Pratap Singh Kairon was born on 1st October 1901 in a Dhillon Jat Sikh family in Punjab. His father, Nihal Singh Kairon, contributed to the community. Nihal Singh was a pioneer in promoting women’s education in Kairon province. Pratap received his education at Colonel Brown Cambridge School and Kalasa College, Amritsar, before pursuing further studies in the United States. During his time there, he supported himself by working as a tenant and shopkeeper. Pratap Singh Kairon held various important roles in the state government after 1947, including positions such as former minister, development minister and chief minister (after India’s independence. Now you can buy this Postage Stamp as well as a Miniature Sheet then visit Philacy.com
1-10-2005: Pratap Singh Kairon India Postage Stamp
Pratap Singh Kairon played an important role as the Chief Minister of Punjab province. He is widely recognized as a key figure in shaping the destiny of the region. His contribution extends to the present-day states of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. Pratap Singh Kairon was a prominent leader in the Indian independence movement who faced imprisonment twice, including a five-year sentence, for his protests against British rule. His political legacy continues to significantly influence the politics of Punjab. The Indian Postal Department issued a postage stamp in honor of his important work.