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Dr. Singh was born in a Sikh family of a town called Gah in British India. After his birth, his parents brought him to Panja Sahib, one of the most sacred Sikhha sanctuaries, fifty kilometers from Rawalpindi. 

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Manmohan Singh Biodata and Biography
Name
Manmohan Singh Kohli
Nick-name
Mohan
Profession
Economist, Bureaucrat, Politician
Height
5 feet 6 Inches
Weight
60  kg
Date Of Birth
26 September 1932
Age
86 -Years (as in 2018)
Religion
Sikhism
Nation
Indian
Debut Movie
Not Known
Famous Role
Not Known
Girlfriends / Affairs
Not Known
Horoscope/ Zodiac Sign
Libra


 BodyMeasurements
Body Measurements
39-30-14 Inches
Chest Size
39- inches
Waist Size
30- inches
Biceps Size
14- inches
Eye Colour
Black
Hair Colour
Grey

Residence
Birth Place
Gah, Punjab, British India (Now Punjab, Pakistan)
Residence
Gah, Punjab, British India (Now Punjab, Pakistan)
Home Town
Amritsar, Punjab, India


School and College
school
A Village school in Gah, Peshawar, Khalsa High School for Boys, Peshawar, British India
College
Hindu College, Amritsar, Government College, Panjab University, Hoshiarpur, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, Oxford University, Oxford, England
Other Qualifications
B.A. (Hons.) in Economics from Government College, Panjab University, Hoshiarpur (now, in Chandigarh) in 1952, M.A. in Economics from Government College, Panjab University, Hoshiarpur (now, in Chandigarh) in 1954, Economic Tripos from University of Cambridge in 1957, Doctorate in Philosophy from the University of Oxford in 1960


 Family
Father
Gurmukh Singh
Mother
Amrit Kaur
Brother
Surinder Singh Kohli, Daljit Singh Kohli, Surjeet Singh Kohli
Sisters
Gobind Kaur, Pritam Kaur, Nirman Kaur, Narinder Kaur, Gyan Kaur
Marital Status
Married
Wife
Gursharan Kaur
Daughter
Amrit Singh, Daman Singh, Upinder Singh
son
Not Known
Uncles
Not Known
Aunties
Not Known
Grandfather
Sant Singh
Grandmother
Jamna Devi




Favorites
Favorite Movie
Not Known
Favorite Director
Not Known
Favorite Colour
Grey
Favorite Destination
Not Known
Favorite Book
Not Known
Favourite Sport
Not Known
Favorite Actor
Not Known
Favorite Actress
Not Known
Favorite Food
Missi Roti, Vadiyaan, Pulao & Chhole
Favorite Musician
Babbu Maan
Favourite Perfume Brand
Not Known
Cars Collection
Maruti 800 (1996 Model)
Hobbies
Poetry, Reading, Writing, Listening to Music


Remuneration
Movie-Remuneration
50,000/month
(INR)
Net-worth
11.6 crore


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According to custom, the priest randomly opened the holy guru Granth Sahib. The first word on the page started with "M" and the baby called "Manmohan". his father, Gurmukh Singh, was a commissioner, which imported dry fruit from Afghanistan for delivery in India.

He was first admitted to a village school in Gah, Peshawar; where his role is not. It was 187. The name of the professor was Daulat Ram. According to sources, Singh's father would usually stay outside of the city and rarely visit Gah.

After the primary school, Manmohan Singh had to move to Chakwal, a city in Pakistan, where he was admitted to the Khalsa Boys High School. 
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This is where his father came after a long time; who has returned to marry some time. He took Manmohan to his second family in Peshawar. Manmohan is not very happy about that. Manmohan Singh was 11 years old.

After his move to Peshawar, Manmohan Singh's fears of his new family were quickly expelled; Sitawanti Kaur, as her mother-in-law, was very warm and friendly with him and developed a good relationship with her very quickly.

Singh was the first prime minister since pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru was re-elected after a five-year term. He also became the first Sikh Prime Minister of India in May 2004. It is a surprise for his wife, Gursharan Kaur, when the name of Singh was chosen for the prime minister of India. 2004.

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