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Bikaner’s IAS Pari Bishnoi to get married in Udaipur with Haryana’s youngest MLA

Pari Bishnoi, a 2020 officer from Sikkim cadre, who is on deputation to Haryana, is getting married on December 22, 2023 with Bhavya Bishnoi, Haryana's youngest Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) in Udaipur. Bhavya is son of BJP leader Kuldeep Bishnoi and grandson of former Haryana Minister Bhajan Lal.

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Following the grand wedding in Udaipur, the couple has plans to throw gala reception in Pushkar, and Adampur from where Bhavya Bishnoi is the MLA. According to media reports more than 1.5 lakh people will attend marriage and reception ceremony. While reception at Pushkar o December 24 would be thrown for friends and relatives, the function in Delhi on December 27 would be for VVIPs including senior political leaders, officers and leading businessmen. The reception at Adampur on December 26 would be for public of Bishnoi family's home constituency. Kuldeep Bishnoi told The BuckStopper that he has invited 55 villages of Adampur constituency the way his father Bhajan Lal had invited all the villages on his wedding.

Who is Pari Bishnoi

Pari Bishnoi secured 30th rank in the 2019 Civil Services Examination. She is daughter of an advocate father Maniram Bishnoi and Inspector mother Sushila Bishnoi. Her grand father had been four-time sarpanch of village Kakra in Bikaner district.

Pari did her schooling from a convent school in Ajmer. She then moved to Delhi, where she completed her graduation from the Indraprastha College for . After that she came back to Ajmer and pursued Masters degree in Political Science from MDS University, Ajmer. She has a great interest in teaching, and she has successfully cleared the NET exam and NET-JRF.

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