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Indian judge and politician Har Bilas Sarda

Indian judge and politician Har Bilas Sarda was born on 3 June 1867 in Rajasthan and died on 20 January 1955 in Rajasthan. He was an Indian educational, justice, and diplomat. He is best remembered for producing and introduced the Child Marriage judiciousness Act in the year 1929.

Indian judge and politician Har Bilas Sarda
Indian judge and politician Har Bilas Sarda

Sarda passed his entrance exam in the year 1883. Consequently, he studied and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in the year 1888. In the starting years of his life, he started his work as a teacher in the Government College in the year 1889. Sarda toured widely in British India, from north to south, and from west to east. In the year 1888, Sarda attended the Indian National Congress assembly at Allahabad. He revisited numerous more conferences of the Congress all across the nation.

In the year 1892, Sarda began serving at the Judicial Department of the Ajmer province. Later, he was assigned to the Foreign Department, where he was designated Guardian to the president of the Jaisalmer State. He turned to the Judicial Department of Ajmer in the year 1902. There, above the times, he worked in different positions, including the Supplementary Extra Assistant Commissioner. He also served as the Honorary Secretary of the Ajmer public attention Board throughout World War I. In the year 1923, he was delegated the Additional states and Assemblies, Judge. He retired from administration duty in December 1923.

In the year 1888, he was designated superintendent of the Ajmer division, and including chairman of the Pratinidhi Sabha. In the year 1890, he was elected a part of the Paropkarini Sabha, a party of 23 posts designated by Dayanand Saraswati by his determination to take on his accomplishments after him. Sarda was granted the subsequent titles by the British Indian rule, for his duties in accumulating maintenance for the British government throughout World WarI. He has presented this award in the year 1931, for his commitment to the Legislative congregation.