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Contents

Ramon Magsaysay Award

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Asian Nobel Prize

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Magsaysay Award Categories

11

Award Winners Asia

11

Government Service

11

Public Service

12

Community Leadership

13

Journalism, Literature, and the Creative Communication Arts

14

Peace and International Understanding

15

Emergent Leadership

16

Indian Award Winners

17

Community Leadership

17

Indian Award Winners - Public Service

18

Indian Award Winners Emergent Leadership

18

Indian Award Winners Peace & International Understanding

19

Indian Award Winners - Journalism, literature and creative communication arts

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Ramon Magsaysay Award Alphabetical list of Indian Awardees

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1. SIR CHINTĀMAN DWĀRAKĀNĀTH DESHMUKH

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Contents

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Civil service career

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Bretton Woods Conference

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Post partition

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Union Finance Minister

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Resignation

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Awards

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References

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2. JAMES MICHAEL LYNGDOH

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Contents

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Early life

23

Career

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Work as Election commissioner

24

Awards

24

3. KIRAN BEDI

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Contents

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Early life

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Career

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Contributions

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Personal life

26

Bibliography

27

Awards

27

Books on Kiran Bedi

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References

27

External links

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4. TIRUNELLAI NARAYANA IYER SESHAN

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Early life

28

Career

28

Chief Election Commissioners of India

28

5. JAYAPRAKASH NARAYAN

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Contents

29

Early life

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Career

29

Sarvodaya

30

Bihar Movement and Total Revolution

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Emergency

31

Trivia

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References

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External links

32

6. MADURAI SHANMUKHAVADIVU SUBBULAKSHMI

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Contents

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Biography

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Early years

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Move to Madras

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Musical style and performance

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Films

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Awards and honours

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Bharat Ratna laureates

35

7. MANIBHAI BHIMBHAI DESAI

8. LAKSHMI CHAND JAIN

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External links

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Manibhai Bhimbhai Desai Biography

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Contents

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Publications

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References

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External links

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Lakshmi Chand Jain Biography

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Contents

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Publications

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References

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9. BANOO JEHANGIR COYAJI

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Further reading

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External links

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Banoo Jehangir Coyaji Citation

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CITATION for Banoo Jehangir Coyaji

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10.

MAHESH CHANDRA MEHTA

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11.

Dr.V. Shanta

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Contents

55

Early life

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Career

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Awards

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Quotes

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References

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12.

Deep Joshi

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Contents

57

Early life and education

57

Career

57

Quotes

57

References

58

13.

Vinoba Bhave

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Contents

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Early life and background

58

Career

58

Freedom struggle

58

Religious and social work

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Literary career

59

Later life and death

59

Criticism

59

Awards

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Quotes

60

14.

Verghese Kurien

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Contents

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Education

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Career

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Personal life

61

The White Revolution

61

Awards

62

See also

62

References

62

External links

62

15.

Tribhuvandas Kishibhai Patel

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Contents

63

Biography

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Awards and honours

63

Personal life

63

Further reading

64

References

64

16.

Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay

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Contents

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Biography

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Early life

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First Marriage and widowhood

65

Marriage to Harin

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Move to London

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Call of the Freedom Movement

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The All-India Women's Conference

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1930s

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First Indian woman to be arrested

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1940s

67

Post-Independence work

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1950s and beyond

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Legacy

68

Books by Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay

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Book on Kamaladevi Chattopadhyaya

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References

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17.

Monkombu Sambasivan Swaminathan

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Contents

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Education and Personal Life

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Professional achievements

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Controversy

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Publications

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Research reports

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Environmental articles

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Awards and recognition

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National Awards

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International Awards

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Critics

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Current Work

79

Further reading

79

18.

Ela Ramesh Bhatt

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Contents

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Early life

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Current Life

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TLA and SEWA

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Other work and awards

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The Elders

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Writings

81

References

81

Further reading

81

External links

82

19.

Pramod Karan Sethi

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Contents

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Personal life and career

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Jaipur foot

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Awards

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References

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External links

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20.

Chandi Prasad Bhatt

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Contents

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Early life

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Career

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Awards and recognition

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Works

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References

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External links

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21.

Pandurang Shastri Vaijnath Athavale

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Contents

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Early life

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Swadhyay Pariwar

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His Passing

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Awards

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Legacy

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In popular culture

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Works

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Further reading

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References

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External links

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20.

Aruna Roy

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Contents

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Early life and education

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Career

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Personal life

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Works

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Further reading

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References

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External links

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21.

Rajendra Singh

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Qualifications:

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Nature of Activities & the Work Done by Rajendra Singh:

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Tarun Jal Vidyapeeth

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Film

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22.

Prof. Shantha Sinha

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Contents

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Early life and background

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Career

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References

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External links

99

23.

Satyajit Ray

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Contents

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Early life and background

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The Apu Years (19501959)

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From Devi to Charulata (19591964)

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New directions (19651982)

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The last phase (19831992)

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Film craft

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Literary works

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Critical and popular response

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Legacy

108

Awards, honours and recognitions

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Notes

109

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Sombhu Mitra

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Contents

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Early life and education

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Career

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The Bohurupee productions

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Filmography

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Major works

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Honours and awards

112

25.

Gour Kishore Ghosh

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Contents

112

Early life

112

Journalistic and Literary Career

112

Awards

113

List of Major Works

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Personal life

113

Trivia

114

26.

Arun Shourie

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Contents

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Early life

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Career

114

Personal life

116

Publications

116

Bibliography

117

27.

Rasipuram Krishnaswamy Iyer Laxman

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Contents

118

Early years

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Birth and childhood

118

Career

119

Beginning

119

Other creations

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Personal life

120

 

Awards

120

Bibliography

120

Multi-media

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Quotation

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Trivia

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28.

Kuntagodu Vibhuthi Subbanna

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Awards and recognition

121

External links

121

29.

Ravi Shankar

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Contents

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Early life

122

Career

122

Training and work in India

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International career 19561969

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International career 1970present

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Style and contributions

125

Recognition

125

Personal life and family

125

30.

Mahasweta Devi

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Contents

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Biography

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Career

126

Recent Activism

127

31.

Palagummi Sainath

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Contents

127

Early life

128

As a development journalist

128

Opinions

130

Honours and awards

131

Books

132

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Mother Teresa

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Contents

132

Early life

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Missionaries of Charity

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International charity

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Declining health and death

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Recognition and reception

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Reception in India

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Reception in the rest of the world

137

Spiritual life

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Commemoration

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References

141

33.

Henning Holck-Larsen

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Contents

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Biography

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Awards and recognitions

142

Quotations

143

34.

Jockin Arputham

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Contents

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Biography

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35. Laxminarayan Ramdas

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36. Sandeep Pandey

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37. Arvind Kejriwal Arvind Kejriwal

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Contents

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Biography

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Awards

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See also

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External links

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Ramon Magsaysay Award

Ramon Magsaysay Award Ramon Magsaysay Award was conceived to honor "greatness of spirit shown in service
Ramon Magsaysay Award Ramon Magsaysay Award was conceived to honor "greatness of spirit shown in service

Ramon Magsaysay Award was conceived to honor "greatness of spirit shown in service to the people."

The Ramon Magsaysay Award was created in 1957, the year the Philippines lost in a plane crash a President who was well-loved for his simplicity and humility, his passion for justice, particularly for the poor, and his advancement of human dignity. Among the many friends and admirers of the late President around the world were the Rockefeller brothers. With the concurrence of the Philippine government, the trustees of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund (RBF) established the Award to honor his memory and perpetuate his example of integrity in public service and pragmatic idealism within a democratic society. Supported with a generous endowment from the RBF, the Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation (RMAF) was organized in Manila in May 1957. The first Ramon Magsaysay Awards were given on August 31, 1958 to five outstanding individuals working in India, Indonesia, Philippines, Republic of China (Taiwan) and Sri Lanka, and a Philippine-based organization. Presentation Ceremonies are held annually in Manila on 31 August, the birth anniversary of the late President. The Award is given in six categories: government service; public service; community leadership; journalism, literature and creative communication arts; peace and international understanding; and emergent leadership. The Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership seeks to inspire young people to apply their talents and energies to selfless and innovative service in Asia; this award category was created in 2000 with support from a Ford Foundation grant, and honors greatness of spirit among men and women forty years old and below. Collectively, the Awardees' stories paint a portrait of remarkable change and achievement in areas as diverse as rural and urban development, poverty alleviation, public health, the environment, governance, education, business, human rights, culture, and the arts. In the five decades of the Ramon Magsaysay Award's existence, Asia has made great progress, some nations more than others. Yet the region continues to grapple with problems of poverty, malnutrition, disease, and violence - as well as with newer problems that have come with economic progress itself.

In continuing to recognize individuals and organizations who address these issues with extraordinary vigor, integrity and selflessness, the RMAF seeks to honor the legacy of President Ramon Magsaysay and to place living examples of inspiring leadership and service before the public. From them, present and future generations may draw courage, challenge, and hope.

Asian Nobel Prize

RAMON MAGSAYSAY AWARD - ASIAN NOBEL PRIZE - INSPIRING ASIANS

RAMON MAGSAYSAY AWARD - ASIAN NOBEL PRIZE - INSPIRING ASIANS

Ramon Magsaysay Award

The following is a complete list of the awardees of the Ramon Magsaysay Award. Awardees individual nationality are mentioned or country of origin and citizenship.

Magsaysay Award Categories

1 Government Service

2 Public Service

3 Community Leadership

4 Journalism, Literature, and the Creative Communication Arts

5 Peace and International Understanding

6 Emergent Leadership

Award Winners Asia

Government Service

1964 Yukiharu Miki - Japan

1966 Fon Saengsingkaew - Thailand

1967 Keo Viphakone - Laos

1968 Lee Kwoh-ting - Taiwan

1969 Hsu Shih-chu - Taiwan

1971 Ali Sadikin - Indonesia

1972 Goh Keng Swee - Singapore

1973 Balachandra Sekhar - Malaysia

1974 Hiroshi Kuroki - Japan

1975 Mohammed Sufian - Malaysia

1976 Elsie Tu - British in Hong Kong

1977 Bejamin Galstaun - Indonesia

1978 Dato Shahrum bin Yub - Malaysia

1979 Raden Wasito - Indonesia

1980 Muhammed Alias - Malaysia

1981 Prawes Wasi - Thailand

1982 Arturo Alcaraz - Philippines

1983 Su Nan-cheng - Taiwan

1984 Ta-You Wu - Taiwan

1985 Tan Sri Noordin - Malaysia

1986 Aloysius Mboi, Nafsiah Mboi - Indonesia

1987 Haji Hanafiah - Malaysia

1988 Miriam Santiago - Philippines

1989 Zakiah Hanum - Malaysia

1991 Alfredo R.A. Bengzon - Philippines

1992 Chamlong Srimuang - Thailand

1993 Vo-Tong Xuan - Vietnam

1994 Kiran Bedi - India

1995 Morihiko Hiramatsu - Japan

1996 T N Seshan - India

1997 Anand Panyarachun - Thailand

1998 Syed Abidul Rizvi - Pakistan

1999 Tasneem Ahmed Siddiqui - Pakistan

2000 Jesse Robredo - Philippines

2001 Yuan Longping - China

2002 Hilario G. Davide, Jr. - Philippines

2003 James Michael Lyngdoh - India

2004 Haydee Yorac - Philippines

2005 Jon Ungphakorn - Thailand

2006 Ek Sonn Chan - Cambodia

2008 Grace Padaca - Philippines Public Service

1959 Joaquin Vilallonga - Philippines, Tee Tee Luce - Burma

1960 Henry Holland, Ronald Holland - British in Pakistan

1961 Nilawan Pintong - Thailand

1963 Helen Kim - Korea

1965 Jayaprakash Narayan - India

1966 Kim Yong-ki - Korea

1967 Sithiporn Kridakara - Thailand

1968 Seiichi Tobata - Japan

1969 Kim Hyung-Seo - Korea

1971 Pedro Orata - Philippines

1972 Cecile Guidote, Gilopez Kabayao - Philippines

1973 Antonio Fortich, Benjamin Gaston - Philippines

1974 M.S. Subbulakshmi - India

1975 Phra Parnchand - Thailand

1976 Hermenegild Fernandez - French in Sri Lanka

1977 Fe del Mundo - Philippines

1978 Prateep Hata - Thailand

1979 Chang Kee-ryo - Korea [1]

1980 Ohm Dae-sup - Korea

1981 Johanna Nasution - Indonesia

1982 Manibhai Desai - India

1983 Fua Hariphitak - Thailand

1984 Thongbai Thongpao - Thailand

1985 Baba Amte - India

1987 Hans Jassin - Indonesia

1988 Masanobu Fukuoka - Japan

1989 Laksmhi Chand Jain - India

1992 Angel Alcala - Philippines

1993 Banoo Jehangir Coyaji - India

1994 Mechai Viravaidya - Thailand

1995 Asma Jahangir - Pakistan

1996 John Woong-Jin Oh - Korea

1997 Mahesh Chandra Mehta - India

1998 Sophon Suphapong - Thailand

1999 Rosa Rosal - Philippines

2000 Liang Congjie - China

2001 Wu Qing - China

2002 Ruth Pfau - Pakistan

2003 Gao Yajolie - China

2004 Jiang Yanyong - China

2005 Teten Masduki - Indonesia, V Shanta - India

2006 Park Won Soon - Korea

2007 Kim Sun-tae - Korea

2008 Aris Alip - Philippines,

2008 Therdchai Jivacate - Thailand

2009 Deep Joshi - India Community Leadership

1958 Vinoba Bhave - India

1959 Dalai Lama - Tibet

1961 Gus Borgeest - British in Hong Kong

1962 Palayil Narayanan - Malaysia, Koesna Poeradiredja - Indonesia

1964 Pablo Tapia - Philippines

1966 Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay - India

1967 Razak Abdul - Malaysia

1969 Ahangamage Ariyaratne - Sri Lanka

1971 M.S. Swaminathan - India

1972 Hans Westenberg - Indonesia

1973 Krasae Chanawongse - Thailand

1974 Fusaye Ichikawa - Japan

1975 Lee Tai-Young - Korea

1976 Toshikazu Wakatsuki - Japan

1977 Ela Bhatt - India

1978 Tahrunessa Abdullah - Bangladesh

1980 Fazle Hasan Abed - Bangladesh

1981 Pramod Karan Sethi - India

1982 Chandi Prasad Bhatt - India

1983 Anton Soedjarwo - Indonesia

1984 Muhammad Yunus - Bangladesh

1985 Zafrullah Chowdhury - Bangladesh

1986 John Vincent Daly - American in Korea, Paul Jeong Gu Jei - Korea

1987 Aree Valyasevi - Thailand

1988 Mohammed Yeasin - Bangladesh

1989 Kim Im-soon - Korea

1991 Ven. Cheng Yen - Taiwan

1992 Shoaib Sultan Khan - Pakistan

1993 Abdurrahman Wadir - Indonesia

1994 Sima Samar - Afghan in Pakistan, Fei Xiaotong - China

1995 Ho Ming-Teh - Taiwan

1996 Pandurang Shastri Athavale - India

1997 Eva Fidela Maamo - Philippines

1998 Nuon Phaly - Cambodia

1999 Angela Gomes - Bangladesh

2000 Aruna Roy - India

2001 Rajendra Singh - India

2002 Cynthia Maung - Burma

2003 Shantha Sinha - India

2004 Prayong Ronnarong - Thailand

2005 Sombath Somphone - Lao

2006 Gawad Kalinga Community Development Foundation - Philippines based, Antonio Meloto - Philippines

2007 Mahabir Pun - Nepal

2008 Dr. Prakash Amte and Dr. Mandakini Amte - India for their work with the Lok Biradari Prakalp

2009 Deep Joshi - India, Ka Hsaw Wa - Burma Journalism, Literature, and the Creative Communication Arts

1958 Robert Dick - United Kingdom based in Philippines, Mochtar Lubis - Indonesia

1959 Tarzie Vittachi - Sri Lanka, Edward Michael Law-Yone - Burma

1961 Amitabha Chowdhury - India

1962 Chang Chun-ha - Korea

1964 Richard Wilson - British in Hong Kong, Kayser Sung - Chinese in Hong Kong

1965 Akira Kurosawa - Japan

1967 Satyajit Ray - India

1968 Ton That Thien - Vietnam

1969 Mitoji Nishimoto - Japan

1971 Prayoon Chanyavongs - Thailand

1972 Yasuji Hanamori - Japan

1973 Michiko Ishimure - Japan

1974 Zacarias Sarian - Philippines

1975 Boobli George Verghese - India

1976 Sombhu Mitra - India

1977 Mahesh Chandra Regmi - Nepal

1978 Yoon Suk-joong - Korea

1979 Lokukamkanamge Manjusri - Sri Lanka

1980 F. Sionil Jose - Philippines

1981 Gour Kishore Ghosh - India

1982 Arun Shourie - India

1983 Marcelline Jayakody - Sri Lanka

1984 R. K. Laxman - India

1985 Lino Brocka - Philippines

1986 Radio Veritas - Philippines based

1987 Diane Ying - Taiwan

1988 Ediriweera Sarachchandra - Sri Lanka

1989 James Reuter - Philippines based

1991 K.V. Subbanna - India

1992 Ravi Shankar - India

1993 Bienvenido Lumbera - Philippines

1994 Abdul Samad Ismail - Malaysia

1995 Pramoedya Ananta Toer - Indonesia

1996 Nick Joaquin - Philippines

1997 Mahasweta Devi - India

1998 Ruocheng Ying - China

1999 Raul Locsin - Philippines, Lin Hwai-Min - Taiwan

2000 Atmakusumah Astraatmadja - Indonesia

2001 Wannakuwatta Amaradeva - Sri Lanka

2002 Bharat Koirala - Nepal

2003 Sheila Coronel - Philippines

2004 Abdullah Abu Sayeed - Bangladesh

2005 Matiur Rahman - Bangladesh

2006 Eugenia Duran Apostol - Philippines

2007 P. Sainath - India

2008 - Akio Ishii - Japan Peace and International Understanding

1958 Operation Brotherhood - Philippines

1961 Genevieve Caulfield - USA/Thailand

1962 Mother Teresa - India

1963 U.S. Peace Corps in Asia

1964 Welthy Fisher - American in India

1965 Bayanihan Folk Arts Center and its Supporting Entities - Philippines based

1966 Committee for Coordination of Investigations of the Lower Mekong Basin and Cooperating Entities - Kampuchea, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam with international support

1967 Shiroshi Nasu - Japan

1968 Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere (CARE) - Philippines based

1969 International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) - American based in Philippines

1971 Saburo Okita - Japan

1973 Summer Institute of Linguistics - based in Philippines

1974 William Masterson - Philippines

1975 Patrick James McGlinchey - Irish in Korea

1976 Henning Holck-Larsen - Danish in India

1977 College of Agriculture, University of the Philippines at Los Baños (UPLB) - Philippines

1978 Soedjatmoko - Indonesia

1980 Shigeharu Matsumoto - Japan

1981 Augustine Joung Kang - Korea

1983 Aloysius Schwartz - American in Korea

1984 Jiro Kawakita - Japan

1985 Harold Ray Watson - Philippines based

1987 Richard William Timm - Bangladesh/United States

1988 The Royal Project - Thailand

1989 Asian Institute of Technology - Thailand based

1991 Press Foundation of Asia - Philippines based

1992 Washington SyCip - Philippines/United States

1993 Noboru Iwamura - Japan

1995 Asian Institute of Management - Philippines based

1996 Toshihiro Takami - Japan

1997 Sadako Ogata - Japan

1998 Corazon Aquino - Philippines

2000 Jockin Arputham - India

2001 Ikuo Hirayama - Japan

2002 Pomnyun Sunim - Korea

2003 Tetsu Nakamura - Japan, Seiei Toyoma - Japan

2004 Laxminarayan Ramdas - India, Ibn Abdur Rehman - Pakistan

2006 Dr. Sanduk Ruit - Nepal

2007 Tang Xiyang - China

2008 Ahmad Syafi'i Maarif - Indonesia Emergent Leadership

2002 Sandeep Pandey - India

2004 Benjamin Abadiano - Philippines

2006 Arvind Kejriwal - India

2007 Chen Guangcheng - China, Chung To - China

2008 - Ananda Galappatti - Sri Lanka

Indian Award Winners Community Leadership

Vinoba Bhave 1958

Vinoba Bhave 1958 Verghese Kurien 1963 Dara N. Khurody 1963 Tribhuvandas K. Patel 1963

Verghese Kurien

1963

Vinoba Bhave 1958 Verghese Kurien 1963 Dara N. Khurody 1963 Tribhuvandas K. Patel 1963

Dara N. Khurody

1963

Vinoba Bhave 1958 Verghese Kurien 1963 Dara N. Khurody 1963 Tribhuvandas K. Patel 1963

Tribhuvandas K. Patel

1963

Vinoba Bhave 1958 Verghese Kurien 1963 Dara N. Khurody 1963 Tribhuvandas K. Patel 1963

Community Leadership

Bhave, Vinoba

1958

Khurody, Dara

1963

Kurien, Verghese

1963

Patel, Tribhuvandas

1963

Chattopadhyay, Kamaladevi

1966

Dr.M.S.Swaminathan

1971

Bhatt, Ela Ramesh

1977

Arole, Mabelle

1979

Arole, Rajanikant

1979

Sethi, Pramod Karan

1981

Bhatt, Chandi Prasad

1982

Athavale, Pandurang

1996

Roy, Aruna

2000

Singh, Rajendra

2001

Sinha, Shantha

2003

Amte, Mandakini

2008

Amte, Prakash

2008

Deep Joshi

2009

Kamaladevi

Chattopadhyay 1966

Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay 1966 Ela Ramesh Bhatt 1977

Ela Ramesh Bhatt

1977

Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay 1966 Ela Ramesh Bhatt 1977

M.S.Swaminathan

1971

M.S.Swaminathan 1971

Rajanikant

Shankarrao Arole

1979

Rajanikant Shankarrao Arole 1979

Mabelle Rajanikant

Arole

Mabelle Rajanikant Arole Pramod Karan Sethi 1981 Chandi Prasad Bhatt 1982 Athavale, Pandurang 1996 Aruna Roy

Pramod Karan Sethi

1981

Mabelle Rajanikant Arole Pramod Karan Sethi 1981 Chandi Prasad Bhatt 1982 Athavale, Pandurang 1996 Aruna Roy

Chandi Prasad Bhatt

1982

Mabelle Rajanikant Arole Pramod Karan Sethi 1981 Chandi Prasad Bhatt 1982 Athavale, Pandurang 1996 Aruna Roy

Athavale, Pandurang

1996

Mabelle Rajanikant Arole Pramod Karan Sethi 1981 Chandi Prasad Bhatt 1982 Athavale, Pandurang 1996 Aruna Roy

Aruna Roy 2000

Mabelle Rajanikant Arole Pramod Karan Sethi 1981 Chandi Prasad Bhatt 1982 Athavale, Pandurang 1996 Aruna Roy

Rajendra Singh

2001

Rajendra Singh 2001 Shantha Sinha 2003 Prakash Amte & Mandakini Amte 2008 Deep Joshi 2009

Shantha Sinha 2003

Rajendra Singh 2001 Shantha Sinha 2003 Prakash Amte & Mandakini Amte 2008 Deep Joshi 2009

Prakash Amte & Mandakini Amte 2008

Rajendra Singh 2001 Shantha Sinha 2003 Prakash Amte & Mandakini Amte 2008 Deep Joshi 2009

Deep Joshi 2009

Rajendra Singh 2001 Shantha Sinha 2003 Prakash Amte & Mandakini Amte 2008 Deep Joshi 2009

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Indian Award Winners - Public Service

Jayaprakash

M.S. Subbulakshmi

 

Manibhai B. Desai

 

Murlidhar Devidas

Lakshmi Chand Jain

Narayan 1965

1974

1982

Amte 1985

 

1989

Narayan 1965 1974 1982 Amte 1985   1989       Public Service   Narayan,
Narayan 1965 1974 1982 Amte 1985   1989       Public Service   Narayan,
Narayan 1965 1974 1982 Amte 1985   1989       Public Service   Narayan,
Narayan 1965 1974 1982 Amte 1985   1989       Public Service   Narayan,
Narayan 1965 1974 1982 Amte 1985   1989       Public Service   Narayan,
     

Public Service

 

Narayan, Jayaprakash

 

1965

Subbulakshmi, M. S.

 

1974

Desai, Manibhai

 

1982

Amte, Murlidhar

 

1985

Jain, Lakshmi Chand

 

1989

Coyaji, Banoo Jehangir

 

1993

Mehta, Mahesh Chander

 

1997

Shanta, V.

2005

   

Banoo Jehangir

 

Mahesh Chander

V. Shanta 2005

 

Coyaji 1993

Mehta 1997

Coyaji 1993 Mehta 1997
V. 2005     Banoo Jehangir   Mahesh Chander V. Shanta 2005   Coyaji 1993 Mehta
V. 2005     Banoo Jehangir   Mahesh Chander V. Shanta 2005   Coyaji 1993 Mehta

Indian Award Winners Emergent Leadership

Sandeep Pandey

2002

Sandeep Pandey 2002

Emergent leadership

Pandey, Sandeep

2002

Kejriwal, Arvind

2006

Kejriwal, Arvind

2007

Kejriwal, Arvind 2007

Indian Award Winners Peace & International Understanding

Chintaman

Mother Teresa 1962

Welthy Honsinger

Henning Holck-Larsen

Kiran Bedi 1994

Deshmukh with

Deshmukh with Fisher 1964 1976

Fisher 1964

1976

Deshmukh with Fisher 1964 1976

Aguilar 1959

Aguilar 1959
Aguilar 1959
1962 Welthy Honsinger Henning Holck-Larsen Kiran Bedi 1994 Deshmukh with Fisher 1964 1976 Aguilar 1959

Tirunellai N. Seshan

1996

Tirunellai N. Seshan 1996

Peace & International Understanding

Deshmukh, Chintaman

1959

Mother Teresa

1962

Fisher, Welthy

1964

Holck-Larsen, Henning

1976

Bedi, Kiran

1994

Seshan, Tirunellai

1996

Arputham, Jockin

2000

Lyngdoh, James Michael

2003

Ramdas, Laxminarayan

2004

Arputham, Jockin

2000

Arputham, Jockin 2000

Lyngdoh, James

Laxminarayan

Ibn Abdur Rehman

Michael

2003

Ramdas 2004

Michael 2003 Ramdas 2004
Lyngdoh, James Laxminarayan Ibn Abdur Rehman Michael 2003 Ramdas 2004
Lyngdoh, James Laxminarayan Ibn Abdur Rehman Michael 2003 Ramdas 2004

Indian Award Winners - Journalism, literature and creative communication arts

Chowdhury, Amitabha

Ray Satyajit

Verghese, Boobli George

Gour Kishore Ghosh

1961

1967

1975

1975

1981

Chowdhury, Amitabha Ray Satyajit Verghese, Boobli George Gour Kishore Ghosh 1961 1967 1975 1981
Chowdhury, Amitabha Ray Satyajit Verghese, Boobli George Gour Kishore Ghosh 1961 1967 1975 1981
Chowdhury, Amitabha Ray Satyajit Verghese, Boobli George Gour Kishore Ghosh 1961 1967 1975 1981

Arun Shourie

   

Journalism, literature and creative communication arts

     

R.K. Laxman 1984

1982

   
Chowdhury, Amitabha   1961

Chowdhury, Amitabha

 

1961

Chowdhury, Amitabha   1961

Ray, Satyajit

 

1967

Verghese, Boobli George

 

1975

Mitra, Sombhu

 

1976

Ghosh, Gour Kishore

 

1981

Shourie, Arun

 

1982

Laxman, Rasipuram

 

1984

Subbanna, K. V.

 

1991

Shankar, Ravi

 

1992

Devi, Mahasweta

 

1997

Sainath, Palagummi

 

2007

 

K. V. Subbanna 1991

Ravi Shankar 1992

Mahasweta Devi

Sainath, Palagummi

 
1997 2007
1997 2007

1997

2007

  2007   K. V. Subbanna 1991 Ravi Shankar 1992 Mahasweta Devi Sainath, Palagummi   1997
  2007   K. V. Subbanna 1991 Ravi Shankar 1992 Mahasweta Devi Sainath, Palagummi   1997

Ramon Magsaysay Award Alphabetical list of Indian Awardees

Community Leadership

Bhave, Vinoba

1958

Khurody, Dara

1963

Kurien, Verghese

1963

Patel, Tribhuvandas

1963

Chattopadhyay, Kamaladevi

1966

Dr.M.S.Swaminathan

1971

Bhatt, Ela Ramesh

1977

Arole, Mabelle

1979

Arole, Rajanikant

1979

Sethi, Pramod Karan

1981

Bhatt, Chandi Prasad

1982

Athavale, Pandurang

1996

Roy, Aruna

2000

Singh, Rajendra

2001

Sinha, Shantha

2003

Amte, Mandakini

2008

Amte, Prakash

2008

Public Service

Narayan, Jayaprakash

1965

Subbulakshmi, M. S.

1974

Desai, Manibhai

1982

Amte, Murlidhar

1985

Jain, Lakshmi Chand

1989

Coyaji, Banoo Jehangir

1993

Mehta, Mahesh Chander

1997

Shanta, V.

2005

Peace & International Understanding

Deshmukh, Chintaman

1959

Mother Teresa

1962

Fisher, Welthy

1964

Holck-Larsen, Henning

1976

Bedi, Kiran

1994

Seshan, Tirunellai

1996

Arputham, Jockin

2000

Lyngdoh, James Michael

2003

Ramdas, Laxminarayan

2004

Journalism, literature and creative communication arts

Chowdhury, Amitabha

1961

Ray, Satyajit

1967

Verghese, Boobli George

1975

Mitra, Sombhu

1976

Ghosh, Gour Kishore

1981

Shourie, Arun

1982

Laxman, Rasipuram

1984

Subbanna, K. V.

1991

Shankar, Ravi

1992

Devi, Mahasweta

1997

Sainath, Palagummi

2007

Emergent leadership

Pandey, Sandeep

2002

Kejriwal, Arvind

2006

 

Alphabetical list of Awardees

 

1

Amte, Mandakini

2008

CL

2

Amte, Murlidhar

1985

PS

3

Amte, Prakash

2008

CL

4

Arole, Mabelle

1979

CL

5

Arole, Rajanikant

1979

CL

6

Arputham, Jockin

2000

PIU

7

Athavale, Pandurang

1996

CL

8

Bedi, Kiran

1994

GS

9

Bhatt, Chandi Prasad

1982

CL

10

Bhatt, Ela Ramesh

1977

CL

11

Bhave, Vinoba

1958

CL

12

Chattopadhyay, Kamaladevi

1966

CL

13

Chowdhury, Amitabha

1961

JLCCA

14

Coyaji, Banoo Jehangir

1993

PS

15

Desai, Manibhai

1982

PS

16

Deshmukh, Chintaman

1959

GS

17

Devi, Mahasweta

1997

JLCCA

18

Fisher, Welthy

1964

PIU

19

Ghosh, Gour Kishore

1981

JLCCA

20

Holck-Larsen, Henning

1976

PIU

21

Jain, Lakshmi Chand

1989

PS

22

Kejriwal, Arvind

2006

EL

23

Khurody, Dara

1963

CL

24

Kurien, Verghese

1963

CL

25

Laxman, Rasipuram

1984

JLCCA

26

Lyngdoh, James Michael

2003

GS

27

Mehta, Mahesh Chander

1997

PS

28

Mitra, Sombhu

1976

JLCCA

29

Mother Teresa

1962

PIU

30

Narayan, Jayaprakash

1965

PS

31

Pandey, Sandeep

2002

EL

32

Patel, Tribhuvandas

1963

CL

33

Ramdas, Laxminarayan

2004

PIU

34

Ray, Satyajit

1967

JLCCA

35

Roy, Aruna

2000

CL

36

Sainath, Palagummi

2007

JLCCA

37

Seshan, Tirunellai

1996

GS

38

Sethi, Pramod Karan

1981

CL

39

Shankar, Ravi

1992

JLCCA

40

Shanta, V.

2005

PS

41

Shourie, Arun

1982

JLCCA

42

Singh, Rajendra

2001

CL

43

Sinha, Shantha

2003

CL

44

Subbanna, K. V.

1991

JLCCA

45

Subbulakshmi, M. S.

1974

PS

46

Swaminathan, M.S.

1971

CL

47

Verghese, Boobli George

1975

JLCCA

1.

SIR CHINTĀ