Pt. Mange Ram Sharma
Leader of the community
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Mr. Mange Ram Sharma was born at Beri,
in district Rohtak, Haryana in Oct. 1936. His father, Late Pt.
Duli Chand was a renowned Sanskrit scholar and a reputed
astrologer of Northern India
who worked with Pt. Madan Mohan Malviya.
Mr. Sharma, after earning his M.A., B.Ed., and LL.B. degrees, joined the
Education Department in March 1954. He flung himself right in to the activities
of the teacher union during his youthful days and went on hunger strike in 1956
for the provincialization of School
in combined Punjab. After formation of Haryana
State Mr. Sharma
was elected Gen. Secretary of Haryana
Government School Teacher's Union that was transformed into a powerful body with
his tireless efforts touring the whole State time and again. In Dec. 1978 he
represented India at the World Teachers Congress held in Philippines. In Nov.
1979, Mr. Sharma was appointed Officer on Special Duty in the
Haryana Education. He sought voluntary retirement from the Govt. Service
Mr. Sharma has lot of organizational experience. In 1983 Mr.
Sharma was one of the main organizers of the Third Vishva Hindi
Sammelan which was inaugurated by the then Prime Minister of India, Late
Smt. Indira Gandhi. He has been the chairman of Brahman organizations and has
organized many big conferences of
Brahman Community throughout the country. At
present Mr. Sharma is working as Chief Patron of All India
Mr. Sharma's journalistic experience is also impressive. He worked as
Political Press Adviser to the Government of Haryana from 1991 to 1995. From
1991 to 1994, he was a member of the Media Advisory Committee headed by
the Prime Minister of India. He was also the chief editor of Hari Awaz, a
Mr. Sharma has earned many well deserved laurels. In 1979 Mr.
Sharma was honoured for his
services to Rajya Bhasha by the then Vice President of India, Shri
B.D. Jatti at a function in Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. Mr. Sharma was honored by Mr. S.D. Sharma, the President of India
in Sept. 1992 through National Press
of India at the Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi.