Dr. Sachchidananda Sinha was one of the eminent and noted parliamentarian, educationist, lawyer and Journalist of India. He was born in Arrah, in Bihar in a well-to-do Kayastha family. He studied Law at London to become a Barrister. He was hardly in his twenties, when he launched the movemnent for a separate bihar, soon after returning from England in the year 1891-92. His dream came true in 1911 when Bihar and Orissa came into existence as provinces separate from Bengal at the famous Delhi Durbar. He was a member of the Imperial Legislative Council from 1910 to 1920 and the Indian Legislative Assembly. He was Deputy President of the Assembly in 1921. He also held the office of the President in the Bihar and Orissa Legislative Council. He was appointed Executive Councillor and Finance Member of the Government of Bihar and Orissa, and thus was the first Indian to be appointed as a Finance Member of a Province.
26-12-2016: Sachidananda Sinha Personality Series: Bihar A commemorative postage stamp
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SKU: INDS09000782312044 Category: Stamps
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