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List of Padma Vibhushan award recipients

Padma Vibhushan
Type Civilian
Category National
Instituted 1954
First awarded 1954
Last awarded 2015
Total awarded 284
Awarded by Government of India
Ribbon
First awardee(s)
Recent awardee(s)
Award rank
← Bharat Ratna Padma Bhushan →
Padma Vibhushan award recipients[1][2]
Year Number of recipients
1954-59
17
1960-69
27
1970-79
53
1980-89
20
1990-99
42
2000-09
86
2010-15
39

The Padma Vibhushan is the second highest civilian award of Republic of India. Following are the recipients from 1954 till 2015.

Contents

  • List of awardees 1
    • 1950s 1.1
    • 1960s 1.2
    • 1970s 1.3
    • 1980s 1.4
    • 1990s 1.5
    • 2000s 1.6
    • 2010s 1.7
  • References 2
  • Explanatory notes 3
  • External links 4

List of awardees

Satyendra Nath Bose
Awarded in 1954, Satyendra Nath Bose is best known for his work on quantum mechanics in the early 1920s, providing the foundation for Bose–Einstein statistics and the theory of the Bose–Einstein condensate.[3]

John Mathai
Awarded in 1959, John Mathai was country's first Railway Minister and later served as Finance Minister.[4]

Arjan Singh
Awarded in 1965, the Marshal of the Indian Air Force Arjan Singh is the first and the only Five-star rank officer with the Indian Air Force.[5][6]

Kirpal Singh
Awarded in 1968, Kirpal Singh was a spiritual teacher and founding president of the "World Fellowship of Religions".[7]

Sumati Morarjee
Awarded in 1971, [8]

Uday Shankar
Awarded in 1971, Uday Shankar was a dancer known for his frequent collaboration with a Russian Ballet dancer Anna Pavlova.[9]

Sam Manekshaw
Awarded in 1972, Sam Manekshaw (left), often known as "Sam Bahadur" ("Sam the Brave"), was the first Field Marshal of the country and also of the Indian Army.[10][11]

Vikram Sarabhai
Awarded in 1972, [12]

C.D. Deshmukh
Awarded in 1975, C. D. Deshmukh is the first Indian Governor of the Reserve Bank of India and later served as Finance Minister of India (1950–57).[4][13]

Pandit Birju Maharaj
Awarded in 1986,

Manmohan Singh
Awarded in 1987,

M. S. Swaminathan
Awarded in 1989,

M. Balamuralikrishna
Awarded in 1991,

M. F. Husain
Awarded in 1991,

V. R. Krishna Iyer
Awarded in 1999,

Verghese Kurien
Awarded in 1999,

Amjad Ali Khan
Awarded in 2001,

Adoor Gopalakrishnan
Awarded in 2006,

Khushwant Singh
Awarded in 2008,

Viswanathan Anand
Awarded in 2008,

Awarded in 2008, [14]
Anil Kakodkar
Awarded in 2009,

Key
Indicates a posthumous honour Indicates a citizen of Bhutan
Indicates a citizen of France Indicates a citizen of Japan
Indicates a citizen of New Zealand Indicates a citizen of South Africa
Indicates a citizen of United Kingdom Indicates a citizen of United States

1950s

List of Padma Vibhushan recipients awarded during 1950s[1]
Year Recipient Field State
1954 Bose, Satyendra NathSatyendra Nath Bose Literature & Education West Bengal
1954 Bose, NandalalNandalal Bose Arts West Bengal
1954 Husain, ZakirZakir Husain Public Affairs Andhra Pradesh
1954 Kher, Balasaheb GangadharBalasaheb Gangadhar Kher Public Affairs Maharashtra
1954 Menon, V. K. KrishnaV. K. Krishna Menon Public Affairs Kerala
1954 Wangchuck, Jigme DorjiJigme Dorji Wangchuck Public Affairs  –
1955 Karve, Dhondo KeshavDhondo Keshav Karve Literature & Education Maharashtra
1955 Tata, J. R. D.J. R. D. Tata Trade & Industry Maharashtra
1956 Ali, FazalFazal Ali Public Affairs Bihar
1956 Bajaj, JankibaiJankibai Bajaj Social Work Madhya Pradesh
1956 Trivedi, Chandulal MadhavlalChandulal Madhavlal Trivedi Public Affairs Madhya Pradesh
1957 Birla, Ghanshyam DasGhanshyam Das Birla Trade & Industry Rajashtan
1957 Prakasa, SriSri Prakasa Public Affairs Andhra Pradesh
1957 Setalvad, M. C.M. C. Setalvad Public Affairs Maharashtra
1959 Mathai, JohnJohn Mathai Literature & Education Kerala
1959 Mehta, Gaganvihari LallubhaiGaganvihari Lallubhai Mehta Social Work Maharashtra
1959 Pal, RadhabinodRadhabinod Pal Public Affairs West Bengal

1960s

List of Padma Vibhushan recipients awarded during 1960s[1]
Year Recipient Field State
1960 Pillai, Naryana RaghvanNaryana Raghvan Pillai Public Affairs Tamil Nadu
1962 Iyengar, H. V. R.H. V. R. Iyengar Civil Service Tamil Nadu
1962 Naidu, PadmajaPadmaja Naidu Public Affairs Andhra Pradesh
1962 Pandit, Vijaya LakshmiVijaya Lakshmi Pandit Civil Service Uttar Pradesh
1963 Chatterji, Suniti KumarSuniti Kumar Chatterji Literature & Education West Bengal
1963 Mudaliar, A. LakshmanaswamiA. Lakshmanaswami Mudaliar Medicine Tamil Nadu
1963 Pataskar, Hari VinayakHari Vinayak Pataskar Public Affairs Maharashtra
1964 Kalelkar, Acharya KakasahebAcharya Kakasaheb Kalelkar Literature & Education Maharashtra
1964 Kaviraj, GopinathGopinath Kaviraj Literature & Education Uttar Pradesh
1965 Chaudhuri, Jayanto NathJayanto Nath Chaudhuri Civil Service West Bengal
1965 Jung, Mehdi NawazMehdi Nawaz Jung Public Affairs Andhra Pradesh
1965 Singh, ArjanArjan Singh Civil Service Delhi
1966 Gracias, ValerianValerian Gracias Social Work Maharashtra
1967 Daphtary, Chandra KisanChandra Kisan Daphtary Public Affairs Maharashtra
1967 Ibrahim, Hafiz MohamadHafiz Mohamad Ibrahim Civil Service Andhra Pradesh
1967 Jha, Bhola NathBhola Nath Jha Civil Service Uttar Pradesh
1967 Rao, Pattadakal Venkanna RPattadakal Venkanna R Rao Civil Service Andhra Pradesh
1968 Aney, Madhav ShrihariMadhav Shrihari Aney Public Affairs Madhya Pradesh
1968 Chandrasekhar, SubrahmanyanSubrahmanyan Chandrasekhar Science & Engineering  –
1968 Mahalanobis, Prasanta ChandraPrasanta Chandra Mahalanobis Literature & Education Delhi
1968 Singh, KirpalKirpal Singh Civil Service Delhi
1968 Sundaram, KalyanKalyan Sundaram Public Affairs Delhi
1969 Dayal, RajeshwarRajeshwar Dayal Civil Service Delhi
1969 Joshi, Dattatraya ShridharDattatraya Shridhar Joshi Civil Service Maharashtra
1969 Khorana, Har GobindHar Gobind Khorana Science & Engineering  –
1969 Mehta, Mohan SinhaMohan Sinha Mehta Civil Service Rajashtan
1969 Pande, GhananandGhananand Pande Civil Service Uttar Pradesh

1970s

List of Padma Vibhushan recipients awarded during 1970s[1]
Year Recipient Field State
1970 Chand, TaraTara Chand Literature & Education Uttar Pradesh
1970 Das, SuranjanSuranjan Das Civil Service West Bengal
1970 Dias, Anthony LancelotAnthony Lancelot Dias Public Affairs Maharashtra
1970 Kumaramangalam, P. PrabhakarP. Prabhakar Kumaramangalam Civil Service Tamil Nadu
1970 Mudaliar, A. RamasamyA. Ramasamy Mudaliar Civil Service Andhra Pradesh
1970 Sen, Binay RanjanBinay Ranjan Sen Civil Service West Bengal
1970 Singh, HarbakshHarbaksh Singh Civil Service Punjab
1971 Chaliha, Bimala PrasadBimala Prasad Chaliha Civil Service Assam
1971 Khan, AllauddinAllauddin Khan Arts West Bengal
1971 Morarjee, SumatiSumati Morarjee Civil Service Maharashtra
1971 Shankar, UdayUday Shankar Arts Maharashtra
1971 Shirodkar, Vithal NageshVithal Nagesh Shirodkar Medicine Goa
1971 Sivaraman, BalaramBalaram Sivaraman Civil Service Tamil Nadu
1972 Gajendragadkar, P. BalacharyaP. Balacharya Gajendragadkar Public Affairs Maharashtra
1972 Jha, Aditya NathAditya Nath Jha Public Affairs Uttar Pradesh
1972 Lal, Pratap ChandraPratap Chandra Lal Civil Service Punjab
1972 Manekshaw, SamSam Manekshaw Civil Service Tamil Nadu
1972 Mehta, Jivraj NarayanJivraj Narayan Mehta Public Affairs Maharashtra
1972 Nanda, Sardarilal MathradasSardarilal Mathradas Nanda Civil Service Delhi
1972 Sadiq, Ghulam MohammedGhulam Mohammed Sadiq Public Affairs Jammu & Kashmir
1972 Sarabhai, VikramVikram Sarabhai Science & Engineering Gujarat
1972 Seervai, Hormasji ManeckjiHormasji Maneckji Seervai Literature & Education Maharashtra
1973 Devi, BasantiBasanti Devi Civil Service West Bengal
1973 Dhebar, U. N.U. N. Dhebar Social Work Gujarat
1973 Kothari, Daulat SinghDaulat Singh Kothari Science & Engineering Delhi
1973 Sengupta, NellieNellie Sengupta Social Work West Bengal
1973 Singh, NagendraNagendra Singh Public Affairs Rajashtan
1973 Swaminathan, ThirumalrayaThirumalraya Swaminathan Civil Service Tamil Nadu
1974 De, NirenNiren De Public Affairs West Bengal
1974 Mukherjee, Benode BehariBenode Behari Mukherjee Arts Uttarakhand
1974 Rao, V. K. R. V.V. K. R. V. Rao Civil Service Karnataka
1974 Sarin, Harish ChandraHarish Chandra Sarin Civil Service Delhi
1975 Deshmukh, C. D.C. D. Deshmukh Public Affairs Andhra Pradesh
1975 Deshmukh, DurgabaiDurgabai Deshmukh Social Work Maharashtra
1975 Jadhav, Mary ClubwalaMary Clubwala Jadhav Social Work Tamil Nadu
1975 Nagchaudhuri, Basanti DulalBasanti Dulal Nagchaudhuri Literature & Education West Bengal
1975 Ramanna, RajaRaja Ramanna Science & Engineering Karnataka
1975 Sethna, Homi NusserwanjiHomi Nusserwanji Sethna Civil Service Maharashtra
1975 Subbulakshmi, M. S.M. S. Subbulakshmi Arts Tamil Nadu
1975 Thackersey, Premlila VithaldasPremlila Vithaldas Thackersey Literature & Education Maharashtra
1976 Ali, SalimSalim Ali Science & Engineering Uttar Pradesh
1976 Musafir, Giani Gurmukh SinghGiani Gurmukh Singh Musafir Literature & Education Punjab
1976 Pillai, K. ShankarK. Shankar Pillai Arts Delhi
1976 Ramanathan, K. R.K. R. Ramanathan Science & Engineering Kerala
1976 Ray, SatyajitSatyajit Ray Arts West Bengal
1976 Shrimali, Kalu LalKalu Lal Shrimali Literature & Education Uttar Pradesh
1976 Zaidi, Bashir HussainBashir Hussain Zaidi Literature & Education Delhi
1977 Balasaraswati, T.T. Balasaraswati Arts Tamil Nadu
1977 Jung, Ali YavarAli Yavar Jung Public Affairs Andhra Pradesh
1977 Khosla, Ajudhia NathAjudhia Nath Khosla Civil Service Delhi
1977 Mehra, Om PrakashOm Prakash Mehra Civil Service Punjab
1977 Mukherjee, Ajoy KumarAjoy Kumar Mukherjee Public Affairs West Bengal
1977 Singh, Chandeshwar Prasad NarayanChandeshwar Prasad Narayan Singh Literature & Education Delhi

1980s

List of Padma Vibhushan recipients awarded during 1980s[1]
Year Recipient Field State
1980 Khan, BismillahBismillah Khan Arts Uttar Pradesh
1980 Krishnadasa, RaiRai Krishnadasa Civil Service Uttar Pradesh
1981 Dhawan, SatishSatish Dhawan Science & Engineering Karnataka
1981 Shankar, RaviRavi Shankar Uttar Pradesh Arts
1982 Behn, MiraMira Behn Social Work  –
1985 Rao, C. N. R.C. N. R. Rao Science & Engineering Tamil Nadu
1985 Menon, M. G. K.M. G. K. Menon Civil Service Kerala
1986 Amte, BabaBaba Amte Social Work Maharashtra
1986 Maharaj, BirjuBirju Maharaj Arts Delhi
1986 Paintal, Autar SinghAutar Singh Paintal Medicine Delhi
1987 Chattopadhyay, KamaladeviKamaladevi Chattopadhyay Social Work Karnataka
1987 Pal, Benjamin PearyBenjamin Peary Pal Science & Engineering Punjab
1987 Singh, ManmohanManmohan Singh Civil Service Delhi
1987 Vaidya, Arun ShridharArun Shridhar Vaidya Civil Service Maharashtra
1988 Beg, Mirza HameedullahMirza Hameedullah Beg Public Affairs Delhi
1988 Kuvempu Literature & Education Karnataka
1988 Varma, MahadeviMahadevi Varma Literature & Education Uttar Pradesh
1989 Dikshit, Uma ShankarUma Shankar Dikshit Public Affairs Uttar Pradesh
1989 Khan, Ali AkbarAli Akbar Khan Arts West Bengal
1989 Swaminathan, M. S.M. S. Swaminathan Science & Engineering Delhi

1990s

List of Padma Vibhushan recipients awarded during 1990s[1]
Year Recipient Field State
1990 Arunachalam, V. S. R.V. S. R. Arunachalam Literature & Education Delhi
1990 Chaturvedi, Triloki NathTriloki Nath Chaturvedi Civil Service Karnataka
1990 Datta, BhabatoshBhabatosh Datta Literature & Education West Bengal
1990 Gandharva, KumarKumar Gandharva Arts Madhya Pradesh
1990 Kalam, A. P. J. AbdulA. P. J. Abdul Kalam Science & Engineering Delhi
1990 Iyer, Semmangudi SrinivasaSemmangudi Srinivasa Iyer Arts Tamil Nadu
1991 Balamuralikrishna, M.M. Balamuralikrishna Arts Tamil Nadu
1991 Husain, M. F.M. F. Husain Arts Maharashtra
1991 Mukherjee, HirendranathHirendranath Mukherjee Public Affairs West Bengal
1991 Nanda, GulzarilalGulzarilal Nanda Public Affairs Gujarat
1991 Patel, I. G.I. G. Patel Science & Engineering Gujarat
1991 Ranga, N. G.N. G. Ranga Public Affairs Andhra Pradesh
1991 Rustamji, Khusro FaramurzKhusro Faramurz Rustamji Civil Service Maharashtra
1991 Shastri, RajaramRajaram Shastri Literature & Education Uttar Pradesh
1992 Ali, Aruna AsafAruna Asaf Ali Public Affairs Delhi
1992 Joshi, Lakshman ShastriLakshman Shastri Joshi Literature & Education Maharashtra
1992 Mansur, MallikarjunMallikarjun Mansur Arts Karnataka
1992 Padmavati, S. I.S. I. Padmavati Medicine Delhi
1992 Rao, Kaloji NarayanaKaloji Narayana Rao Arts Andhra Pradesh
1992 Reddy, Ravi NarayanaRavi Narayana Reddy Public Affairs Andhra Pradesh
1992 Shantaram, V.V. Shantaram Arts Maharashtra
1992 Shroff, GovindbhaiGovindbhai Shroff Literature & Education Maharashtra
1992 Singh, SwaranSwaran Singh Public Affairs Punjab
1992 Vajpayee, Atal BihariAtal Bihari Vajpayee Public Affairs Delhi
1998 Mehta, UshaUsha Mehta Social Work Maharashtra
1998 Palkhivala, NanabhoyNanabhoy Palkhivala Public Affairs Maharashtra
1998 Sahgal, LakshmiLakshmi Sahgal Public Affairs Uttar Pradesh
1998 Sisulu, WalterWalter Sisulu Public Affairs  –
1999 Athavale, Pandurang ShastriPandurang Shastri Athavale Social Work Maharashtra
1999 Chidambaram, RajagopalaRajagopala Chidambaram Science & Engineering Maharashtra
1999 Deshmukh, NanajiNanaji Deshmukh Social Work Delhi
1999 Gopal, SarvepalliSarvepalli Gopal Literature & Education Tamil Nadu
1999 Gujral, SatishSatish Gujral Arts Delhi
1999 Iyer, V. R. KrishnaV. R. Krishna Iyer Public Affairs Kerala
1999 Joshi, BhimsenBhimsen Joshi Arts Maharashtra
1999 Khanna, Hans RajHans Raj Khanna Public Affairs Delhi
1999 Kurien, VergheseVerghese Kurien Science & Engineering Gujarat
1999 Mangeshkar, LataLata Mangeshkar Arts Maharashtra
1999 Nehru, Braj KumarBraj Kumar Nehru Civil Service Himachal Pradesh
1999 Pattammal, D. K.D. K. Pattammal Arts Tamil Nadu
1999 Singh, Lallan PrasadLallan Prasad Singh Civil Service Delhi
1999 Vira, DharmaDharma Vira Civil Service Delhi

2000s

List of Padma Vibhushan recipients awarded during 2000s[1]
Year Recipient Field State
2000 Bakht, SikanderSikander Bakht Public Affairs Delhi
2000 Bhagwati, JagdishJagdish Bhagwati Literature & Education  –
2000 Chaurasia, HariprasadHariprasad Chaurasia Arts Maharashtra
2000 Gill, M. S.M. S. Gill Civil Service Delhi
2000 Kasturirangan, KrishnaswamyKrishnaswamy Kasturirangan Science & Engineering Karnataka
2000 Lall, K. B.K. B. Lall Civil Service Delhi
2000 Mohapatra, KelucharanKelucharan Mohapatra Arts Odisha
2000 Motiram, JasrajJasraj Motiram Arts Maharashtra
2000 Narasimham, M.M. Narasimham Trade & Industry Andhra Pradesh
2000 Narayan, R. K.R. K. Narayan Literature & Education Tamil Nadu
2000 Pande, Bhairab DuttBhairab Dutt Pande Civil Service Uttarakhand
2000 Raj, K. N.K. N. Raj Literature & Education Kerala
2000 Singh, TarlokTarlok Singh Civil Service Delhi
2001 Galbraith, John KennethJohn Kenneth Galbraith Literature & Education  –
2001 Gilman, Benjamin A.Benjamin A. Gilman Public Affairs  –
2001 Khan, Amjad AliAmjad Ali Khan Arts Delhi
2001 Mehta, ZubinZubin Mehta Arts  –
2001 Mukherjee, HrishikeshHrishikesh Mukherjee Arts Maharashtra
2001 Murthy, Kotha SatchidandaKotha Satchidanda Murthy Literature & Education Andhra Pradesh
2001 Narasimhan, Chakravarthi V.Chakravarthi V. Narasimhan Civil Service Tamil Nadu
2001 Norota, HoseiHosei Norota Public Affairs  –
2001 Rao, C. R.C. R. Rao Science & Engineering  –
2001 Sharma, Man MohanMan Mohan Sharma Science & Engineering Maharashtra
2001 Sharma, ShivkumarShivkumar Sharma Arts Maharashtra
2002 Amonkar, KishoriKishori Amonkar Arts Maharashtra
2002 Hangal, GangubaiGangubai Hangal Arts Karnataka
2002 Maharaj, KishanKishan Maharaj Arts Uttar Pradesh
2002 Rangarajan, C.C. Rangarajan Literature & Education Andhra Pradesh
2002 Sorabjee, SoliSoli Sorabjee Law Delhi
2003 Dorjee, Kazi LhendupKazi Lhendup Dorjee Public Affairs West Bengal
2003 Mansingh, SonalSonal Mansingh Arts Delhi
2003 Nanda, Bal RamBal Ram Nanda Literature & Education Delhi
2003 Triguna, Brihaspati DevBrihaspati Dev Triguna Medicine Delhi
2004 Narlikar, JayantJayant Narlikar Science & Engineering Maharashtra
2004 Pritam, AmritaAmrita Pritam Literature & Education Delhi
2004 Venkatachaliah, M. N.M. N. Venkatachaliah Public Affairs Karnataka
2005 Banerji, Milon K.Milon K. Banerji Public Affairs Delhi
2005 Dharia, MohanMohan Dharia Social Work Maharashtra
2005 Dixit, Jyotindra NathJyotindra Nath Dixit Civil Service Delhi
2005 Goyal, B. K.B. K. Goyal Medicine Maharashtra
2005 Laxman, R. K.R. K. Laxman Arts Maharashtra
2005 Narayan, RamRam Narayan Arts Maharashtra
2005 Singh, KaranKaran Singh Public Affairs Delhi
2005 Valiathan, M. S.M. S. Valiathan Medicine Karnataka
2006 Borlaug, NormanNorman Borlaug Science & Engineering  –
2006 Correa, CharlesCharles Correa Science & Engineering Maharashtra
2006 Deshpande, NirmalaNirmala Deshpande Social Work Delhi
2006 Devi, MahaswetaMahasweta Devi Literature & Education West Bengal
2006 Gopalakrishnan, AdoorAdoor Gopalakrishnan Arts Kerala
2006 Khare, V. N.V. N. Khare Public Affairs Uttar Pradesh
2006 Rao, C. R. KrishnaswamyC. R. Krishnaswamy Rao Civil Service Tamil Nadu
2006 Siddiqi, ObaidObaid Siddiqi Science & Engineering Karnataka
2006 Tandon, Prakash NarainPrakash Narain Tandon Medicine Delhi
2007 Bhagwati, P. N.P. N. Bhagwati Public Affairs Delhi
2007 Chandra, NareshNaresh Chandra Civil Service Delhi
2007 Chelliah, RajaRaja Chelliah Public Affairs Tamil Nadu
2007 Krishnamurthy, V.V. Krishnamurthy Civil Service Delhi
2007 Nariman, Fali SamFali Sam Nariman Public Affairs Delhi
2007 Rao, RajaRaja Rao Literature & Education  –
2007 Sankaran, BaluBalu Sankaran Medicine Delhi
2007 Singh, KhushwantKhushwant Singh Literature & Education Delhi
2007 Sudarshan, GeorgeGeorge Sudarshan Science & Engineering  –
2007 Vohra, Narinder NathNarinder Nath Vohra Civil Service Haryana
2008 Anand, Adarsh SeinAdarsh Sein Anand Public Affairs Uttar Pradesh
2008 Anand, ViswanathanViswanathan Anand Sports Tamil Nadu
2008 Bhosle, AshaAsha Bhosle Arts Maharashtra
2008 Dhar, P. N.P. N. Dhar Civil Service Delhi
2008 Hillary, EdmundEdmund Hillary Sports  –
2008 Mittal, LakshmiLakshmi Mittal Trade & Industry  –
2008 Mukherjee, PranabPranab Mukherjee Public Affairs Delhi
2008 Murthy, N. R. NarayanaN. R. Narayana Murthy Trade & Industry Karnataka
2008 Oberoi, Prithvi Raj SinghPrithvi Raj Singh Oberoi Trade & Industry Delhi
2008 Pachauri, Rajendra K.Rajendra K. Pachauri Science & Engineering Delhi
2008 Sreedharan, E.E. Sreedharan Science & Engineering Delhi
2008 Tata, RatanRatan Tata Trade & Industry Maharashtra
2008 Tendulkar, SachinSachin Tendulkar Sports Maharashtra
2009 Bahuguna, SunderlalSunderlal Bahuguna Others Uttarakhand
2009 Bajaj, Jasbir SinghJasbir Singh Bajaj Medicine Punjab
2009 Chattopadhyaya, D. P.D. P. Chattopadhyaya Literature & Education West Bengal
2009 Ganguly, Ashok SekharAshok Sekhar Ganguly Trade & Industry Maharahstra
2009 Nirmala, SisterSister Nirmala Social Work West Bengal
2009 Kakodkar, AnilAnil Kakodkar Science & Engineering Maharahstra
2009 Lal, PurshotamPurshotam Lal Medicine Uttar Pradesh
2009 Nair, G. MadhavanG. Madhavan Nair Science & Engineering Karnataka
2009 Narain, GovindGovind Narain Public Affairs Uttar Pradesh
2009 Srivastava, Chandrika PrasadChandrika Prasad Srivastava Civil Service Maharahstra

2010s

List of Padma Vibhushan recipients awarded during 2010s[1][2]
Year Recipient Field State
2010 Alkazi, EbrahimEbrahim Alkazi Arts Delhi
2010 Ramakrishnan, VenkatramanVenkatraman Ramakrishnan Science & Engineering  –
2010 Reddy, Prathap C.Prathap C. Reddy Trade & Industry Tamil Nadu
2010 Reddy, Y. VenugopalY. Venugopal Reddy Public Affairs Andhra Pradesh
2010 Sehgal, ZohraZohra Sehgal Arts Delhi
2010 Sivaraman, Umayalpuram K.Umayalpuram K. Sivaraman Arts Tamil Nadu
2011 Ahluwalia, Montek SinghMontek Singh Ahluwalia Public Affairs Delhi
2011 Jain, Lakshmi ChandLakshmi Chand Jain[1] Public Affairs Delhi
2011 Kelkar, VijayVijay Kelkar Public Affairs Maharashtra
2011 Kidwai, Akhlaqur RahmanAkhlaqur Rahman Kidwai Public Affairs Delhi
2011 Kurup, O. N. V.O. N. V. Kurup Literature & Education Kerala
2011 Mahapatra, SitakantSitakant Mahapatra Literature & Education Odisha
2011 Mishra, BrajeshBrajesh Mishra Civil Service Delhi
2011 Parasaran, K.K. Parasaran Public Affairs Delhi |
2011 Premji, AzimAzim Premji Trade & Industry Karnataka
2011 Rao, Palle RamaPalle Rama Rao Science & Engineering Andhra Pradesh
2011 Rao, Akkineni NageswaraAkkineni Nageswara Rao Arts Andhra Pradesh
2011 Vatsyayan, KapilaKapila Vatsyayan Arts Delhi
2011 Vyarawalla, HomaiHomai Vyarawalla Arts Gujarat
2012 Hazarika, BhupenBhupen Hazarika Arts  –
2012 Miranda, MarioMario Miranda Arts Goa
2012 Rajeswar, T. V.T. V. Rajeswar Civil Service Delhi
2012 Sancheti, Kantilal HastimalKantilal Hastimal Sancheti Medicine Maharashtra
2012 Subramanyan, K. G.K. G. Subramanyan Arts Gujarat
2013 Mohapatra, RaghunathRaghunath Mohapatra Arts Odisha
2013 Narasimha, RoddamRoddam Narasimha Science & Engineering Karnataka
2013 Pal, YashYash Pal Science & Engineering Uttar Pradesh
2013 Raza, S. H.S. H. Raza Arts Delhi
2014 Iyengar, B. K. S.B. K. S. Iyengar Others Maharashtra
2014 Mashelkar, Raghunath AnantRaghunath Anant Mashelkar Science & Engineering Maharashtra
2015 Advani, L. K.L. K. Advani Public Affairs Gujarat
2015 Bachchan, AmitabhAmitabh Bachchan Arts Maharashtra
2015 Badal, Parkash SinghParkash Singh Badal Public Affairs Punjab
2015 Heggade, VeerendraVeerendra Heggade Social Work Karnataka
2015 Kumar, DilipDilip Kumar Arts Maharashtra
2015 Mishra, GiridharGiridhar Mishra Others Uttar Pradesh
2015 Srinivasan, M. R.M. R. Srinivasan Science & Engineering Tamil Nadu
2015 Venugopal, Kottayan KatankotKottayan Katankot Venugopal Public Affairs Delhi
2015 Khan, Karim Al Hussaini AgaKarim Al Hussaini Aga Khan Trade and Industry  –

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Explanatory notes

  1. ^ Jain's family refused to accept the honour as he was against accepting state honours.[15]

External links

  • "Awards & Medals". Ministry of Home Affairs (India). 14 September 2015. Retrieved 22 October 2015. 
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