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The Jnanpith Award is an Indian literary award presented annually by the Bharatiya Jnanpith to an author for their "outstanding contribution towards literature".
Jñāna yoga, also known as Jnanamarga, is one of the several spiritual paths in Hinduism that emphasizes the "path of knowledge", also known as the "path of self-realization".
Jnana Prabodhini (Marathi: ज्ञान प्रबोधिनी) which means 'Awakener of Real Knowledge' in Sanskrit is a social organisation in India.
The Jnaneswari Express derailment occurred on 28 May 2010 in the West Midnapore district of West Bengal, India(Between Sardiha and khemasuli railway stations).
Jnanadanandini Tagore (née Mukhopadhyay; 26 July 1850 – 1 October 1941) (Bengali: জ্ঞানদানন্দিনী দেবী, Gyanodanondinee Debi) was a social reformer who pioneered various cultural innovations and influenced the earliest phase of women's empowerment in 19th century Bengal.
In Indian philosophy and religion, jñāna (Pali: ñāṇa) or gyan/gian (Hindi: jñān) is "knowledge".
Sir Jnan Chandra Ghosh (14 September 1894 – 21 January 1959) was an Indian chemist best known for his contribution to the development of scientific research, industrial development and technology education in India.
Jnanendra Nath Mukherjee CBE, FRSC (23 April 1893, Mahavdepur, Rajshahi District-today in Bangladesh – 10 May 1983), was a reputed Indian chemist as well as an internationally respected colloid chemist.
Jnanappana is a devotional poem written by the 16th century Malayalam poet Poonthanam. This poem written as a devotional prayer to Guruvayoorappan is considered as an important work in Malayalam literature.

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