Indians Winning International Awards

Indian Nobel Prize Winners: Rabindra Nath Tagore (1): Author and educator, he founded the Shanti Niketan (1901) which later became the Vishwabharati University. Tagore was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1913 for his work Gitanjali. He was the first Asian...

Awards of Uttar Pradesh Government

The Uttar Pradesh Government has instituted several awards in different fields such as Vishwa Bharti Award, Maharishi Valmiki Award, Maharishi Vyas Award, Maharishi Narada Award, Ved Pandit Award, Vishesh Award, Vividh Award and Namit Award.   Vishwa Bharti...

Awards of Kerala Government

Kerala Awards: Kerala Awards are state-level civilian awards instituted by the Government of Kerala, India on the model of the Padma Awards instituted by the Government of India. Established in 2021, the awards are conferred on individuals who have made...

Awards of Odisha Government

The Orissa government has instituted several awards in the field of culture. Some of the important awards include ‘Atibadi Jagannath Das Award’ (Orissa Sahitya Akademi Award), ‘Kabi Samrat Upendra Bhanja Award’ (Orissa Sangeet Natak Akademi...

Awards of Maharashtra Government

Maharashtra Bhushan: The Maharashtra Bhushan is a highest civilian award presented annually by the government of Maharashtra. It was instituted in 1995 and was initially conferred in the fields of Literature, Art, Sport, and Science. Later the fields of Social Work,...

Awards of Karnataka Government

• Pampa Award:   The Pampa Award, also known as the Pampa Prashasti, is the highest literary honour conferred by the Department of Kannada and Culture of the Karnataka government. It is named after Adikavi Pampa, the first Kannada poet. The award was established in...
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