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This is an incomplete list, which can or may never satisfy any subjective standard for completeness. Revisions and additions are welcome.

List of notable Muslims of independent India

ArtsEdit

SportsEdit

Coaching

PoliticsEdit

Presidents of IndiaEdit

Vice-Presidents of IndiaEdit

Governors of the statesEdit


MinistersEdit

Chief MinistersEdit

Members of ParliamentEdit

Other politiciansEdit

Judiciary & LawEdit

MilitaryEdit

Administration (Civil service)Edit

DiplomatsEdit

ScienceEdit

MedicineEdit

Unani MedicineEdit

AcademiaEdit

EconomistsEdit

Industry and businessEdit

Islamic scholars Edit

Award winnersEdit

Gallantry Awards Param Vir Chakra

Maha Vir Chakra

  • Mohammed Ismail: 1947-48 Operation
  • Lt.Col Salim Caleb: 1965 Indo Pak War
  • Mohammed Usman: Indo-Pakistan War

Shaurya Chakra

  • Rifleman Raiece Ahmad Ganaie, Jammy & Kashmir Light Infantry/50 Rashtriya Rifles
  • Havildar Mohammad Maroof: 23 Rajput Regiment,
  • Havildar Abrahim: Jammu And Kashmir Light Infantry/47 Rashtriya Rifles
  • Rifleman Riyaz Ahmad Bhat: Assam Regiment/35 Rashtriya Rifles

Civil awards Edit

    • 2001:
      • Maulana Abdul Karim Parekh [Social Work]: Nagpur
    • 1965:
      • Mohammad Mujeeb: Delhi
  • Padma Shri
    • 2009:
      • Shamsur Rahman Faruqi [Literature?]: Uttar Pradesh
    • 2007:
      • Mujtaba Hussain [Literature and Education]Andhra Pradesh
    • 2006:
    • 2004:
      • Prof. Asifa Zamani: Lucknow
      • Syed Shah Mohammed Hussaini: Gulberga, Karnataka
    • 2003:
      • Aamir Khan [Art(Cinema)]: Mumbai
      • Manzoor Ehtesham : Bhopal
      • Ustaad Shafaat Ahmed Khan: Delhi
    • 2002:
      • Abdul Lateef Khan: Bhopal
      • Fazal Mohammad : Agra
      • Muzaffer Hussain: Mumbai
      • Raj Begum: Jammu & Kashmir
    • 2001:
      • Jeelani Bano [Literature and Education]: Hyderabad
      • Lt. Gen.(Retd.) Mohammad Ahmad Zaki [Civil Service]: Hyderabad
      • Khalid A.H. Ansari [Literature and Education(Journalism)]: Mumbai
      • Dr. C.M. Habibullah [Medicine(Gastro-Entrology)]: Hyderabad
      • Amir Raza Hussain [Art(Cinema)]:
      • M. Tayab Khan [Art(Craftsmanship)]: Jodhpur
      • Prof. Mohammad Shafi [Science and Engineering(Geography)] : Aligarh
    • 2000:

Sahitya Akademi AwardEdit

1950s
1960s
  • 1961 Nauroz-i-Saba (Poetry) A. Rahman Rahi [Kashmiri]
  • 1961 Diwan-i-Ghalib (A critical edition of Ghalib's poetry) Imtiyaz Ali `Arshi' [Urdu]
  • 1962 Yadein (Poetry) Akhtar ul-Iman [Urdu]
  • 1963 Aandhi Mein Chiragh (Sketches) K.G. Saiyidain [Urdu]
  • 1967 Laveh Te Praveh (Poetry) Amin Kamil [Kashmiri]
  • 1967 Patjhar Ki Awaz (Short stories) Qurratulain Hyder [Urdu]
  • 1969 Ka `Shri Zab': Ny Hund Alleqavaad Phera (Linguistic study) Abdul Khaliq Tak Zainageri [Kashmiri]
  • 1969 Bisat-Raqs (Poetry) Makhdum Mohiuddin [Urdu]
1970s
  • 1970 Adhunikata O Rabindranath (Literary criticism) Abu Sayeed Ayyub [Bengali]
  • 1970 Lahoo Ke Phool (Novel) Hayatullah Ansari [Urdu]
  • 1970 Maqualaat (Essays) Mohiuddin Hajini [Kashmiri]
  • 1971 Ghalib ki Shakhsiyat aur Shairi (Literary criticism) Rasheed Ahmad Siddiqui [Urdu]
  • 1972 Suyya (Play) Ali Mohammad Lone [Kashmiri]
  • 1972 Aghari Atmar Kahini (Novel) Syed Abdul Malik [Assamese]
  • 1974 Nazar aur Nazariya (Literary criticism) Ale Ahmed Suroor [Urdu]
  • 1975 Gaashir Munaar (Essays) Ghulam Nabi Khayal [Kashmiri]
  • 1975 Awara Sajde (Poetry) Kaifi Azmi [Urdu]
  • 1976 Khak-e-Dil (Poetry) * Jan Nisar Akhtar [Urdu]
  • 1978 Hafiz aur Iqbal (Criticism) Yusuf Husain Khan [Urdu]
  • 1979 Nawa-e-Awara (Poetry) Gulam Rabbani Taban [Urdu]
  • 1979 Partavistan (Poetry) Marghoob Banihali [Kashmiri]
1980s
  • 1980 Iqbal Ki Terah Nazmen (Literary criticism) A.A. Ansari [Urdu]
  • 1984 Essay (Essays) Mohd. Zaman Azurdah [Kashmiri]
  • 1984 Iqbal Ki Nazari-o-Amali Sheriyat (Criticism) Masud Husain Khan [Urdu]
  • 1985 Lole Vetsar (Poetry) Mirza G.H. Beg Arif [Kashmiri]
  • 1986 Tanquidi Afkar (Literary criticism) Shamsur Rahman Faruqi [Urdu]
  • 1987 Khwab Ka Dar Band Hai (Poetry) A. M. K. Shahryar [Urdu]
  • 1987 Awaz-i-Dost (Poetry) Mir Ghulam Rasool Nazki [Kashmiri]
  • 1988 Pun-Te-Paap (Novel) Ghulam Nabi Gauhar [Kashmiri]
  • 1988 Aatish-e-Chinar (Autobiography) *Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah [Urdu]
1990s
  • 1990 Do Gaz Zameen (Novel) Abdus Samad [Urdu]
  • 1990 Kashur Sarmaya (Poetry) Fazil Kashmiri [Kashmiri]
  • 1991 Achhre Tsange (Poetry) Ghulam Nabi Tak Naazir [Kashmiri]
  • 1991 Identity Card (Novel) Salahuddin Pervez [Urdu]
  • 1992 Chautha Aasmaan (Poetry) Mohammed Alvi [Urdu]
  • 1992 Amaar (Poetry) Shafi Shaida [Kashmiri]
  • 1993 Kenh Natu Kenh (Essays) Syed Rasool Pompur [Kashmiri]
  • 1993 Daivathinte Kannu (Novel) N. P. Mohammed [Malayalam]
  • 1994 Pichhle Mausam Ka Phool (Poetry) Mazhar Imam [Urdu]
  • 1994 Kaeji Raath (Play) Sajood Sailani [Kashmiri]
  • 1994 Aleek Manush (Novel) Syed Mustafa Siraj [Bengali]
  • 1995 Naar Hatun Kazal Wanas (Poetry) M. Farooq Nazki [Kashmiri]
  • 1996 Fire Area (Novel) Ilyas Ahmad Gaddi [Urdu]
  • 1997 Nai Che Nallan (Poetry) Rafiq Raaz [Kashmiri]
  • 1997 Chaivu Narkali (Novel) Thoppil Mohamed Miran [Tamil]
  • 1998 Mahjoor Shinasi (Criticism) Mohammad Yousuf Taing [Kashmiri]
  • 1998 Khoya Hua Sa Kuch (Poetry) Nida Fazli [Urdu]
  • 1999 Aas (Poetry) Bashir Badr [Urdu]
  • 1999 Vahrat (Poetry) Rashid Nazki [Kashmiri]
  • 1999 Aalapanai (Poetry) S. Abdul Rahman [Tamil]
2000s
  • 2000 Sookhi Tahni Par Hariyal (Poetry) Mohd. Idrees Ambar Bahraichi [Urdu]
  • 2001 Gharano (Novel) Abdul Vaheed ‘Kamal’ [Rajasthani]
  • 2001 Taoos Chaman Ki Maina (Short stories) Naiyer Masud [Urdu]
  • 2001 Rikhah (Poetry) *Mohiud- Din- Gowhar [Kashmiri]
  • 2002 Pursaan (Criticism) Naji Munawar [Kashmiri]
  • 2003 Baad-E-Saba Ka Intizar (Short Stories) Syed Muhammad Ashraf [Urdu]
  • 2004 Sada Te Samandar (Poetry) Gh. Nabi Firaq [Kashmiri]
  • 2004 Shikasta Buton Ke Darmiyan (Short Stories) Salam Bin Razzak [Urdu]
  • 2005 Ret par khema (Memoirs) Jabir Hussain [Urdu]
  • 2005 Yath Miani Joye (Poetry) Hamidi Kashmiri [Kashmiri]
  • 2009 Thrikkottoor Novellakal (Novel) U. A. Khader [Malayalam]

ReferencesEdit


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