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Last seen on: NY Times Crossword 1 Aug 20, Saturday

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Har Bilas Sarda (1867-1955) was an Indian academic, judge and politician. He is best known for having introduced the Child Marriage Restraint Act (1929).

Har Bilas Sarda was born on 3 June 1867 in Ajmer, in a Maheshwari family. His father Sriyut Har Narayan Sarda (Maheshwari) was a Vedantist, who worked as a librarian at the Government College, Ajmer. He had a sister who died in September 1892.

Sarda passed his matriculation exam in 1883. Subsequently, he studied at the Agra College (then affiliated to Calcutta University), and obtained a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in 1888. He passed with Honours in English, and also studied philosophy and Persian. He started his career as a teacher in the Government College, Ajmer, in 1889. He wanted to pursue further studies at the Oxford University, but abandoned his plans because of his father’s poor health. His father died in April 1892; a few months later, his sister and mother also died.

Sarda travelled extensively in British India, from Shimla in north to Rameswaram in south, and from Bannu in west to Calcutta in east. In 1888, Sarda visited the Indian National Congress session at Allahabad. He attended several more meetings of the Congress, including those at Nagpur, Bombay, Benares, Calcutta and Lahore.

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