Sahitya Akademi Awards 2021

The Sahitya Akademi announced its coveted annual literary awards for great literary works in 24 languages for the year 2021. Ms. Namita Gokhale was awarded for her novel Things to Leave Behind and Ms. Anuradha Sarma Pujari for Iyat Ekhan Aaronya Asil (Novel).

S. No
Language
Title and Genre
Name of the Author
1
Assamese
Iyat Ekhan Aaronya Asil (Novel)
Anuradha Sarma Pujari
2
Bengali
Mitjafar O Ananya Natale (Play)
Bratya Basu
3
Bodo
Khora Sayao Arw Himalay (Poetry)
Mwdai Gahai
4
Dogri
Namme Tunnel (Short Stories)
Raj Rahi
5
English
Things to Leave Behind (Novel)
Namita Gokhale
6
Gujarati
Gandh Manjusha (Poetry)
Yagnesh Dave
7
Hindi
Samrat Ashok (Play)
Daya Prakash Sinha
8
Kannada
Gandhi Kathana (Biography)
D. S. Nagabhushana
9
Kashmiri
Tawazun (Criticism)
Wali Mohd. Aseer Kashtawari
10
Konkani
Raktachandan (Poetry)
Sanjiv Verenkar
11
Maithili
Pangu (Novel)
Jagdish Prasad Mandal
12
Malayalam
Hrudayaragangal (Autobiography)
George Onakkoor
13
Manipuri
Manipurida Punshi Warigee Sahitya (Criticism)
Thokchom Ibohanbi Singh
14
Marathi
Baluchya Awasthantarachi Diary (Short Stories)
Kiran Gurav
15
Nepali
Usha Anirudha (Epic Poetry)
Chhabilal Upadhyaya
16
Odia
Sarijaithiba Apera (Poetry)
Hrushikesh Mallick
17
Punjabi
Sullan Da Salan (short Stories)
Khalid Hussain
18
Rajasthani
Mugtee (Poetry)
Meethesh Nirmohi
19
Sanskrit
Srijati Shankhnadam Kil, Kavita (Poetry)
Vindeshwariprasad Mishr 'Vinay'
20
Santali
Mane Rena Arhang (Short Stories)
Niranjan Hansda
21
Sindhi
Nena Nindakhra (Poetry)
Arjun Chawla
22
Tamil
Civappuk Kazuttu Tan Oru Paccaip Paravai (Short Stories)
Ambai
23
Telugu
Vallankitaalam (Poetry)
Gorati Venkanna
24
Urdu
Taza Hawa Ki Tabishen (Poetry)
Chander Bhan Khayal

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