Profile and Biography of Kengal Hanumanthiah

In this article I have written about the second chief minister of Karnataka Mr. Kengal Hanumanthiah. I have included many things like the story of KEngal hanumanthiah involved in the freedom struggle too..

Profile and biography of KengalHanumanthaiah

The name of the second chief minister of Karnataks is Kengalhanumanthaiah.
The period of the second Chief minister of Karnataka Mr. Hanumanthaiah is between 30th march 1952 and 19th August 1956. The personnel details about the Second Chief minister are as follows,

The date of birth of the Second Chief minister of Karnataka is December first of 1908. The place of birth of Mr. KengalHanumanthiah is Lakkappanapalli, Bangalore. The date of death of Hanumanthaiah from the Bangalore city of Karnataka is 01 st of 1980. Hence the age of Hanumanthiah when died can be calculated as 72 from these. Mr. KengalHanumanthiah is belongs to the religion hindu. The second Chief Minister of Karnataka had been from the party INC. One of the biggest contributions of the second Chief minister of the Karnataka state can be mentioned as VidhanaSoudha.

Early life of Second Chief Minister of Karnataka

The family of Mr. Kengalhanumanthiah is Vokkaliga from the place that is in the City Bangalore namely Lakkappanapalli. The school educations and the college education of the second Chief minister of Karnataka were at the Mysore Maharaja College and the course that KengalHanumanthiah from Karnataka.

In the beginning of the career of Mr. Kengal Hanumanthiah joined the bar council and then, as per the words of Dr.P. Tandon, he put himself involved in the Freedom struggles and got inspiration from the Mahathma Gandhi. The Prison life of KEngal Hanumanthiah was about nine times because he was arrested during his freedom struggle for nine times.

Kengal Hanumanthiah and VidhanSoudha

A famous story about the Second Chief minister of Karnataka, Mr. Kengal Manjappa is, when he was explaining the reasons behind the Architectural works of Bangalore, he has been asked by a Russian whether they have the architectural of their own? Following that, Hanumanthiah mad a monument.

Death date of Kengal Hanumanthiah is

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Author: Abinaya02 Nov 2011 Member Level: Bronze   Points : 2

Hi shankar,

Very nice article! I am actually very interested in knowing history. This article gives a lot of details about history. Not only that, General Knowledge is must for everyone. Such article not only gives awareness about our past leader, it also adds General Knowledge with it.

Adding a point more to the GK, this article reveals that second chief minister of Karnataka Mr. Kengal Hanumanthiah was also a freedom struggler. Being an Indian I feel proud to know this from my country man. I place my salutation to my mother country, its leader and you the fellow man who brought us light about it.

Jai Hind!!!

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