List of Ekushey Padak award recipients (2010–19)

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2010[edit]

Ekushey Padak was awarded to 15 people.[1]

  1. Sayeed Ahmed, literature (posthumous)
  2. Mohammad Alam, photojournalism (posthumous)
  3. Ahmed Imtiaz Bulbul, music artiste
  4. Hanif Sangket, social personality
  5. Laila Hasan, artiste
  6. Imdad Hossain, artist
  7. Helena Khan, literature
  8. Partha Pratim Majumder, mime artiste
  9. Muntassir Mamoon, research
  10. Sangharaj Jyotipal Mohathero, social personality (posthumous)
  11. Golam Moula, Language Movement (posthumous)
  12. Mohammad Rafiq, literature
  13. AKM Abdur Rouf, artist (posthumous)
  14. ASHK Sadik, social personality (posthumous)
  15. Nasiruddin Yousuff, artiste

2011[edit]

Ekushey Padak was awarded to 13 people.[2]

  1. Mosharef Uddin Ahmed, Language Movement (posthumous)
  2. Shawkat Ali, Language Movement (posthumous)
  3. Nurjahan Begum, journalism
  4. Jyotsna Biswas, performing arts
  5. Abdul Haq Choudhury, research (posthumous)
  6. Abdul Haq, language and literature
  7. Amanul Haque, Language Movement (posthumous)
  8. Md Abul Hashem, social service
  9. Mohammed Delwar Hossain, social service
  10. Shaheed Quaderi, language and literature
  11. Ustad Akthar Sadmani, performing arts (posthumous)
  12. Abdul Karim Shah, performing arts
  13. Md Hares Uddin (Polan Sarker), social service

2012[edit]

Ekushey Padak was awarded to 15 people.[3]

  1. Humayun Azad, language and literature (posthumous)
  2. Mubinul Azim, fine arts (posthumous)
  3. Mumtaz Begum, Language Movement (posthumous)
  4. Baren Chakraborthi, science and technology
  5. Ehtesham Haydar Chowdhury, journalism (posthumous)
  6. Karunamoy Goswami, fine arts
  7. Enamul Haque, fine arts
  8. A.K. Nazmul Karim, education (posthumous)
  9. Monsur Alam Khan, education
  10. Suddhananda Mahathero, social work
  11. Tareque Masud, fine arts (posthumous)
  12. Habibur Rahman Milon (journalism)
  13. Ashfaque Munier, journalism (posthumous)
  14. Mamunur Rashid, fine arts
  15. Ajoy Kumar Roy, education

2013[edit]

Ekushey Padak was awarded to 13 people.[4]

  1. Rafiq Azad, language and literature
  2. Asad Chowdhury, language and literature
  3. Samson H. Chowdhury, social service (posthumous)
  4. Udichi Shilpi Gosthi (arts)
  5. Ajit Kumar Guha, Language Movement (posthumous)
  6. Jamaluddin Hossain, arts
  7. Mohammad Kamruzzaman, Language Movement (posthumous)
  8. Kaderi Kibria, arts
  9. Tofazzal Hossain Manik Miah, Language Movement
  10. Nurjahan Murshid, social service (posthumous)
  11. Bijoy Sarkar, arts (posthumous)
  12. Enamul Haque Mostafa Shahid, Liberation War.
  13. MA Wadud, Language Movement (posthumous)

2014[edit]

Ekushey Padak was awarded to 15 people.[5]

Winners of Ekushey Padak 2014
  1. Badrul Alam, Language Movement (posthumous)
  2. Biprodas Barua, language and literature
  3. Belal Chowdhury, language and literature
  4. Jamil Chowdhury, language and literature
  5. Samarjit Roy Chowdhury, arts
  6. Ramkanai Das, arts
  7. Rashid Haider, language and literature
  8. Shamsul Huda, Language Movement
  9. Enamul Huq, research[6]
  10. Keramat Moula, arts
  11. Mujibur Rahman, social service
  12. Golam Sarwar, journalism
  13. Anupam Sen, education
  14. Abdus Shakur, language and literature (posthumous)
  15. SM Solaiman, arts (posthumous)

2015[edit]

Ekushey Padak was awarded to 15 people.[7][8]

  1. Abdur Rahman Boyati, arts (posthumous)
  2. Arup Ratan Choudhury, social service
  3. Jharna Dhara Chowdhury, social service
  4. SA Abul Hayat, arts
  5. Mohammad Nurul Huda, language and literature
  6. Kamal Lohani, journalism
  7. MA Mannan, education
  8. Srimat Sattyaprio Mohather, social service
  9. Mujibur Rahman Devdas, Liberation War
  10. Faridur Reza Sagar, mass media
  11. Sanat Kumar Saha, education
  12. Pearu Sardar, Language Movement (posthumous)
  13. ATM Shamsuzzaman, arts
  14. Dwijen Sharma, language and literature
  15. Abul Kalam Mohammed Zakaria, research

2016[edit]

Ekushey Padak was awarded to 16 people.[9]

  1. Kazi Ebadul Haque, language movement
  2. Sayed Haider, language movement
  3. Syed Golam Kibria, language movement (posthumous)
  4. Jashimuddin Ahmed, language movement
  5. Jahanara Ahmed, arts (television and film)
  6. Pandit Amaresh Roy Chowdhury, arts (classical music)
  7. Shaheen Samad, arts (music)
  8. Amanul Haque, arts (dance)
  9. Kazi Anwar Hossain, arts (painting) (posthumous)
  10. Mafidul Haque, Liberation War
  11. Toab Khan, journalism
  12. ABM Abdullah, research
  13. Mongsen Ching Monsin, research
  14. Jyoti Prakash Dutta, language and literature
  15. Hayat Mahmud, language and literature
  16. Habibullah Siraji, language and literature

2017[edit]

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The award was given to 17 persons.[10]

  1. Sharifa Khatun, language movement
  2. Shushama Das, music
  3. Julhas Uddin Ahmed, music
  4. Ustad Azizul Islam, music
  5. Tanvir Mokammel, film
  6. Syed Abdullah Khalid, sculpture
  7. Sara Zaker, acting
  8. Abul Momen, journalism
  9. Syed Akram Hossain, research
  10. Alamgir Muhammad Serajuddin, education
  11. Jamilur Reza Choudhury, science and technology
  12. Mahmud Hassan, social welfare
  13. Omar Ali, language and literature
  14. Sukumar Barua, language and literature
  15. Swadesh Roy, journalism
  16. Shamim Ara Nipa, choreography
  17. Rahmatullah Al Mahmud Selim, music

2018[edit]

The award was given to 21 persons.[11]

  1. AZM Takiullah (language movement)
  2. Mirza Mazharul Islam (bn) (language movement)
  3. Sheikh Sadi Khan (music)
  4. Shujeo Shyam (music)
  5. Indra Mohan Rajbongshi (music)
  6. Khurshid Alam (music)
  7. Motiul Haque Khan (music)
  8. Minu Haque (dance)
  9. Humayun Faridi (acting)
  10. Nikhil Sen (drama)
  11. Kalidas Karmakar (fine arts)
  12. Golam Mostofa (photography)
  13. Ranesh Moitro (journalism)
  14. Julekha Haque (research)
  15. Mainul Islam (economics)
  16. Ilias Kanchan (social service)
  17. Syed Manzoorul Islam (language and literature)
  18. Saiful Islam Khan (poet Hayat Saef) (language and literature)
  19. Subrata Barua (bn) (language and literature)
  20. Robiul Hussain (language and literature)
  21. Khalekdad Chowdhury (bn) (language and literature)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "15 named for Ekushey Padak—2010". The Daily Star. 17 February 2010. 
  2. ^ "13 named for Ekushey Padak". bdnews24.com. 14 February 2011. 
  3. ^ "15 personalities receive Ekushey Padak". bdnews24.com. 20 February 2012. 
  4. ^ "13 picked for Ekushey Padak". bdnews24.com. 7 February 2013. 
  5. ^ "15 get Ekushey Padak". The Daily Star. 20 February 2014. 
  6. ^ "সংস্কৃতি : প্রফেসর ডক্টর এনামুল হক" [Culture : Professor Doctor Enamul Huq] (in Bengali). jagonews24.com. 2017-04-10. Retrieved 2017-11-22. 
  7. ^ "Poet Nurul Huda among 15 named for Ekushey Padak 2015". bdnews24.com. 8 February 2015. 
  8. ^ "14 honoured with Ekushey Padak 2015". The Daily Star. 9 February 2015. 
  9. ^ "16 named for Ekushey Padak". thedailystar.net. 10 February 2016. 
  10. ^ "17 named for Ekushey Padak 2017". The Daily Star. February 12, 2017. Retrieved February 12, 2017. 
  11. ^ "21 named for Ekushey Padak". The Daily Star. 2018-02-09. Retrieved 2018-02-09.