ChhaviÂ RajawatÂ is an Indian politician. She is the sarpanch of her village Soda, 60 km from Jaipur.
ChhaviÂ RajawatÂ was born in Rajasthan. She is an alumni ofÂ Rishi Valley School, Bangalore , Lady Shri Ram College for Women (University of Delhi) and a management graduate from Indian Institute of Modern Management, Pune now known as Balaji Institute of Modern Management Pune
She left her corporate job and city life to join politics. She became the SarpanchÂ (Head of a Village) of Soda, a village close to sixty kilometers formÂ Jaipur, Rajasthan. Her grandfather Brig RaghubirÂ Singh was the sarpanchÂ of the village, from which she too was elected. The Times of India, the leading English newspaper in India credits her as the changing face of rural Rajashthan.
On 25th March, 2011, ChhaviÂ RajawatÂ addressed delegates at the 11th Info-Poverty World Conference held at the United Nations. ChhaviÂ Rajat was well-received at the meeting, followed by praises across the national news.