Candidate List for 28 Seats covering Mewar & Vagad Region | Rajasthan Election

Rajasthan Assembly election will be conducted on Friday, 7th December 2018. As a citizen of this city, it is important for you to know about who is going to be the future MLA from your city. These 28 seats from the Mewar and Vagad Region will play a very crucial role in the Vidhan Sabha elections.

So, here are the names of all the candidates standing for the State Assembly elections from Mewar and Vagad region which includes 6 districts namely Udaipur district, Banswara district, Chittorgarh district, Dungarpur district, Rajsamand district and Dhariawad district. These candidates belong to different parties the major ones being Bhartiya Janta Party and Indian National Congress. Some candidates don’t belong to any particular party and are standing in the elections as an individual.

Udaipur District

Udaipur City

Party Name Sign
BJP Gulab Chand Kataria Lotus
INC Girija Vyas Hand
BSP Pushkar Lal Elephant
SHS Dimple Rathore Bow and Arrow
JSR Dalpat Singh Surana Pan
AAAP Bharat Kumawat Broom
JD(S) Ramchandra Salvi A Lady farmer carrying paddy on her head
Independent Kalu Lal Salvi Gas Cylinder
Daulat Ram Sahu Belt
Praveen Ratlia Key
Rajesh Vaishnav Wall
Udaipur city

Udaipur Rural

CPI Ghanshyam Singh Tanwar Ears of Corn and Sickle
BJP Phool Singh Meena Lotus
BSP Laxman Elephant
INC Vivek Katara Hand
BMUP Prabhu Lal Meena Gas Cylinder
JSR Someshwer Meena Pan


Udaipur Rural

Udaipur District

Salumber(ST) Gogunda (ST)
BJP Amritlal Meena Pratap Lal Gameti
INC Raghuveer Singh Meena Dr. Mangilal Garasia


Jhadol(ST) Kherwara(ST)
BJP Babulal Kharadi Nanalal Ahari
INC Sunil Bhajat Dr Dayaram Parmar


Mavli Vallabhnagar
BJP Dharamnarayan Joshi Udailal Dangi
INC Pushkar Lal Dangi Gajendra Singh Shaktawat

Banswara District

Banswara(ST) Ghatol(ST)
BJP Hakru Maida Harendra Ninama
INC Arjun Barnaniya Nanalal Ninama


Garhi(ST) Bagidora(ST)
BJP Kailash Meena Khemraj Garasiya
INC Kanta Bheel Mahendrajeet Singh Malviya


BJP Bheema Bhai Damor
INC Alliance (Loktantrik Janta Dal)

Chittorgarh District

Kapasan(SC) Badi Sadri
BJP Arjun Jeengar Lalit Ostwal
INC Anandi Ram Khatik Prakash Choudnary


Nimbhaera Pratapgarh(ST)
BJP Shrichand Kriplani Hemant Meena
INC Udaylal Anjana Ramlal Meena


Begun Chittorgarh
BJP Suresh Dhakad Chandrabhan Singh Akyan
INC Rajender Singh Bidhuri Surendra Singh Jadawat

Dungarpur District

Dungarpur(ST) Aspur(ST)
BJP Madhav Lal Varhat Gopichand Meena
INC Ganesh Ghogara Raiya Meena


Sagwara(ST) Chaurasi(ST)
BJP Shankarlal Decha Sushil Katara
INC Surendra Kumar (Bamania) Manju Devi Rot

Rajsamand District

Bhim Kumbhalgarh
BJP Hari Singh Rawat Surendra Singh Rathore
INC Sudarshan Singh Rawat Ganesh Parmar


Rajsamand Nathdwara
BJP Kiran Maheshwari Mahesh Pratap Singh
INC Narayan Singh Bhati Dr. C.P. Joshi

Dhariawad District

BJP Gautamlal Meena
INC Nagaraj Meena

Rajasthan Assembly Elections are on 7th December 2018. We request you to take some time out of your busy schedule and go vote. We are the only one responsible for our own tomorrow.

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[Exclusive Pictures] Narendra Modi in Udaipur

Mr. Narendra Modi addressed the Janjaati Morcha Sammelan in Udaipur at Gandhi Ground. This was his first public rally in the states that are going for the assembly elections in coming two months. Former CM of Rajasthan Mrs. Vasundhara Raje was also present at the event. BJP’s election manifesto for Rajasthan assembly election was almost complete and would be submitted to party’s state president Vasundhara Raje on October 25, Kataria said.







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Few points from speech of Narendra Modi,

  • Seeing such a large crowd in Udaipur for the first time, it is an indication of a storm in the country.
  • This today is the beginning of my tours in the poll bound states, starting from Rajasthan.
  • In Mewar, I bow to Maharana Pratap. We also remember Rana Sanga here.
  • In 1857, the challenge to the British came from the areas where there were tribal communities. Desh Bhakti of the tribal communities inspires us even today.
  • For the last few days there have been so many inaugurations in Rajasthan that there were no scissors left in the market.
  • ‘Shahzada’ came to Rajasthan and spoke. But even Congress workers did not understand what he spoke, why he spoke, for whom he spoke.
  • Person who came to ask for votes for Gehlot, does he trust him? Do they trust their own CM?
  • If ‘he’ trusted this government, why did he come to visit Gopalgarh without telling anyone? A government and chief minister who the ‘shahzada’ does not trust how can you trust?
  • Human Rights Commission has used such words for this Rajasthan government. Even the Human Rights Commission does not trust this government.
  • The Governor of Rajasthan who is from Congress, what did she say? If you cannot implement schemes, build roads let me do it. Governor is from the Congress, Shahzada appointed her, and she is saying such a thing.
  • Can any woman of Rajasthan have the courage to meet the ministers of Rajasthan? 
  • Modi asks the Udaipur crowd — is Congress telling you what they did? Draws a loud ‘no’ from his audience.
  • Congress said prices will be down in 100 days. What happened?
  • Production of onion has gone down 5%, but the price has gone up by 1500%. Onions are grown in Maharashtra, AP, Karnataka — all Congress-ruled states.
  • The government in Delhi is busy finding gold, 2G, but has no interest in onions.
  • Compare what the cost for food was when Vajpayee ji left government and what it costs now. Today the costliest thing is onions.
  • Influenced by TV and daily soaps, the ‘shahzada’ is not talking about the issues concerning the people, but a family serial.
  • Narendra Modi concludes speech in signature style with loud chants of ‘Vande Mataram.’Modi urges the crowd to throw out Congress from Rajasthan.

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Birthday Greetings to Mr. Gulab Chand Kataria

Mr. Gulab Chand Kataria needs no introduction to anyone in Udaipur, as well as outside Udaipur. A former Home minister in Government of Rajasthan, he is a senior leader of BJP and is also a member of central working committee of the party. He resides in our own Udaipur, and has represented it in 9th Lok Sabha.

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Mr. Gulab Chand Kataria

He was born on 13th Oct 1944 at Delwara Village near Udaipur City. Today, on 13th of October 2011, he celebrates his 67th Birthday.

As we all know, Mr. Mohan Lal Sukhadia (ex- Chief Minister, Rajasthan) saw a dream that the lakes of Udaipur shall always remain full throughout the year, it was Mr. Kataria who struggled for the project and got it completed. Yet this down-to-earth visionary gives all the credit to Mr. Sukhadia for the entire Devas project, even sometimes going against the party guidelines. He has done many social and development works for our beautiful city of lakes.

His program for today will begin with Rudra Abhishek at the Triyambakeshwar Mahadev Mandir, Machla Magra, Sector 11 at about 7:30 AM.Then, he will be participating at a function in the party office, which will be followed by tree plantation programme, where he will be planting trees on occasion of his birthday, and later he will also take part in a blood donation camp at Seva Mandir.

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Mr. Bhagwan Lal 

In a small discussion with Mr. Bhagwan Lal Sharma, Secretary, Triyambakeshwar Mahadev Mandir, we were informed that Mr. Kataria is a great follower of Lord Shiva, and has been worshipping at the temple from more than 25 years, whose foundation too was laid by Mr. Gulab Chand Kataria. Every year, on occasion of his birthday, he performs the Rudrabhishek ceremony of Lord Shiva, worships Lord Shiva before going anywhere on the day of elections, as well as attends all the functions of the temple, such as Shivratri, Janmashtmi, etc alongwith his colony mates.


The entire Team of UdaipurBlog wishes him a very happy birthday. May his great ideas be a guiding path for those who want to contribute their life for the development as well as also be a role model for upliftment of Udaipur in every possible case, just as he himself did.

Here are a few facts about Mr. Gulab Chand Kataria. (Source: Wikipedia)

Positions Held

  • 1980 – 1981 Member, Estimates Committee, Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
  • 1981 – 1985 Member, Estimates Committee (A), Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
  • 19/01/1990 Member, Committee on Papers Laid on the Table, Lok Sabha
  • 1990 Member, Committee on Agriculture, Lok Sabha
  • 13/12/1993 – 30/11/1998 Minister, Primary & Secondary Education, Bhasha, Govt. of Rajasthan
  • 13/12/1993 – 05/07/1998 Minister, Sanskrit Shiksha, Lingual Minority, Language Dept. (Bhasha Vibhag), Devasthan, Govt. of Rajasthan
  • 1999 – 2000 Chairman, Public Accounts Committee, Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
  • 1999 – 2000 Member, House Committee, Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
  • 24/08/2002 to 04/12/2003 Leader of the Opposition, Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
  • 08/01/2004 to 31/05/2004 Minister, PWD & Home, Govt. of Rajasthan
  • 31/05/2004 to 31/12/08 Minister, Home Deptt., Govt. of Rajasthan

Memberships of Legislature

  • 1977 – 1980 Member, 6th Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
  • 1980 – 1985 Member, 7th Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
  • 1989 – 1991 Member, 9th Lok Sabha
  • 1993 – 1998 Member, 10th Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
  • 1998 – 2003 Member, 11th Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
  • 2003 – 2008 Member, 12th Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
  • 2008 – Cont. Member, 13th Rajasthan Legislative Assembly

Party Posts Held

  • 1977 – 1980 Vice President & General Secretary, Janta Yuva Morcha
  • 1980 – 1985 Secretary, Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP), Rajasthan
  • 1986 – 1993 General Secretary, BJP, Rajasthan
  • 27/05/1999 – 19/06/2000 President, BJP, Rajasthan