Synonyms for bairwa or Related words with bairwa


Examples of "bairwa"
Khiladi Lal Bairwa was born in Salempur, Karouli district in the state of Rajasthan. Bairwa is a graduate and received B.A degree from the Hindi Vishwavidyalaya in Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh). Bairwa is a businessperson by profession.
The village is inhabited by various castes such as the Meena, Rajput, Gurjar, Daroga, Brahmins, Muslims, Bairwa and others.
Khiladi Lal Bairwa has been in active politics since early 2000s but this is first term as an elected parliamentarian. Bairwa is the first M.P to be elected from Karauli–Dholpur constituency since this constituency came into existence in 2008 as a part of the implementation of delimitation of parliamentary constituencies based on the recommendations of the Delimitation Commission of India.
In Dec 2013, an Indian news website Cobrapost claimed that they conducted a sting operation. Cobrapost further claimed that eleven Indian M.Ps, in lieu of money were willing to write recommendation letters and lobby with the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas to favour a (fictitious) foreign oil company. Sting operation was code-named "Operation Falcon Claw". Khiladi Lal Bairwa was one of the accused politicians. Allegedly, Bairwa had asked for for writing a recommendation letter.
Team members are Shubham Gupta, Pulkit Singh, Atul Singh, Shivam Srivastava, Sri Ram, Faisal Shadab Yazdani, Arpit Pandey, Udit Gupta, Ashish Bairwa, Gaurav Dubey, Varun Mishra, Eram Siddiqui, Lakshay Gupta, Shefali Anand & Vanita Agrawal
Banwari Lal Bairwa as an Indian politician and former Deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan. He is a former Member of Parliament from Tonk (Lok Sabha constituency) in Rajasthan. Leader of Indian National Congress.
The Berwa (Bairwa) are a scheduled caste from Indian state Rajasthan. "Berwa" means brave. They come from the Hindu trader caste.They are associated with animal husbandry and agriculture. They have diversified into other areas such as agribusiness, mining and academics.\. Their population was 429, 627 at the 1981 census. This population increased to 931,030 by 2001, being the third-largest scheduled caste in Rajasthan.The Berwa are influential despite their relatively smaller population. Feeling exploited by the higher castes, they have been involved in the struggle for social rights for the poor and farmers. Education has become an important means of progress so the Berwa emphasize education for their children.