2018 Padma Awards Winner

Padma Vibhushan Awards Winners 2018

Shri Illaiyaraja from Tamil Nadu for is contribution in Art and Music.
Shri Ghulam Mustafa Khan from Maharashtra for his contribution in Art and Music.
Shri Parameswaran Parameswaran from Kerala for his contribution in Literature and Education.

Padma Bhushan Awards Winners 2018

Shri Pankaj Advani from Karnataka for his contribution in Sports- Billiards/Snooker.
Shri Philipose Mar Chrysostom from Kerala for his contribution in Spiritualism.
Shri Mahendra Singh Dhoni from Jharkhand for his contributio in Sports-Cricket.
Shri Alexander Kadakin (Foreigner/Posthumous) from Russia for his in contribution in Public Affairs.
Shri Ramachandran Nagaswamy from Tamil Nadu for his contribution in Archaeology.
Shri Ved Prakash Nanda from USA for his contribution in Literature and Education.
Shri Laxman Pai from Goa for his contribution in Art-Painting.
Shri Arvind Parikh from Maharashtra for his contribution in Art-Music.
Ms. Sharda Sinha from Bihar for her contribution in Art-Music.

Padma Shri Awards Winners 2018

Shri Abhay Bang and Ms. Rani Bang from Maharashtra for their contribution in the field of Medicine.
Shri Damodar Ganesh Bapat from Chhattisgarh for his Social Work.
Shri Prafulla Govinda Baruah from Assam for his contribution in the field of Literature, Education and Journalism.
Shri Mohan Swaroop Bhatia from Uttar Pradesh for his contribution in the field of Art-Folk Music.
Shri Sudhanshu Biswas from West Bengal for his Social Work.
Ms. Saikhom Mirabai Chanu from Manipur for her contribution in Sports-Weightlifting.
Shri Pandit Shyamlal Chaturvedi from Chhattisgarh for his controbution in Literature, Education and Journalism.
Jose Ma Joey Concepcion III (Foreigner) from Philippines for his contribution in Trade & Industry.
Ms. Langpoklakpam Subadani Devi from Manipur for her contribution in Art-Weaving.
Shri Somdev Devvarman from Tripura for his contribution in Sports-Tennis.
Shri Yeshi Dhoden from Himachal Pradesh for his contribution in the field of Medicine.
Shri Arup Kumar Dutta from Assam for his contribution in Literature and Education.
Shri Doddarange Gowda from Karnataka for his contribution in Art-Lyrics.
Shri Arvind Gupta from Maharashtra for his contribution in Literature and Education.
Shri Digamber Hansda from Jharkhand for his contribution in Literature and Education.
Shri Ramli Bin Ibrahim (Foreigner) from Malaysia for his contribution in the field of Art-Dance.
Shri Anwar Jalalpuri (Posthumous) from Uttar Pradesh for his contribution in Literature and Education
Shri Piyong Temjen Jamir from Nagaland for his contribution in Literature and Education.
Ms. Sitavva Joddati from Karnataka for her Social Work.
Ms. Malti Joshi from Madhya Pradesh for her contribution in Literature and Education.
Shri Manoj Joshi from Maharashtra for his contribution in the field of Art-Acting.
Shri Rameshwarlal Kabra from Maharashtra for his contribution in Trade & Industry.
Shri Pran Kishore Kaul from Jammu and Kashmir for his contribution in Art.
Shri Bounlap Keokangna (Foreigner) from Laos for his contribution in Architecture.
Shri Vijay Kichlu from West Bengal for his contribution in Art-Music.
Shri Tommy Koh (Foreigner) from Singapore for his contribution in Public Affairs.
Ms. Lakshmi Kutty from Kerala for her contribution in the field of Traditional Medicine.
Ms. Joyshree Goswami Mahanta from Assam for his contribution in Literature and Education.
Shri Narayan Das Maharaj from Rajasthan for his contribution in Spiritualism.
Shri Pravakara Maharana from Odisha for his contribution in Art-Sculpture.
Shri Hun Many (Foreigner) from Cambodia for his contribution in Public Affairs.
Ms. Nouf Marwaai (Foreigner) from Saudi Arabia for her contribution in Yoga.
Shri Zaverilal Mehta from Gujarat for his contribution in Literature, Education and Journalism.
Shri Krishna Bihari Mishra from West Bengal for his contribution in Literature and Education.
Shri Sisir Purushottam Mishra from Maharashtra for his contribution in Art-Cinema.
Ms. Subhasini Mistry from West Bengal for her Social Work.
Shri Tomio Mizokami (Foreigner) from Japan for his contribution in Literature and Education.
Shri Somdet Phra Maha Muniwong (Foreigner) from Thailand for his contribution in the field of Spiritualism.
Shri Keshav Rao Musalgaonkar from Madhya Pradesh for his contribution in Literature and Education.
Dr Thant Myint U (Foreigner) from Myanmar for his contribution in Public Affairs.
Ms. V Nanammal from Tamil Nadu for her contribution in Yoga.
Ms. Sulagitti Narasamma from Karnataka for her Social Work.
Ms. Vijayalakshmi Navaneethakrishnan from Tamil Nadu for her contribution in Art-Folk Music.
Shri I Nyoman Nuarta (Foreigner) from Indonesia for his contribution in Art- Sculpture.
Shri Malai Haji Abdullah (Foreigner) and Bin Malai Haji Othman (Foreigner) from Brunei for their Social work.
Shri Gobaradhan Panika from Odisha for his contribution in Art-Weaving.
Shri Bhabani Charan Pattanaik from Odisha for his contribution in Public Affairs.
Shri Murlikant Petkar from Maharashtra for his contribution in Sports-Swimming.
Shri Habibullo Rajabov (Foreigner) from Tajikistan for his contribution in Literature and Education.
Shri M R Rajagopal from Kerala for in contribution in the field of Medicine-Palliative Care
Shri Sampat Ramteke (Posthumous) from Maharashtra for his Social Work.
Shri Chandra Sekhar Rath from Odisha for his contribution in Literature and Education.
Shri S S Rathore from Gujarat for his contributioni in Civil Service
Shri Amitava Roy from West Bengal for his contribution in Science and Engineering.
Shri Sanduk Ruit (Foreigner) from Nepal for his contribution in the field of Medicine-Ophthalmology.
Shri R Sathyanarayana from Karnataka for his contribution in the field of Art-Music.
Shri Pankaj M Shah from Gujarat for his contribution in the field of Medicine-Oncology.
Shri Bhajju Shyam from Madhya Pradesh for his contribution in the field of Art-Painting
Shri Maharao Raghuveer Singh from Rajasthan for his contribution in the field of Literature and Education
Shri Kidambi Srikanth from Andhra Pradesh for his contribution in Sports-Badminton.
Shri Ibrahim Sutar from Karnataka for his contribution in the field of Art-Music
Shri Siddeshwara Swamiji from Karnataka for his contribution in Spiritualism
Ms. Lentina Ao Thakkar from Nagaland for her Social Work
Shri Vikram Chandra Thakur from Uttarakhand for his contribution in the field of Science and Engineering
Shri Rudrapatnam Narayanaswamy Tharanathan and Shri Rudrapatnam Narayanaswamy Thyagarajan from Karnataka for the contribution in the field of Art-Music.
Shri Nguyen Tien Thien (Foreigner) from Vietnam for his contribution in the field of Spiritualism
Shri Bhagirath Prasad Tripathi from Uttar Pradesh for his contribution in the field of Literature and Education
Shri Rajagopalan Vasudevan from Tamil Nadu for his contribution in the field of Science and Engineering
Shri Manas Bihari Verma from Bihar for his contribution in the field of Science and Engineering
Shri Panatawane Gangadhar Vithobaji fromMaharashtra for his contribution in the field of Literature and Education
Shri Romulus Whitaker from Tamil Nadu for his contribution in the field of Wildlife Conservation
Shri Baba Yogendra from Madhya Pradesh for his contribution in Art.
Shri A Zakia from Mizoram for his contribution in the field of Literature and Education

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