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Bharat Award , Indian National Bravery Award
Bharat Award winners are some of the bravest citizens, India has ever produced.
 
 The Bharat Award is one of the five civilian awards presented in India, under the National Bravery Awards category. The first Prime Minister of India, Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru came up with the idea of presenting National Bravery Awards to the brave children of India, in the year 1957. The Bharat Award is considered to be one of the most prestigious among all the five National Bravery Awards and it was first introduced in the year 1987. The award is given to the Indian children under the age of 16 years, for showing meritorious acts of bravery against all odds. The award is also given to the children, who have shown outstanding deeds of bravery and selfless sacrifice. Since 1987, several brave children have won the Bharat Award and the Bharat Awardees are always appreciated as the most courageous citizens of India.

A partial list of the Bharat Awardees is given below:
Year Name Notes Age Indian state of origin
2000 Sunil Singh Confronted armed militants who had attacked their village. 12 years Jammu & Kashmir
2000 Mukesh Kumar Confronted armed militants who had attacked their village. 13 years Jammu & Kashmir
2001 Surjeet Singh Fought a night-long battle with a group of 40 militants who had surrounded their village. 18 years Jammu & Kashmir
2001 Amrik Singh Fought a night-long battle with a group of 40 militants who had surrounded their village. 20 years Jammu & Kashmir
2002 Chinmay Sharma Foiled a robbery on a Mumbai train. 7 years Maharashtra
2002 Charu Sharma Sustained knife injuries, while trying to foil a robbery on a Mumbai train. 11 years Maharashtra
2002 Shambhavi Ray Fought two men on a motorcycle, and foiled their attempt to rob her mothers purse. 13 years Uttar Pradesh
2003 C. Vanlalhruaia (posthumously) Lost his life fighting the dacoits. 17 years Mizoram
2005 Ratul Chandra Rabha For chasing the militants who killed their school teacher, subsequently one of the militants was caught. 17 years Assam
2005 Rituparna Boro For chasing the militants who killed their school teacher, subsequently one of the militants was caught. 15 years Assam
2007 Babita For saving several school mates from drowning, when their school bus fell into the Western Yamuna canal. 17 years Haryana
2007 Amarjeet For saving several school mates from drowning, when their school bus fell into the Western Yamuna canal. 151/2years Haryana
2008 - - - -
2009 Gaurav Singh Saini Saved 50-60 people in the 2008 stampede at the Naina Devi temple 13 years Haryana


(Last Updated on : 10/01/2011)
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