| 6 ft (1.8 m)|
| Trader, Businessman|
| "Pandit Bala krishan Dutta, Pandit Kishori lal Dutta, Pandit Ram Prakash Dutta".|
Hulasa Ram Dutta
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Hulasa Ram Dutta Wikipedia
Hulasa Ram Dutta (Hindi: हुलासा राम दत्ता; 1860–1951) was an Indian tea trader, businessman and social activist. He was well known in political circles at the era of Raja of Mandi Riyasat, Himachal Pradesh (Old Himachal)
Hulasa ram was born in the Hoshiarpur District of Punjab, British India, in a Bhardwaj Brahmin family.
He was an astrologer and for his abilities in astrology and religious activities he was appointed as Raj Guru of Mandi State. He was adept in Persian, Urdu, English language and was appointed to the court of Mandi state before independence of India.
1940 he was honoured with the Title "Rais of Chauntra in Mandi State (British India)" by the Raja of Mandi state for his works in public interest and services for the Mandi state.