Jayakrushna Rajaguru Mohapatra, also known as Jayi Rajaguru, was a prominent figure of the Indian Independence Movement in Odisha.
Sir Courtenay Peregrine Ilbert, British lawyer and civil servant, served as legal adviser to the Viceroy of India’s Council.
On 9 February 1883, a bill was introduced during the Viceroyship of the Marquess of Ripon drafted by Sir Courtenay Peregine Ilbert.
Tukoji Rao was the adopted son of the Malhar Rao Holkar. He became fourth ruler of the kingdom for a short period of two years(1795-1797).
Behari Lal Gupta, a member of the Indian Civil Service and a politician, was born in Calcutta. was part of the famous batch of 1869.
Rafi Ahmed Kidwai was the first communication minister of India. He was a politician, an Indian Independence activist, and a socialist.