Early Life and Education
He was the son of a nationalist zamindar of the erstwhile United Provinces, and a former Dewan of Alwar. A topper throughout school and college, he is an alumnus of St Johns College, Agra which is affiliated to Agra University where he received a Bachelor's Degree in History, Sanskrit and Hindi. He attended the Agra University and received a Master's Degree in History and an LLB Degree. Thereafter he read Persian and International Law at Trinity College, Cambridge.
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