Did You Know? On this Day in 1950, Dr. Rajendra Prasad was elected to become the First President of India and 'Jana Gana Mana....' was adopted in its Hindi version as the National Anthem of India by the Constituent Assembly.
Rajendra Park is a beautiful park situated at Sector 1 in Chandigarh. The garden was named after the first president of India, Rajendra Prasad who had come to the city for its inauguration. The leisure valley starts from the Rajendra Garden.
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Devraha Baba was a siddha who lived for over 250 years, before entering samadhi in 1989. So elderly was he that the first President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, more than fifty years ago, said that his father had sat at the feet of Devraha Baba as a child – that is, in the middle of the nineteenth century – and Devraha Baba was already elderly at that time. Devraha Baba never took food, and never set foot on the ground. He lived in a unique hut that was raised off the ground by bamboo…
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