Draupadi Murmu was born on 20 June 1958. She was born in Baidaposi, a small village in Orissa’s Mayurbanj district. She succeeded in her academics and was a true follower of Lord Shiva from a young age. She received her education in Bhubaneswar at the Unit II High School and Rama Devi College (now University). She came from an ST family and faced many difficulties to finish her higher education after working as a teacher at the Shri Aurobindo Integral Education Center in Rairangpur. She later joined the BJP party in 1997 to start her political career.

She is the first tribal or Adivasi woman appointed as the 15th President. By separating Draupadi Murmu from the tribal tribe and creating historical records.

Draupadi Murmu’s family was educated and has a respectable position in the village despite being born in a tribal family in a backward region. Her father and grandpa both held high positions in the village as leaders. She had two boys and one daughter from her marriage to Shyam Charan Murmu. But her two sons passed away in later years.

Draupadi Murmu began her career as a teacher. She was an assistant professor at the Shri Aurobindo Integral Education and Research Institute in Rairangpur. Draupadi  Murmu later worked as a Junior Assistant for the Odisha government’s Irrigation Department. 

She joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in 1997 and quickly climbed to the position of councilor for Rairangpur Nagar Panchayat. She got the position of chairwoman of the Rairangpur Nagar Panchayat and then held the position of Tribes Morcha National Vice President for the BJP. She served two terms as a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) from the Rairangpur constituency in the BJP during her political career.

Draupadi Murmu belonged to a resident of a less developed area. She completed her studies at a women’s college, and in 1997, she started her political career by winning a seat on the Rairangpur Nagar Panchayat council. She also held the position of BJP Party National Vice President. She was finally able to become the first tribal governor of Jharkhand by performing well at the party.

She also held the position of Minister of State with Independent responsibility for the Development of Animal Resources, Fisheries, and Transport. She also worked as an MLA for four years, from 2000 to 2004. After becoming an MLA, she received the Nilkantha Award for her outstanding performance, and she was regarded as the best party worker and MLA.

On May 18, 2015, Draupadi Murmu took the oath of office to become the first female governor of Jharkhand. She was appointed as the Indian State’s first female governor and is a tribal leader from Odisha.

When Draupadi Murmu was the governor of Jharkhand in 2017, she refused to sign a measure that wanted to control the Chhotanagpur Tenancy Act of 1908 and the Santhal Pargana Tenancy Act of 1949.

The law attempted to preserve the land’s ownership while still providing the freedom to use it for commercial reasons.

The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) chose Smt. Draupadi Murmu as its candidate for the upcoming presidential elections in 2022, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi revealed his vision for a sensitive Indian society on June 21, 2022.

She becomes the first tribal woman president of India, so it is a very wise political move. Draupadi Murmu is a citizen of Odisha’s Baidaposi Village in the Mayurbhanj district. She has always worked extremely hard for her group regarding being a tribal woman, and this has earned her much respect. She was a member of the Odisha legislative assembly as well as the Jharkhand governor’s office.

Draupadi has always been a member of the Bharatiya Janta Party, and as the National Democratic Alliance (NDA’s) official candidate for the 2022 presidential elections, she has always been a member of the BJP party. The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) made this decision on Tuesday during the BJP Parliamentary Board meeting.

The elections will take place on July 18, 2022. It will be interesting to know how Murmu takes a strong position against former Union Minister Yashwant Sinha and becomes India’s first tribal president and second female president.

Draupadi Murmu takes oath as the 15th president of India

On July 25, 2022, Draupadi Murmu took the oath of office as India’s 15th president. In the Central Hall of Parliament, the Chief Justice of India delivered her oath. Ram Nath Kovind, the former president of India, and Draupadi Murmu entered the Parliament in a formal parade.

The Indian President, Draupadi Murmu, gave thanks to the MPs and MLAs for choosing her to serve as the country’s first tribal leader. In her first speech as president of the greatest democracy in the world, she said: “I am the nation’s first President to be born in Independent India. To meet the expectations our freedom fighters had for the people of Independent India, we need to speed up our efforts.”