|01.||Sir Ganga Ram Agrawal||Rai Bahadur Sir Ganga Ram Agrawal CIE, MVO (April 1851 – 10 July 1927) born in Mangtanwala, a village of Punjab Province in British India, in present-day Pakistan. He graduated from Thomason College of Civil Engineering (now IIT Roorkee) in 1873.|
|02.||Bhagwan Das(Yogi)||Bhagwan Das (12 January 1869 – 18 September 1958) was an Indian Theosophist and public figure. For a time he served in the Central Legislative Assembly of British India. He became allied with the Hindustani Culture Society and was active in opposing rioting as a form of protest. As an advocate for national freedom from the British rule, he was often in danger of reprisals from the Colonial government. He was awarded Bharat Ratna in 1955.|
|03.||Smt.Jankidevi Bajaj||Jankidevi Bajaj was born on 7th January 1893,here, as this was where in a respectable Vaishnav Marwari family of Jaora in Madhya Pradesh.
Jaora was ruled by Nawabs at that time. Her father, Shri Girdharilalji Jajodia was a follower of Shri Ramanuj Sampradaya. The whole family followed the Hindu religion with complete faith and devotion. They were wealthy and equally generous. People from all classes, castes and religions benefited from them.
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