Padmabhushan Dr. Moturi Satyanarayan Award

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Padmabhushan Dr. Moturi Satyanarayan Award
पद्मभूषण डॉ. मोटूरि सत्यानारायण पुरस्कार
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Category Promotion of Hindi Language (1 Individual)
Description Literary award
in India
Instituted 1989
First awarded 2002
Last awarded 2009
Total awarded 8
Awarded by Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, Government of India
First awardee(s) Shri. Harishankar 'Aadesh'
Last awardee(s) Dr. Surendra Gambhir

Padmabhushan Dr. Moturi Satyanarayan Award (Devnagari: पद्मभूषण डॉ. मोटूरि सत्यानारायण पुरस्कार) is a literary honor in India which Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, (Central Hindi Organization), Ministry of Human Resource Development, annually confers on writers of outstanding works in Hindi Literature. It is also a Hindi Sevi Samman and is given to number of Hindi experts for playing their important role in promoting the Hindi language.

History[edit]

The award was established by Kendriya Hindi Sansthan in 1989 on the name of the Great Hindi Activist Moturi Satyanarayana. It was first awarded in the year 2002 to Shri. Harishankar 'Aadesh'.

Honour[edit]

Padmabhushan Dr. Moturi Satyanarayan Award is awarded for Promotion of Hindi language in abroad every year by the President Of India.

Award Recipients[edit]

Year Name Country
2002 Harishankar 'Aadesh'[1] Canada
2003 P. Jayaraman[1] America
2004 Pro. Yamuna Kachru[1] America
2005 Krishna Kishore[1] America
2006 Prem Lata Verma[1] Argentina
2007 Usha Priyamwada[1] America
2008 Purnima Varman[2] UAE
2009 Dr. Surendra Gambhir[2] America
2010 Madanlal Madhu Russia
2011 Tejendra Sharma United Kingdom

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f [1]
  2. ^ a b [2]

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