Savita Punia (Best Goalkeeper, Women), PR Sreejesh (Best Goalkeeper, Men), Sharmila Devi (Best Rising Star, Women) and Vivek Prasad (Best Rising Star, Men) were all declared winners.
Indian drag-flicker Gurjit Kaur scored the all-important goal in the stunning 1-0 win over fancied Australia in the quarters.
PR Sreejesh was among three short-listed for Goalkeeper of the Year award for men while Savita Punia was among three short-listed in the women's category.
India had bagged 14 penalty corners against Ireland and failed to convert even one and the team's think-tank raised the issue in the team meeting.
What will hurt them is the fact that they came within the slightest of deviations to possibly take their semifinal against Argentina into a shootout.
All of them struck a deal. After the Olympics. Multiple members of this squad had below par performances in 2016 so they were desperate to show what they were capable of in Tokyo.
A bunch of 18 fearless and determined Indian women did the unthinkable when they stunned three-time champions Australia 1-0 on Monday to enter the Olympic semifinals for the first time.
Rani Rampal's father Rampal told reporters at their home in Shahabad, Kurukshetra that 'we are immensely happy at the team's performance.'
Tokyo Olympics: Had pressure in last minutes against Australia, but kept calm, says goal-scorer Gurjit
The Indian women's hockey team scripted history on Monday here at Oi Hockey Stadium -- North Pitch -- as they qualified for the semi-finals of the Olympics for the very first time.
Drag-flicker Gurjit Kaur rose to the occasion when it mattered and converted India's lone penalty corner in the 22nd minute to surprise the Australians.
Defender Gurjit Kaur scored twice as the Indian women's hockey team brought its CWG campaign back on track with a 4-1 thrashing of Malaysia.