Raj Bahadur was a member of Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee since its inception. Raj Bahadur participated in the first Lok Sabha All India Congress Committee in 1952. From 1968 to 1971, Raj Bahadur served as India’s Ambassador to Nepal. On 18 March 1971, he was appointed as the Cabinet Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Shipping and Transport. Raj Bahadur played an important role in the Indian freedom struggle from 1941 to 1947 from Bharatpur, Rajasthan. If you want to buy Raj Bahadur India postage Stamp as well as other Miniature sheets then visit Philacy.com.
13-08-2013: Birth Centenary of Raj Bahadur India stamp
Raj Bahadur was born on 21th August 1912 in Bharatpur, Rajasthan. He completed his education from Sadar High School, Bharatpur and St. John’s College, Agra. In 1930, Raj Bahadur joined the Hindustan Socialist Republican Army. Subsequently, he served as a member of the Central Advisory Committee of Bharatpur State from 1939 to 1942. In recognition of his contribution, the India Post Department issued Raj Bahadur India Postage Stamp. He was also associated with the Bharatpur Praja Parishad Party, part of the All India States People’s Conference in 1939. Raj Bahadur served as Municipal Commissioner of Bharatpur State and Secretary of Bharatpur Rajya Praja Parishad.