, and as a result they shared a great on-screen chemistry. After Khanna married, Mumtaz decided to marry millionaire Mayur Madhwani in 1974. At the time, she was doing three films Aap ki Kasam, Roti and Prem Kahani with Khanna. She decided to quit movies only after completing these films. When she left films Khanna felt very lost. In one of her interviews, Mumtaz was quoted saying "I would pull his leg and tease him about his fan following. Whenever Rajesh entered a hotel in Madras, there was a queue of 600 girls waiting to see him at midnight. As a result, even I would get some importance, as people would ask for my autograph as well. He was very generous with his associates, and would party a lot."

During the peak of his career he would be mobbed during public appearances. Fans kissed his car, which would be covered with lipstick marks, and lined the road, cheering and chanting his name. Female fans sent him letters written in their blood.[36] There used to be a line of cars of his producers and hysterical fans outside his bungalow every day. Actor Mehmood parodied him in Bombay to Goa where the driver and conductor of the bus were called 'Rajesh' and 'Khanna'. Even today, he remains the favourite of mimicry artists, who copy his trademark style and dialogue delivery. During the filming of Amar Prem there was a scene that needed to be filmed at Howrah Bridge with a boat carrying Khanna with Sharmila moving under the bridge. The authorities ruled this scene out as they realized that if the public found out that the hero of the film would be there, it may create problems on the bridge itself, and that it might collapse due to the amount of people trying to get a glimpse of their favourite actor.[37] Film critic Monojit Lahiri remembers “Girls married themselves to photographs of Rajesh Khanna, cutting their fingers and applying the blood as sindoor. Rajesh was God, there has never been such hysteria.”[38]

Several songs sung by Kishore Kumar in the 1970s were based on Rajesh Khanna. During the filming of the song 'Mere Sapnon Ki Rani' in Aradhana, Sharmila Tagore was shooting for a Satyajit Ray film and director Shakti Samanta had to shoot their scenes separately and then join the scenes together.

The BBC made a film on him, titled Bombay Superstar, in 1974, the shooting for which began the same time when he got married and his film Daag premiered.[39] In the video it can be noticed that Khanna was shooting for Aap Ki Kasam. A textbook prescribed by the Bombay University contained an essay, 'The Charisma of Rajesh Khanna!'.[40]

Sharmila Tagore said in interview to India Express, “Women came out in droves to see Kaka (Khanna). They would stand in queues outside the studios to catch a glimpse, they would marry his photographs, they would pull at his clothes. Delhi girls were crazier for him than Mumbai girls. He needed police protection when he was in public. I have never seen anything like this before and since.”[41]

Music remained one of the biggest attractions of all Rajesh Khanna films throughout his career. Many of the musical scores for Khanna's films were composed by Sachin Dev Burman, R.D. Burman and Laxmikant-Pyarelal. The trio of Rajesh Khanna, Kishore Kumar and R.D. Burman went on to make a number of popular films, including Kati Patang, Amar Prem, Shehzada, Apna Desh, Mere Jeevan Saathi, Aap Ki Kasam, Ajnabee, Namak Haraam, Maha Chor, Karm, Phir Wohi Raat, Aanchal, Kudrat, Ashanti, Agar Tum Na Hote, Awaaz, Hum Dono and Alag Alag.

Rajesh Khanna had 15 consecutive solo superhits between 1969 to 1972, which is still an unbroken record in Indian film history.[42] The commercial success of his films declined during 1976–78.In calculation of the 15 films, 2 hero films like Maryada,Andaz and films with box office result as hits were excluded -Mere Jeevan Saathi, Choti Bahu and Shehzada.

Khanna considered Guru Dutt, Meena Kumari and Geeta Bali as his idols.Khanna dislosed in an interview," My inspirations include, Dilip Kumar's dedication and intensity, Raj Kapoor's spontaneity, Dev Anand's style and Shammi Kapoor's rhythm."[27]

[edit]1976–1978

 

Between 1976 and 1978, Khanna acted in nine films that were not commercially successful. Seven of these were rated highly by critics upon their release and have achieved strong cult status over the years among the viewers and these films included Mehbooba,[43] Bundal Baaz, Tyaag, Palkon Ki Chhaon Mein, Naukri, Chakravyuha and Janata Havaldar which were directed by Shakti Samanta, Shammi Kapoor, Din Dayal Sharma, Meeraj, Hrishikesh Mukherjee, Basu Chatterjee and Mehmood Ali, respectively. Khanna persuaded Samanta to cast his sister-in-law Simple Kapadia opposite him in Anurodh.[44] Films starring Rajesh Khanna and directed by Shakti Samanta tended to be commercially successful, but Mehbooba was an exception.[45][46] K. Balachander then remade his film Arangetram in Hindi as Aaina with Mumtaz in the lead and Khanna in a cameo appearance in 1977. This film was also unsuccessful. The change from romantic and social movies to action oriented multi-starrers caused the decline of Khanna's career in terms of box office ratings to some extent. The declaration of emergency in India had angered the masses and this helped films having the lead character revolting against corruption becoming success.[47] Actor Joy Mukherjee made Chhailla Babu, a suspense thriller in 1977, which became the only successful film of his as a director[48] and the unexpected success of the Chhailla Babu gave a boost to the career of Khanna.[49] However, Khanna continued basically in solo hero social sober household meaningful films during this era and played a variety of characters in films of various genres. During this phase too he had box office hits like Maha Chor,[50] Chhailla Babu,[51] Anurodh and Karm.

[edit]Later career (1979–present)

 

After 1978, Khanna starred in critically acclaimed commercially successful films[52][53] such as Amardeep, Phir Wohi Raat, Bandish,[54] Thodisi Bewafaii, Dard, Kudrat, Dhanwan, Avtaar, Agar Tum Na Hote, Souten, Jaanwar, Asha Jyoti, Awaaz,[55] Naya Kadam,[56] Hum Dono, Babu, Aaj Ka M.L.A. Ram Avtar,[57] Shatru,[58] Insaaf Main Karoonga, Anokha Rishta, Nazrana, Angaarey, Adhikar (1986) and Amrit(from 1979–1991). Director Bharathiraja decided to remake his 1978 Tamil box office hit film "Sigappu Rojakkal" in Hindi with Khanna playing the role of a psychopath.[59] Kamal Haasan who played the same role in Tamil won South Filmfare Best Actor Award for his portrayal.[60] But the Hindi movie was seen as controversial by traditional and orthodox Hindi moviegoers and was not a commercial success, although Khanna's performance has been rated later higher by critics than the original.[61]

Tina Munim and Rajesh Khanna became the leading on and off screen couple of the 80’s with hits like Fiffty Fiffty, Suraag, Souten, Aakhir Kyun, Bewafai, Insaaf Main Karoonga and Adhikar(1986).[62] Ram Awatar Agnihotri wrote that Tina Munim showed the first sparks of the dedicated actress she would become in the films "Alag Alag" and "Adhikar", both with Khanna.[63] He also acted in the Marathi hit film "Sundara Satarkar" in 1981.[64] He has performed in the least number of multi-starrer films in comparison to his contemporaries and portrayed the central character in the few multistarrers he acted. Khanna delivered multi-starrer superhits like Rajput, Dharam Aur Kanoon,[65] Zamana, Dil-E-Nadan, Ashanti, Awam (film) and Ghar Ka Chiraag. He did three potboiler movies with Jeetendra, which were blockbusters-Dharam Kanta,[66] Nishaan and Maqsad.[67] Aaj Ka M.L.A. Ram Avtar is one of the memorable political films of Rajesh Khanna. Khanna played the character of a corrupt politician in this film. Viewers praised his role in the film.[68] The year 1985 saw him turn a producer with Alag Alag. Eleven films, with Khanna in the lead, released in 1985 and seven of these became hits and in addition had two films with him in special appearance.[69] Before joining politics one of his last films as the lead hero was Swarg released in 1990. David Dhawan regards Swarg as his most favorite directorial venture and said in an interview " Swarg did well. Though a serious film, people even today talk about it as it struck a chord. I was working with Rajesh Khanna for the first time. I shared a good rapport with him. He never threw tantrums on the sets."[70]

He experimented with films of different genres like tragedy in Babu as a rickshaw puller, thriller in Redrose as a psycopath, political adventure in Awam, negative roles in Dhanwan and Redrose, fantasy in Bundalbaaz and Jaanwar, crime in Phir Wohi Raat and Angarey, suspense in Chakravyuha and Iteefaq, comedy in Hum Dono and Masterji, action in Ashanti, family dramas like Aanchal and Amrit and Agar Tum Na Hote, variety of social films like Avtaar, Naya Kadam, Akhir Kyun and with different themes like reincarnation theme in Kudrat, patriotism in Prem Kahani, immature young love theme handled in different ways in films like Anokha Rishta, Nazrana and Dil E Nadan and did college romance in Bandish. He has played variety of characters as the lead hero – as a postman in Palkon Ki Chaon Mein, as a lawyer who proves that his senior has committed a rape 25 years earlier in Kudrat, as a politician in Aaj Ka MLA Ram Avtaar, as a young musician forced by fate to marry two women in Asha Jyoti, as professional advocate in Awaaz, fisherman in Prem Bandhan, a revolutionary patriot who is torn apart by love and policeman like in Prem Kahanai, as a righteous farmer in Bandhan etc.

He shared a very close relationship with R.D. Burman[71] and Kishore Kumar. The trio were very close friends and have worked together in more than thirty films.[72] Work of Pancham with Khanna is regarded as legendary and far superior than any other actor-music director combinations.[73] The king of playback singing Kishore Kumar had even credited Rajesh Khanna for his resurgence, so much so that he sang for Alag Alag, the first film produced by Rajesh Khanna without charging anything.[74][75] In 1985 Pancham found himself being sidelined after failure of few films but Rajesh Khanna was among the few who continued to stand by him.[76] Rajesh and Pancham worked together even after the death of Kishore in the films Jai Shiv Shankar, the unreleased film Police Ke Peechhe Police (both produced by Khanna ) and Sautela Bhai. Khanna even helped Leena Gangully and Amit Kumar in completing Mamta Ki Chhaon Mein, the last film directed by Kishore who died before the completion of the film.

Actors who were part of the cast of most of his films include Ashok Kumar, Sujit Kumar, Prem Chopra, Madan Puri, Asrani, Bindu, Vijay Arora, Roopesh Kumar, Dina Pathak and A. K. Hangal, who remained part of his " working team" since the start until the late eighties. The lyricist whom he preferred for his movies was Anand Bakshi. Films by Shakti Samanta with Khanna in the lead, music by Pancham and lyrics by Anand Bakshi had people swooning over. The films Samanta directed without Khanna in the eighties were duds.[77][78] His other close friends from the film industry include Raj Babbar, J. Om Prakash and Jeetendra.

Pyarelal quoted in an interview that “Rajesh Khanna was lucky for us and we were lucky for him too. From the 1969 Do Raaste to the 1986 Amrit, we gave hits together both as films and as music scores.... When we went on our first overseas concert tour in 1984, he came and danced to three songs. He was very particular about his music and would take a tape home if he could not assess a song. He would then give his feedback after a day or two. But if he liked a song at the sitting, he would loudly shout “Wah! Wah!” in appreciation…. It was God’s blessing that we came up with such a vast range of hit songs for him, including in his home productions Roti and films like Chhailla Babu, Chakravyuha, Fiffty Fiffty, Amar Deep and Bewafai. Incidentally, he had a stake in Mehboob Ki Mehndi too.[35]

Celebrities of the post-2000 era, like Madhur Bhandarkar, say that they take at least three or four turns in Carter Road even today only to see Khanna.[79] The younger generation stars like Imran Khan still regard Rajesh Khanna as someone who would take the top slot as the most romantic hero of all time.[80] Shahrukh Khan idolises Rajesh Khanna and has opined,"Rajesh Khanna you can’t touch".[81] Actor Tom Alter confessed “I still dream of being Rajesh Khanna. For me, in the early 1970s, he was the only hero – romantic to the core, not larger than life, so Indian and real – he was my hero; the reason I came into films and he still is.”[82] Actor Irrfan Khan accepted in an interview, "The kind of craze witnessed by Rajesh Khanna has not been duplicated by anyone. He was the biggest and the most real star Bollywood has produced. I'd say stardom is that feeling of being possessed by your idol; you are so overwhelmed with euphoria you lose touch with reality."[83] Rajesh Khanna was the last superstar to set fashion trends.[84] The trend of wearing guru kurtas and belt on shirts became famous in seventies and eighties because of Khanna.[85]

From the early nineties onwards he stopped acting and served as M.P. of New Delhi Constituency from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he returned to acting, appearing in Khudai(1994). He made a comeback as a NRI in Aa Ab Laut Chalen(1999), and Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa(2002). In September 2007, he officially announced his planned return to the big screen, signing a contract for several new films, including some television serials.

[edit]Television

 

He is a life member of the International Film And Television Research Centre, the International Film And Television Club and the Asian Academy of Film & Television.[86] He is the Guest Faculty of 'Specialized Cinema Courses At Asian School Of Media Studies'. On 10 April 1999 Khanna inaugurated the live concert of S.P. Balasubramanyam held at Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad as a tribute to Pancham.[87] In 2001 and 2002, Rajesh played the lead in two television serials: Aapne Parai (B4U & DD Metro)[88] and Ittefaq (Zee TV).[89] He performed in a video album based on Tagore's songs (Rabindra Sangeet) without payment, and is currently in the process of creating his own music channel "R.K. Music Channel".[90] He also endorsed Star se Superstar tak – a talent hunt programme in 2007 and donated a Gold Trophy of Rs.1 crore. In its Silver Jubilee Episode on 14–15 March 2008, K for Kishore aired a Rajesh Khanna special. He signed on to star in a TV serial with Creative Eye Banner (Dhiraj Kumar) in 2007, and in 2008 performed in a TV serial, Bhabhima, with Leena Ganguly as his co-star. His successful TV serial Raghukul Reet Sada Chali Aayi began in November 2008 and ended in September 2009.[91] Khanna cites the lack of good roles for actors like him in the films these days. He said in an interview on being queried about his decision to do TV serials, "The reach of TV is much more than cinema today and one episode of my serial is likely to be watched by more people than a super-hit film".[92] In 2009, on his 67th birthday, Shemaroo Entertainment released his films and a song collection titled Screen Legends-Rajesh Khanna-the Original Superstar.[93]

[edit]Political and business career

 

Rajesh Khanna was a member of Parliament for the Congress Party, from the New Delhi constituency, where he won the 1992 by-election, retaining his seat until the 1996 election.[94] He has since been a political activist for the Congress Party.

Khanna and a group of foreign investors have bought land in Shirdi on which they plan to build a religious resort for disciples of Sai Baba of Shirdi.[95]

[edit]Awards, honours and recognitions

 

Main article: List of Rajesh Khanna's awards, honours and recognitions

[edit]Filmography

 

[edit]Actor

Main article: Rajesh Khanna filmography

[edit]Producer

YearFilm

1985Alag Alag

1989Police Ke Peeche Police

1990Jai Shiv Shankar

[edit]Co-Producer

YearFilm

1971Mehboob Ki Mehndi

1974Roti

1995Barsaat

[edit]Playback Singer

Baharon Ke Sapne (1967)

Safar (1970)

Raja Rani (1973)

Shehzada (1972)

Amar Prem (1972)

Daag (1973)

Ajnabee

Souten (1983)

   

Goud Saraswat Brahmins (GSB) have made significant contribution to a variety of fields like literature, business, sports, cinema, law, etc. The following is list of notable individuals belonging to GSB community (including its sub-communities)

Government and law

 

Sir B. N. Rau, jurist (was judge on International Court in the Hague and President of United Nations Security Council. Prepared the original draft of Constitution of India. Also drafted Constitution of Burma (Myanmar) in 1947.)

Suresh Tendulkar, former Chief Economic Advisor to Prime Minister

Justice K. T. Telang (1850-1892) Judge Bombay High Court & Youngest Vice Chancellor of Bombay University. Exceptional legal mind, Educationist, Scholar of Sanskrit

[edit]RBI

Sir B. R. Rau, former Governor of RBI

Subir Gokarn, present Deputy Governor of RBI

Shiralkar Shrinath S. : Dy.Governor of Reserve Bank of India from 18th Dec.1970 to 25 July 1976.

[edit]Science and technology

 

Prof. Jayant Baliga, named by Scientific American one of “Eight Heroes of Semiconductor Revolution”, holder of over 100 patents including that for IGBT

Arun Netravali, Chief Scientist of Alcatel Lucent, France. Pioneer of digital technology including HDTV, MPEG compression. Formerly President of renowned Bell Labs

Dr. Anil Kakodkar, Head of Nuclear Programme of India

Prashant Kamat, rated as one of top 100 chemists of past decade by Times Higher Education Group.

Achyut Kanvinde, considered as one of forefathers of modern Indian architecture.

[edit]Literature

 

[edit]Marathi

Pu La Deshpande

Kaka Kalelkar (the only person to win Sahitya Akadami award for his writings in two languages - marathi & Gujarati)

Mama Varerkar, playwright

Mangesh Padgaonkar, famous poet

Baa Bha Borkar, poet in marathi and konkani

Jaywant Dalvi

Vijay Tendulkar, leading playwright of India

Ratnakar Matkari

Arati Prabhu (C. T. Khanolkar)

Dr. Subhash Bhende

Laxmanrao Sardessai, noted poet in marathi, konkani as well as Portuguese

Vijaya Rajadhyaksha

Vasant Sabnis

Sunita Deshpande

Mangesh Rajadhyaksha

Ramesh Mantri

Girija Keer

Pu Shi Rege

Sumati Kshetramade

Bal Samant

Narayan Govind Kalelkar, winner of Sahitya Akadami award in year 1967

Anant Priolkar

Ravindra Pinge

Shridhar Tilve

[edit]Kannada

Girish Karnad, a Jnanapeetha awardeee

Rashtrakavi M Govinda Pai, one of the greatest Kannada poets. Was fluent in 25 languages.

Gourish Kaikini, Sanskrit and Kannada scholar

Jayant Kaikini

Mangesh V. Nadkarni

Arvind Nadkarni

Sundar Nadkarni

Gangadhar Chittal

Yashwant Chittal

Dinakara Desai

P. Mangesh Rao

Santosh Kumar Gulwadi

[edit]Konkani

Basti Vaman Shenoy

Ravindra Kelekar, a Jnanapeetha awardeee

Shenoi Goembab

R. V. Pandit

B.V. Baliga

[edit]Other

Santha Rama Rau (English writer)

Uncle Pai (Anant Pai, publisher of Amar Chitra Katha. He was described as the most famous 'Uncle' after Chacha Nehru by former PM Atalji)

[edit]Scholars and academicians

 

Sir Dr. R. G. Bhandarkar (Sanskrit scholar, Orientalist, social reformer)

Dharmanand D. Kossambe (Internationally known Scholar of Buddhism)

Damodar D. Kossambe(Polymath)

Kashinath Trimbak Telang (Sanskrit scholar, former judge of Mumbai High Court from 1889 till death in 1893 and Vice-Chancellor of Mumbai University. Translated Sanskrit epics in English. Also was the first Secretary of Indian National Congress)

B. R. Shenoy(Famous economist, first ever economist to speak against socialist planning of India governments)

Ajit Rangnekar, Dean, Indian School of Business, Hyderabad (rated as 12th best business school by Financial Times)

Rajnarayan Chandavarkar

S. B. Mujumdar, founder of Symbiosis Society

[edit]Doctors

Dr. Bhau Daji Laud - first doctor of India

Dwarkanath Kotnis - (Surgeon in China during 1938-42 Second Sino-Japanese War)

M. G. Kini - considered by the Indian Orthopedic surgical community as the forerunner of Orthopedic Surgery in India

A. V. Baliga

Annapoorna Kini

Dr. Shreedhar Shantaram Ajgaonkar - founder of Diabetic Association of India (1955) and first specialized hospital for the diabetics in Mumbai – now known as S. L. Raheja hospital.

[edit]Business and industry

 

Vijay Mallya, Chairman of UB Group

Dr. T. M. A. Pai, founder of Manipal Group and Syndicate Bank

[edit]IT industry

Nandan Nilekani, Co-founder of Infosys

Rohith Bhat, Robosoft Technologies

Sunil Gaitonde, founder of GS Labs, member of TiE Board of Directors

[edit]Banking

[edit]Past

A. S. R. Pai, Co-founder of Canara Bank

[edit]Art and music

 

Suman Kalyanpur

Anuradha Paudwal

Hema Sardesai

Laxmikant Kudalkar (of Laxmikant-Pyarelal duo)

Vasant Desai

Vasant Prabhu

Bhaskar Chandavarkar

Pandit Upendra Bhat

Mohanrao Palekar

Pandit Ratnakar Pai

Ramesh L. Nadkarni

Aditya Kalyanpur

Nityanand Haldipur

Nandu Bhende

Uday Benegal of rock band Indus Creed

Gautam Rajadhyaksha

Mohan Samant, named among the "hundred leading artists in the world today in TIME magazine in 1963

V. S. Gaitonde, Painter

Maya Kamath—Lady cartoonist of international fame

Puttur Narasimha Nayak

[edit]Cinema & theatre

 

Dadasaheb (Ramchandra Gopal) Torne – true Father of Indian Cinema (though Dadasaheb Phalke is credited as such), as he created first motion picture in India (Pundlik) in year 1912. He was also the first to open distribution offices, produced first Talkie in India along with Ardeshir Irani (Alam Ara), first double role cinema in India (Aout ghatkecha raja) and also first silver jubilee film in India (Shyam Sunder)

Guru Dutt (born Vasanth Kumar Shivshankar Padukone), named in the list of CNN’s “top 25 Asian Actors of All Time”

Shyam Benegal

Kalpana Lajmi

Durga Khote - First lady of Indian silver screen. Acted with all distinguished actors of the country of her time

Leena Chandavarkar

Amol Palekar

Nitish Bharadwaj

Isha Koppikar

Deepika Padukone

Urmila Matondkar

Amrita Rao

Manjari Phadnis

Ashok Saraf

Sachin Pilgaonkar

Supriya Pilgaonkar (Sabnis)

Varsha Usgaonkar

Nishikant Kamat, director of films like Dombivali Fast, Satchya Aat Gharat

Priya Tendulkar

Milind Gunaji

Ninad Kamat

Radhika Pandit, actress from the South

Preetika (Preeta Rao), actress the from South

Shankar Nag, Kannada matinee idol

Anant Nag, veteran Kannada actor

Sundar Rao Nadkarni - the director of the record-creating Tamil film Haridas.

[edit]Journalists

 

Shobha De (Rajadhyaksha) (Famous author and columnist, Editor of Stardust magazine)

M V Kamath (former Editor, Illustrated Weekly of India & ex-Chairman, Prasar Bharathi)

Rajdeep Sardesai (Prominent TV personality of IBNLive)

T. V. R. Shenoy (former Editor of The Week and Sunday Mail)

[edit]Sports

 

[edit]Cricket

Sachin Tendulkar

Khandu Rangnekar

Sunil Gavaskar

Rohan Gavaskar

Madhav Mantri

Dilip Vengsarkar

Dilip Sardesai

Bapu Nadkarni

Ajit Pai

Chandrakant Pandit

Amol Muzumdar

Suru Nayak

[edit]Other

Prakash Padukone - Badminton

Vandana Shanbagh – Athletics, Winner of Silver medal in 1987 Asian Games

Dinesh Nayak - Indian hockey team player

[edit]Defence & Armed forces

 

[edit]Air Force

Air Chief Marshal Lakshman Katre, IAF, Chief of the Air Staff

Air Chief Marshal Hrushikesh Moolgavkar, IAF, Chief of the Air Staff

Air Chief Marshal Pradeep Vasant Naik, IAF, Chief of Air Staff

Wing Commander Vishwanath Balakrishna Sawardekar, IAF, AVSM, KC[1]

[edit]Navy

Admiral J.G Nadkarni: Indian Navy, Chief of Naval Staff

[edit]Army

Lt.General Prakash Gokarn: Retd.Signal Officer-in-Chief,Army H.Q.,Was Secretary of Army`s Reorganization and Restructuring Expert committee for upgrading organisation and &Weapon Systems of the Army.Was awarded Ati Vishist Seva Medal and Param Vishist Seva Medal for distinguished services of the most exceptional level by the President of India.

[edit]Other

Ashok Nayak, Chairman, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL)[2]

[edit]Politics and social service

 

Kamaladevi Chattopadhyaay née Dhareshwar

U. Srinivas Mallya

Karnad Sadashiv Rao

Suresh Prabhu

Manohar Parrikar, Chief Minister of Goa

Digambar Kamat, former Chief Minister of Goa

Medha Patkar

Ram Krishna Baliga, former Chairman of Keonics and father of Electronics City of Bangalore

Gurudas Kamat

Ahilya Rangnekar

Sir Narayan Ganesh Chandavarkar - former President of Indian National Congress

Radhabai Subbarayan

Murlidhar Chandrakant Bhandare - Governor, Orissa

[edit]Historical figures

 

Lakshman Prabhu (Minister of Silhara dynasty, built Banaganga tank and Walkeshwar temple)

Rama Kamath

Rudra Pai (Minister of Silhara dynasty)

Mahadevaiyya Prabhu (Minister of Silhara dynasty)

Somanaiyya Prabhu (Minister of Silhara dynasty)

Anant Pai Prabhu (Minister of Silhara dynasty)

Naro Ram Mantri(Minister in Sahu Maharaj's court)

Ramachandra Baba Sukthankar (official in Peshwa court)

Timaji kamath (An admiral of Vijayanagar empire)

Jivbadada Kerkar (Bakshi of Sindhia army)

Lakhbadada Lad (An officer of Sindhia army)

Lalaji Gulgule (An officer of Sindhia army)

Appaji Ram (Diplomat of Hyder Ali/Tippu Sultan)

Baloba Tatya (official of Sindhia court)

[edit]Spiritual field

 

Shri Gaudapadacharya - The propounder of Advaita philosophy (considered first pontiff – Swamiji – of Kavale math, Goa)

Shri Govinda Bhagavatpadacharya - Disciple of Sri Gouda padacharya and Guru of Adi Shankaracharya (considered second pontiff – Swamiji – of Kavale math, Goa)

[edit]Firsts

 

Bal Mangesh Wagle, First Barrister (advocate) of India[3]

Dr. Ramakrishna Vitthal Laud, First Doctor of India[4] and also first Indian Sheriff[3]

Dr. R G Bhandarkar, first Graduate and Post-graduate batch of Mumbai University/ India

Rao Bahadur S S Talmiki, founder of first Co-op Housing Society in the whole of Asia[5]

Sir B. N. Rau, first Indian judge on International Court at the Hague and also first Indian President of United Nations Security Council

Lalith Rao (Hindustani musician) First lady engineer in India who did doctorate[6]

Nileshwar Narayan Pai (ex-Chairman of Corporation Bank and IDBI Bank) - the first Gold Medalist in the Chartered Accountancy exam when it was introduced.[6]

 

JAGRAON , November 21

The whole country has been divided into seven zones in order to impart training and to acquaint the members with the collection of iron for the Statue of Unity. This was stated by Sukhminderpal Singh Grewal, National Secretary, BJP Kisan Morcha.

 

Talking to the media persons here today, he said a workshop in each region would be held from November 24 onwards by our national coordinator of Iron Collection Committee Om Prakash Dhankar. Grewal said the regional workshop of Northern region i.e. Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Haryana states would be held at Chandigarh on December 9.

 

He said all members of the state committees and district co-coordinators’ would participate in these workshops. Grewal said the meeting of the Southern region consisting of Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Lakshwadeep, Puducherry and Andaman and Nicobar Islands would be held at Hyderabad on November 24 from morning till evening.

 

Grewal said the workshop regarding Western region, including Maharashtra, Goa, Daman and Diu, Dadar Nagar Haweli and Gujarat would be organised at Mumbai on November 26.

 

He said similarly, the workshop pertaining to North-East region i.e. Meghalaya, Tripura, Nagaland, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and Assam would be held at Guwahati on November 28.

 

He said the Eastern region workshop consisting of Sikkim, West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand and Bihar would be held at Patna on November 30.

 

He said the workshop in respect of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand would be held at Lucknow on December 10. Grewal further added that the similar workshop in respect of election bound states would be held after the results were declared on December 13.

 

Grewal said the resource persons from Gujarat and senior ministers as well as the members of central committee would participate in these workshops to pertain training.

Photo provided by Suman Jha.

1988: MSc(Special)/Msc2- Chitrakoot-Maihar-Rewa-Satna.

Site: RamDhanush Cave.

There was about 2 feet water inside the cave.

L to R: Neeraj Narula, Ravindra Sharma, Sangeet Kumar, Suman Jha, Tanu Prakash, and Ahmad Ali Ansari.

From left to right:

Mr. Shivanand Kanavi, Mr. Prakash Rao, Mr. S. Raghavan, Dr. Ravinder S. Bisht, and Niyam Bhushan.

 

Mr. Shivanand Kanavi is a senior journalist and author of "Sand to

Silicon: The amazing story of digital technology"

 

Mr. Prakash Rao is spokesperson of the Communist Ghadar Party of India and the All India Convenor of Lok Raj Sangathan.

 

Mr. S. Raghavan is a social activist interested in rights, economics

and history, and one of the directors of New Concept Info.

 

Dr. Ravindra Singh Bisht is a well-known historian and field archaeologist.

He made a stunning presentation on insights into the ancient civilization of the Indian sub-continent harappa (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harappa). Since the written script of the Harappan culture remains un-decoded, Bisht, who is an internationally noted archaeologist, as well as a sanskrit scholar, shared insights into Harappan culture from the ancient indian texts, 'Vedas' en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veda.

Photo provided by Mr. Vikram Rai

 

Front, from left to right :- Umesh Pratap Singh Chauhan, Rajesh Kumar Maheshwary, Ravindra Mohan Dayal and Arun Kumar

 

Back, from left to right:- Vikram Rai and Om Prakash Varma,

   

SHEHNAIMAESTRO PANDIT S BALLESH SHEHNAI ARTIST KRISHNA BALLESH AND ON TABLA PANDIT RAVINDRA YAVAGAL IN TIRUPATI

Bangalore Sambharama Sourabha 100 Hours World Guinness Record Show SHEHNAI BY PANDIT S. BALLESH, TABLA BY PANDIT RAVINDRA YAVAGAL, VOCAL BY PANDIT VINAYAK TORVI, HARMONIUM BY PANDIT RAVINDRA KATOTI

SHEHNAI MAESTRO PANDIT S. BALLESH AND PARTY ON SHEHNAI CONCERT IN BANGALORE ON 2012 WITH PANDIT RAVINDRA YAVAGAL AND KRISHNA BALLESH SHEHNAI ANS DUKKAD SURESH ATTARAY

SHEHNAIMAESTRO PANDIT S BALLESH SHEHNAI ARTIST KRISHNA BALLESH AND ON TABLA PANDIT RAVINDRA YAVAGAL IN TIRUPATI

Dr A Ravindra, Advisor to Chief Minister for Karnataka Urban Affairs and Chairman, Centre for Sustainable Development addressing the participants at the Brainstorming session on Bellandur Lake held on 6 May 2011 at Bangalore. Mr S Chandrasekhar, Chairman, CII Karnataka, Ms Linsey Simpson, Managing Director, Thomson Reuters, Mr Sai Prakash, Convenor, CSR Panel and Mr A M Muralidharan, Co Convenor, CSR Panel are also seen.

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T-HUTS, LAL BAGH AZAD PUR

TRIPOLIA , R P BAGH

VILLAGE RAJPURA GURMANDI

VILLAGE RAJPURA GURMANDI T-HUTS

VILLAGE RAJPURA T-HUTS GURMANDI

VILLAGE RAJPURA, T-HUTS, GURMANDI

VILLAGE SINDHORA KALAN

19SADAR BAZARANAND PARBAT

AZAD MARKET TELIWARA

BAHADUR GARH ROAD

BAHADUR GARH ROAD, QUTAB ROAD

BARA HINDU RAO

BERI WALA BAGH

DAYA BASTI

DAYA BASTI RAILWAY COLONY

DEPUTY GANJ

GULABI BAGH

INDER LOK

KISHAN GANJ

KISHAN GANJ, AMBA BAGH, PADAM NAGAR

KISHAN GANJ, BAGH KARE KHAN

KISHAN GANJ, CHANDER SHEKHAR AZAD COLONY

KISHAN GANJ, PADAM NAGAR

KISHAN GANJ, RLWY COLONY

KISHAN GANJ, SWAMI DAYANAND COLONY

KISHAN GANJ, BALJEET NAGAR

PAHARI DHIRAJ

PAHARI DHIRAJ, DEPUTY GANJ

PAHARI DHIRAJ, GALI AHIRAN

PRATAP NAGAR

PULBANGANSH, RAM BAGH ROAD

RAM BAGH ROAD

ROSHAN ARA ROAD

ROSHNARA ROAD

ROSHNARA ROAD, SUBZI MANDI

SADAR BAZAR

SADAR BAZAR, BAHADUR GARH ROAD

SADAR BAZAR, FAIZ GANJ

SADAR BAZAR, GALI AHIRAN

SADAR NALA ROAD BARA TOOTI

SARAI ROHILLA

SARAI ROHILLA, EST MOTI BAGH

SARAI ROHILLA, VIVEKA NANDPURI

SARAI ROHILLA, WEST MOTI BAGH

SHASTRI NAGAR

SUBHADRA COLONY

SUBZI MANDI

SUBZI MANDI, AZAD MARKET

TELIWARA

TELIWARA PUL MITHAI

TELIWARA, PARTAP MARKET

TELIWARA, SHEESH MAHAL

TELIWARI, KISHAN GANJ

TOKRI WALAN, AZAD MARKET

TULSI NAGAR

VASU DEV NAGAR, PRATAP NAGAR

20CHANDNI CHOWKKHARI BAOLI

ALIPUR ROAD

ARUNA NAGAR

BELA ROAD

BHAGIRATH PALACE

BOULWARD ROAD

CHAHAL PURI

CHANDGI RAM AKHARA

CHANDRAWAL ROAD

CHIRA KHANA

DARIBA KALAN

DARYA GANJ

DHARAM PURA

FAIZ BAZAR

FATEH PURI

H.C. SEN MARG

JAMA MASJID

KASHMERE GATE

KATRA NEEL CHANDNI CHOWK

KHYBER PASS

KINARI BAZAR

KUCHA CHELAN

KUCHA MAUTHER KHAN

LAL QUILA YAMUNA BRIDGE

MADARSHA ROAD

MALIWARA

MATIA MAHAL

MORI GATE

MOTIA BAGH

NAI BASTI NAYA BAZAR

NAI SARAK

NAWAB GANJ

NAYA BAZAR

NICLSON ROAD

OLD CHANDRAWAL

PHATAK RANG MAHAL

PULL MITHAI

RAJNIWAS MARG

RAJPUR ROAD

RAM KISHOR ROAD

S P MUKHERJEE MARG

SARAI PHOOSE

TIS HAZARI

UNDER HILL ROAD

VAID WARA

YAMUNA BAZAR

21MATIA MAHALAJMERI GATE

ASAF ALI ROAD

CHANDNI MAHAL

CHATTA LAL MIAN

CHAWRI BAZAR

CHHATTA LAL MIAN

CHITLI QABAR

CHURIWALAN

DDU MARG

DELHI GATE

G B PANT COMPLEX

GANJ MIR KHAN

HAUZ QAZI

JAMA MASJID

LAL KUAN

M A M C

MAHARAJA RANJIT SINGH MARG

MAMC COMPLEX

MATA SUNDRI ROAD

MATIA MAHAL

MINTO ROAD

MIRDARD ROAD

PAHARI BHOJLA

RAKAB GANJ

RAUSE AVENUE

SITA RAM BAZAR

SUIWALAN

TAGORE ROAD

THOMSON ROAD

TIRAHA BEHRAM KHAN

TURKMAN GATE

22BALLIMARANAHATA KALE SAHIB

AHATA KIDARA

AHATA KIDARA DOUBLE STOREY QRS.

AHATA KIDARA SADARNALA ROAD

AHATAKALE SAHIB

AMARPURI

AMARPURI, NABI KARIM

BAGICHI ALLAUDDIN

BAGICHI RAGHUNATH

BAGICHI RAGHUNATH BASTI JULAHAN

BARA DARI SHER AFGAN

BARA HINDU RAO

BARADARI SHER AFGAN

BASTI BAGRIAN

BASTI HARPHOOL SINGH

BASTI JULAHAN

BAZAR BALLI MARAN

BAZAR CHANDNI CHOWK

BAZAR LAL KUAN

BAZAR LAL KUAN (NAYABANS)

BAZAR LAL KUAN AHATA KALE SAHIB

BAZAR LAL KUAN NAYA BANS FARASH KHANA

CHAMELIAN ROAD

CHAMELIAN ROAD AHATA KIDARA

CHAWRI BAZAR NAI SARAK

CHINYOT BASTI

DHARAM PURA

FAIZAL ROAD

FARASH KHANA

GALI SHYAMJI

HAVELI HISSAMUDDIN HAIDER

HOSHIAR SINGH MARG

IDGAH ROAD

IDGHA ROAD

JHANDEWALAN ROAD

JOGIWARA

KHARI BAOLI

KRISHNA BASTI

KRISHNA BASTI, AMARPURI

KUCHA REHMAN

KUCHA REHMAN CHANDNI CHOWK

KUCHA REHMAN NAI SARAK

KUNCHA PANDIT

LAXMAN PURA

MM ROAD

MOHALLA CHARAN DASS

MOHALLA CHARAN DASS GALI LOHE WALI

MOHALLA NIYARIYAN

MOHALLA SIKRIGRAN

MOHALLA YOGMAYA, BAGICHI, ALLAUDDIN

MOTIA KHAN

MOTIA KHAN AKHARA, JAIN MANDIRIDGAH ROAD

MULTANI DHANDA, PAHAR GANJ

NABI KARIM

NABI KARIM, QUTAB ROAD

NAI SARAK

NAI WARA

NAYA BANS

PAHARI DHIRAJ RANI JHANSI ROAD

PAHARIDHIRAJ

PREM NAGAR

QASAB PURA

QASAB PURA SADAR NALA ROAD

QASABPURA CHAMELIAN RD

QUTAB MARG, NABI KARIM

QUTAB MARG, NABI KARIM, HANUMAN MANDIR, BALLAH

QUTAB ROAD

RAILWAY AREA, RAM NAGAR

RAM NAGAR , QUTAB ROAD

RAM NAGAR AARAKASHAN ROAD

RANI JHANSI ROAD

RODGRAN

SADAR BAZAR

SADAR NALA ROAD

SADAR NALA ROAD GALI KHIRKI SARAI KHALIL

SADAR NALA ROAD GALI NO.11

SADAR NALA ROAD GHASMANDI

SADAR NALA ROAD QUTAB ROAD

SADAR THANA ROAD

SARAI KHALIL KUCHA LALLU MISSAR

SARDHA NAND MKT.

SHANKAR MARG

SHANKAR MARG, NABI KARIM

TEL MILL MARG

23KAROL BAGH (SC)RAMESHWARI NEHRU NAGAR

AHATA THAKAR DASS, NEAR SARAI ROHILLA RLWY STATION

AMBEDKAR BHAWAN

ARAM BAGH

ARYA NAGAR

BAGH RAOJI

BAPA NAGAR

BEADON PURA

CHANDIWALAN

CHUNA MANDI

DB GUPTA ROAD

DEV NAGAR

DORIWALAN

FAIZ ROAD

GAUSHALA BARADARI

GAUSHALA MARG

JHANDEWALAN

JOSHI ROAD

KASERUWALAN

KATRA GANGA BISHAN

KISHAN GANJ

KISHAN GANJ RAILWAY AREA

LADDU GHATI

MAIN BAZAR PAHAR GANJ

MANAK PURA

MANTOLA

MOHALLA BHAGRAOJI

MOTIA KHAN

MULTANI DHANDA

NAIWALA

NAIWALA, KAROL BAGH

NEW ROHTAK ROAD

RAIGAR PURA

RAILWAY COLONY BASANT ROAD

RAMJAS ROAD

REGAR PURA

SHIDHI PURA

SHORA KOTHI

SIDHIPURA

TIBBIA COLLEGE

24PATEL NAGARANAND PARBAT THAN SINGH NAGAR

BALJEET NAGAR

DMS PATEL NAGAR

DTC COLONY PATEL NAGAR

EAST PATEL NAGAR

MC PRY SCHOOL MOLAR BASTI

NEHRU NAGAR

NEW RANJIT NAGAR

NEW RANJIT NAGAR (DDA FLATS)

OLD RANJIT NAGAR

PARSAD NAGAR

PATEL NAGAR

PREM NAGAR

RANJEET NAGAR

SHADI KHAM PUR

SHADI KHAMPUR

SHADI PUR MOLAR BASTI

SHADIPUR MOLAR BASTI

SOUTH PATEL NAGAR

WEST PATEL NAGAR

25MOTI NAGARMOTI NAGAR

ASHOKA PARK EAST PUNJABI BAGH

BHAGWAN DASS NAGAR

EAST PUNJABI BAGH

EAST PUNJABI BAGH

JAIDEV PARK, BHAGWAN DASS NAGAR EXTN.

KARAMPURA

KIRTI NAGAR

KIRTI NAGAR (JAWAHAR CAMP)

KIRTI NAGAR , HARIJAN CAMP

KIRTI NAGAR CHUNA BHATTI INDL. AREA,

KIRTI NAGAR INDL. AREA

KIRTI NAGAR INDL. AREA (KAMLA NEHRU CAMP)

KIRTI NAGAR TIMBER MARKET

MADAN PARK

MANOHAR PARK EAST PUNJABI BAGH

MANSAROVER GARDEN

MOTI NAGAR

NAJAFGARH ROAD FACTORIES

NEW MOTI NAGAR

NEW MOTI NAGAR H-IL COLONY GURUNANAK COLONY

NEW MOTI NAGAR KARAM PURA MARKET

NEW MOTI NAGAR, FIRE STATION, . H-IL COLONY

RAILWAY COLONY EAST PUNJABI BAGH

RAJOURI GARDEN

RAJOURI GARDEN .BANK ENCLAVE

RAMA ROAD

RAMA ROAD ZAKHIRA

RAMESH NAGAR

RAMESH NAGAR (SHARDAPURI)

SARASWATI GARDEN

SHARDAPURI MANSAROVER GARDEN

SUDERSHAN PARK

T HUTS NEAR SOI STEEL INDUSTRY, RAMA ROAD

ZAKHIRA

ZAKHIRA (RAKHI MARKET)

ZAKHIRA AMAR PARK

ZAKHIRA DAYA BASTI RLY STATION

26MADIPUR (SC)BALI NAGAR

BASAI DARAPUR

MADIPUR

MADIPUR COLONY

MADIPUR JJ COLONY

MADIPUR VILLAGE

PASCHIM PURI

PUNJABI BAGH

PUNJABI BAGH EXTENSION

PUNJABI BAGH EXTN

RAGHUBIR NAGAR

RAJA GARDEN

RAJOURI GARDEN EXTN

SFS MADIPUR

SFS MADIPUR COMMUNITY CENTER

TAGORE GARDEN EXT.

VISHAL ENCLAVE

27RAJOURI GARDENCHAND NAGAR

CHAUKHANDI

GANGA RAM VATIKA

GURU GOVIND SINGH RAGHUBIR NAGAR

HMP RAGHUBIR NAGAR

HMP, RGB RAGHUBI NAGAR

J J COLONY CHAUKHANDI

J J COLONY KHYALA

KHYALA VILLAGE

MUKH RAM GARDEN

MUKH RAM GARDEN EXTN

MUKHARJI PARK

MUKHERJEE PARK EXTN

MUKHRA PARK EXTN

NARSING GARDEN

RAGHUBIR NAGAR

RAJOURI GARDEN

RAM NAGAR

RAVI NAGAR

RGB, RGA RAGHUBIR NAGAR

SANT NAGAR

SANT NAGAR EXTN

SHAM NAGAR EXTN.

SHAYAM NAGAR

SHYAM NAGAR

SHYAM NAGAR VISHNU GARDEN

TAGORE GARDEN

TAGORE GARDEN EXTN

TC CAMP RAGHUBIR NAGAR

TILAK NAGAR

TITAR PUR

TITAR PUR & TAGORE GARDEN

VISHNU GARDEN

28HARI NAGARASHA PARK

FATEH NAGAR

GOPAL NAGAR

HARI NAGAR

HARI NAGAR MAYA PURI

HARI NAGAR PRATAP NAGAR

JANAK PARK

JANAK PURI

JANAKPURI

LAJWANTI GARDEN

MAYA PURI

MAYAPURI, PH-II KHAZAN BASTI

MAYAPURI, PH-II, KHAZAN BASTI

MAYAPURI, PH-IIKHAZAN BASTI

MAYAPURIPH-II, KHAZAN BASTI

NANGAL RAYA

NANGAL RAYA VILLAGE

PARTAP NAGAR

SUBHASH NAGAR

TIHAR VILLAGE

VIKRANT ENCLAVE

29TILAK NAGARAJAY ENCLAVE, ASHOK NAGAR ASHOK NAGAR

ASHOK NAGAR

ASHOK NAGAR DOUBLE & SINGLE QUARTER

GANESH NAGAR

GURU NANAK NAGAR

HARIJAN COLONY DOUBLE STOREY

INDRA CAMP NO4 VIKAS PURI

JANTA FLAT KG-3 VIKAS PURI

JANTA FLATS SITE I & BLOCK A VIKAS PURI

JANTA FLATS SITE-1 VIKAS PURI

KESHOPUR TANK

KESHOPUR VILLAGE

KRISHNA PARK

KRISHNA PARK EXTN

KRISHNA PURI

LIG FLAT KG-2 VIKAS PURI

M.B.S. NAGAR SATN GARH

MEENAKSHI GARDEN TILAK NAGAR POLICE STATION

NEW KRISHNA PARK AND P M SOCIETY FLATS

NEW MAHAVIR NAGAR

NEW MAHAVIR NAGAR DELHI ADM QTR

NEW MAHAVIR NAGAR KRISHNA PARK GALI NO 16, 17, 13, 14

NEW MAHAVIR NAGAR L BLOCK GALI NO 21, 22, 18, 19, 20

NEW MAHAVIR NAGAR L-2 BLOCK

NEW SHAHPURA M.B.S. NAGAR

OLD MAHAVIR NAAR S-4

OLD MAHAVIR NAGAR

POLICE COLONY QUARTERS VIKAS PURI

PRITHVI PARK

RAVI NAGAR EXTN

RESETTLEMENT COLONY BLOCK B KHYALA

RESETTLEMENT COLONY KHYALA

SANT GARH

SHANKAR GARDEN A& B BLOCK VIKAS PURI KRISHNA PARK

SHANKAR GARDEN T-HUT VIKAS PURI

TILAK NAGAR

TILAK VIHAR

VIKAS KUNJ VIKAS PURI

VIKAS KUNJ VIKAS PURI

VIKAS PURI

VIKAS PURI BLOCK A

VIKAS PURI EXT

VISHNU GARDEN

VISHNU GARDEN EXT

30JANAK PURICHANAKYA PLACE

CHANAKYA PLACE PART-I

CHANAKYA PLACE PART-II

DAYAL SIR COLONY UTTAM NAGAR

EAST UTTAM NAGAR

HARI NAGAR

INDIRA PARK

INDIRA PARK EXT & RAM DATT ENCLAVE

JANAK PURI

JANAKPURI

JEEWAN PARK

MAHAVIR ENCLAVE Par2 & PART-III

MAHAVIR ENCLAVE PART-2

MAHAVIR ENCLAVE PART-3

MAHAVIR ENCLAVE PART-II

MAHAVIR ENCLAVE PART-III

MAHINDRA PARK

OLD SITA PURI

PREM NAGAR UTTAM NAGAR

SHIV NAGAR

SITA PURI

SITA PURI EXT

SITA PURI PART-I

SITA PURI PART-I & HARIJAN BASTI SITA PURI

SITA PURI PART-II

TIHAR JAIL

UTTAM NAGAR

VARINDER NAGAR

31VIKASPURIA-1 BLOCK HASTSAL ROAD, UTTAM NAGAR

A-1 BLOCK MARKET HASTSAL ROAD, UTTAM NAGAR

A-1 BLOCK, OM VIHAR PH-V

A-2 & B-2 BLOCK HASTSAL VIHAR

A-2 BLOCK HASTSAL ROAD, UTTAM NAGAR

A-BLOCK HASTSAL ROAD, UTTAM NAGAR

A-BLOCK HASTSAL VIHAR

A-BLOCK VIKAS NAGAR EXTN.

A-BLOCK, J.J.COLONY, HASTSAL

A-BLOCK, J.J.COLONY, SHIV VIHAR

A-BLOCK, VIKAS NAGAR

AG-1, VIKAS PURI

AMAR SINGH PARK, BAPROLA

AMBEDKAR PLACE, BAPROLA

ANAND KUNJ, KG-1, VIKAS PURI

ARUNODAYA & MINOCHA APTTS., VIKAS PURI

B & C-BLOCK VIKAS NAGAR EXTN.

BAKARWALA VILLAGE, BAKKARWALA

BAPROLA VIHAR, BAPROLA

BAPROLA VILLAGE

B-BLOCK, HASTSAL VIHAR

B-BLOCK, J.J.COLONY, HASTSAL

B-BLOCK, J.J.COLONY, SHIV VIHAR

B-BLOCK, VIKAS NAGAR

BLOCK-A, VIKAS NAGAR PH-1

BLOCK-B, VIKAS NAGAR PH-II & III

BRAHMPURI, RANHOLA

C, D, E & F BLOCK, VIKAS NAGAR

C-BLOCK VIKAS PURI

C-BLOCK, J.J.COLONY, HASTSAL

C-BLOCK, J.J.COLONY, SHIV VIHAR

CHANCHAL PARK BAKKARWALA

D & E BLOCK, VIKAS NAGAR

D-1 BLOCK, OM VIHAR PH-V

D-2 BLOCK, OM VIHAR PH-V

DALL MILL ROAD, UTTAM NAGAR

DASS GARDEN, BAPROLA

D-BLOCK, HASTSAL VIHAR

D-BLOCK, J.J.COLONY, SHIV VIHAR

D-BLOCK, OM VIHAR PH-V

DEEP ENCLAVE, VIKAS NAGAR

DEEP VIHAR, VIKAS NAGAR

DEEPAK VIHAR, VIKAS NAGAR

DEFENCE ENCLAVE, MOHAN GARDEN

DG-1, VIKAS PURI

DG-II, VIKAS PURI

DG-III & CHARAK SADAN, VIKAS PURI

DG-III, VIKAS PURI

E & E1 BLOCK, OM VIHAR PH-V

E & G-BLOCK, HASTSAL VIHAR

E-BLOCK, J.J.COLONY, SHIV VIHAR

E-BLOCK, OM VIHAR PH-V

E-BLOCK, OM VIHAR PH-V & ROOP VIHAR

F-BLOCK, HASTSAL VIHAR

F-BLOCK, VIKAS PURI

FG-1, AIRPORT, OXFORD SR. SEC. SCHOOL APTTS., VIKAS PURI

G-1 BLOCK GOVERDHAN PARK, UTTAM NAGAR

GUPTA ENCLAVE, VIKAS NAGAR

GURDAYAL VIHAR BAKKARWALA

HASTSAL ROAD, UTTAM NAGAR

HASTSAL VILLAGE

HEMANT ENCLAVE & TILAK ENCLAVE, MOHAN GARDEN

INDIRA CAMP NO.3, VIKAS PURI

INDIRA CAMP NO.5, VIKAS PURI

J J COLONY, BAKKARWALA

JAI VIHAR (HARPHOOL VIHAR), BAPROLA

JAI VIHAR BAPROLA

JAI VIHAR EXTN. BAPROLA

JANTA FLATS, HASTSAL

JANTA FLATS, SITE-3, VIKAS PURI

JHUGGI, KALI BASTI, HASTSAL

K-5 EXTN. MOHAN GARDEN

K-6 & K-5 EXTN., MOHAN GARDEN

KALI BASTI, T-CAMP, HASTSAL

KANGRA NIKETAN, VIKAS PURI

KG-1 VIKAS PURI

KG-1, MG-1, VIKAS PURI

KRISHI APPTT., VIKAS PURI

KUNWAR SINGH NAGAR, RANHOLA

LIG FLATS, HASTSAL

LIONS ENCLAVE, VIKAS NAGAR

M, M EXTN. & A-BLOCK VIKAS NAGAR

MAHARANI ENCLAVE, VIKAS NAGAR

MAHENDRA, GULMOHAR, SHIVAM

MAHESH VIHAR, OM VIHAR

M-BLOCK, VIKAS PURI

MEHTA ENCLAVE, RAJHANS VIHAR, BHIM ENCLAVE, VIKAS NAGAR

NANGLI VIHAR EXTN. BAPROLA

NEW SAINIK VIHAR MOHAN GARDEN

NIGHTINGALE, EVERSHINE, VIASHALI

OM VIHAR, PH-V

PARMARTH APTT., RAKSHA VIKAS, LOKVIHAR

POONAM VIHAR, PANCHSHEEL ENCLAVE, MOHAN GARDEN

PRASHANT ENCLAVE, BAPROLA

PRESS ENCLAVE, VIKAS NAGAR

PRIYA SADAN & RAVI APTTS., VIKAS PURI

PROMISE & PANCHWATI SOCIETY, VIKAS PURI

PURTI, ORDINANCE & NAVYUG APTTS., VIKAS PURI

R-4 & 5 BLOCK, MOHAN GARDEN

RAJAN VIHAR, VIKAS NAGAR

RAKSHA ENCLAVE, MOHAN GARDEN

RANHOLA VILLAGE

R-BLOCK, VIKAS NAGAR

RISHAL GARDEN, RANHOLA

SAI ENCLAVE, MOHAN GARDEN

SAINIK ENCLAVE MOHAN GARDEN

SAINIK ENCLAVE, MOHAN GARDEN

SAINIK ENCLAVE, VIKAS NAGAR

SAINIK ENCLAVE, KUMHAAR COLONY

SAINIK VIHAR, MOHAN GARDEN

SAMAJ KALYAN, MAYA APTTS., VIKAS PURI

S-BLOCK, VIKAS NAGAR

SETHI ENCLAVE, MOHAN GARDEN

SHIV RAM PARK EXTN. RANHOLA

SHIV VIHAR, RANHOLA

SITE-II & C-BLOCK, VIKAS PURI

SITE-IV, GANGOTRI APTTS, VIKAS PURI

SUNRISE, JUPITAR & NALNANDA

SURAKSHA VIHAR, VIKAS NAGAR

SURAKSHA, ENCLAVE

SURYA KIRAN, ARJUN GEVA & PANCHDEEP APTTS., VIKAS PURI

TILAK ENCLAVE, GANGA VIHAR, MOHAN GARDEN

TILANG PUR KOTLA, VIHAR

TILANGPUR KOTLA VILLAGE

TYAGI ENCLAVE, MOHAN GARDEN

VIDYA VIHAR, HASTSAL

VIKAS ENCLAVE, VIKAS NAGAR

VIKAS KUNJ, VIKAS NAGAR

VIKAS VIHAR, VIKAS NAGAR

VILLAGE BUDHELA

YADAV ENCLAVE, VIKAS NAGAR

32UTTAM NAGARVIPIN GARDEN

ANAND VIHAR

ANOOP NAGAR

BHAGWATI GARDEN

BHAGWATI VIHAR

BINDA PUR

BINDAPUR

GEETA ENCLAVE

GULAB BAGH

INDRA PARK

JANAKI PURI

KESHO RAM PARK

KIRAN GARDEN

MOHAN GARDEN

NAND RAM PARK

NAWADA

NEW JANAKI PURI

OM VIHAR

PRATAP GARDEN

RAMA PARK

ROHTASH NAGAR

SANJAY ENCLAVE

SANTOSH PARK

SEWAK PARK

SUBHASH PARK

UTTAM NAGAR

UTTAM VIHAR

VANI VIHAR

VIJAY VIHAR

VIKAS VIHAR

VIPIN GARDEN

VISHU VIHAR

33DWARKABRAHMPURI , PANKHA ROAD

DABRI EXT.

DABRI VAISHALI

DABRI VILLAGE

DABRI VILLAVE

DASHRATH PURI

DDA POCKET-6, NASIR PUR

DURGA PARK

EAST SAGAR PUR

EAST SAGAR PUR BASTI

EAST SAGAR PUR HARIJAN BASTI

G BLOCK, SAGARPUR WEST

GANDHI MARKET, WEST SAGARPUR

GEETANJALI PARK, WEST SAGARPUR

H BLOCK, WEST SAGARPUR

HARIJAN BASTI, WEST SAGARPUR

I BLOCK, WEST SAGARPUR

INDRAPARK, PALAM COLONY

J BLOCK, SAGARPUR WEST

JAGDAMBA VIHAR , WEST SAGARPUR

KAILASH PURI EXTENSION

KAMAL PARK, PALAM

M BLOCK, WEST SAGARPUR

MADAN PURI, WEST SAGARPUR

MAHAVIR ENCLAVE

MAHAVIR ENCLAVE-I

MAIN SAGAR PUR

MAIN SAGAR PUR, GALI NO. 7

MANGALA PURI

MOHAN BLOCK, WEST SAGARPUR

NASIR PUR VILLAGE

NASIR PUR VILLAGE, HARIZAN BASTI

PANKHA ROAD MOHAN NAGAR

PANKHA ROAD VASIST PARK

PANKHA ROAD, VASIST PARK

RAGHU NAGAR

SAGARPUR WEST, DAYAL PARK

SAGARPUR WEST, HANSA PARK

SAGARPUR, SHIV PURI

SANKAR PARK, WEST SAGARPUR

SYNDICATE ENCLAVE

VEER NAGAR, SHANKER PARK

VEER NAGAR, WEST SAGARPUR

WEST SAGARPUR, ASHOK PARK

34MATIALAA BLOCK BHARAT VIHAR KAKRAULA

A BLOCK TARA NAGAR, KAKRAULA VILLAGE

AMBER HAI VILLAGE

ARJUN PARK A BLOCK

ARJUN PARK B BLOCK

ARJUN PARK C BLOCK

ARJUN PARK D BLOCK

BADU SARAI

BAJAJ ENCLAVE EXTN.

BHARAT VIHAR KAKRAULA

CHHAWLA

D BLOCK BHARAT VIHAR KAKRAULA

DARIYA PUR KHURD

DAULATPUR VILLAGE

DEENDARPUR SHYAM VIHAR

DINDARPUR

DINDARPUR VILLAGE SHYAM VIHAR

DWARKA SECTOR 12

DWARKA SECTOR 14

DWARKA SECTOR 11 & 12

DWARKA SECTOR 13

DWARKA SECTOR 13 & 14

DWARKA SECTOR 13 & SFS FLATS

DWARKA SECTOR 13 & 14

DWARKA SECTOR 13& 14

DWARKA SECTOR 16A J J COLONY

DWARKA SECTOR- 18A & 17

DWARKA SECTOR 22 & 23

DWARKA SECTOR 3 J J COLONY

DWARKA SECTOR-10

DWARKA SECTOR-11

DWARKA SECTOR-11& 12

DWARKA SECTOR-16A J J COLONY

DWARKA SECTOR-17, 18A & 19

DWARKA SECTOR-17, 18A & 19

DWARKA SECTOR-19

DWARKA SECTOR-22 & 23

DWARKA SECTOR-3

DWARKA SECTOR-3 DDA PKT

DWARKA SECTOR-4

DWARKA SECTOR-5

DWARKA SECTOR-6

DWRKA SECTOR-10

GALIBPUR VILLAGE

GHASIPURA

GHASIPURA ISHWAR COLONY

GHASIPURA NANGLI DAIRY

GHASIPURA NANGLI VIHAR

GHUMAN HERA VILLAGE

GOYLA DAIRY JHUGGI BASTI

GOYLA KHURD VILLAGE

HARI VIHAR KAKRAULA

HASANPUR VILLAGE

JAIN COLONY PART-I

JAIN COLONY PART-II& III

JAIN PARK A BLOCK

JAIN PARK B, C& D BLOCK

JHATIKRA VILLAGE

JHULJHULI VILLAGE

KAKRAULA VILLAGE

KANGANHERI

KHARKHARI (NAHAR)

KHARKHARI JATMAL

KHARKHARI RAUNDH VILLAGE

KHERA DABUR

MANSA RAM PARK

MANSA RAM PARK B BLOCK

MANSA RAM PARK B& C BLOCK

MANSA RAM PARK E BLOCK

MATIALA VILLAGE

MATIALA VILLAGE NANHE PARK

NANAKHERI

NAND VIHAR KAKRAULA DAIRY

NANGLI SAKRAWATI

NANGLI SAKRAWATI ANAND VIHAR

NANHE PARK NEW T BLOCK

OM VIHAR EXTENSION

OM VIHAR EXTENSION KHUSHI RAM PARK

PANDWALA KALAN VILLAGE

PANDWALA KHURD VILLAGE

PAPRAWAT VILLAGE

PATEL GARDEN

POCHAN PUR VILLAGE

POCHAN PUR VILLAGE EXTN.

QUTUB VIHAR C, D & H BLOCK

QUTUB VIHAR PH-1 A& B BLOCK

QUTUB VIHAR PHASE-2 A& B BLOCK

QUTUB VIHAR PHASE-2 C& D BLOCK

QUTUB VIHAR PHASE-2 E BLOCK

QUTUB VIHAR PHASE-2 F BLOCK

RANAJI ENCLAVE PART-1

RANAJI ENCLAVE PART-2

RANAJI ENCLAVE PART-3

RAWTA VILLAGE

RAWTA VILLAGE/DAURALA VILLAGE

REWLA KHANPUR VILLAGE

SAHYOG VIHAR (MATIALA)

SAINIK NAGAR

SARANGPUR

SECTOR -15 POCKET A BHARAT VIHAR

SECTOR 15 POCKET A J J COLONY BHARAT VIHAR

SECTOR 15 POCKET B J J COLONY BHARAT VIHAR

SHIKARPUR VILLAGE

SRI CHAND PARK MATIALA VILLAGE

SUKHI RAM PARK, GURU HAR KISHAN NAGAR

TAJPUR KHURD VILLAGE

VIKAS VIHAR KAKRAULA

VISHWAS PARK SOLANKI ROAD & SHIKSHA DEEP PUBLIC SCHOOL

35NAJAFGARHBABA HARIDASS ENCLAVE

BAKARGARH

BOSCO COLONY GOPAL NAGAR

CHANDAN PLACE, SARSWATI KUNJ

DHANSA

DHARAMPURA

DHARAMPURA EXTN.

DHARAMSHALA AREA GOPAL NAGAR

DICHAON KALAN

GOPAL NAGAR

GOPAL NAGAR EXTN.

GULIA ENCLAVE, RAJEEV VIHAR

HAIBATPURA

HANUMAN MANDIR GOPAL NAGAR

HEERA PARK

INDRA PARK

ISSAPUR

JAFFARPUR KALAN

JAI VIHAR

JHARODA KALAN

KAIR

KAZI PUR

KHAIRA

LAXMI GARDENROSHAN MANDI

LOKESH PARK

MAIN NAJAFGARH

MAKSOODABAD COLONY

MALIK PUR

MD ROAD GOPAL NAGAR

MITRAON

MUNDELA KALAN

MUNDELA KHURD

NANAK PIYAOO GOPAL NAGAR

NANDA ENCLAVE

NAVEEN PLACE, SURYA KUNJ

NAWADA BAZAR

NAYA BAZAR

NEW HEERA PARK, NAJAFGARH PARK COLONY

NEW ROSHANPURA

NEW ROSHANPURA EXTN.

NEW ROSHANPURA VILLAGE

OLD ROSHANPURA

POLICE STATION TRANSFORMER

PREM NAGAR

RAIL FACTORY ROAD GOPAL NAGAR

RGHUBIR ENCLAVE, BLOCK - B C-HEERA PARK

ROSHAN GARDEN

ROSHAN VIHAR

SAINIK ENCLAVE

SAINIK ENCLAVE NEAR INDRA PARK

SAMASPUR KHALSA

SARASWATI ENCLAVE

SHIV ENCLAVE

SURAKHPUR

SUREHRA

THANA ROAD

TODARMAL COLONY

UGAR SEN PARK

UJWA VILLAGE

VINOBA ENCLAVE

36BIJWASANBagdola

Bamnoli

Bharthal

Bijwasan

Dhool Siras

DWARKA

Kapashera

Mahipal Pur

RAJ NAGAR-II

Rangpuri

RANGPURI PAHARI

Samalka

Shahbad Mohammad Pur

Vasant Kunj

37PALAMBHARAT VIHAR/ RAJA PURI C, BLOCK

BHARAT VIHAR/ RAJA PURI , B BLOCK

BHARAT VIHAR/ RAJA PURI A, BLOCK

DWARKA J J COLONY SECTOR -7

DWARKA PURI

DWARKA PURI/VIJAY ENCLAVE

DWARKA SECTOR-1 JJ COLONY A& B BLOCK

DWARKA SECTOR-1 JJ COLONY C BLOCK

DWARKA SECTOR-2

DWRKA SECTOR-7

EAST RAJAPURI B2 & T BLOCK

HARIJAN BASTI/ PALAM EXTN.

INDRA PARK

INDRAPARK, PALAM COLONY

KAILAS PURI

KAILASH PURI

MADHU VIHAR

MADHU VIHAR (A-BLOCK)

MADHU VIHAR(A1-BLOCK)

MAHAVIR ENCLAVE-I

MAHAVIR VIHAR A BLOCK

MAHAVIR VIHAR B & RZ BLOCK

MAHAVIR VIHAR C BLOCK

MAHAVIR VIHAR D BLOCK

OLD RAJAPURI & RAJAPURI A & A1 BLOCK

PALAM VILLAGE

PALAM VILLAGE BALMIKI VIHAR

PALAM VILLAGE, DDA LIG FLATS

PURAN NAGAR

PURAN NAGAR PALAM

RAJ NAGAR-I (PALAM)

RAJA PURI

RAJA PURI K , BLOCK

RAJA PURI K1, BLOCK

RAJA PURI B BLOCK

RAJA PURI B, D, D1 BLOCK

RAJA PURI B1 & C1 BLOCK

RAJA PURI G BLOCK

RAJA PURI H & H1 BLOCK

RAJA PURI J, I BLOCK

RAJAPURI E & F BLOCK

SADH NAGAR

SADH NAGAR, PALAM COLONY

SADH NAGAR-II

SEC-1 PAPPANKALAN DWARKA

TAMIL ENCLAVE

VIJAY ENCLAVE

VINOD PURI/VIJAY ENCLAVE

VISHWAS PARK B, Block

VISHWAS PARK A , Block

VISHWAS PARK EXTN F-BLOCK

VISHWAS PARK EXTN E -BLOCK

VISHWAS PARK EXTN G BLOCK

VISHWAS PARK RZ & T BLOCK

VISHWAS PARK T EXTN BLOCK

VISHWAS PARK(C, D BLOCK)

38DELHI CANTTARJUN VIHAR

BAPU DHAM

BAPU DHAM CHANAKYA PURI

BRAR SQUARE

CB NARAINA

CHANAKYA PURI

COD ME LINE KIRBY PLACE

CVD LINE SADAR BAZAR

DHAULA KUAN

DHOBI GHAT KIRBY PLACE

GOPI NATH BAZAR

GOPINATH BAZAR

JHARERA VILLAGE

KABUL LINE

KAUTILYA MARG

MANAS MARG BAPU DHAM

MEHRAM NAGAR

MORE LINE

MOTI BAGH - I

MOTI BAGH -1

NETAJI NAGAR

OLD NANGAL

PANCHVATI

PINTO PARK

RK PURAM SECTOR-13

ROCK VIEW

SADAR BAZAR

SARDAR PATEL MARG

SATYA MARG

SUBROTO PARK

URI ENCLAVE

VINAY MARG

39RAJENDRA NAGARDASGHARA/TODAPUR

INDERPURI

J J COLONY INDERPURI

KAROL BAGH

KAROL BAGH PUSA ROAD

KRISHI KUNJ

LOHA MANDI NARAINA

NARAINA

NARAINA VIHAR

PANDAV NAGAR

PUSA INSTITUTE

RAJINDER NAGAR

40NEW DELHIALI GANJ

ANSARI NAGAR (EAST)

ANSARI NAGAR (WEST)

ARMY PUBLIC SCHOOL

ASHOK ROAD

ATUL GROVER ROAD

AURANGZEB ROAD

B. K. DUTT COLONY

BABA KHADAK SINGH MARG

BABA KHARAG SINGH MARG

BABAR ROAD

BANGALI MARKET

BANGLA SAHIB ROAD

BAPA NAGAR

BARAKHAMBA ROAD

BASANT LANE

BHAGWAN DASS ROAD

CHELMSFORD ROAD

CONNAUGHT PLACE

COPERNICUS MARG

FIROZSHAH ROAD

GOLF LINKS

GURUDWARA RAKAB GANJ ROAD

HAILEY ROAD

HANUMAN ROAD

JANPATH

JASWANT SINGH ROAD

JOR BAGH

K G MARG

KAKA NAGAR

KALI BARI MARG

KASHTURBA GANDHI MARG

KHAN MARKET

KIDWAI NAGAR (EAST)

KIDWAI NAGAR (WEST)

KIDWAI NAGAR WEST

KIDWAI NAGAR(EAST)

LAXMI BAI NAGAR

LODHI COLONY

LODHI ESTATE

MAHARISHI RAMAN MARG

MAN SINGH ROAD

MANDIR MARG

MAULANA AZAD ROAD

MOTHER TERESSA CRESCENT

NAUROJI NAGAR

NORTH AVENUE

PALIKA KUNJ

PALIKA NIWAS

PANCHKUIAN ROAD

PANDARA PARK

PANDARA ROAD

PESHWA ROAD

PILLANGI VILLAGE

PRESIDENT ESTATE

PRITHVI RAJ ROAD

PURANA QUILLA ROAD

RACE COURSE

RACE COURSE ROAD

RAJA BAZAR

RAMA KRISHNA ASHRAM MARG

RAVINDRA NAGAR

SAFDARJUNG AIRPORT

SAROJINI NAGAR

SHAHEED BHAGAT SINGH MARG

SIKANDRA ROAD

SOUTH AVENUE

SOUTH END LANE

SUJAN SINGH PARK

SUNEHRI BAGH

TAL KATORA ROAD

TEEN MURTI MARG

TEES JANUARY MARG

TILAK MARG

41JANGPURAASHRAM

BHOGAL

DARYA GANJ

DARYAGANJ

HARI NAGAR ASHRAM

HAZRAT NIZAMUDDIN WEST

JAL VIHAR

JANGPURA B

JANGPURA EXT.

JANGPURA LANE

JANGPURA MATHURA ROAD

KILOKARI

LAJPAT NAGAR I

LAJPAT NAGAR II

NEHRU NAGAR

NIZAMUDDIN WEST

NIZAUDDIN WEST

P.S.STAAF QTRS

PRAGATI MAIDAN

RAJ GHAT

RING ROAD IP DEPOT

SARAI KALE KHAN

SARAIKALE KHAN

SIDHARTH BASTI

SIDHARTH EXT.

SUNDER NAGAR

SUNLIGHT COLONY

TILAK BRIDGE

VIKRAM NAGAR

42KASTURBA NAGARANDREWS GANJ

AYURVIGYAN NAGAR

BAPU PARK KOTLA MUBARAKPUR

BLOCK-A DEFENCE COLONY

BLOCK-C DEFENCE COLONY

BLOCK-C LAJPAT NAGAR-I

BLOCK-D DEFENCE COLONY

GARHI

INA COLONY

JANG PURA EXTNSION

KOTLA MUBARAK PUR

LAJPAT NAGAR

LAJPAT NAGAR PART -IV

LAJPAT NAGAR PART-IV

LAJPAT NAGAR-I

LAJPAT NAGAR-III

LODHI COLONY

LODHI ROAD

LODHI ROAD COMPLEX

LODHI ROAD COMPLEX

N D S E PART II

NDSE-I

PANT NAGAR

SADIQ NAGAR

SANWAL NAGAR

SEWA NAGAR

SOUTH EXTENSION PART II

SOUTH EXTENSION-I

SRINIWAS PURI

TYAG RAJ NAGAR

VILLAGE ALI GANJ

VILLAGE PILLANJI

VILLANGE ALI GANJ

WAZIR NAGAR

43MALVIYA NAGARADCHINI VILLAGE

ADHCHINI & NCERT

ARJUN NAGAR

BEGUM PUR BALMILKI CAMP

BEGUM PUR INDRA CAMP

BEGUM PUR VILLAGE

GAUTAM NAGAR

GEETANJALI & MALVIYA NAGAR

GEETANJALI & NAVJIVAN VIHAR

GREEN PARK EXTENSION

GREEN PARK MAIN

GULMOHAR ENCLAVE

GULMOHAR PARK

HAUZ KHAS

HAUZ KHAS ENCLAVE

HAUZ KHAS VILLAGE

HAUZ RANI

HUMAYUN PUR VILLAGE

IIT CAMPUS

JIA SARAI

KALU SARAI VILLAGE

KHIRKI VILLAGE

KRISHNA NAGAR

MALVIYA NAGAR

MASJID MOTH

MAY FAIR GARDEN

MMTC COLONY

NAVKETAN GROUP HOUSING SOCIETY

NCERT

NCERT STAFF QRTS

NITI BAGH

PADMINI ENCLAVE

POLICE TRAINING SCHOOL

QUTUB INSTITUTIONAL AREA

SAFDARJUNG DEVELOPMENT AREA BHIM NAGRI

SAFDARJUNG ENCLAVE

SARVODAYA ENCLAVE

SARVPRIYA VIHAR

SHIVALIK

SONA APPARTMENT

STC COLONY

UDAY PARK

YUSUF SARAI

YUSUF SRAI & GREEN PARK EXTENSION

44R.K.PURAMANAND NIKETAN

Basant Nagar

MOHAMMAD PUR VILLAGE

MUNIRKA DDA FLATS

Munirka Village

NANAK PURA

R K Puram Sec-1

R K Puram Sec-10

R K Puram Sec-12

R K Puram Sec-2

R K Puram Sec-3

R K Puram Sec-4

R K Puram Sec-5

R K Puram Sec-6

R K Puram Sec-7

R K Puram Sec-8

R K Puram Sec-9

R.K.PURAM SEC-12

SATYA NIKETAN

Vasant Vihar

45MEHRAULIBER SARAI

JNU (JAWAHAR LAL NEHRU UNIVERSITY)

KATWARIA SARAI

KISHAN GARH VILLAGE

KUSUMPUR PAHARI

LADO SARAI

MASOOD PUR

MEHRAULI

RAJOKARI VILLAGE

SAKET

VASANT KUNJ

46CHHATARPURASOLA

AYA NAGAR

BHATTI MINES

BHATTI VILLAGE

CHANDAN HULLA

CHATTARPUR

DERA VILLAGE

FATEHPUR BERI

GADAI PUR

GHITORNI

JONAPUR

MAIDAN GARHI

MANDI VILLAGE

MANGLA PURI

NEB SARAI

RAJPUR KHURD

SAIDULAJAB

SATBARI

SHAHURPUR

SULTAN PUR

47DEOLI (SC)DAKSHINPURI EXTENSION

DEOLI EXTENSION

DEOLI VILLAGE

DURGA VIHAR

J.J.CAMP, TIGRI

J.J.COLONY, TIGRI

MADANGIR VILLAGE

NAI BASTI

SAINIK FARM

SANGAM VIHAR

SANJAY CAMP

SHAHEED CAMP

SOUTH ENCLAVE DDA FLATS

SUBHASH CAMP

TIGRI EXTENSION

48AMBEDKAR NAGAR (SC)BIHARI PARK, KHANPUR

DAKSHIN PURI

DUGGAL COLONY, KHANPUR

J.J.COLONY, KHANPUR

JAWAHAR PARK

KHANPUR

KHANPUR EXTN

KHANPUR VILLAGE

KRISHNA PARK

MADANGIR

MADANGIR DDA FLATS

PUSHP VIHAR

RAJU PARK, KHANPUR

SAINIK FARM

SHIV PARK, KHANPUR

49SANGAM VIHARHAMDARD NAGAR

LAL KUAN

SANGAM VIHAR

TUGHLAKABAD EXTENSION

TUGHLAKABAD EXTENSION, TA-BLOCK

50GREATER KAILASHASIAD VILLAGE COMPLEX

C R PARK

CHIRAG DELHI

CHIRAG ENCLAVE HEMKUNT

DDA JANTA FLATS KHIRKI VILLAGE

DDA MASJID MOTH PHASE-I

DDA MIG/SFS SHEIKH SARAI PH-I

DDA SFS SHEIKH SARAI PH-I

EAST OF KAILASH

EAST OF KAILASH (KAILASH TOWER)

EPR REFUGEE REH HOUSING BLDG SOCIETY

G K II

G.K II

GREATER KAILASH - 1

GREATER KAILASH 1

GREATER KAILASH-I

ICAR COLONY (KRISHI VIHAR)

JAGDAMBA CAMP

KAILASH COLONY

KALKA JI

KALKAJI

KHIRKI EXTENSION

MASJID MOTH

PAMPOSH ENCLAVE

PANCHSHEEL COLONY (EAST) SWAMI COLONY

PANCHSHEEL COLONY (GOKUL WALI MASJID)

PANCHSHEEL COLONY/SADNA

PANCHSHEEL ENCLAVE (MASJID MOTH)

PANCHSHEEL PARK (SOUTH)

PANCHSHEEL PARK(EAST)

PANCHSHEEL VIHAR

RPS DDA FLATS SHEIKH SARAI PHASE-I

SANT NAGAR

SAVITRI NAGAR

SHAHPUR JAT

SHEIKH SARAI-PHASE-II

ZAMRUD PUR

51KALKAJIBHARAT NAGAR

EAST OF KAILASH

GARHI EAST OF KAILASH

GIRI NAGAR

GOVIND PURI

ISHWAR NAGAR

KALKAJI

MAHARANI BAGH

MASIH GARH

NEW FRIENDS COLONY

SARAI JULLENA

SHYAM NAGAR

SRINIWASPURI

SUKHDEV VIHAR

52TUGHLAKABADGOLA KUAN

HARKESH NAGAR

INDRA KALYAN VIHAR

J.J. CAMP

J.J.R.CAMP OKHLA INDUSTRIAL AREA PH-II

JANTA JEEWAN CAMP

KALKAJI EXTN

LAL KUAN

MAJDOOR KALYAN CAMP

MAJDOOR KALYAN VIHAR

MOHAN CO-OPERATIVE

NEW SANJAY CAMP

NEW SANJAY COLONY

OKHLA INDUSTRIAL AREA

OKHLA PH-III

PUL PRAHLAD PUR

RAILWAY COLONY TUGHLKABAD

SANJAY COLONY

SANJAY COLONY OKHLA INDUSTRIAL AREA

SONIYA GANDHI CAMP

TEHKHAND VILLAGE

TUGHLAKABAD

TUGHLAKABAD VILLAGE

YOGHSHALA CAMP

53BADARPURBADARPUR

GAUTAM PURI

HARI NAGAR

JAITPUR

MITHAPUR

MOLARBAND

SAURABH VIHAR

TAJPUR

54OKHLAAALI VIHAR

ABUL FAZAL ENCLAVE

ALI VILLAGE

BATLA HOUSE

CANAL COLONY

GAFFAR MANZIL

GHAFOOR NAGAR

HAZI COLONY

JAMIA NAGAR

JASOLA EXTENSION

JASOLA VIHAR

JASOLA VILLAGE

JOGA BAI

JOGABAI

KALINIDI COLONY

KHIZARBAD VILLAGE

MADANPUR KHADAR

MASHIGARH VILLAGE

MUJEEB BAGH

NAI BASTI

NEW FRIENDS COLONY

NOOR NAGAR

OKHLA VIHAR

OKHLA VILLAGE

SARITA VIHAR

SHAHEEN BAGH

TAIMOOR NAGAR

ZAKIR NAGAR

55TRILOKPURI (SC)KOTLA VILLAGE

MAYUR VIHAR

MAYUR VIHAR PHASE-I EXTN.

NEW ASHOK NAGAR

TRILOKPURI

56KONDLIDallupura village

DDA Flats

DDA Janta Flats

Gazipur DDA Flat

Gharoli Dairy Farms

Gharoli Extension

Gharoli village

Kalyanpuri

Khichripur

Kondli

Mayur Vihar-III

New Kondli

Vasundhara Enclave

57PATPARGANJACHARYA NIKETAN

EAST VINOD NAGAR

I.P.EXTENSION

I.P.EXTENSTION PATPARGANJ

KALYAN VAS

KHICHRIPUR VILLAGE

MANDAWALI

MAYUR VIHAR PHASE-I

MAYUR VIHAR PHASE-II

PANDAV NAGAR

PATPARGANJ VILLAGE

SHASHI GARDEN

WEST VINOD NAGAR

58LAXMI NAGARGARHWALI MOHALLA, LAXMI NAGAR

GURU RAMDAS NAGAR

GURURAM DAS NAGAR

KRISHAN KUNJ

KUNDAN NAGAR

LALITA PARK, LAXMI NAGAR

LAXMI NAGAR

MANDWALI

PANDAV NAGAR

RAMESH PARK

SAMAS PUR

SHAKARPUR

59VISHWAS NAGARAGCR ENCL

ANAND VIHAR

ARYA NAGAR

DAYANAND VIHAR

DEFENCE ENCL.

EAST ARJUN NAGAR

EAST LAXMI MARKET NEAR RADHU PALACE

GAGAN VIHAR

GAZI PUR VILLAGE

GROUP HOUSING SOCIETY NEAR DTC DEPOT PATPAR GANJ

GROUP HOUSING SOCIETY, NEAR DTC DEPOT, PATPARGANJ

GUJARAT VIHAR

GURU ANGAD NAGAR

HARGOBIND ENCL

JAGRITI ENCL

JOSHI COLONY NEAR DTC DEPOT PATPARGANJ

karkardooma

KARKARDOOMA VILLAGE

LEHRI COLONY

MADHU VIHAR

MADHUBAN

MANAK VIHAR

NEW RAJDHANI ENCL.

NIRMAN VIHAR

NRIMAN VIHAR

PREET VIHAR

PRIYA ENCALAVE

PUSHPANJALI

RAHU PALACE PATPARGANJ ROAD

RAM VIHAR

SAINI ENCL

SAVITA VIHAR

SHARAD VIHAR

SHRESTHA VIHAR

SURAJMAL VIHAR

SURYA NIKETAN

SWASTHYA VIHAR

VIGYAN VIHAR

VISHWAS NAGAR

VIVEK VIHAR

YOJANA VIHAR

60KRISHNA NAGARANARKALI GARDEN

ARAM PARK & OLD ANARKLI EXTN.

ARJUN NAGAR

BALDEV PARK

BALMIKI BASTI & NEW GANESH PARK

BRIJ PURI & NEW GOVIND PURA

CHANDER NAGAR

CHANDU PARK

CHANDU PARK, NEW LAYAL PUR

EAST BALDEV PARK

EAST KRISHNA NAGAR

GEETA COLONY

GHONDLI VILLAGE

GOPAL PARK

GOPAL PARK & HAZARA PARK

GOVIND PARK

GYAN PARK

HAZARA PARK & SILVER PARK

INDRA PARK

JAGAT PURI

JHEEL KHURANJA

JITAR NAGAR

JITAR NAGAR & OLD GOVIND PURA EXTN.

KHUREJI KHAS

KRISHNA NAGAR

LAXMAN PARK

LAXMAN PARK & CHANDER NAGAR

MAHILA COLONY

MAUSAM VIHAR

NEW BRIJ PURI

NEW BRIJ PURI & NEW GOVIND PURA

NEW GOVIND PURA

NEW GOVIND PURA EXTN. & OLD GOVIND PURA

NEW KRISHNA NAGAR

NEW LAHORE COLONY

NEW LAYAL PUR

OLD ANARKALI

OLD BRIJ PURI

OLD GOVIND PURA

OLD GOVIND PURA & OLD ANARKALI

OLD GOVIND PURA & SOUTH ANARKALI

OLD GOVIND PURA EXTN.

PANDIT PARK & EXTN.SHIVAJI GALI, KRISHNA NAGAR EXTN.SHIVPURI

POLICE COLONY, POLICE STATION PREET VIHAR

RADEHY PURI EXTENSION

RADHEY PURI

RADHEY SHYAM PARK

RADHEY SHYAM PARK EXTN.

RAM NAGAR

RAM NAGAR & RAM NAGAR EXTN.

RAM NAGAR EXTN.

RANI GARDEN

RANI GARDEN EXTN.

RASHID MARKET

RASHID MARKET EXTN.

SHAHI MASJID , RASHID/NEW RASHID MARKET , GANESH PARK

SHASTRI NAGAR

SHASTRI PARK & SATNAM PARK

SHIV PURI

SHIV PURI EXTN. & SHIV PURI

SHYAM NAGAR & OLD GOVIND PURA

SOUTH ANARKALI

SOUTH ANARKALI EXTN.

SOUTH ANARKALI MAIN

TAJ ENCLAVE & GEETA COLONY

61GANDHI NAGARDHARAMPURA

EAST AZAD NAGAR

GANDHI NAGAR

KAILASH NAGAR

KANTI NAGAR

KANTI NAGAR (EAST)

KANTI NAGAR EAST AND EAST AZAD NAGAR

KANTI NAGAR EXTENSION

NEW SEELAM PUR

OLD DHARAMPURA

OLD SEELAMPUR

OLD SEELAMPUR (EAST)

RAGHUBARPURA NO 1

RAGHUBARPURA NO 2

RAJGARH COLONY

SARTAJ MOHALLA

SHANKAR NAGAR

SHANKAR NAGAR EXTENSION

SHASTRI PARK

WEST AZAD NAGAR

62SHAHADARABEHARI COLONY

BHOLA NATH NAGAR

DILSHAD COLONY

DILSHAD GARDEN

FRIENDS COLONY JHILMIL

JHILMIL

JHILMIL COLONY

JHILMIL INDL. AREA

JWALA NAGAR

SEEMA PURI

SHAHDRA

VIVEK VIHAR

63SEEMA PURI (SC)DILASHAD COLONY

DILSHAD GARDEN

GTB ENCLAVE

GTB HOSPITAL CAMPUS

JAGATPURI EXTN.

JANTA FLATS GTB ENCLAVE

NAND NAGARI

NAND NAGRI

NEW SEEMAPURI

SUNDER NAGARI

TAHIRPUR

VILL KHERA

VILL TAHIRPUR

64ROHTAS NAGARA-BLOCK ASHOK NAGAR

B-BLOCK ASHOK NAGAR

BHAGWAN PUR KHERA

BHAGWAN PUR KHERA RAM NAGAR EXTN.

C-1 BLOCK NAND NAGRI

C-2 BLOCK NAND NAGRI

C-3 BLOCK NAND NAGRI

CHANDER LOK

D-1 BLOCK ASHOK NAGAR

D-BLOCK ASHOK NAGAR

D-BLOCK NATTHU COLONY

DURGAPURI

DURGAPURI EXTN.

EAST RAM NAGAR

EAST ROHTASH NAGAR

EAST ROHTASH NAGAR SHIVAJI PARK

E-BLOCK ASHOK NAGAR

HARDEV PURI

JAGAT PURI

JAGJEEVAN NAGAR

JHUGGI OPP. B-BLOCK

KABUL NAGAR

LIG FLATS EAST OF LONI ROAD

MANSAROVER PARK

MANSROVER PARK D.D.A. FLATS

MIG FLATS EAST OF LONI ROAD

NATHU COLONY

NAVEEN SHAHDARA

NEW MODERN SHAHDARA

PANCHSHEEL GARDEN

PANCHSHEEL GARDEN SUBHASH PARK

RAM NAGAR

RAM NAGAR EXT.

SHIVAJI PARK

SHRIRAM NAGAR

SUBHASH PARK

ULDHAN PUR PANCHSHEEL GARDEN

WELCOME SEELAMPUR PH-III

WEST ROHTAS NAGAR

WEST ROHTAS NAGAR MOHAN PARK

65SEELAMPURSEELAMPUR

BRAHAMPURI

BRAHMPURI

CHAUHAN BANGAR

GAUTAM PURI

JAFFRABAD

KAITHWARA

MAUJPUR

NEW SEELAMPUR

NEW USMANPUR

SEELAMPUR

SHASTRI PARK

WELCOME

66GHONDA4TH PUSTA KARTAR NAGAR J-BLOCK

A-BLOCK BHAJAN PURA

AMBEDKAR BASTI

AMBEDKAR BASTI GHONDA VILL

AMBEDKAR MURTI GHONDA VILL

ARVIND NAGAR

B-1, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

B-2, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

B-3, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

B-4, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

B-5, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

B-BLOCK BHAJAN PURA

BHAJAN PURA

BRAHAMPURI X-BLOCK

C-1, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

C-10, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

C-12, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

C-2, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

C-3, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

C-4, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

C-5, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

C-6, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

C-7, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

C-8, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

C-9, BLOCK YAMUNA VIHAR

C-BLOCK BHAJAN PURA

D-BLOCK BHAJAN PURA

D-BLOCK SANJAY MOHALLA

GAMRI EXTN. A-BLOCK

GAMRI EXTN. C-BLOCK

GAMRI EXTN. D-BLOCK

GAMRI VILL.

GARHI MENDU

GAUTAM VIHAR

GHONDA VILLAGE

JAGJIT NAGAR D-BLOCK

JAGJIT NAGAR E-BLOCK

JAGJIT NAGAR G-BLOCK

JAI PARKASH NAGAR

KARTAR NAGAR

KARTAR NAGAR J-BLOCK

KARTAR NAGAR L K C J-BLOCK

KHUMARA MOHLLA GHONDA VILL

SOUTH GAMRIEXTN.

SOUTH GAMRIEXTN. A-BLOCK

SOUTH GAMRIEXTN. B-BLOCK

SUBHASH VIHAR E-BLOCK

SUBHASH VIHAR F-BLOCK

SUBHASH VIHAR NORTH GHONDA

USMAN PUR C-BLOCK

USMANPUR

VIJAY COLONY

VILL GHONDA

VILLAGE USMANPUR

WEST GHONDA K BLOCK

67BABARPURBABAR PUR VILLAGE (EAST BABAR PUR)

BALBIR NAGAR & BALBIR NAGAR EXTN.

BALBIR NAGAR & BALBIR NAGAR EXTN. NALA PAR

BALBIR NAGAR EXTN.

BALBIR NAGAR EXTN. NALA PAR

CHHAJJUPUR (EAST BABAR PUR)

D.D.A FLATS WEST GORAKH PARK

EAST BABARPUR

EAST GORAKH PARK

GHONDA EXTN.

GHONDA EXTN. NOOR-E-ILAHI

HARIJAN BASTI WEST JYOTI NAGAR.

INDIRA NIKETAN

JANTA MAZDOOR COLONY.

JYOTI COLONY

JYOTI NAGAR RISHI KARDAM PURI

KABIR NAGAR

KARDAM PURI

KARDAM PURI EXTN.

KARDAM PURI JYOTI NAGAR

MAUJPUR

NEW JAFARABAD WEST GORAKH PARK

NORTH GHONDA

OLD KARDAM PURI

SHANTI BAZAR WALA ROAD KABIR NAGAR.

SUBHASH MOHALLA NORTH GHONDA

VIJAY PARK

WEST BABARPUR

WEST GORAKHPARK

WEST JYOTI NAGAR

YAMUNA VIHAR

68GOKALPURBHAGIRATHI VIHAR

EAST GOKALPUR

GANGA VIHAR

GOKALPURI

HARSH VIHAR

JOHRIPUR

MANDOLI EXTN.

MANDOLI EXTN

MANDOLI EXTN.

MANDOLI VILL.

MEET NAGAR

MEETNAGAR

PRATAP NAGAR

SABOLI VILL.

SHAKTI GARDEN

VILL. GOKALPUR

VILLAGE GOKALPUR

69MUSTAFABADAMAR VIHAR

AMBIKA VIHAR

BABU NAGAR

BHAGAT VIHAR

BHGIRATH VIHAR

BRIJPURI

CHANDU NAGAR

CHOUHAN PUR

DAYAL PUR

DEVI NAGAR, SHIV VIHAR

E-BLOCK DAYAL PUR EXTN. NEHRU VIHAR

GOVIND VIHAR

GURU NANAK NAGAR

HARIJAN BASTI KARAWAL NAGAR

HARIJAN BASTI SADATPUR VILL

HARIJAN BASTI, KARAWAL NAGAR

KAMAL VIHAR

KARAWAL NAGAR EXT

MAAN SINGH NAGAR

MAHA LAXMI ENCLAVE

MAHA LAXMI VIHAR

MOONGA NAGAR

MUSTAFABAD

MUSTAFABAD, DILSHAD MASJID

MUSTFABAD

MUSTFABAD EXTN

NEHRU VIHAR

OLD MUSTAFABAD

PANCHAL VIHAR

PREM NAGAR, KARAWAL NAGAR

PREM VIHAR

RAJIV GANDI NAGAR, NEW MUSTAFABAD

RAJIV GANDI NAGAR, NEW MUSTAFABAD

RAMA GARDEN

ROSHAN VIHAR

SADATPUR EXTN.

SHAKTI VIHAR

SHIV VIHAR

SHIV VIHAR, PUSHKAR VIHAR

SURIYA VIHAR

ZIAUDDIN PUR

70KARAWAL NAGARA - BLOCK, PART - II, SONIA VIHAR

A - BLOCK, PART - III & IV, SONIA VIHAR

A - BLOCK, SONIA VIHAR

A & B - BLOCK, SONIA VIHAR

A & B BLOCK, SONIA VIHAR

A BLOCK, PART - II, SONIA VIHAR

A BLOCK, SONIA VIHAR

ANKUR ENCLAVE

ANKUR ENCLAVE, PRAKASH VIHAR

B - BLOCK, SONIA VIHAR

BADARPUR KHADAR, PUR, DELHI, SHAHDRA

BIHARIPUR EXTN

BIHARIPUR VILL

C - BLOCK, SONIA VIHAR

CHANDBAGH

CHAUHAN PATTI SABHAPUR SHAHDARA VILL

D - BLOCK, SONIA VIHAR

DAYAL PUR

E - BLOCK, SONIA VIHAR

G - BLOCK, SONIA VIHAR

KARAWAL NAGAR VILLAGE

KHAJOORI KHAS

MUKUND VIHAR

NEW SABHAPUR

SABHAPUR SHAHDARA VILL

SABHAPUR VILL & CHAUHAN PATTI

SADATPUR EXTN

SHAHID BHAGAT SINGH COLONY

SHERPUR VILL

SHRI RAM COLONY

TUKMIRPUR & VILL

TUKMIRPUR EXTN

VILL KHAJOORI KHAS

WEST KAMAL VIHAR

WEST KARAWAL NAGAR

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PANDIT Sri S.BALLESH he is disciple of world renowned SHEHNAI MAESTRO Bharat Ratna Ustad Bismillah Khan saheb .He born on 1st april 1958 inM.K.HUBLI in KARNATAKA , hails from the illustrious family of renowned “Shehnai players” for past 300years,his father Pandit Sanna Bharamanna ji himself a famous shehnai player of note has been his 1st GURU ji .He continued under his uncle Shehnai Vidhwan Sri. Dhodda Bharamanna ji. At the age of 9yrs he started his carrer. He learnt Hindustani vocal from Dr. DP.Hiremath. And he started playing vocal style (Gayaki ang) in his instrument shehnai.

He learnt higher extra ordinary khayal gayaki of PATIALA GHARANA music fromMaharastra Maha Pandit Sri. Kothanda Singh Salunke Maharaj and Pandit Prakash Singh Salunke they trained him very much .He bhought all the Gayaki Ang Bhirakas (link touches) into the shehnai..He gave his first public performance at the age of 15yrs in 1973 at Sri Sadguru Balaiyogi Swami ji Thourgad math (Hubli). And his 2nd performance in All India Radio in Dharwad.He has a high degree in radio Kendra.He has given many performances in many Sabhas in India & Abroad & also performed for many culturals events. In Gadag, Gana Gandharav Ganayogi Panchakshara Sangeeth Ustav, he gave the Shehnai performance and brought the listeners mind immediately with the Gayaki Ang and tone and received the hearty blessing from Pandit Puttaraj gavai ji. Pandit ji praised of his Gayaki ang style. He had an apportunity to learn ftom pandit ji. After the performance in Gadag Sri.Veereshwar madri ji took him to Chennai for film music.PANDIT S.BALLESH set his heart on also being the best and towards this goal,he sought to be the Shishya of no less a “GURU” than Bharat Ratna USTAD BISMILLAH KHAN SAHEB ”, he had the good fortune of receiving his guidance from maestro.He has enabled him to refine technique and mastery . Sri S.Ballesh had a long music career, he has given many concerts in All India. In GADAG, BANGALORE, DHARWAD, IN MAHARASTRA LIKE MIRAJ, MUMBAI, PUNE, NASIK & CHENNAI, TRIVANDRUM, KHOHIKODE, KASARKOD, HYDERABAD, VIJAYWADA, BHOPAL, IN U.P BANARAS, AGRA, LUCKNOW, ALLAHABAD, DELHI, CALCUTTA, GAWHATHI, PATNA, AHMEDBAD, JAIPUR, PANAJI also in abroad like DUBAI,NEWYORK,FRANCE,SINGAPORE, MALAYASIA, SRILANKA ,AUSTRALIA, ITALY, LONDON in almost U.K .

He has given many Jugalbandhi concerts with various artists ofHindustani and Carnatic musicians. He is the leading shehnai artist & has spanned over 29yrs of unbatting popularity such of the appeal of his shehnai, he has worked with almost all the famousMusic Directors from SOUTH MAESTRO LIKE K.V.MHADEVAN, M.S.VISWANATH,ILLAYARAAJA, NORTH LEGENDS LEGENDS NAUSHAD JI, R.D.BURMAN, JETIN JI & LALIT JI,ANU MALIK, S.D.BURMAN, LAXMIKANT-PYARALLAL, A.R.RAHAMAN,of south & north India for films recordings,devotional songs & albums.