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Mr.Gopinath Munde
[Ex-Deputy Chief Minister Of Maharashtra]

I was born into a farmer's family of Nathra village, Tehsil Parali in Beed district of Marathwada region in Maharashtra on December 12, 1949.

My father Pandurangrao and mother Limbabai, struggled against heavy odds and did not spare any efforts to provide education for me.

After the death of my father in 1969, my brothers took care of my education. Their struggle against poverty and plight of people in the perennially drought-stricken Beed district left an indelible mark on my young mind. This was perhaps the time when I made up my mind to do some thing to bring cheer to the suffering people.

My School in Nathra

My primary education was in the village (population then 500, now about 1000) that did not have a school building. The "school" was held under the shade of a tree. Later, the Zilla Parishad constructed a three-room building, but I have pleasant memories of my school days.

I was an average student; not very bright, not a dullard either. I was, however, determined to study even when I was not feeling well.

 

My Mother and Sister

Our family includes Sister Saraswati Karad, now about 60 years old. She is followed by my elder brother Pandit Anna, 58, who is actively involved in social and political work. He supports me in my activities in my assembly constituency, Renapur. I am the third child in the family. I am followed by younger brothers, Manikrao (47) and Venkatrao (44). Both of them stay in Parali to take care of our farm.

About My Family

My wife Pradnya a graduate, is a perfect housewife. We met during my college days at Ambajogai. Her elder brother Pramod Mahajan (Information and Broadcasting Minister in the Atal Behari Vajpayee government) was my senior in the college.

Our wedding was a major issue in Renapur assembly election (1978) since it was an intercaste love marriage. My political opponents had tried to exploit the issue in the election, but I had publicly announced that Pradnya and I would marry immediately after the poll. Elders in my family welcomed her like a daughter in the house.

Pradnya has stayed away from political or other career as she had to play the very important dual role that of a mother and father. She has played that role effectively as I remain away from home most of the time from the days I was in the opposition. Pradnya is a good and caring host to our guests.

Our eldest daughter Pankaja is now 22 and has passed out from Ruia College, Mumbai, in 1999. She took up Master's programme in Business Administration.

Pritam, our second daughter is now 19. She had an ambition to become a doctor and she is presently studying in a medical college.

Yashashri, the youngest daughter is 11. She is studying in the sixth class in St. Columbus School, Mumbai. Pradnya says all the three kids are Daddy's Daughters who yearn for his love and affection all the time.

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