President of India presents Hindi Sevi Samman Awards

President of India presents Hindi Sevi Samman Awards

The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee presented the Hindi Sevi Samman Awards for the years 2012, 2013 and 2014 today (April 19, 2016) at a function at Rashtrapati Bhavan in presence of Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani, Union Minister of Human Resource Development and other dignitaries.

These Awards were instituted by Central Hindi Institute, Agra in 1989.  14 scholars receive this award in seven different categories every year for their contribution in the field of Hindi language and literature.

Gangasaran Simha Prize 
For 2012 :
Dr.Radhakanth Misra

For 2013 :
Dr.Sriradha Kumara Saikiya
Sri. T.S.K. Kannan
Dr. Raveendranath Misra
Smt.D.S. Savitri

For 2014 :
Prof. M.Venkateswar
Prof. V.D. Hegde
Dr. Deven Chand Das Sudhama
Dr. Beena Butki

Ganesh Sankar Vidyardhi Prize : 
For 2012:
Sri Mahesh Darpan
Sri Viswanath Sacchadev

For 2013 : 
Sri Rajeev Kataari
Dr. B.Y. Lalitamba

For 2014:
Sri Devendra Kumar
Dr. Satrugna Prasad

Atmaram Prize

For 2012 :
Dr.Vom Prakash Sarma
Dr.Ganesh Sankar Palival

For 2013 :
Sri Balendu Sarma Dadheech
Prof. Dinesh Mani

For 2014 :
Sri Suresh Kumar Jindal
Sri Suresh Tivari
Subramanya Bharati Prize:

For 2012 :

Dr. S.Vijaya

For 2013 :

Prof. I.N. Chandra Sekhar Reddy

For 2014 :

Sri Narendra Kohali
Prof Souraj Singh Bechain
Maha Pandit Rahul Sankrutyayan Prize

For 2012:
Prof. I. Rahemtullah
Prof. G.Gopinathan

For 2013 :

Dr.Viswanath Prasad Tiwari
Dr. Purna Singh Dabas

For 2014 :

Dr. Suresh Goutam
Dr. Baladeva Vamsi
Dr.Garge Griarson Prize

For 2012 :

Dr.Alaka Ganapati

For 2013 :  

Prof. Gafur King

For 2014 :

Sri Sichiro Soma

Padma Bhushan Dr. Moturi Satyanarayana Prize

For 2012 :
Dr.Sushma Beti

For 2013 :
Smt.Sneha Thagur


President’s greetings on the eve of Mahavir Jayanti

The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee in his message on the eve of Mahavir Jayanti has said: -

“On the occasion of Mahavir Jayanti, I extend greetings and good wishes to all my fellow citizens in India and abroad.

Let us on this day resolve to spread Bhagwan Mahavira’s teachings of ahimsa, compassion, love and right conduct far and wide, within our country and across the world.

May this festival inspire all of us to adopt non-violence in our thought and life.” 

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