Ravindra Kaushik (RAW Agent) -Biography, Birth, Family, Career, Lifestyle, More…
Ravindra Kaushik was an Indian intelligence Agent employed for Research and Analysis Wing ( RAW). He is considered one of the most popular Indian spices a brave man and he joined the Pakistan Army and to protect our country. He is one of the best guides to anyone.
Ravindra Kaushik Was born into a model family on 11 April 1952 ( Age 49 years; at the time of his death in 2001) in Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan. He spent most of the childhood in Sri Ganganagar, Growing up, he witnessed the Indo-Pak war between 1965 and 1971.
After his schooling from a Government School in Sri Ganganagar, he attended a private college, SD Bihani college, in Sri Ganganagar to earn a degree in B.com. While in college, Ravindra developed a knack for acting and started participating in various theatrical plays and dramas, He had become very famous in his college for his acting skills.
Ravindra Kaushik Raw Agent
Family & Relationships
Wife / Spouse
Amanat (daughter of a tailor in one of the army units of Pakistan)
Father- JM Kaushik (Indian Air Force Personnel; died of shock and heart failure) Mother- Amladevi (died in 2006)
Brother- Rajeshwarnath Kaushik (younger) Sister- Name Not Known
• B.Com. from SD Bihani College in Sriganganagar, Rajasthan • LLB from the University of Karachi
• SD Bihani College in Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan • The University of Karachi
A Government School in Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan
Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, India
ZODIAC SIGN / SUN SIGN
Hinduism Note: While he was on a secret mission to Pakistan, he had converted to Islam
Being one of the most popular Intelligence Agents in India
Year of Joining
Date of Death
21 November 2001
Place of Death
Central Jail Mianwali, Punjab, Pakistan
Pulmonary Tuberculosis and Heart Disease
Acting, Watching Films, Listening to Music
His family claimed that the storyline of the 2012 Bollywood film, Ek Tha Tiger, was based on the life of Ravindra Kaushik. They also demanded that his name should be given in the film’s credit.
Marital Status (at the time of death)
Son- None Daughter- 1 (Name Not Known)
Research and Analysis Wing
Discussing Ravindra Kaushik’s first contact with the RAW Officers, ” It was likely his mono-demonstration in school where he played an Indian armed force official who would not uncover data to China that grabbed the eye of knowledge officials.”
Crude extended to him the employment opportunity of an Undercover Indian Agent in Pakistan.
Not long after in the wake of finishing his Bachelors in Commerce, Kaushik left for Delhi to join RAW; entering a universe of interest and peril.
Kaushik needed to experience broad preparing in Delhi for a long time
In 1975, Kaushik was sent to Pakistan on a mission. He changed over to Islam and was given the nom de plume Nabi Ahmed Shakir. To demonstrate to him an unadulterated Muslim, Sunnat (circumcision) was likewise performed on Kaushik.
In Pakistan, Ravindra Kaushik has demonstrated an occupant of Islamabad.
Not long after Kaushik entered Pakistan, he got affirmation at Karachi University.
While serving the Pakistan Army, Ravindra Kaushik came into the contact of a Muslim young lady named Amanat, who has a place with a wealthy family.
Allegedly, Kaushik had visited India three to multiple times during his residency as a covert specialist in Pakistan; he would achieve Delhi by means of Dubai.
Ravindra Kaushik’s nephew, Vikram Vashisth, says-“In 1979, he did a noteworthy task that won him honors from his supervisors.
The Title Black Tiger:
From 1979 to 1983, Kaushik passed on a few significant data to RAW.
It was all going admirably with Kaushik until 1983 when his spread was incidentally extinguished by another Indian operator called Inayat Masiha; During cross-examination, Inayat Masiha separated and uncovered his motivation. He recognized Black Tiger and Kaushik was captured promptly on charges of undercover work. Around then, Kaushik was 29-year-old.
He had gone through 26 years of his life far from his family and home in troublesome conditions.
During his detainment, Kaushik subtly conveyed about six letters to his family; In a letter, he asked: “Kya Bharat Jaise bade Desh ke liye kurbani dene waalon ko Yahi milta hai?”
Since 1987, both Kaushik’s sibling and sickly mother had attempted a few endeavors to ask the Indian Government to verify Kaushik’s discharge from Pakistan’s authority. They composed a few letters however got no reaction. In one such letter, Amladevi kept in touch with the then Indian Prime Minister ‘Atal Bihari Vajpayee’
As indicated by his sibling, Rajeshwarnath Kaushik, the main thing that the Indian Government did after Ravindra’s demise was to send his folks some cash each month as benefits.