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List of award recipients, showing the year and profession(s) Year (Award Ceremony) Image Recipient Awarded as 1969

(17th) Devika Rani Chaudhuri Roerich[3] Actress 1970 (18th) B. N. Sircar[4] Producer 1971 (19th) Prithviraj Kapoor[5] Actor (Awarded posthumously) 1972 (20th) Pankaj Mullick[6] Music Director 1973 (21st) Ruby Myers (Sulochana)[7] Actress 1974 (22nd) Bommireddy Narasimha Reddy[8] Director 1975 (23rd) Dhirendranath Ganguly[9] Actor, Director 1976 (24th) Kanan Devi[5] Actress 1977 (25th) Nitin Bose[10] Cinematographer, Director, Screenwriter 1978 (26th) Raichand Boral[11] Music Director, Director 1979 (27th) Sohrab Modi[5] Actor, Director, Producer 1980 (28th) Paidi Jairaj[12] Actor, Director 1981 (29th) Naushad[13] Music Director 1982 (30th) L. V. Prasad[14] Actor, Director, Producer 1983 (31st) Durga Khote[15] Actress 1984 (32nd) Satyajit Ray[16] Director 1985 (33rd) V. Shantaram[17] Actor, Director, Producer 1986 (34th) Bommireddy Nagi Reddy[18] Producer 1987 (35th) Raj Kapoor[19] Actor, Director, Producer 1988 (36th) Ashok Kumar[20] Actor 1989 (37th) Lata Mangeshkar[21] Playback singer 1990 (38th) Akkineni Nageswara Rao[22] Actor 1991 (39th) Bhalji Pendharkar[23] Director, Producer, Screenwriter 1992 (40th) Bhupen Hazarika[24] Musician, singer, poet, filmmaker, lyric ist 1993 (41st) Majrooh Sultanpuri[5] Lyricist 1994 (42nd) Dilip Kumar[5] Actor 1995 (43rd) Rajkumar[5] Actor, Singer 1996

(44th) 1997 (45th) 1998 (46th) 1999 (47th) 2000 (48th) 2001 (49th) 2002 (50th) 2003 (51st) 2004 (52nd) 2005 (53rd) 2006 (54th) 2007 (55th) 2008 (56th) 2009 (57th) 2010 (58th) 2011 (59th)

Sivaji Ganesan[25] Pradeep[26] B. R. Chopra[27] Hrishikesh Mukherjee[28]

Actor

Lyricist Director, Producer Director

Asha Bhosle[29] Playback Singer Yash Chopra[30] Director, Producer Dev Anand[31] Actor, Director, Producer

Mrinal Sen[32] Director Adoor Gopalakrishnan[33] Shyam Benegal[34] Tapan Sinha[35] Director Manna Dey[36] V. K. Murthy[37] D. Ramanaidu[38] K. Balachander[39] Playback singer Cinematographer Producer, Director Director Director Director

Soumitra Chatterjee[40] Actor

Year Name Image Birth / Death Sport Discipline 1991 92 Viswanathan Anand[2] b. 1969 Chess 1992 93 Geet Sethi[3] b. 1961 Billiards 1993 94 Not Conferred 1994 95 Cdr. Homi D. Motivala b. 1958 Yachting (Team Event) Lt. Cdr. P. K. Garg b. 1963 1995 96 Karnam Malleswari b. 1975 Weightlifting 1996 97 Nameirakpam Kunjarani b. 1968 Weightlifting Leander Paes b. 1973 Tennis 1997 98 Sachin Tendulkar[4] b. 1973 Cricket 1998 99 Jyotirmoyee Sikdar b. 1969 Athletics 1999 2000 Dhanraj Pillay [5] b. 1968 Hockey 2000 01 Pullela Gopichand[6] b. 1973 Badminton 2001 02 Abhinav Bindra[7] b. 1982 Shooting 2002 03 Anjali Ved Pathak Bhagwat[8] b. 1969 Shooting K. M. Beenamol[8] b. 1975 Athletics 2003 04 Anju Bobby George[9] b. 1977 Athletics 2004 05 Lt. Col Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore[10] b. 1970 Shooting 2005 06 Pankaj Advani[11] b. 1985 Billiards and Snooker 2006 07 Manavjit Singh Sandhu[12] b. 1976 Shooting 2007 08 Mahendra Singh Dhoni[13] b. 1981 Cricket 2008 09 Mary Kom [14] b. 1983 Boxing Vijender Singh [14] b. 1985 Boxing Sushil Kumar [14] b. 1983 Wrestling 2009 10 Saina Nehwal[15] b. 1990 Badminton

2010 11 Gagan Narang[16] b. 1983 Shooting 2011 12 Vijay Kumar[17] b. 1985 Shooting Yogeshwar Dutt[17] b. 1982 Wrestling The award was not conferred upon any sportsperson or team in the year 1993 94.

2010 2011 2006 2004 2001 2002

11 12 07 05 02 03

Gagan Narang[16] b. 1983 Shooting Vijay Kumar[17] b. 1985 Shooting Manavjit Singh Sandhu[12] b. 1976 Shooting Lt. Col Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore[10] b. 1970 Shooting Abhinav Bindra[7] b. 1982 Shooting Anjali Ved Pathak Bhagwat[8] b. 1969 Shooting

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