Amruta Fadnavis is a trained classical singer, a social activist and a banker. She is married to the Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shri. Devendra Fadnavis. She also became the youngest first lady in the history of Maharashtra in 2014. She represented India at National Prayer Breakfast (2017), an International peace initiative presided over by the then US President Donald Trump. She has perfectly blended her life as a working woman and a socialite to nurture her interests and passion. She chose to have her own individuality rather than wrapped herself under the covers of the first lady of Maharashtra, which is definitely inspirational for many women today.
Amruta Fadnavis was born as Amruta Ranade on 9th April,1979 in Nagpur, Maharashtra to Dr. Sharad Ranade, an Opthalmologist and Dr. Charulata Ranade, a Gynaecologist. She grew up in a household where education and independence for women were essential. She initially studied at St. Joseph Convent School, Nagpur. She graduated from G.S. College of Commerce and Economics.