Jyotindra Nath Dixit

Jyotindra Nath Dixit ( born January 8, 1936 in Madras, † January 3, 2005 in New Delhi, India) was Indian diplomat and politician, and worked from 1991 to 1994 in the Indian Foreign Ministry.

Dixit was last national security adviser and was regarded as an architect of peace talks with the neighboring country Pakistan. He also led the People's Republic of China talks on border disputes. After Pakistan Dixit was sent as ambassador. In this role, he also worked in several other states. After 1994, he joined the Indian National Congress party. There he served as a consultant for foreign and defense policy.

Dixit died at the age of 68 of a heart attack. In 2005 he was posthumously awarded the Padma Vibhushan.

  • Politicians (India)
  • Indian Ambassador
  • Carrier of the Padma Vibhushan
  • Born in 1936
  • Died in 2005
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