How many can claim with conviction and without being challenged, that they have truly ‘lived’? Late Mr. Mehar Chand Mahajan is perhaps one of the very few of whom it can be said that he had ‘truely lived.’ Looked at from any angle his eminently commendable contributions to national affairs – as an educationist, as a social reformer, as an Arya Samajist, as an Indian and, foremost of all, as a man – are worth saluting. One does not often come across such a fine combination of head and heart, justice and mercy, nobility and modesty, fearlessness and wisdom, a disciplinarian yet human
Born on 23 December 1889, an astrologerís prophecy mode his par≠ents keep him away from their sight in the house of Rajput foster parents for the first 12 years of his life. This was the origin of the future Chief Justice of India.