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List of people from Haryana

People from Haryana
Total population
25,353,081[1]
Regions with significant populations

Primary populations in:

Haryana
Languages
Haryanvi, Hindi, Punjabi
Religion
Hinduism
Minorities of Islam, Sikhism, Buddhism & Jainism

This is a list of notable people from Haryana, also referred as Haryanvi.

Contents

  • Military chiefs 1
  • Academics 2
  • Arts, entertainment, and films 3
    • Actors and models 3.1
    • Arts & architecture 3.2
    • Comedian 3.3
    • Singers 3.4
    • Authors 3.5
    • Others 3.6
  • Business 4
  • Military 5
  • Politicians 6
  • Revolutionaries and freedom fighters 7
  • Sports 8
    • Athletics 8.1
    • Badminton 8.2
    • Boxing 8.3
    • Cricket 8.4
    • Hockey 8.5
    • Kabaddi 8.6
    • Mountaineering 8.7
    • Volleyball 8.8
    • Wrestling 8.9
  • Zaildars during British rule 9
  • References 10

Military chiefs

Academics

Arts, entertainment, and films

Actors and models

Arts & architecture

Comedian

Singers

Authors

Others

Business

  • O.P. Jindal, Former Member of Parliament, Haryana Power Minister, Founder — Jindal Group of Companies, hailing from Hissar
  • Sajjan Jindal, industrialist son of O.P. Jindal, hailing from Hisar, India.
  • Subhash Chandra, Founder Zee TV, Chairman ESSEL Group.
  • Cheti Lal Verma (1921-2000) was an industrialist from Haryana, India, owner of Continental Construction Ltd.
  • Sameer Gehlaut one of India’s youngest self made billionaire at just 34 years of age

Military

Politicians

Revolutionaries and freedom fighters

Sports

Athletics

Badminton

Boxing

Cricket

Hockey

Kabaddi

Mountaineering

Volleyball

Wrestling

Zaildars during British rule

References

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