Looking for Uma Bharti Age, Caste, Family, Biography & More? Read through this article.
|Physical Stats & More|
|The height (approx.||in centimeters– 161 cm
Meters– 1.61 M
in feet inches– 5’ 3”
|Weighing (approx.||in kilograms70kg
in pounds– 154 lb
|Political Party||Bharatiya Janata Party
|Political Journey||1984: Contest the Lok Sabha election for The first time I lost my hair was at 25.
1989: Won Khajuraho Lok Sabha constituency for First time, retained the seat for 1996, 1997, and 1998 elections
1999: He won the Bhopal Lok Sabha election and was inducted into Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s Cabinet.
2003: Uma Bharti’s BJP-led BJP won 2003 Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections, with 75% of the vote. She was elected CM Madhya Pradesh.
2004: Suspended by the BJP after a public dispute with L. K. Advani (senior BJP leader).
2005: She was reinstated and appointed to the national executive committee of the BJP.
2005: Her exclusion from the party was due to her opposition to Shivraj Sing Chouhan being appointed CM of Madhya Pradesh.
2006: Founded her party Bharatiya Janshakti Party
2011: Rejoin the BJP
2012: Winner of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections, Charkhari constituency Mahoba district
2014Lok Sabha: Elected from Jhansi Constituency of Uttar Pradesh.
2014: Nominated the Union Minister for Narendra Modi, the Union Government, has taken control of water resources, river development, and Ganga Rejuvenation.
2019: Appointed the Vice President for Bharatiya Janata Party
|Rival Biggest||Chandrapal Yadav from the Samajwadi Party|
|Date of Birth||3 May 1959|
|Age as of 2020||61 years|
|Place of Birth||Dunda, Tikamgarh, Madhya Pradesh|
|Hometown||Dunda, Tikamgarh, Madhya Pradesh|
|Higher Education||Studied till 6th grade|
|Caste||Lodhi Samaj – Other Backward Class|
|Address||• Permanent Address: B-6, Shyamala Hills, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
• Current AddressAddress: 6 Akbar Road, New Delhi 110011
|Hobbies||• Reading spiritual texts like Bhagavad Gita
• Bird Watching
• Conservation and propagation of Indian Culture and Heritage
|Controversies||• December 1992Her support for the controversial Ram Janmabhoomi Movement in the 1980s/90s was notable. Vishva Hindu Parishad and the Bharatiya Janata Party organized the movement that ultimately resulted in the demolition of Babri Masjid. In the case against Uma Bharti, in Uttar Pradesh, was also filed FIR no 198. Of the total 49 cases that were filed in 1992 FIR no 198 named Uma Bihari, L. K. Advani, Murli Mohar Joshi and accused them of encouraging religious enmity. In 1993, 48 individuals were charged by the CBI, which included Uma Bharti and L. K. Advani as well as Kalyan Singh and Bal Thackeray, founder of Shiv Sena. The Supreme Court issued an order that the cases against Uma Bhatti, Mr Joshi, as well as Mr Advani were transferred from Lalitpur, Rae Bareli, to Lucknow. A Special CBI Court, Lucknow, acquitted all 32 of the accused in Babri Mosque Demolition Case. Babri Mosque in Ayodhya was a 16th century mosque. On the 6th of December 1992 thousands of Kar Sevaks demolished it. They believed the mosque had been built upon the ruins an ancient temple which marked the birthplace Lord Rama’s. The Supreme Court of India issued a landmark decision in November 2020 and ordered construction of a temple on the spot. NDTV
• August 2004Her arrest was made in relation to the Hubli Riot Case 1994. She was forced from her position as Chief Minister for Madhya Pradesh.
• July 25, 2007. Bharti started a fast for a week against Sethusamudram Shipping Canal Project. He said that Adam’s Bridge (also known as Rama’s Bridge and Rama Setu) must be preserved.
• November 2011.: Uma Bharti voted against Walmart in India’s decision to allow FDI for retail.
• In November 2011, when the Government declared it will allow 51% in FDI, Uma Bharti Threatened Walmart with arson, should they enter the Indian Markets.
• Played a significant role in the Ram Janmabhoomi Movement, popularizing the slogan, “Ram Lala Hum Aayenge, Mandir Wahin Banayenge”.
• She has 13 criminal cases registered against her in the court of law.
• During her stint as the Minister of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation, she was criticized for non utilizing the ₹20,000 crores fund allocated to her ministry by the centre government properly.
• During her stint as the CM of Madhya Pradesh, she was often criticized for K. N. Govindacharya was allowed to reside at Madhya Pradesh’s official CM residence. But she said that she had done so because she wanted to provide shelter for K. N. Govindacharya.
|Relationships & More|
|Marital Status||Married but unmarried|
|Parents||Father– Late Gulab Singh
MotherName not known
• Swami Prasad Lodhi
• Kanhaiya Lodhi
|Politician||Atal Bihari Vajpayee|
|Assets/Properties (approx.)||• Cash: ₹2.5 lakhs
• Bank deposits: ₹2.26 lakhs
• Residential plots: 4 plots worth ₹98 lakhs
|Net worth (approx.||Rs. 1.5 Crores (as at 2014)|
Unknown Facts About Uma Bharti
- Uma Bharti is the most well-known. for Her strict religious beliefs, including Hindutva ideology and fiery speeches, as well as her role in the destruction of Babri Masjid 6/12/92.
- In May 1959, she was born to a peasant family. Rajmata, Late Vijaya Raje Sciindia was her mentor.
- Uma, in her early twenties, was taught by Rajmata the principles of politics. Uma became a member and early adopter of mainstream politics when she was 25 years old. However, the election ended in defeat.
- Following her fight with L. K. Advani, and her subsequent expulsion form BJP, Bharatiya Janshakti Party was formed. It is now defunct.
Her schooling lasted until the sixth grade. As a child, she was interested in religious courses and often describes herself as a “religious missionary”. She has also been fondly called “Sadhvi”, a Sanskrit honorific term for Female renunciant
- As a child, she had a strong interest in spiritual pursuits. She became fluently versed in religious epics such as the Gita or the Ramayana. These helped her to attain the rank of demi-god during the height of the Ayodhya Movement.
- Her name has repeatedly been mentioned. for The statement she made
If Ganga is not cleaned by 2018, I will take Jal Samadhi.”
- She is an active social and cultural activist. She is a frequent volunteer for charities for For the homeless and poor through Mata Betibai Charitable Trust & Manav Jagriti Sangh. Once, she went on a fast unto death during Digvijaya Singh‘s reign in MP, for Bhopal’s daily wagers on welfare
- She has also interest in writing and has penned down 3 books in Hindi namely, Swami Vivekanand in 1972, Peace of Mind (published in Africa) in 1978 and Manav Ek Bhakti Ka Naata in 1983.
- She’s well-known for She is a formidable orator.
- A Pamphlet distributed during assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh in 2003 listed Uma Bharti’s Ideological Inspirations- Che Guevara and Michael Schumacher.
- Uma Bharti follows Lord Hanumana fervently
- She began experiencing unusual events at the tender age of 6. Her other senses included the feeling of being in a dual life.
- She once was engaged but broke up due to religious obligations. Her mentor suggested that she become a Brahmacharini.
- In an interview, she said that she is inspired by the lives of women freedom fighters like Rani Laxmibai and also by the life of Swami Vivekanand.
- In an interview, she said that she was all set to marry K. N. Govindacharya but the marriage was called off by her brother Swami Lodhi on the pretext that he didn’t want to marry her off to an “unattractive, dark-complexioned fellow”.
- The 15th Chief minister of Madhya Pradesh took her oath on the 8th December 2003. thisShe was also the first female Chief Minister in Madhya Pradesh.
- Uma Bharti was elected CM and paid a visit the Tirupati temple to get her head shoved, a vow she took before the election.
- She announced, just before 2019 Lok Sabha elections began, that she wouldn’t be contesting elections but would continue to serve. for Tirtha Yatra and also the decision to travel all over Ganga Ghats by foot.