The objective of this Act is to facilitate equitable land distribution to the farmers. He devoted most of his time to social work and politics. His eldest son Vyankatrao took over the responsibility of overseeing the family’s early business venture ‘Hayer & Sons’, started by Bhausaheb Hiray in 1937. Tragically, Bhausaheb Hiray passed away on November 6, 1961. After his untimely death, Yashwantrao Chavan, the then Chief Minister of Maharashtra, strongly encouraged Vyankatrao to enter politics. In 1970, ‘Haier & Sons’ was reorganized and renamed ‘Bhausaheb Hiray & Sons. If you want to collect Bhausaheb Hiray India Stamp or Miniature Sheet, then you can buy it from Philacy.com.
22-12-2010: Bhausaheb Hiray India Postage Stamp
The Hiray family had its roots in the ‘Lakshvaku’ heritage of the Suryavanshi warriors of Ayodhya. This dynasty received national recognition mainly due to the efforts of Karmaveer Bhausaheb Sakharam Hiray. Due to his extraordinary abilities he was honorably appointed to the royal court of Baroda state. Subsequently, Bhausaheb Hiray started his legal career in the city of Malegaon, an important center of Khandesh. Inspired by Mahatma Gandhi, he actively participated in the ‘Indian Independence Movement. To commemorate the work done by Bhausaheb Heera for the welfare of the society, the India Post Department issued a postage stamp in his name. Bhausaheb Hiray made an important law called ‘Kul Qaida’ in 1957.