People from Hoshiarpur

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  1. Monica Bedi

    Monica Bedi


    Monica Bedi (born 18 January 1975, in Hoshiarpur, Punjab) is an actress and television presenter. She debuted in Hindi films in the mid-1990s.

  2. Mahatma Hansraj

    Mahatma Hansraj


    Lala Hansraj (1864–1938) also known as Mahatama Hansraj, was an Indian educationist and a follower of Arya Samaj movement founder, Swami Dayanand, and who founded Dayanand Anglo-Vedic Schools System (DAV) in Lahore in 1886, along with Guru Dutt Vidhyarthi, where the first DAV school was set up, in the memory of Swami Dayanand who had died three years earlier.

  3. Honey Singh

    Honey Singh


    Hirdesh Singh (born 15 March 1983), better known by his stage name Yo Yo Honey Singh or Honey Singh is an Indian rapper, music producer, singer and film actor. He started as a session and recording artist, and became a Bhangra producer. He has also begun to produce music for Bollywood films, and gone on to become one of the highest-paid music producers in Bollywood.

  4. Premchand Dogra

    Premchand Dogra


    Premchand Degra is an IFBB professional bodybuilder from India. Also known as Premchand Dogra. He won the Mr. Universe title in the short-height 80 kg category in 1988. He was also awarded the "Achievement Medal" by the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB) in 2003, for winning its World Middleweight Champion title in 1988.

  5. Baljit Sahni

    Baljit Sahni


    Baljit Singh Sahni (born 1987) is an Indian football player who currently plays primarily as a winger for East Bengal in the I-League.

  6. Harnam Singh Saini

    Harnam Singh Saini


    Harnam Singh Saini was a notable Indian revolutionary who participated in Ghadar Conspiracy and was hanged by British colonial government on March 16, 1917 in Lahore for instigating revolt against the empire. He was tried under third Lahore Conspiracy Case trial.

  7. Makhan Singh (athlete)

    Makhan Singh (athlete)


    Makhan Singh (July 1, 1937 – January 21, 2002) was an Indian athlete during the 1960s. He was born in Bathulla village in the Hoshiarpur district of Punjab. His primary claim to fame came was his victory over Milkha Singh in the 1962 National Games of India in Calcutta. He won a number of gold medals in National Games, and represented India in the 1962 Asian Games.

  8. Sahir Hoshiarpuri

    Sahir Hoshiarpuri


    Sahir Hoshiarpuri (Urdu: ساحر ہوشیارپوری‎) (Hindi: साहिर होशियारपुर) born Ram Parkash (Urdu: رام پرکاش‎) (Hindi: राम प्रकाश) on March 1913 - died August 12, 1994, was an Urdu poet from India. He has written several poetry books, his mainly form was ghazal. Moreover, his several ghazals have been sung by leading singers including Jagjit Singh.

  9. Rana Mohammad Hanif Khan

    Rana Mohammad Hanif Khan


    Rana Mohammad Hanif Khan (رانا محمد حنیف خان ) was the 11th Finance Minister of Pakistan from October 22, 1974 to March 28, 1977. He was from the city of [chichawatni,sahiwal which is in the Punjab province of Pakistan. He was the elder son of Ch. Nawab khan who migrated from garhshankar,hoshiyarpur India.

  10. Kanshi Ram

    Kanshi Ram


    Kanshi Ram (15 March 1934 – 9 October 2006) also known as Bahujan Nayak Saheb Kanshi Ram was an Indian politician and social reformer who worked for the upliftment and political mobilisation of the Dalits, the untouchable groups at the bottom of the caste system in India. Towards this end, Kanshi Ram founded Dalit Shoshit Samaj Sangharsh Samiti (DS 4), the All India Backward and Minority Communities Employees' Federation (BAMCEF) in 1971 and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in 1984. He succeeded leadership of the BSP to his protégé Mayawati who has served four terms as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.

  11. Jagjit Singh Chauhan

    Jagjit Singh Chauhan


    Dr. Jagjit Singh Chauhan (or Chohan) was the founder of the Khalistan movement that sought to create an independent Sikh state in the Punjab region of South Asia.

  12. Habib Jalib

    Habib Jalib


    Habib Jalib (Urdu: حبیب جالب) was a Pakistani revolutionary poet, left-wing activist and politician who opposed martial law, authoritarianism and state oppression.

  13. Baldeep Singh Junior

    Baldeep Singh Junior


    Baldeep Singh (born 6 February 1987 in Hoshiarpur, Punjab) is an Indian footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Prayag United in the I-League.

  14. Iqbal Tikka

    Iqbal Tikka


    Iqbal Tikka (Urdu, Punjabi: ) is a Pakistani politician.

  15. Satinder Sartaaj

    Satinder Sartaaj


    Satinder Sartaaj (Punjabi: ; born as Satinder Pal Singh Saini), also cited as Satinder Sartaj, is an Indian Punjabi singer and poet. Since then his popularity has seen a constant surge among the Punjabi diaspora with his shows being held in many countries across the world,

  16. Karanjit Singh

    Karanjit Singh


    Karanjit Singh (born 1986) is an Indian football player. He is currently playing for Chennaiyin in the Indian Super League in India as a Goalkeeper.

  17. Munir Niazi

    Munir Niazi


    Munir Ahmad, better known as Munir Niazi, (Punjabi: منیر نیازی ) SI (1928–2006) was an Urdu and Punjabi poet from Pakistan. Munir Ahmed use to call himself Punjabi as Punjabi definition is cultural and geographical and most of his poetry also reflected the culture of Punjab.

  18. Intikhab Alam

    Intikhab Alam


    Intikhab Alam Khan (Urdu:انتخاب عالم خان) (born 28 December 1941) is a retired Pakistani cricketer who played in 47 Tests and 4 ODIs from 1959 to 1977. He captained Pakistan in 17 Tests between 1969 and 1975. He also played in English county cricket for Surrey between 1969 and 1981.

  19. K. T. S. Tulsi

    K. T. S. Tulsi


    K. T. S. Tulsi (born November 7, 1947) is an Indian politician and a senior advocate in the Supreme Court of India. He has represented many notable people in various cases.

  20. Navjot Chana

    Navjot Chana


    Navjot Chana (born 24 November 1983) is an Indian Judo Player who won silver medal in the men's 60 kg weight class at the 2014 Commonwealth Games at Glasgow. He hails from Hoshiarpur district of Punjab state of India. Chana is employed with Punjab Police

  21. Azhar Hasan

    Azhar Hasan


    Azhar Hasan (born 8 April 1939) is a former Pakistani cricketer and umpire. He stood in one ODI game in 1977.

  22. Hanuman Mandir 82 RB

    Hanuman Mandir 82 RB

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    82 R.B. is a village in Raisinghnagar tehsil in Sri Ganganagar district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. The town is surrounded by beautiful green and fertile land.

  23. Hulasa Ram Dutta

    Hulasa Ram Dutta


    Hulasa Ram Dutta (Hindi: हुलासा राम दत्ता) (1860-1951) was an Indian tea trader,businessman and social activist. He was well known in political circles at the era of Raja of Mandi Riyasat, Himachal Pradesh (Old Himachal)

  24. Naeem Ahmad Khan

    Naeem Ahmad Khan

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    Naeem Ahmad Khan (born 12 April 1928), is a Pakistani nuclear physicist and meteorologist, known for his work to the fields of Solid-state nuclear track detector and Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance. He is a Professor of Meteorology at the Pakistan Air Force Academy, Risalpur, and a visiting professor of nuclear physics at the Air University, Pakistan Air Force.

  25. Baba Faqir Chand

    Baba Faqir Chand

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    Baba Faqir Chand, (18 November 1886 – 11 September 1981) was an Indian master of Surat Shabd Yoga, or consciously controlled near death experience. He was one of the first saints or gurus of Sant Mat tradition to openly speak and write against the deceptive and harmful practices of modern guruism and religious intolerance. As a highly pragmatic individual, Faqir also strove to explain the various practices and principles of Sant Mat based on his own experiences and in the context of modern science and psychology. He was also the first Sant Mat guru to talk about the phenomena consisting of a believer experiencing a subjective projection of a sacred or holy form of a guru or idol without the conscious knowledge of the person at the center of the experience, i.e., the guru. This was termed the 'Chandian Effect', and described by researcher David C. Lane. Faqir Chand claimed that he had no knowledge of his form manifesting before a person and helping them with their worldly or spiritual problems. He fervently expressed that in his experience, the real helper is one's own true self and faith.Mark Juergensmeyer, another researcher on new religious movements (including Radha Soami Mat), intrigued by the uniqueness of Faqir Chand's experiences, also interviewed him. This insightful interview was included in Faqir's autobiography.

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