#BrandBihar | Guess who am I? #4

PatnaBeats brings to you another 6 extraordinary people who have made us all very proud. So, take out the critical thinker in you, analyze the facts, find out who we are talking about and most importantly, have fun in doing so.

It’s GUESS WHO AM I? #4

1) When he was five years old, his parents placed him under the tutelage of a Muslim scholar, to learn the Persian language, Hindi and Arithmetic. After the completion of traditional elementary education, he was sent to the Chapra District School Meanwhile, in June 1896, at an early age of 12, he was married to Rajavanshi Devi.
He graduated with First Division in March 1905. Impressed by his intellect, an examiner once had commented on his answer sheet “examinee is better than examiner”.
In the year 1916, he joined the High Court of Bihar and Odisha. Later in the year 1917, he was appointed as one of the first members of the Senate and Syndicate of the Patna University.
He Held the highest office (Presidency) and is the only person in history to do it twice in India.

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2) An Indian film director, producer and screenwriter working with Delhi-based ‘Legacy Entertainment’, a company started by the Dalmia group.
His father originally came from Bihar and worked for Bosch in Calcutta.
From Calcutta, the base shifted to Delhi and then Mumbai in 2000, where a friend got a grant to produce a documentary, and offered him the project.
He then formed Friday Filmworks, which was the original producer of his debut film, A Wednesday.

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3) She was born on 21 November 1987 in Bhagalpur, Bihar. Her father Ajit Sharma, is a business-man turned politician and MLA of Bhagalpur.
She attended the Mount Carmel School in Bhagalpur and pursued a course in fashion design from the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) in New Delhi.
Her first role was in the Telugu film Chirutha, released in 2007. First Hindi film was Mohit Suri’s Crook, released in 2010. She also made a cameo appearance in Kunal Kohli’s Teri Meri Kahaani, and was highly appreciated in the semi-hit Kyaa Super Kool Hai Hum.

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4) She is an Indian singer, songwriter who infuses African desert blues and Western musical styles.
Born in Patna, grew up in Delhi and moved to Toronto at the age of nine. After completing her MBA at Dalhousie University, she returned to Toronto with the plan of being in the financial services industry, she changed her mind and went back to India to study music and then returned to Toronto to build her career as a musician.
She is married to guitar player and co-arranger Rez Abbasi, and currently lives in New York.

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5) He hails from a remote village, Malhari, situated in the Gaya district of Bihar. Belonging to a very small farmer family, he had a very rough childhood facing various kinds of problems like Poverty and different form of violence.
He was very keen to learn other languages and read Urdu for three years. Later developed interest in English and went on to write 10 novels.
His first novel The Most Eligible Bachelor was published in 2011.
His latest novel, When Heaven Falls Down, faced a lot of controversy due to its communal conflagration.
He is also a motivational speaker and has attended many seminars organized by colleges and NGOs.

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6) He was born in Darbhanga, Bihar in 1952 and spent most of his childhood in Patna. He was trained with basic arithmetic by his father Shri Ganesh Prasad Verma, who was a teacher.
In 1980, he joined the reputed Patna Science College as a lecturer and it was there he realized the difficulty which students faced to understand the concept of physics.
He spent 8 years to write a book for the local students and made it easier than those of foreign authors’.
Almost all IIT aspirants till date use his book.
He remained in Patna Science college for almost 15 years before coming to IIT Kanpur.

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