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Biography: Mahamaya Prasad Sinha

Mr. Mahamaya Prasad was born in 1909. he sprang from a very aristocratic family. His academic career was marked by brilliance and popularity. He was in the public gaze as an athlete. As a student he gave muscular demonstrations. He stopped cars, bent iron bars and his physical prowess was remarkable.

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Mahamaya Prasad Sinha
Mahamaya Prasad Sinha
Mahamaya Prasad was a prominent leader from Bihar

In 1929 he was to got to the I.C.S but joined the Civil Disobedience Movement. He was appointed the Dictator of the District and imprisoned for one year. Again he was arrested and sentenced to seven months imprisonment. In the prison he had a heat stroke and completely lost his voice.

Since 1931 he is a member of the A.I.C.C. for many years he was the President of the District Congress Committee. He is a very prominent political worker of Bihar. He is an able organizer and a gifted writer. Says Babu Rajender Prasad, "Mr Sinha is a most powerful speaker and one of the best workers of the province and is just like a son to me" this glowing culogism bears evidence to his unsurpassed merits.

The logic of his speech is never faulty. His fairness can never be questioned and its earnestness does not show the faintest shadow of doubt.

Source: Haripura Congress Souvenir, 1938


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