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Wednesday 9 September 2009

Award & Winners

Dadasaheb Phalke Award Winners
Year / Winner / Occupation / State
1969 Devika Rani actress Andhra Pradesh
1970 B. N. Sircar producer West Bengal
1971 Prithviraj Kapoor actor (posthumous) Punjab
1972 Pankaj Mullick composer (music director) West Bengal
1973 Ruby Myers (Sulochana) actress Maharashtra
1974 Bomireddi Narasimha Reddy Director Andhra Pradesh
1975 Dhirendranath Ganguly actor, director West Bengal
1976 Kanan Devi actress West Bengal
1977 Nitin Bose cinematographer, director, writer, West Bengal, Maharashtra
1978 Rai Chand Boral composer, director West Bengal
1979 Sohrab Modi actor, director, producer Maharashtra
1980 Paidi Jairaj actor, director Andhra Pradesh
1981 Naushad Ali composer (music director) Uttar Pradesh
1982 L. V. Prasad actor, director, producer Andhra Pradesh
1983 Durga Khote actress Maharashtra
1984 Satyajit Ray director West Bengal
1985 V. Shantaram actor, director, producer Maharastra
1986 B. Nagi Reddy producer Andhra Pradesh
1987 Raj Kapoor actor, director Punjab
1988 Ashok Kumar actor West Bengal, Maharashtra
1989 Lata Mangeshkar singer Maharashtra
1990 A. Nageswara Rao actor Andhra Pradesh
1991 Bhalji Pendharkar director, producer, writer Maharashtra
1992 Bhupen Hazarika composer (music director) Assam
1993 Majrooh Sultanpuri lyricist
1994 Dilip Kumar actor Peshawar, Pakistan
1995 Dr. Rajkumar actor Karnataka
1996 Sivaji Ganesan actor Tamil Nadu
1997 Pradeep lyricist
1998 B.R. Chopra director, producer Punjab
1999 Hrishikesh Mukherjee director West Bengal, Maharashtra
2000 Asha Bhosle singer Maharashtra
2001 Yash Chopra director, producer Punjab
2002 Dev Anand actor, director, producer Punjab
2003 Mrinal Sen director West Bengal
2004 Adoor Gopalakrishnan director Kerala
2005 Shyam Benegal director Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka
2006 not anounced
2007 Ravi Tandon director
Gandhi Peace Prize Recipients
No /Year / Name / Recipient /Description
1. 1995 Julius Nyerere 1st President of Tanzania
2. 1996 A. T. Ariyaratne Founder of Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement
3. 1997 Gerhard Fischer
4. 1998 Ramakrishna Mission Founded by Swami Vivekananda
5. 1999 Baba Amte Social Worker
6. 2000 Nelson Mandela (co-recipient) Former President of South Africa
7. 2000 Grameen Bank (co-recipient) Founded by Mohammad Yunus
8. 2001 John Hume Northern Irish Politician
9. 2002 Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
10. 2003 Václav Havel
11. 2004 Coretta Scott King Widow of Martin Luther King
12. 2007 Desmond Tutu
Bharat Ratna Awardees
S.No Name Birth / death /Awarded /Notes /Indian state or country

1. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan 1888–1975 1954 Second President, First Vice President,
Philosopher. Tamil Nadu
2. Chakravarti Rajagopalachari 1878–1972 1954 Last Governor-General, Freedom Fighter. Tamil Nadu
3. C. V. Raman 1888–1970 1954 Nobel-prize winning Physicist Tamil Nadu
4. Bhagwan Das 1869–1958 1955 Literature, Freedom Fighter Uttar Pradesh
5. Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya 1861–1962 1955 Civil Engineer Karnataka
6. Jawaharlal Nehru 1889–1964 1955 First Prime Minister, Freedom Fighter, Author. Uttar Pradesh
7. Govind Ballabh Pant 1887–1961 1957 Freedom Fighter, Home Minister Uttar Pradesh
8. Dhondo Keshav Karve 1858–1962 1958 Educationist, Social Reformer, Awarded in his birth centenary year. Maharashtra
9. Dr. B. C. Roy 1882–1962 1961 Physician, Politician, Former Chief Minister of West Bengal West Bengal
10. Purushottam Das Tandon 1882–1962 1961 Freedom Fighter, Educationist Uttar Pradesh
11. Dr. Rajendra Prasad 1884–1963 1962 First President, Freedom Fighter, Jurist Bihar
12. Dr. Zakir Hussain 1897–1969 1963 Former President, Scholar. Andhra Pradesh
13. Pandurang Vaman Kane 1880–1972 1963 Indologist and Sanskrit scholar Maharashtra
14. Lal Bahadur Shastri 1904–1966 1966 Posthumous, Second Prime Minister, Freedom Fighter Uttar Pradesh
15. Indira Gandhi 1917–1984 1971 Former Prime Minister Uttar Pradesh
16. V. V. Giri 1894–1980 1975 Former President, Trade Unionist. Andhra Pradesh
17. K. Kamaraj 1903–1975 1976 Posthumous, Freedom Fighter, Chief Minister-Tamil Nadu. Tamil Nadu
18. Mother Teresa 1910–1997 1980 Nobel Laureate (Peace, 1979). West Bengal
19. Acharya Vinoba Bhave 1895–1982 1983 Posthumous, Social Reformer, Freedom Fighter. Maharashtra
20. Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan 1890–1988 1987 First non-citizen, Freedom Fighter. Pakistan
21. M. G. Ramachandran 1917–1987 1988 Posthumous, Chief Minister-Tamil Nadu, Actor. Tamil Nadu
22. B. R. Ambedkar 1891–1956 1990 Posthumous, Architect-Indian Constitution Maharashtra
23. Nelson Mandela b. 1918 1990 Second non-citizen and first non-Indian, Leader of Anti-Apartheid movement. South Africa
24. Rajiv Gandhi 1944–1991 1991 Posthumous, Former Prime Minister New Delhi
25. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel 1875–1950 1991 Posthumous, Freedom Fighter, First Home Minister of India. Gujarat
26. Morarji Desai 1896–1995 1991 Former Prime Minister, Freedom Fighter. Gujarat
27. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad 1888–1958 1992 Posthumous, Freedom Fighter, First Education Minister of India West Bengal
28. J. R. D. Tata 1904–1993 1992 Industrialist and philanthropist. Maharashtra
29. Satyajit Ray 1922–1992 1992 Film Director ,Oscar winner West Bengal
30. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam b. 1931 1997 Former President, Scientist. Tamil Nadu
31. Gulzarilal Nanda 1898–1998 1997 Freedom Fighter, former Prime Minister. Punjab
32. Aruna Asaf Ali 1908–1996 1997 Posthumous, Freedom Fighter. West Bengal
33. M. S. Subbulakshmi 1916–2004 1998 Classical singer. Tamil Nadu
34. Chidambaram Subramaniam 1910–2000 1998 Freedom Fighter, Minister of Agriculture (Father of Green revolution). Tamil Nadu
35. Jayaprakash Narayan 1902–1979 1998 Posthumous, Freedom Fighter, Social Reformer. Bihar
36. Pandit Ravi Shankar b. 1920 1999 Classical sitar player. Uttar Pradesh
37. Amartya Sen b. 1933 1999 Nobel Laureate (Economics, 1998), Economist. West Bengal
38. Gopinath Bordoloi 1890–1950 1999 Posthumous, freedom fighter Assam
39. Lata Mangeshkar b. 1929 2001 Play back singer. Maharashtra
40. Ustad Bismillah Khan 1916-2006 2001 Classical Shehnai Maestro Uttar Pradesh

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