Constitution of the organization:-
There was no registered body in Faridabad before 1985. Meetings were held in the Magpie Hotel once a year or only during elections. In 1977, Narayan Singh Shekhawat moved from Jodhpur (Raj.) to a factory in Faridabad, working as H. R. Manager, who is associated with Kshatriya Yuvak Sangh since 1958, thought of forming an institution here. In this matter, people who had some feeling towards the society were contacted and many became member by paying Rs. 20 as joining amount. By 1985, the organization expanded to all sectors and colonies and the number of members increased to 300. Meetings were held every month at the homes of the members belonging to the colonies. Late K. P. Singh, Rishipal Chauhan and Narayan Singh Shekhawat discussed and made the constitution of the institution and completed the process of registration of the institution. Shri K. P. Singh became the first president and Shri Narayan Singh Shekhawat became the General Secretary of Rajkul Sanskritik Sanstha. After registration, to speed up the work of the institution, the work was carried forward for the process of making an office by acquiring a piece of land. Application was made to the Haryana government but for 5 years no proper action was taken on the application file and no success was found.
In 1990, the allocation of 1000 yards of land was approved in the office of Chief Minister Shri Bhajan Lal with the help of Shri Rampal Singh (Minister, Government of Haryana), Shri Mahendra Pratap (Minister, Government of Haryana).
Founding members of the organization (active from 1985 – 1987):-
Shri Narayan Singh Shekhawat
Shri K. P. Singh (Late)
Shri O. P. Parmar
Shri B. B. Singh
Shri Pushpendra Shishodia (Late)
Shri K. Of. s. Thakur
Shri Ranveer Singh Chundawat
Shri S. B. Singh
Shri Rishipal Singh Chouhan
Shri Jagpal Singh (Late)
Shri Gurdial Singh
Shri Sohan Singh Shekhawat
Shri Matendra Singh Shekhawat
Shri M.S. Chauhan
Shri O. P. Chauhan
Shri Amar Singh
Shri Ranpal Singh
Shri Rajpal Singh Chauhan
Shri S. P. Singh Chauhan
Shri Babu Singh
Shri M.S. Chauhan (Late)
Shri B. S. Verma
Shri R. P. Singh
Executive body Tenure:-
Shri K. P. Singh was the president of the organization from 1985 – 2004. After this Shri O. P. Chauhan 2004-2010 Chairman and Shri M.S. Chouhan was the general secretary. From June, 2010 – August, 2020, Shri Ram Rawat was the President and O. P. Parmar held the post of General Secretary. The current Chairman is Shri Narayan Singh Shekhawat since August, 2020.
As soon as the land was allotted, some lawyers and some anti-social people of some Sikh villages got the allotment stopped by filing a case in the court under the influence of malicious intent. After this, the advocate of the institution, Shri O. P. Parmar (A.D.A.) presented the institution’s side before the judge and after that the then judge made a committee of 3 lawyers and inspected the place and asked to confirm the claim of possession of the institution. On the day of inspection, four walls, entrance gate and board of the institution were found on the land allotted to the committee. He gave his report before the judge and after that the case was quashed. After this, with the help of the Rajput community and other people and the government, till 1992, a partial completion certificate was obtained from the HUDA department by making basement and 2 rooms. After becoming the President in 2010, Shri Rawat worked tirelessly to build a grand and beautiful multi-storeyed “Maharana Pratap Bhawan” by taking financial support from all the executive members, people of all society, Haryana Government, Government of India ministers, MLAs, MPs etc. Important work done The organization will always remember this effort and unforgettable act of his and will take his name with respect.
Branches of the organization:-
The number of members of the organization had grown to 450 by 1992. It was becoming increasingly difficult to keep in touch with all of them. To facilitate this, the branches of the organization were formed in sectors and colonies and they were given the freedom to make members and run the organization. These branches were later converted into full-fledged institutions such as Ballabhgarh, Sanjay Colony, Old Faridabad, N. I.T. Faridabad, Sector 28 etc.
Objectives of the organization:-
- Keep organizing all the Rajput families of Faridabad by binding them in one contact thread.
- To make free arrangements for business, legal advice to all the members of Rajkul.
- To advise the children of the members to get good education and to arrange free training to the children for further education of 10+2.
- To get the families contacted for the marriage of the boys and girls of the members.
- To provide free facilities in the institution building for the good health of the members.
- To provide education for the feeling of society in women and character building in children through cultural programs.
- On completion of the education of the members of the members, employment should be arranged according to their studies.
- To inculcate in the members a sense of society by introducing them to historical events and biographies of brave men and women.
- To set up a committee for speedy redressal of any kind of problems of the members.
- To organize branches and camps of Kshatriya Yuvak Sangh for character building among the children of the members.
Current activities of the organization:-
- National and Social Functions:-
- 26 January (Republic Day)
- March, Holi Milan
- 9 May (Maharana Pratap Jayanti)
- 15 August (Independence Day)
- Shravan Teej
- Annual Meeting of the Society (AGM)
- physiotherapy in the basement
- Free system of homeopathy checkup and medicine
Upcoming activities of the organization:-
- Free coaching for 10+2 children
- Providing details for the marriage of boys and girls through the website of the institution.
- To make arrangements for providing employment to the youth through the website.
- Celebrating the anniversaries of historical great men and motivating other institutions for the same.
- To do collective work for the development of the society by connecting the institutions of the country and abroad.