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Amazing Indians Awards 2016: The Complete Winners List (PDF Version)

Published on Saturday, January 16, 2016
Amazing Indians Awards
Dear Readers,
The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi felicitates the unrecognized heroes at Amazing Indians Awards 2016 on the eve of 14th January’2016. The awards were given in recognition of great achievements in the face of adversity. The winners list is given below:

Amazing Indians Awards 2016: The Complete Winners List

Winner’s Name
Achievements/ Innovations
Grassroots Solders
Late Kallen Pokkudan
Known as the “Mangrove Man of India”, preserving the wetlands and the eco system was what he lived for!
Educators of India
Ruma Roka
A teacher, a mentor and an interpreter, she is breaking the language barrier and providing that the hearing-impaired can also learn and
Grassroots Solders
Popatrao Pawar
An extraordinary sarpanch, he has brought along winds of change in his village Hiware Bazar in Maharashtra.
Global Indians
Yashraj Khaitan
An alumni of the University of Berkeley, he came back to India
Unstoppable Indians
S Ramakrishnan
Left paralyzed after a near fatal accident, he has transformed the lives of lakhs of people with physical and mental impairment through
his organization – “Amar Seva Sangam”.
Incredible Innovators
Chintakindi Mallesham
This class 6 dropout devised the electronic Laxmi Asu Machine, which has put an end to the agony of weavers.
Ordinary Indians, Extraordinary Achievements
Murugan S
An auto-rickshaw driver, he has rescued and rehabilitated thousands of street children in Kochi.
Stree Shakti
Sunita Aralikar
Shunned by her own blood and left to die, today she champions the cause of women empowerment and girl child adoption.
Young Indians, Big Achievements
Malavath Poorna
At just 13 years, she brought immense pride of the Nation as she became the youngest female climber in the World to scale Mount
Young Indians, Big Achievements
Damini Sen
Born without arms in a humble family in Raipur, this class 12 student holds a World record for the largest number of drawing made by
toes in an hour.
Indian at Heart
Tim Grandage
He quit his job a banker to dedicate himself to finding shelter for the hundred of homeless children in Kolkata.
Energising India
Mathews K Mathew
A rubber planter by profession, he has devised a solar mosquito tapper-cum-destroyer to kill mosquitoes.

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