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Shri Uday Vishwanath Deshpande

ADDRESS:                B-13, Shanti, Mogal Lane, Mahim, Mumbai - 400 016.
PHONE NO.:              022 - 2430 85 74 / 022 - 2445 78 70. Mobile: - 098691 – 19916.
E Mail:                        udaydeshpande@hotmail.com
WEBSITE:                 www.deshpandeuday.com
DATE OF BIRTH:    20th July 1953.
EDUCATION:           B.Sc.,  University of Mumbai in 1973, with Chemistry & Botany.
OCCUPATION:       Service - Central Government.
                                    Assistant Commissioner of Customs & Central Excise.

            INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS



Coaching to FoReigners

 

Imparted personal training in Mallakhamb to many Foreign Nationals in India, Hailing from different countries as follows:     

1.     
Gabor Czanto
USA
8/1988 to 08/1991
2.
Shandor Remete
Australia
02/1995
3.
Simon Marrocco
Australia
02/1995
4.
Gigdem Tarkoglu
Turkey
08/2000
5.
Tobias Konishi
Denmark
08/2001
6.
Ricardo Magnalino
Mexico
09/2001
7.
Diana Montero Ayala
Mexico
10/2001
8.
Chantal Benjamin
Brazil
11/2001
9.
Fiona Mary Haviland
England
11/2001
10.
Noemi Rouge
France
12/2001
11.
Lara Bouman
England
12/2001
12.
Lucky Star
Korea
12/2002
13.
Jutta Schnieder
Germany
12/2002
14.
Toshihara Oiekawa
Japan
02/2003
15.
Elisa Bindle Jones
England
05/2003
16.
Satya Cotton Laphem
England
05/2003
17.
Kim Un Ji
Korea
05/2003
18.
Victor Duani
Israel
07/2003
19.
Arther Verissimo
Brazil
09/2003
20.
Andre Meyer
Brazil
09/2003
21.
Kathrin Bacher
Italy
03/2004
22.
Martin De’borah
France
05/2004
23.
Kim Hyo Jin
Korea
07/2004
24.
Natalia
Ukraine
12/2004
25.
Tatyana          
Ukraine
12/2004
26.
Valentina
Ukraine
12/2004
27.
Marita Dortins
Australia
01/2005
28.
Kathy Ong
Singapore
06/2005
29.
David Denis Roy
France
07/2005
30.
Fauze Jalali
Iran
07/2005
31.
Singapore Yoga  Teachers
Singapore
12/2005
32.
Allesandra Ogren
USA
03/2006
33.
Cohdi Harell
USA
03/2006
34.
Consvelo Marie Guambania
USA
03/2006


35.
Yaron Heller
Israel
03/2006
36.
Pavel Kalina
Czech Republic
03/2006
37.
Murina Chong
Singapore
08/2006
38.
Marco Bizozero
Italy
01/2007
39.
Jiri Kalina
Czech Republic
01/2007
40.
Dany Michard
France
02/2007
41.
Laura Strokes
USA
03/2007
42.
Julia Hart
England
10/2007
43.
Carolina Medeiros
Brazil
11/2007
44.
Fred Ashcraft
USA
11/2007
45.
Nikoleta Giakoumelou
Greece
11/2007
46.
Amber Moelter
USA
11/2007


47.
Maria Theodoropoulou
Greece
11/2007
48.
Giorgos Garozis
Greece
11/2007
49.
Sarah Brown
UK
12/2007
50.
Punitama Shinohara
Japan
12/2007
51.
Patrice Caron
Belgium
12/2007
52.
Singapore Yoga Teachers
Singapore
12/2007
53.
Tereza Charousova
Czech Republic
12/2007
54.
Sara Holmes
New Mexico
2/2008
55.
Christene Tovar
USA
6/2008
56.
Edward Congerton
England
6/2008
57.
Terry Beeman
USA
11/2008
58.
Jessica Samuels
England
1/2009
59.
Charlie Anna Serena Bindra
England
1/2009
60.
Allie Cooper
USA
12/09
61.
Emily Knoblauch
USA
12/09
62.
Anna Bindra
UK
1/2010
63.
Ruth Anzenberger
Germany
12/2009-1/2010
64.
Wanda Weiß
Germany
12/2009-1/2010
65.
Moritz Schüller
Germany
12/2009-1/2010
66.
Johanna Karczmarek
Germany
12/2009-1/2010
67.
Isabelle Kreusch
Germany
12/2009-1/2010
68.
Beatrix Hebler
Germany
12/2009-1/2010
69.
Johannah Mayinger
Germany
12/2009-1/2010
70.
Gertrud Anzenberger
Germany
12/2009-1/2010
71.
Gabi Kreusch
Germany
12/2009-1/2010
72.
Jutta Schneider
Germany
12/2009-1/2010
73.
Dindayal
Ireland
3/2010
74.
Haridas Ahatefu
California
3/2010

 


COACHING ABROAD

Imparted personal training in Mallakhamb at the following places outside India:

1.           Sportive Center, Paris, France. (May 1998)
2. Rivers school, Berkshire, London, England. (November 1998)
3. H.S.S. Huston, U. S. A. (July 1999)
4. Reunion Island, France. (April 2002)
5.     Millennium School, Dubai. (February 2003)
6. Yoga Center, Kaulalampur, Malaysia. (March 2004)
7. Yoga Forum, Munich, Germany. (August –September 2004)
8. Polideportivo, Madrid, Spain. (October 2004)
9. Yoga Forum, Munich, Germany. (August –September 2005)
10.         Vivekanand Yoga Centre, Singapore. (March 2006)
11.         Yoga Forum, Munich, Germany. (August – September 2006)
12.         Vivekanand Yoga Centre, Singapore. (November 2006)
13.         Coaching Camps in New Mexico, San Jose and USA. (June – July 2007)
14.          Yoga Forum, Munich, Germany. (August –September 2007)
15.         Sokol Plazen, Czech Republic. (September 2007)
16.         Yoga Forum, Munich, Germany. (August –September 2008)
17.         Yoga Forum, Munich, Germany. (August –September 2009)









Highlights of Coaching

·      The age group of students which took part in these various camps ranged from about 8 yrs to 80 years.
·      Children, Parents, Yoga enthusiasts, Yoga teachers and circus acrobats participated in these camps.
·       The goal of organising the camp has been to introduce a new sport, to improve physical fitness, to learn new skills and techniques.
·      Permanent Mallakhamb training has started in Munich, Germany, New Mexico, USA and Singapore.
·      Some of the coaches and students are constantly in touch on e mails informing about the progress in performance, taking tips, so e-coaching has also started.
·      Some of them have come to India to take advanced training.

DEMONSTRATIONS ABROAD
  
Lead Mallakhamb teams abroad for the promotion of Mallakhamb since 1997:

1.
Japan
1997
2.
France
1998
3.
United Kingdom
1998
4.
USA
1999
5.
Re Union Island
2002
6.
Dubai
2003
7.
Mauritius
2003
8.
Malaysia
2004
9.
Spain
2004
10.
Germany
2004
11.
Germany
2005
12.
Germany
2006
13.
Singapore
2006
14.
Germany
2006
15.
USA
2007
16.
Germany
2007
17.
Czech Republic
2007
18.
Germany
2008
19.
Germany
2009
20.
Italy
2010

Several demonstrations have been performed for the propagation of Mallakhamb. Most of these demonstrations have been accompanied by workshops and training sessions. These demonstrations have been performed in Schools, Sport Organizations and Prestigious Institutions. To name a few,

  • Demonstration in United Kingdom (1st  to 11th  November 1998): Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh , Rugby., Nehru Centre , London., Feltham Asian Women's Group, Feltham., Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan , London., Ryver's School , Slough, Berkshire., St. James Independant School , Twickenham., Federation of Patidar Association , Wembley., Swaminarayan Temple, Neasden., Heathland School,Honslow., Arya Samaj , West  Ealing, Blair Peach Pr. School , South Hall., Hendon School , Hendon., Swami Narayan  School , Neasden.

·      Demonstration in USA (3rd to 5th July 99): 9th biannual Convention Brihan Maharashtra Mandal at silicon Valley, San Jose, California., Montessori School of Fremont, San Jose.

·      Demonstration in Dubai (15th Jan. to 15th Feb. 2003): Dubai Shopping Festival at the Indian Pavilion.

  • Demonstration in Czech Republic (9th September 2007): TJ SOKOL PLZEN 1" sport organization, Plzeň.

·      Demonstration in Italy (26th to 28th March 2010): Festival MITICA INDIA that contained 9th International Congress of Yoga and Ayurveda at CARRARAFIERE.

 

 

 

 

NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS:

PLAYER:

·   Participated as a player in District, State & Nationals and won several laurels in Yoga, Mallakhamb, Gymnastics, Kho-Kho, Basketball, Volleyball, Wrestling etc. from 1969 to 1975.
COACH:
·        Completed N.I.S. Certificate Course from South Center, Bangalore, in 1976 in GYMNASTICS.
·         So far produced fourteen “Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Award” winners in Mallakhamb since 1979.
·        Trained more than 100 National Champions in Gymnastics & Mallakhamb.
·        Conducted Coaching Camps all over India in 19 different states, in order to propagate & popularize the sport of Mallakhamb.
·        Trained a number of visually challenged students girls from Kamala Mehta Dadar School for the Blind, since 1992, who have excelled themselves, in the sport of Rope Mallakhamb, to the extent that they were selected to perform in front of the Honorable President of India, Shree A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, on 06.07.2003. Also trained blind boys from Victoria Memorial School for the Blinds, at Tardeo and Happy Home School for the Blind, at Worli, in Pole Mallakhamb & Rope Mallakhamb.                                
·        Along with visually challenged students, also trained Adivasis, Vanvasis from the tribal areas, deaf & dumb, mentally challenged & physically handicapped special children in number of coaching camps, all over the country.                               
·        Been appointed as Mallakhamb Coach by CISF to train their Jawans in Mallakhamb & to give a Mallakhamb demonstration in front of the Honorable Dy. Prime Minister, Shree Lalkrishna Advani at their Rising Day Parade in 1999, at Gaziabad, U.P.
·        Worked as Coach of University of Mumbai, in every All India Inter University Mallakhamb Championships conducted by different universities, since 1982 till today.
·        In the first National Women’s Mallakhamb Championships, held at Baroda, in 1985, was the Coach of the three Women’s teams, from Maharashtra, Karnataka and Gujarat, which secured the first three places in the competition.
·        Conducted a Yoga Training Camp for the employees of Rajbhavan from May 06 to July 06
·        Gave personal training to his Highness Shree S.M. Kishna, Governer of Maharashtra and his wife Mrs. Prema Krishna in 2006.

Names of the outstanding players, coached:

i)“Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Award” Winners in Mallakhamb & Gymnastics:

1.
Dattaram Dudam
1979 - 80
Mallakhamb
2.
Mangesh Ingale
1985 – 86
Gymnastics
3.
Varsha Marathe
1989 - 90
Gymnastics
4.
Shantaram Joshi
1990 – 91
Mallakhamb
5.
Nanda Shinde
1991- 92
Mallakhamb
6.
Phulva Barve
1992-93
Gymnastics
7.
Rajesh Narkhede
1992-93
Mallakhamb
8.
Chitra Khawale
1994 - 95
Mallakhamb
9.
Mamta Oak
1999 - 2000
Mallakhamb
10.
Kunal Chokshi
2000 - 01
Mallakhamb
11.
Rashmi Ganpule
2000 - 01
Mallakhamb
12.
Aditi Deshpande
2003 - 04
Mallakhamb
13.
Poonam Deshmukh
2004 - 05
Mallakhamb
14.
Apurva Surve
2007 - 08
Mallakhamb




ii) Produced number of National achievers in Mallakhamb, Yoga and Gymnastics.

BOYS

  1.
Dattaram Dudam
2.
Girish Kulkarni
3.
Mangesh Ingale
4.
Vilas Kane
5.
Deepak Surve
6.
Mohan   Phadke
7.
Vijay Goyal
8.
Purrushottam Kanchan
9.
Shreyas Mhaskar
10
Udayan Mhaskar
11.
Nishikant Jadhav
12.
Bhushan Shanbhag
13.
Atmaram Kulkarni
14.
Mahesh Kavitkar
15.
Pankaj Jadhav
16.
Shataram Bane
17.
Rahul Pathare
18.
Shantaram Joshi      
19.
Harshad Bhome
20.
Sujeet Bhave
21.
Sameer Nagvekar
22.
Sushil Satwik             
23.
Anand Gadre
24.
Prakash Kadu
25.
Manish Upadhye
26.
Kunal Chokshi          
27.
Vinayak Todankar
28.
Rajesh Pawar
29.
Ajit Shinde
30.
Rajesh Narkhede     
31.
Mahesh Atale
32.
Omkar Deshpande
33.
Shrinivas Chamankar
34.
Dhanesh Hedvikar   
35.
Aditya Sahastrabudhe
36.
Dhiraj Jadhav
37.
Aditya Deshpande
38.
Sankalp Choudhary  
39.
Nakul Choksi
40.
Haribaba Kahar
41.
Hitesh Sangale
42.
Mehank Palkar
43.
Swapnil Khese
44.
Aditya Mhaskar
45.
Snehank Palkar
46.
Abhishek Shintre
47.
Shreekant Madhavi


GIRLS
1.
Neeta Phansikar
2.
Asawari Joshi
3.
Jai Nerlekar
4.
Dhangauri Shere
5.
Shubhada Atre
6.
Sanjeevani Gokhale    
7.
Shashikala Nawale            
8.
Vidya Sabarad
9.
Geeta Sabarad
10.
Monisha Sathe
11.
Manisha Shanbhag
12.
Sangita Mhaskar
13.
Swati Agharkar
14.
Anjali Shinde
15
Sheetal Desai
16.
Lebana Penkar
17.
Gayatri Athalye
18.
Manaswini Shanbhag
19.
Deepali Athalye
20.
Vrushali Kulkarni
21.
Anagha Jambotkar
22.
Varsha Marathe
23.
Phulva Barve
24.
Abha Thipse
25.
Kalpana Cholkar
26.
Kaushika Shanbhag
27.
Kalyani Nigudkar             
28.
Charuta Athalye
29.
Nanda Shinde
30.
Rupali Joshi
31.
Madhuri Deshpande       
32.
Chitra Khawale
33.
Shalaka Deshmukh
34.
Mamta Oak
35.
Sheetal Mainkar
36.
Rashmi Ganpule
37.
Asawari Gurav
38.
Aditi Shete
39.
Reshma Dharmadhikari          
40.
Aditi Deshpande
41.
. Deepashri Todankar
42.
Seema Kelkar
43.
Poonam Deshmukh
44.
Bhagyashri Sawant
45.
Nikita Vedak
46.
Apurva Surve
47.
Asmita Nayak
48.
Neha Bandivadekar
49.
Neha Kushe           
50.
Yogita Madkaikar
51.
Prachi Phansikar
52.
Madhura Phansikar





Conducted Coaching Camps all over India in order to propagate & popularize Mallakhamb. To name some,

1.
Trivandrum (Kerala)
2.
Sandoor (Karnataka)
3.
Guwahati (Assam)
4.
Tinsukhia (Arunachal)
5.
New Delhi (Delhi)
6.
Udaipur (Rajasthan)
7.
Bharatpur (Rajasthan)
8.
Kanyakumari (Tamilnadu)
9.
Ahmedabad (Gujarat)
10.
Baroda (Gujarat)
11.
Jamshetpur (Bihar)
12.
Bhagalpur (Bihar)
13.
Khachrod (MP)
14.
Ujjain (MP)
15.
Kurukshetra (Haryana)
16.
Anantnag  (Jammu& Kashmir)
17.
Imphal (Manipur)
18.
Jaggannathpuri (Orissa)
19.
Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh)
20.
Zargram (West Bengal)
21.
Amritsar (Punjab)
22.
Hyderabad (AP)
23.
Vijaywada (AP)
24.
Silvasa & Khanvel (Dadara – Nagar Haveli)
25.
Banglore (Karnataka) 
26.
Bhavnagar (Gujrat)
27.
Junagad (Gujrat)






iii) Conducted more than 70 successful camps at Shree Samartha Vyayam Mandir, Shivaji Park, Dadar, Mumbai since last 35 years and rendered systematic and scientific training to about 40,000 children. The details are as follows:

Sr
Year
Vasantik Kreeda Shibir
Mansoon Mallakhamb Shibir
Deepavali Gymnastics Shibir
Total Trained Campers
(April)
( June)
(October)
1
1975-76
65
-
65
130
2
1976-77
55
-
56
111
3
1977-78
87
-
-
87
4
1978-79
86
-
-
86
5
1979-80
102
-
-
102
6
1980-81
125
-
-
125
7
1981-82
140
-
-
140
8
1982-83
195
-
-
195
9
1983-84
150
89
-
239
10
1984-85
358
86
-
444
11
1985-86
522
169
185
876
12
1986-87
768
224
139
1131
13
1987-88
1552
260
409
2221
14
1988-89
1731
266
487
2484
15
1989-90
1819
280
302
2401
16
1990-91
2041
263
262
2566
17
1991-92
1534
144
317
1995
18
1992-93
-
-
-
-
19
1993-94
-
-
62
62
20
1994-95
997
104
223
1324
21
1995-96
1287
162
229
1678
22
1996-97
1282
168
188
1638
23
1997-98
2074
148
340
2562
24
1998-99
2079
198
127
2404
25
1999-00
2394
114
148
2656
26
2000-01
1350
225
164
1739
27
2001-02
1899
163
316
2378
28
2002-03
1951
168
213
2332
29
2003-04
1108
179
135
1422
30
2004-05
1316
243
126
1685
31
2005-06
1282
214
159
1655
32
2006-07
1268
214
132
1614
33

2007-08
1267
244
-
1511
34
2008-09
1175
180
-
1355
 35
2009-10 
1359
246
-
1605
36
2010-11
1474
-
-



36892
4751
4784
46427
No. Of Camps: 81. Total Trained campers 44953








professional abilitIES

·           Qualified Referee in Gymnastics & Mallakhamb.
·           Worked as Judge in almost all the National Gymnastics Championships    since 1979 to 1990 and for the 3rd National Games in Pune, Maharashtra & 4th National Games in Mysore, Karnataka.                                                                                                                
·            Worked as Superior Judge in almost all the Mallakhamb Nationals held in different States, since 1976.
·           Worked as Chief Conductor and Chief Judge in every All India Inter University Mallakhamb Championships conducted by different universities, since 1982 till today.
·           Worked as Competition Director of Mallakhamb at the III National Games held in Pune, in 1994.
·           Conducted All India Mallakhamb Judging Examination, since 1991, till today, including conducting of lectures for the candidates, setting question papers, conducting viva, assessing answer papers and conducting practical tests.
·           Holding the post of Hon. Secretary of the Mallakhamb Federation of India since 1989, till today.         
·           Framed the syllabus & conducted the 1st NIS course for Mallakhamb at Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports City, Balewadi, Pune, between 18th May to 28th June 1994.
·           As a General Secretary of Mallakhamb Federation of India (MFI), since 1989, visited almost all the States, contacted interested people, brought them together and formed the State Associations, got it registered and had it affiliated to MFI. As a result now there are 29 State Associations in the country and they are affiliated to the Federation.
·           Got Rope & Pole Mallakhamb included at the N.C.C. Republic Day Parade at New Delhi, since 1977 and worked as in charge of Mallakhamb group for the first few years of its inclusion.
·           Organized over 1000 demonstration in Mumbai, in & outside Maharashtra in order to popularize & propagate Mallakhamb.
·           Organized 5 National Mallakhamb championships & 2 State Mallakhamb Championships in Mumbai.
·           Got Mallakhamb included as a demonstrative sport, in the 3rd National Games at Pune, in 1994.
·           Done the Govt. of India, Ministry of Sports and Ministry of Railways recognize Mallakhamb, since 1996.
·           Got Mallakhamb, recognized by the Indian Olympic Association, since 1998.
·           Inducted Mallakhamb Competitions in the All India Mumbai Mayor’s Cup Sports festival, since 1988 and successfully conducted 15 Mumbai Mayor’s Cup All India Invitational Mallakhamb Championships, in Mumbai.
·           Got the Mumbai University Mallakhamb and Gymnastics teams entered in the All India Inter University Gymnastics & Mallakhamb Championships, since 1982.
·           Got the Rope Mallakhamb women’s competition included in the National Mallakhamb championships, since 1985 and was the Coach of the first three Women’s teams, from Maharashtra, Karnataka and Gujarat, in the first National Women’s Mallakhamb Championships, held at Baroda, in 1985.
·           Got the Rope Mallakhamb Women’s Competition included in the Inter University competitions, since 2004.
·           Landmark Graduate Course in
           The Landmark Forum in September 2001.
           The Landmark Advance Course in October 2001.
           Forum in Action in December 2002.
           SELP in January 2002.

                                     


 ORGANISATIONAL AND PROMOTIONAL WORK

·           In association with the District Association, started over 50 centers in the city of Mumbai.
·           As Hon. Secretary Maharashtra Amateur Mallakhamb Association, increased the number of affiliated districts, from 4 to 33 in a span of 12 years, by visiting each & every district, giving demonstrations, conducting coaching camps, providing guidance to form District Associations, from amongst the locals and getting it affiliated to the State Association.
·           Got Mallakhamb included in the State level School Games, since 1990, which is organised by the Department of Sports, Govt. of Maharashtra.
·           Got Mallakhamb included as an integral part of ‘Kala Ghoda Festival” organized by Maharashtra Tourism development Corporation (MTDC) every year, since 1997.
·           Got Mallakhamb included in the 1st & 6th Ashwamedh – Maharashtra University Sports Meet in 1994 & 2002.

MANAGEMENT ABILITIES 

·           Appointed as Hon. Secretary of the International Mallakhamb Federation at the 2nd World Cup Mallakhamb Championships held in Brazil in 2002.
·           Working as Honorary General Secretary of the Mallakhamb Federation of India since 1989 till date.
·           Worked as Hon. Secretary of the Maharashtra Amateur Mallakhamb Association, since 1987 to 2000 and now working as Chief Organiser, from the year 2000.
·           Working as Hon. Secretary of Shree Samartha Vyayam Mandir, Dadar, since 1984.
·           Working as a Trustee of Brihan Mumbai Kreeda ani Lalitkala Pratishthan, an autonomous multi purpose sports Organization, having 2 Sports Complexes at Andheri & Mulund, since its inception in 1988 and as Managing Trustee since 1997.
·           Appointed as Special Executive Magistrate, by Govt. of Maharashtra from 1998 to 2002.
·           Appointed as a facilitator on the Mohalla Committee, since 1997.
·           Appointed as Member on Board of Sports, SNDT Women’s University, and University of Mumbai.
·           Appointed as Co- ordinator of Walker’s Ecological Movement since 1978.
·           Appointed as Member of the Mumbai Mayor’s Cup All India Competition
Co-ordination Committee, since 1989.
·           Initially set up The Mahamumbai Vibhag Mallakhamb Sanghatana and later the Mumbai City District Mallakhamb Association and was elected as the First Chairman of the same, since 1998.
                                      

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS AND AWARDS  CONFFERED :

1.       SHREE SHIV CHHATRAPATI AWARD” 1982-83 as Sports Worker, in Mallakhamb, Conferred by the Government of Maharashtra, in May 1984.

2. “SAMAJSHILPI AWARD” given by Nanasaheb Dandekar Trust, Mumbai, in November 1997.

3.  “BALAMBHATTADADA DEODHAR AWARD” by Maharashtra Amateur Mallakhamb Association, Pune, in November 1998.



4. “BEST TEACHERS AWARD” by Lions Club, Mira Road, in September 1999.

5.  “MILIND KAMBLE SPORTS AWARD” by Milind Kamble Smruti Pratishthan, Ahmednagar, in May 2001.

6.  “UDAY LAD SPORTS EXCELLENCE AWARD” by U.R.L. Foundation, Mumbai, in May 2001.

7.       “MALLAKHAMB KREEDA PURASKAR” by Manohar Vichare Pratishthan, Mumbai, in July 2001.

8. “Manthan Puraskar” by the Manthan Foundation, Pune, in November 2002.

9. “VISHWAKALYAN MAHAPRAKALPA PURASKAR” for selflessly serving the society, by Manashakti Prayogkendra, Lonavala, in December 2002.

10. “Goregaon Sports Club Award for contribution in the field of Mallakhamb, in June 2003.

11. First “VISHNUANNA PATIL STATE LEVEL AWARD” 2003-04 by Digvijay Vyayam Sanastha, Sangli, as Best Mallakhamb Coach, in October 2003.

12. “LOKHITWADI DESHMUKH PURASKAR” awarded by Marathi Vrittapatra Lekhak Sangh, for Newspaper writing skills, in June 2004.

13. “Proff. Manikrao Excellence Award” as Best Coach, by Shree Samartha Vyayam Mandir, Dadar, in July 2004.

14. “District Sports Award” 2003 as Best Mallakhamb coach, given by Mumbai City District Sports Office of Directorate of Sports & Youth Services, Maharashtra state, in July 2004.

15.    “Vocational Excellence Award 2004-2005” by Rotary Club of Deonar R.I. District 3140, Deonar, Mumbai in October 2004.

16.    “State level Raktakarna Award” by Raktanand Group, Maharashtra, for donating blood for more than 50 times, in December 2004.

17.    “Madhavrao Maharaj Scindia Award” 2004 by Shantai Education Society, for contribution in the field of Sports, in January 2005.

18.    “Dadoji Kondadev Puraskar” 2003-04 as Best Coach, in Mallakhamb, conferred by the Government of Maharashtra, in February 2005.

19.    “Samaj shakti puraskar” 2006 for the contribution in the field of Sports by  Hariharputra Bhajan Samaj,Chembur, in May 2006.

20.    Khelratna” Sahyadri Navratna AwarD 2007 by Mumbai Doordarshan Kendra, Sahyadri Vahini, in May 2007.

21.    Bharat Jyoti Award 2009 by India International Friendship Society, New Delhi, in March 2009.

22.    Shree Siddhivinayak Eklavya Puraskar’’ 2009 by Siddhivinayak Ganpati Temple Trust, Prabhadevi, Mumbai, in October 2009.

23.    “SAMARPAN PURASKAR” 2009 by Samagra Yoga Foundation & Bhartiya Yoga Peeth for the excellent contributionfor the propogation of Traditional Indian Physical culture Mallakhamb in October 2009.

                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                     (Uday V. Deshpande)



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       






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