About Namdev Singh
I, Namdev Singh Sidhu M.A., B.Ed. born in 1954 at Lehra
Mahobbat, famous village of Bahia (a group of twenty two villages of Jat
Sikh Sidhus in District Bathinda of Punjab State
* I got my school education from my dedicated teachers in open ground under the sky.
** My educational qualification is M.A. B.Ed.
Sweet memories about my village still refresh my mind, when I think about :
* Late Sh. Mohinder Singh (my father), who told me to live a simple and truthful life.
** Late Sh. Mohinder Nath Prashar, Late Sh. Joginder Singh Thanedar,
Master Jagjit Singh Sidhu, Late Baba Jangir Singh (Zira Sikh), Late
Kochar Singh and Ujagar Singh from whom I learned about our rich past
and who told me how valuable the education is !
*** Sh. Veerinder Singh who remained my class fellow till my graduation.
Sh. Jagdev Singh was my class fellow for first 9 years of my school
education. Both of them are still in touch with me.
From the very beginning I am always:-
*Fond of adventure and awareness.
**Feel happy in doing social work.
***Interested in doing something new.
****Eager to see new lands and new people of Mother India and I have
visited all the States, except Kerala and Ice-lands of India.
I have some achievements as below :
* I was awarded with the President of India's Silver Medal in December 2004, for my outstanding work during Census 2000-01.
** I participated in I.S.R.S. (Indian Society of Remote Sensing)
conference held at Jaipur alongwith team of P. R. S. C., Ludhiana.
*** I was deputed by Election Department to train the Administrative
officers of Himachal Pradesh for Assembly Elections in 2003. Before
this, I was appointed as Liaison Officer for Jammu and Kashmir Assembly
**** I have written four books namely Rab-da-Dushman (Poetry), Huseen
Vaadian de Mehmaan (Travel and Adventure), a profile on Punjab Lok
Sabha Elections, Mukte - Muktisar and Muktsar De Shaheed(relating to 40
Muktas and Muktsar).
I enjoy adventure and awareness tours along with Sh. Rajiv Prasher, PCS who is a daring adventurous person.
The explorers need no pass