Tanishkaa Patranabish Medal for Excellence
|Tanishkaa Patranabish Medal for Excellence|
तनिष्का पत्रनाबिश उत्कृष्टता पदक
Tanishkaa Patranabish Utkrishthata Padak
|Awarded by the|
Tanishkaa Patranabish, Rajpramukh of Beltola
|Established||7 March 2022|
|Awarded for||highest and most recognizable services of merit and dedication towards Vishwamitra, the people and towards the society|
|Sovereign||H.Ill.R.M. The Rashtradhyaksh|
|Co-Sovereign||H.M. Rajpramukh of Beltola|
|First induction||8 March 2023|
|Next (higher)||Distinguished and Long Service Medal|
|Next (lower)||National Service Medal|
Ribbon bar of the medal
The Tanishkaa Patranabish Medal for Excellence (Hindi: तनिष्का पत्रनाबिश उत्कृष्टता पदक) is an all-female state decoration conferred jointly by the Rashtradhyaksh and Her Majesty Tanishkaa Patranabish, Rajpramukh of Beltola. It was constituted on 7 March 2022, on the eve of the International Women's Day. The medal is exclusively reserved for women to recognize their highest and most recognizable services of merit and dedication towards Vishwamitra, the people and towards the society and has been named on Tanishkaa Patranabish.
The medal is conferred only once a year, on 8 March every year on the occasion of International Women's Day and is restricted to only twelve inductions per year.
The Tanishkaa Patranabish Medal for Excellence, much inspired by the Nari Shakti Puraskar conferred by the Government of India, was established by Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy on 7 March 2022 to recognize the highest and most recognizable services of merit and dedication rendered by women towards Vishwamitra, the people and towards the society. The medal is named after Tanishkaa Patranabish, the longtime leader of the nation and the Rajpramukh of Beltola and a former Rashtradhyaksh.
Grades, precedence and insignia
Grades and precedence
The Tanishkaa Patranabish Medal for Excellence is conferred in a single grade of Recipient. The recipients of the medal do not bear any post-nominal letters as in case of other orders and medals. The medal ranks below all state orders and the Distinguished and Long Service Medal but ranks above the National Service Medal and other medals.
All recipients bear the post-nominal letters of "T.P.U.P". It does not carry any title.
The insignia of the Tanishkaa Patranabish Medal for Excellence consist of a medallion hung on a ribbon in the form of a bow to be worn by the recipients on their left shoulder. The ribbon is blue in colour with two horizontal wider stripes resembling the colours of the armorial of Tanishkaa Patranabish. The medallion in gold is surrounded by acorn leaves with the royal cypher of Tanishkaa Patranabish in center with the date of foundation of the medal as per Gregorian calendar (2022) in left and Saka calendar (1943) in right.
|Insignia of the medal||Ribbon bar|
- 2022: Princess Sarala, Crown Princess of Purvanchal
- 2022: Anoushkaa Patranabish, Rajpramukh of Basistha (then Princess)
- 2022: Princess Arnisha, Senior Princess of Kamrupa
- 2022: Princess Krishna, Princess Mother of Purvanchal
- 2022: Princess Lipi, Princess Mother of Beltola
- 2022: Princess Benedikte of Queensland (then Queen)
2022: Maria I, Queen of Sildavia(returned 9 October 2022)
- 2022: Cloe, Sovereign Princess of Sancratosia
2022: Archduchess Denise of Karnia-Ruthenia(returned 7 October 2022)
- 2022: Margaret, Emperor Mother of Austenasia
- 2023: Asmi, Senior Princess of Beltola
- 2023: Princess Bishakha of Purvanchal
- 2023: Queen Carolyn I of Ladonia
- 2023: Queen Cedar of Sonderan
- 2023: Queen Marina I of Manso
- 2023: Mary Rita Pillin, Queen Consort of Pibocip
- 2023: Delphine, Grand Duchess Consort of Flandrensis
- 2023: Princess Katelynn, Duchess of Concord
- 2023: Lady Anni Crowhurst, Imperial Chancellor of Lehmark
- 2023: Lady Ella Parker, former Prime Minister of Baustralia
- 2023: Jordan Silva, Countess of Pickleton