In India, people are awarded for their excellence in various fields from film making to service to the nation. Indian awards can be classified into mainly four types, namely, Civilian, Military, Leadership, and Literature awards. There are also other Indian awards granted for bravery, sports, etc. Irrespective of race, occupation, position or sex, all Indian citizens are equally eligible for these awards. People preparing for bank exams or any other competitive exams must be well aware of the awards and their recipients in India. Here is the list of Indian awards and their recipients for
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This particular award is given for exceptional service in Advancement of Art, Science, Literature and also for recognition of public service of the greatest order. Rajagopalachari - He is the first recipient of Bharat Ratna and he was an independence activist, as well as last and only Indian Governor-General of India. He is one of the famous scientists and Nobel laureate physicist.
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan - Dr. He was rewarded Bharat Ratna when he was the vice president of India. Visvesvaraya - He was the most notable engineer of India.
He was an author, freedom fighter as well as first prime minister of India Dhondo Keshav Karve - He is greatly regarded as well as one of the major social Reformer of India. Purushottam Das Tandon - He was an educator and Independence activist. He was a lawyer, Independence activist and first President of India in the year Zakir Hussain- He is an independence activist, Vice President of India in the year to 67 and 3rd President of India in the year He received an award when he was vice president of India.
He received the award after his unexpected death in the year Indira Gandhi - She was former Prime minister of India during , She received Bharat Ratna award while she was Prime minister of India. Giri - He was a trade unionist, primarily acting president of India, as well as 4th president of India.
Kamaraj- He is a former chief minister of Tamil Nadu in the year , , and an independence activist. Mother Teresa - Mother Teresa was a Catholic priest, an originator of the Missionaries of Charity as well as Nobel peace prize laureate She was an initial recipient of Bharat Ratna who was not an Indian citizen.
Vinoba Bhave - Vinoba Bhave is an independence activist, social reformer, as well as Ramon Magsaysay Award winner in the year Ambedkar - He was social reformer as well as chief architect of the Indian constitution. Rajiv Gandhi - He was 9th Prime minister of India and given Bharat Ratna award after his assassination in the year Vallabhbhai Patel - Vallabhbhai Patel was an independence activist as well as1st deputy prime minister of India.
Tata - J. Gulzarilal Nanda- He was an Independence activist as well as 2 time prime minister of India. Aruna Asaf Ali - Aruna Asaf was a freedom activist. He received Bharat Ratna award five years before being the President of India. Subbulakshmi - She was a Carnatic classical vocalist.
Chidambaram Subramaniam - He is an independence activist as well as former minister of agriculture of India during Lal Bahadur Shastri government. Jayaprakash Narayan - He was a social former and independence activist of India, who raised his voice against Indira government as established total revolution movement.
Gopinath Bordoloi - Gopinath Bordoloi is the first chief minister of Assam as well as an independence activist. Lata Mangeshkar - Lata Mangeshkar is a famous female playback singer of India. Sachin Tendulkar - He was the celebrated cricketer in the globe as well as famous sports man of India. Rao - Dr. Rao is a famous Chemist who has authored more than papers. Madan Mohan Malaviya - Madan Mohan Malaviya is an Indian educationist as well as a politician and independence activist.
He was the creator of Banaras Hindu University. Atal Bihari Vajpayee - Atal Bihari Vajpayee is a former prime minister of India, as well as independence activist and a great poet.
Complete List of Bharat Ratna Award Recipients [Quick Facts & History]
In this post we are providing you updated list of Bharat Ratna Awards Winners. You can download PDF from the link given below. The recommendations for the Bharat Ratna are made by the Prime Minister to the President, with a maximum of three nominees being awarded per year. Recipients receive a Sanad certificate signed by the President and a peepal-leaf—shaped medallion; there is no monetary grant associated with the award. Bharat Ratna recipients rank seventh in the Indian order of precedence.
List of “Bharat Ratna”-Award Recipients From 1954 Till Date
This particular award is given for exceptional service in Advancement of Art, Science, Literature and also for recognition of public service of the greatest order. Rajagopalachari - He is the first recipient of Bharat Ratna and he was an independence activist, as well as last and only Indian Governor-General of India. He is one of the famous scientists and Nobel laureate physicist. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan - Dr. He was rewarded Bharat Ratna when he was the vice president of India. Visvesvaraya - He was the most notable engineer of India. He was an author, freedom fighter as well as first prime minister of India
List of Bharat Ratna Award Recipients
Subbulakshmi from Tamil Nadu became the first musician to receive the honour. Sachin Tendulkar , at the age of 40, became the youngest person and first sportsperson to receive the honour. His government withdrew all personal civil honours on 13 July However, in , four individuals were awarded the honour. The recipient receives a Sanad certificate signed by the President and a medallion without any monetary grant. Anand v.