Kalyan Singh Kalvi
|Minister of Energy|
1990 - 1991
|Prime Minister||Chandra Shekhar|
|Preceded by||Arif Mohammad Khan|
|Succeeded by||N. K. P. Salve|
1989 - 1991
|Preceded by||Virdhi Chand Jain|
|Succeeded by||Ram Niwas Mirdha|
|Born||4 December 1933|
Kalvi, Nagaur, Rajasthan
|Political party||Janata Dal|
|Children||Lokendra Singh Kalvi (Son)|
Kalyan Singh Kalvi Indian state of Rajasthan.
Kalvi came from the village of Kalvi in Nagaur district, Rajasthan. He was Agriculture Minister in the Government of Rajasthan during the period when Bhairon Singh Shekhawat was Chief Minister. Later, he was elected to the Ninth Lok Sabha in the general election of 1989 from Barmer Lok Sabha constituency. Kalvi was close confidant of Chandra Shekhar and played a key role in formation of Shekhar's government after the fall of the V.P. Singh government. He became a cabinet minister in 1991, holding the portfolio for Energy. He died soon after. Kalvi was a leader of the Janata Dal political party and also prominent and popular in the rural areas of Rajasthan as well as in the Rajput community.
His son, Lokendra Singh Kalvi, is a leader of the Rajput organisation Karni Sena, and has been associated with multiple political parties, including the Indian National Congress, and the Bahujan Samaj Party. His grandson, Bhavani Kalvi, is a polo player who has represented India in the sport; another grandson, Pratap Kalvi, is a reputed marksman. and he is one best leadership to connect the rajput samaj