Khajan Singh

Khajan Singh Biography

Posted by | Vishnu Das on | July 5, 2024

Date of Birth

6 / May / 1962


62 Years


Swimmer, DIG of CRPF

Khajan Singh Tokas, also known as Khazan Singh, is renowned for his achievements in swimming and his service as a DIG of CRPF.

Khajan Singh Height, Age, Wife, Family, Biography, & More

His illustrious career in swimming includes winning 5 gold medals at the National School Championships in Delhi from 1981 to 1982 and securing 2 silver medals at the National Championship held in Trivandrum in 1982. Khajan Singh’s dedication to the sport earned him accolades and recognition throughout his career.

Early Life

Khajan Singh Tokas had a promising start to his early life in Munirka, Delhi, where he developed a keen interest in swimming from a young age. His dedication and talent quickly became evident, leading him to participate actively in swimming competitions during his school years. Encouraged by his family and mentors, Khajan excelled in the sport, laying the foundation for a remarkable career ahead.


Khajan Singh Tokas attended Government Senior Secondary School in Sarojini Nagar, Delhi. He completed his education up to Class 12.


Khajan Singh Tokas was born on 6th May 1962 (Sunday) in Munirka, Delhi. As of 2024, he is 62 years old. His zodiac sign is Taurus, and he holds Indian nationality.

Physical Stats

Khajan Singh Tokas stands approximately 6 feet 2 inches tall (187 cm). He has black eyes and black hair.

Wife and Children

Khajan Singh Tokas is married to Charulata Khajansing Tokas, who is the daughter of Prabha Rau, former Governor of Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh. They have two children: a son named Sahil and a daughter named Vilobhana.


Khajan Singh Tokas’s father is Hazari Lal. He has two brothers: Balkishan Singh and Dharampal Singh.

Khajan Singh Wife Charulata Khajansing Tokas

Khajan Singh Wife Charulata Khajansing Tokas


Khajan Singh Tokas forged a distinguished career in swimming, marked by numerous accolades and achievements. His journey in competitive swimming began with impressive victories at the National School Championships in Delhi, where he clinched multiple gold and silver medals in the early 1980s.

His prowess continued to shine through at the national level, solidifying his reputation as one of India’s top swimmers of his time. Beyond his athletic achievements, Khajan Singh’s contributions to swimming in India are celebrated, reflecting his dedication and skill in the sport.

Net Worth

Khajan Singh Tokas’s net worth is Rs 1,09,05,104 (one crore nine lakhs five thousand one hundred four rupees).

Some Lesser Known Facts About Khajan Singh

  • The same year, in the National Aquatic Championship held for the first time in Ahmedabad, now known as Prayagraj, Khajan emerged victorious and marked the national record in 100 meters freestyle in 55. 21 seconds.
  • The same year at the competition in Kathmandu he completed it in 34 seconds.
  • Khajan won in the 200m Butterfly category of swimming at the Seoul Asian Games in 1986 and thus brought the swimming medal for India after three decades of the first win in 1951 at Asiad. Consecutively, he became the first Indian to win at the Asiad.
  • Khajan Singh was chosen to represent India for being an excellent swimmer at various international events, such as the 12 Commonwealth Games in Brisbane in 1982, the 9th Asian Games in New Delhi in 1982 the second Asian swimming championship in Seoul in 1984, and a Friendly international match at Moscow in the year 1984.
  • Khajan Singh was adopted by Kishan Lal. His adoptive father and real father had been in the dairy business since 1945. Khajan’s real father had agreed to let Kishan Lal adopt one of his 4 sons.
  • Khajan Singh broke his previous record of 56 seconds and marked a victory within 55 seconds at the National School Championship event.
  • In 1982, he won multiple medals for the National Aquatic Championship held at Trivandrum.
  • His particular international achievement was the victory at the South Asian Federation Games (now SA Games)
  • He was the uncontested winner of the 1988 Nationals held in Calcutta which saw him walk away with various medals again.
  • He entered competitive swimming in the years 1981-82 and won various medals at the National School Championships.
  • He bagged the third position at the Asian Swimming Championships that took place in Beijing in 1988 and the second position at the Police World Games in the 100m Butterfly category, which also took place in the same year.
  • He also won and came first as a swimmer on the police relay team.

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Body Measurements Not Known
Birth Place Munirka, Delhi
Children Son: Sahil, Daughter: Vilobhana
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Height In CM 187 CM
Height In Meter 1.87 M
Nationality Indian
Parents Father: Hazari Lal, Mother: Name Not Known
Profession Swimmer, DIG of CRPF
Siblings Brothers: Balkishan Singh, Dharampal Singh
Spous Charulata Khajansing Tokas
Weight Not Known
Zodiac Sign Taurus


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