Padma Awards 2023 for Spiritualism: Announcing the winners of the Padma Awards, the list has been released by the Central Government. This award is given to people associated with various fields for their significant contribution. There are three parts of Padma Award which are Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan and Padma Shri. In spiritualism, Kamlesh D Patel and Chinna Jiyar Swami will be awarded Padma Bhushan while Acharya Dr. Sukama will be honored with Padma Shri. Know about his contribution in religion and spirituality.
Chinnajiyar Swami (Padma Bhushan)
Chinna Jeeyar Swamy will be honored with the Padma Bhushan. Chinna Jiyar Swami is an Indian religious teacher and ascetic yogi. He is known for his spiritual discourses on Sri Vaishnavism. Swami Chinna Jiyar has worked in the field of spirituality and social service in India and abroad. For his great and important works, in 2023, he has been awarded the Padma Bhushan in Spirituality by the Government of India.
Kamlesh D Patel (Padma Bhushan)
Kamlesh D Patel is also known as Daaji. Kamlesh D Patel believes in introducing the youth to self-management, practical means and universal values. At a young age, he got interested in spirituality and meditation. During his studies, he adopted the Heartfulness meditation method. Daaji considers himself a student of spirituality and spends most of his time doing research in the field related to spirituality and consciousness. They say- ‘You yourself are the experimenter, you are the test and its result too!’ Daaji i.e. Kamlesh D Patel will also be honored with Padbhushan.
Dr. Sukama (Padma Shri)
Acharya of Rohtak Gurukul Dr. Sukama (Dr. Sukama) has been announced to be honored with Padma Shri by the Government of India. Dr. Sukama is working towards giving education and culture to the young generation. He believes that in today’s time, it is very important for the youth to have spirituality and values along with education. In the year 2018, Dr. Sukama started Kanya Gurukul in Rohtak’s Rukdi and is giving free education and education to girls.
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