Candidates from rewa for 2014 Lok shabha Election

                                                                                                                           Date: 27/3/2014
Rewa, 3 candidates had taken back their names out of 17 candidates who had filled their nomination for the Rewa Lok shabha seat, The three candidates who had taken back their name are Raghuwans Pandey  ( Sociliest party of India ), Ramashanker bhole shahu ( Independent )and Bhaiya lal ( Independent ). By taking back their nomination by these three candidate now 14 candidates are in ground, 9 from political party and rest 5 as independent candidate. Following are list of 14 candidates in 2014 lok sabha election from Rewa.


S.No
Name Of Candidate
Name Of Party
Symbol
1
Janardan Mishra
BJP
Kamal
2
Dev Raj Singh Patel
BSP
Haathi
3
Sunder Lal Tiwari
Indian National Congress
Panja
4
Abdul Vafti Ansari
Samta Party
AC
5
Purnanand Tiwari
Aam Adami Party
Jhadu
6
Pramod Tiwar
Bharti Shakti Chetna Party
Bansuri
7
Mangleswar
Naya Daur Party
Stethoscope
8
Ram Kisan Nirat
Republican Party of India-A
Swing machine
9
R D Viswakarma
Apna Dal
Cup & Plate
10
Girish Kumar Gautam
Independent
Auto Rikshaw
11
Janardan Mishra
Independent
FoolGhobhi
12
Prabhunath Prashad Saket
Independent
Kettel
13
Brahaddutt Mishra ( Chotu )
Independent
Almira
14
Vishwanath Dwivedi
Independent
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Chandramani Tripathi BJP Leader


Chandramani Tripathi

Father:- Late Ramnihor Tripathi 



Permanent Address :-
     MIG 1/6/81, Indra Nagar
     Rewa – 186 001 (M.P.)


Birth :- 1 July 1968

Death :- 23 March 2013

political Party :- BJP

MLA :- 1977 ( Gudh Vidhan Shaba )

MP  :- 1998 & 2004 ( Rewa )

Late Chandra Mani Tripathi one of the famous BJP leader of rewa was born on 1 july 1969 in village umari of rewa to a normal family  unfortunately in his childhood he lost his parent  struggling in his child hood he completed his schooling and went to TRS College of rewa further studies later he went to sager for studies where he completed MA in Geography and LLB.

from his childhood he was very good speaker and having a strong hold in his mothertoung and entered in politics from the influence of Lohiyawadi Thoughts. During emergency he came in touch of of kushabhau thakare and became active member of BJP. He was under ground during emergency from 26 june 1975 to 9 September 1975, On 10th september he was arrested and was sent to rewa jail where he oposes the dectatorship of rewa collecter. Due to this episode he was sent to jabalar jail and later in 1976 he was sent to  Begam jail but he never gaveup from opposing the emergency rule.

In 1977 election he defeated the congress minister from gurh and elected as Vidhayak from Gurh, Later he was elected twice as MP of rewa in 1998 and in 2004. he was the first BJP MP of rewa in 1998.

Chandramini tripathi was very popular in common people of rewa and due to his simplesity and honesty he was close to all people of rewa

Ishwar Pandey ....Journey From Rewa To Indian Cricket Team

Ishwar Pandey

Sometimes seemingly casual decisions turn out to be the biggest in life. Ask Ishwar Pandey, the Madhya Pradesh fast bowler, who had nothing to do with a leather ball till his standard 12 exams, but then he walked into a selection trial. A few months later, he found himself bowling for the MP Under-19 team. Five years later, he is the highest wicket-taker this Ranji Tropy season, has played for India A, bowled at an India nets session, and has been signed by Pune Warriors in the IPL.
At that time, Pandey did not even know which team the trial was for. It was summer vacation from school in his hometown of Rewa, in eastern MP, and he had plenty of time to spare. "It was just one of those things," Pandey says. "I and a few friends decided to check out what the trial was about. Once there, aise hi jaake daal diya (I just had a casual bowl) on a matting wicket."
The trial was for the Rewa side, which plays in MP's competitive divisional cricket. Days after MP's Ranji season was over this year, Devendra Bundela, the state captain, turned out for Ujjain division. Pandey's deliveries must have been anything but casual, for he was soon told to report at a local club. He refused, saying his father would not allow it.
Pandey's father, a retired Subedar Major in the army, wanted his two sons to focus on their studies. Being the elder one, Pandey had little leeway, if any, against a strict disciplinarian father. It took the university coach, Mr Anthony, to convince the former soldier to let his son take up leather-ball cricket.
Pandey made his debut for MP U-19 in November 2007, but was dropped the following season after failing to take enough wickets. However, he had already impressed the U-19 coach, Mukesh Sahni, who now coaches the MP senior side. "Even then, he had the standout deliveries," Sahni says. "They were so good that at the U-19 level, batsmen weren't able to play them, and would get beaten. Probably that is why he did not have many wickets then."
Being left out also brought renewed pressure from his father to give up playing and concentrate on studying. Pandey had tasted blood by now, though. He switched streams from science to arts so that he could devote more time to cricket. The following year, he forced his way into the MP U-22 side with good performances at divisional level.
Amay Khurasiya, the former India and MP batsman, saw enough potential in Pandey to help him go to the MRF Pace Academy in Chennai. Regular stints there have helped increase his pace and improve his fitness, he says.
Standing 6'2" tall, Pandey bowls in the mid-130s, his height affording him bounce, even from a good length. He credits his father for both - his broad shoulders and his athleticism. The former is genetic, the latter a result of his father pushing him to run regularly from childhood. "Papa se main bahut kamzor hoon, magar height same hai (I am much weaker than my father, but as tall as him)," he says.
All these attributes are why MP haven't missed their erstwhile lead bowler and previous Ranji season's highest wicket-taker, the banned TP Sudhindra. In only his third season of first-class cricket, the 23-year old Pandey has delivered on the role Sahni had in mind for him since mid-2012, before MP embarked on their pre-season tour of Sri Lanka. "Height. Speed. Strength. He has everything," Sahni says. "Last season, Sudhindra had 40 wickets, Pandey had 25 as well. But he was not accurate enough. We have worked on his accuracy. Now he can move the ball both ways from the same spot around the off stump. We have also given him a more attacking role, as opposed to a slightly defensive one earlier. "
Pandey also fancies himself as a batsman. At least he used to during his tennis-ball days but realised soon that "there is a lot of difference between leather and tennis balls". He still loves batting. He almost took MP to victory in the thriller against Mumbai with some big sixes. Fast-bowling is where he's made a mark, though. Sahni is convinced he should play at the highest level. Narendra Hirwani, the former India and MP legspinner and former national selector, agrees.
"When I saw him two years ago, he looked an India prospect but now I say he is ready to play for the country," Hirwani told the Times of India. "He is fitter, stronger and most importantly hungrier. He has it in him to have a long international career."
Seeing him move up the ranks, Pandey's father, who is not a keen follower of the game, has also long given up his opposition to his son playing cricket. "'Now that you have chosen this path, continue on it,' he told me," Pandey says. His younger sibling, though, is yet to warm up. "He's not interested at all that his brother is playing," Pandey says with the smile of an accommodating elder brother. Perhaps it will take an India call-up to get his attention.
Article Copied from espncricinfo written by Abhishek Purohit
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Last Maharaja of Rewa "Maharajadhiraja Bandhvesh Sri Maharaja Marthand Singhji Ju Deo Bahadur "

            Martand Singh was the last Maharaja of Rewa, Martand Singh was born in Rewa state in 1923, the son of the maharaja, Sir Gulab Singh, a formidable shikari or hunter who had shot over 500 tigers. With an area of 13,000 square miles, Rewa was the largest princely state in central India (now the Madhya Pradesh) and well known for its huge tiger population.
           
princely state in central India, and earned international fame for discovering and breeding the rare white tiger. A wildlife enthusiast who worked hard to preserve the dwindling population of tigers in the area, he also represented Rewa in parliament for 15 years (1971-1976, 1980-1989).
             Martand Singh was educated at Daly College at Indore in central India, before graduating from Mayo College in Ajmer in Rajasthan in 1941. Both Daly and Mayo were Chiefs colleges, founded in northern India for the sons of the maharajas. There the young princes lived in palace-like boarding houses surrounded by retainers and strings of polo ponies. Some princes even kept their own elephants.
            Soon after becoming maharaja, Singh set about conserving Rewa's forests and tigers, which he believed, more than any other animal, link environmental issues with India's religious and mythical beliefs.it is for discovering the existence of the white tiger in Rewa's jungles in 1950 that Singh is renowned. He conclusively proved that Rewa's white tigers were not freak albinos but an esoteric strain which had evolved only in this region. All white tigers in zoos around the world can trace their ancestry to the thick jungles around Rewa.It was during these conservation efforts that he came across a cub and began his investigations into the white tiger. Singh's efforts at conservation contributed towards the recent designation of Madhya Pradesh, home to around 900 tigers, a "Tiger State" to protect the animal against poachers.
            In the early Forties Singh married Princess Pravina of Kutch, in western India, and succeeded his father as Maharaja of Rewa in 1946. He officially retained the title until royalty was abolished by the Indian government in 1970.
                                                         
Martand Singh a politician and conservationist left the people of rewa on 20 November 1995. 

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