Kamal Nath is the 18th Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh. He is a internationally acclaimed politician and senior Congress leader. He was born on 18th Nov 1946 in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. A naive 24-year-old, St. Xavier College graduate embarked on his journey to Indian politics in the late 1970s. After a decade-long hard work and diligence, the first national level recognition came to him much to his credit as he got elected to Lok Sabha in 1980. Campaigning for him during this election, the late Iron Lady of India Smt.Indira Gandhi told the people of Chhindwara that "I am giving you my son". Ever since the early 1980's his journey has been unstoppable which reflects in his winning streak in 1985, 1989, 1991 and finally getting inducted into the cabinet in 1991. An astounding fact about Kamal Nath is that he holds a record of being continuously elected to Lok Sabha 9 times, the only person to do so in the history of Indian National Congress and India’s politics.

Awards and Recognition



Governor Smt. Anandiben Patel administered the oath of office and secrecy to leader of Congress Legislative Party Shri Kamal Nath as the 18th Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh.


Protem Speaker

On 4th June 2014, Former Parliamentary Affairs Minister and nine-term Lok Sabha member Kamal Nath sworn in as the pro tem Speaker of the 16th Lok Sabha.



Congress president Rahul Gandhi appointed senior leader Kamal Nath as president of Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee.



On 4th June 2014, Former Parliamentary Affairs Minister and nine-term Lok Sabha member Kamal Nath sworn in as the pro tem Speaker of the 16th Lok Sabha.


ABLF Statesman

In November 2012, he received the "ABLF Statesman Award" at the Asian Business Leadership Forum Awards


Recent Activities


Books written by Kamal Nath


The name Chhindwara has been derived from the word 'chhind' which basically is a name of a local tall tree surrounding the district. Chhindwara District ranks first in area (11,815 km²) in Madhya Pradesh.

General Information

It is on the southwest region of 'Satpura Range of Mountains'.[1] It is spread from 21.28 to 22.49 deg. North (latitude) and 78.40 to 79.24 deg. East (longitude) and spread over an area of 11,815 km². This district is bound by the plains of Nagpur District (in Maharashtra State) on the south, Hoshangabad and Narsinghpur districts on the north, Betul District on the west and Seoni District on the east.

In Chhindwara the Gauli Rule existed before the advent of the Gonds. Deogarh on the Chhindwara plateau is believed to be the last seat of Gauli power. According to legend, founder of the Gond dynasty, Jatha slew and supplanted the Gauli chiefs Ransur and Ghamsur. History records the place from the time of the rule of King Bakht Bulund, whose kingdom was spread over the Satpura range of hills and it is believed that his rule was up to the 3rd century. One ancient plaque, belonging to Rashtrakut dynasty, was found in Neelkanth village. This dynasty ruled up to the 7th century. Then came the Gondwana dynasty which ruled the area with Deogarh as the capital. King Bakht Bulund was most powerful in the dynasty and he has adopted Islam as his religion during the rule of Emperor Aurangzeb. Power changed many hands and Maratha rule ended in 1803.

Chhindwara Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 29 Lok Sabha constituencies in Madhya Pradesh state in central India. This constituency came into existence in 1951, and it presently covers the entire Chhindwara district. It was a double member constituency from 1956–61, with one seat reserved for the candidates belonging to the Scheduled tribes.Presently, since the delimitation of the parliamentary and legislative assembly constituencies in 2008, Chhindwara Lok Sabha constituency comprises of seven Vidhan Sabha (Legislative Assembly) segments.

Kamal Nath ( born 18 November 1946) is an Indian politician and the Ex Minister of Urban Development. He is a member and the pro tem Speaker of the current 16th Lok Sabha of India. He represents the Chhindwara constituency of Madhya Pradesh and is a member of the Indian National Congress (INC).

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