Dr. S. Radhakrishnan: Philosopher-Statesmen, President of India.
Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay: One of the main architects of the All India Women's Conference. Took active part in the struggle for freedom. Founder of the Indian Cooperative Union. Chairman of the All India Handicrafts Board and former Vice-Chairman of Sangeet Natak Akademi (Academy for Music and Drama). Recipient of India's Padma Bhushan Award and the Philippines' Magsaysay Award (1966).
Kakasaheb Kalelkar: Linguist and philologist who knows seven languages; academician and literature, who has written over 80 books in four languages; philosopher and interpreter of Tagore and Gandhi, but above all an educationist who once taught at Shantiniketan and headed the Gujarat Vidyapeeth. Eighty-one-year old Acharya Kakasaheb Kalelkar, who has an unbroken period of almost 60 years of public service behind him, is considered an authority on Gandhian philosophy. Was awarded the Padma Vibhushan in 1964, the highest award of that year.
J.B.Kripalani: One of the earliest associates of Mahatma Gandhi. Was General Secretary of the Indian National Congress during the hectic years of freedom struggle (1934-46). President of the Congress in 1946. Veteran parliamentarian, noted for his wit. Author of many publications on Gandhiji's life and philosophy, education and planning.
R.R.Diwakar: Member of Parliament, Gandhian scholar and journalist. Was in the forefront of the freedom struggle. Former Minister in the Central Government and Ex-Governor of Bihar State. Author of many books in Kannada,