Javelin thrower Sumit Antil and shooter Avani Lekhara's names have been recommended for Arjuna Award.
Four players from Rajasthan had won five medals at the Paralympics.
With multiple Olympic medals and recent governmental boost for competitive shooting, the sport is garnering all attention.
Indian para-athletes returned from Tokyo on the back of a sensational campaign that saw them win an unparalleled 19 medals, including five gold, eight silver and six bronze.
Jaipur girl wins bronze in 50m Rifle 3 Position SH1 to become first Indian woman to win two medals at a Paralympic Games
The 19-year-old para shooter Avani Lekhara clinched her second medal in Tokyo, a bronze, in women's 50m rifle 3P SH1 event.
Avani Lekhara cannot believe that she has become the first Indian athlete to win two individual medals in the same edition of the Paralympics or Olympics.
This is Avani's second medal in the ongoing Paralympics as she had won gold earlier this week.
Chief Minister MK Stalin on Monday congratulated Avani Lekhara for winning gold in para shooting at the Tokyo Paralympics.
Given the heavy equipment she has to carry along with her, Avani is accompanied either by her father or mother for every event. Her mother is with her in Tokyo.
As javelin thrower Sumit Antil clinched India's second gold at the ongoing Paralympics, shattering the men's F64 category world record, Modi said the country is proud of him.
Lekhara senior has been flooded with phone calls ever since the news of his daughter bringing laurels to the country broke in the morning.
Having gone through a lot of ups and downs in her career, Avani Lekhara said she did not want to dwell on the past or think about the future.
Tokyo Paralympics: Wasn't thinking about the Gold medal, wanted to take one shot at a time, says Avani Lekhara
Indian shooter Avani Lekhara became the first Indian woman in history to win a Paralympic Gold medal on Monday.
Neeraj Chopra thanks Avani Lekhara for giving Indians opportunity to listen to the national anthem again in Tokyo
Neeraj Chopra and Mirabai Chanu congratulated Avani Lekhara on clinching gold at the ongoing Paralympic Games.