|BIRTHDAY||28 May, 1903|
|AGE (in 1994)||90 Years Old|
|AWARD NAME||AWARD CATEGORY||RECEIPT YEAR||RECEIPT FIELD|
|Padma Bhushan||Civilian Award||1965||Trade and Industry|
In 1965, he received Padma Bhushan, which is the highest civilian award in India, for his contribution to trade and industry. In 1988, the then Prime Minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi, launched a commemorative postage stamp to honour the Kirloskar Group's 100th anniversary. In 2003, a memorial postage stamp was yet again released by the then Prime Minister of India, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, as a token of respect the birth centenary of Kirloskar.
S. L. Kirloskar died on 24-04-1994 in Pune, Maharashtra, India at age of 90.
|DEATHDAY||DEATH PLACE||DEATH COUNTRY|
|24 April, 1994||Pune, Maharashtra||India|
He had three brothers Rajaram, Prabhakar, and Ravindra, and a sister Prabhavati. He tied nuptial knots with Yamuna, who was the daughter of Ranganath Pathak. They had two sons, named Chandrakant Kirloskar and Srikant Kirloskar.