All India Kshatriya Mahasabha appoints Awagarh’s Kunwar Bhumendra Pal Singh as its VP for Uttar Pradesh

All India Kshatriya Mahasabha appoints Awagarh’s Kunwar Bhumendra Pal Singh as its VP for Uttar Pradesh

(RAHNUMA) Formed to promote, protect and fight for the rights and interests of the Kshatriya community of the Indian society, Akhil Bharatiya Kshatriya Mahasabha which is also known as All India Kshatriya Mahasabha founded in the year 1897 appoints Awagarh’s Kunwar Bhumendra Pal Singh as its Vice President for Uttar Pradesh.

43-year-old Bhumendra Pal Singh is a descendant of the royal family of Awagarh, UP. He did his schooling from The Daly College, Indore, and Masters of Commerce from St John’s College, Agra, a sister concern of St Stephen’s, New Delhi.

He started his career by working as a partner with “Wildcraft”, the company that helps local craftsmen from around Awagarh to promote their craft in the overseas market. Wildcraft refers to the design of animal figures using a variety of mediums.

The Awagarh family made the biggest contribution in the field of education and the promotion of crafts. The family has been a follower of Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore and helped him establish Shantiniketan.

A noteworthy contribution was made in the form of Raja Balwant Singh College in Agra in 1885. Today it is known for its unprecedented epoch-making progress. This institute is the oldest of its kind and has a huge stature. DD Eisenhower, the first US President to visit India, visited and praised it.

Currently, Bhumendra Pal is the creative head of Awaraj. The company provides social media management services that help businesses save more time and generate more results. The company excels in Facebook marketing, Instagram marketing, and Google marketing services. He lives and works at Awagarh Farm, Agra.

Kunwar Bhumendra Pal Singh’s Great Grand Uncle Rao Krishna Pal Singh Ji of Awagarh with his Grand Father Rk Dharampal Singh ji.

 

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