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Punjab Rattan Award

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The Punjab Rattan Award, is an award given by the Government of Punjab for exceptional excellence and achievement in the service of Punjab or international level in the field of art, literature, culture, science, technology, politics and achievements at the international level The award consists of the Punjab Rattan Award itself, Punjabi silver plaque and a Punjab Rattan Award citation The prestigious award, in Punjab, is considered to be as prized and valued as the much sought-after Maharaja Ranjit Singh Award


  • Smt Amrita Pritam
  • Dr KN Pathak, Vice-Chancellor, Panjab University
  • Khushwant Singh, Writer
  • Yash Chopra, Film Director
  • S K Sama, Endocrinologist and Padma Shri awardee
  • Ranbir Chander Sobti, Cell biologist and Padma Shri awardee
  • Hira Lall Sibal, Jurist and Padma Bhushan recipient


  1. ^ "Area of Expertise" Medical Second Opinion 2015 Retrieved November 14, 2015 
  2. ^ "Sobti on Zaheer Science Foundation" Zaheer Science Foundation 2016 Retrieved February 18, 2016 

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