Sahitya Akademi Award 2021 Winner list :PDF

Sahitya Akademi announced its prestigious Sahitya Akademi Award 2021 winner list i.e Sahitya Akademi Awards 2021, Yuva Puraskar 2021 and Bal Sahitya Puraskar 2021 in various languages.

Sahitya Akademi announced its prestigious Sahitya Akademi Awards, Yuva Puraskar and Bal Sahitya Puraskar 2021 in various languages. According to the board, an engraved copper plate, shawl and an amount of Rs 1 lakh will be given to the main Sahitya Akademi prize winner and an engraved copper plate and an amount of Rs 50,000 each will be given to the Yuva Puraskar and Bal Sahitya Puraskar.

Sahitya Akademi Award 2021 winner list :-

The Sahitya Akademi Award 2021 was given in 20 Indian languages, the winner of Gujarati, Maithili, Manipuri, and Urdu languages will be announced at a later date. Seven(7) books of poetry, two(2) novels, five(5) books of short stories, two(2) plays, one book each of biography, autobiography, criticism, and epic poetry have won the Sahitya Akademi Awards 2021. Author, Namita Gokhale was awarded for her novel Things to Leave Behind

Sahitya Akademi Award winners list:-

Language Title and Genre Name of the Author
Assamese Iyat Ekhan Aaronya Asil (Novel) Anuradha Sarma Pujari
Bengali Mirjafar  O Ananya Natak (Play) Bratya Basu
Bodo Khoro Sayao Arw Himalay (Poetry) Mwdai Gahai
Dogri Namme Tunnel (Short Stories) Raj Rahi
English Things to leave Behind (Novel) Namita Gokhale
Hindi Samrat Ashok (Play) Daya Prakash Sinha
Kannada Gandhi Kathana (Biography) D.S.Nagabhushana
Kashmiri Tawazun (Criticism) Wali Mohd.Aseer Kashtawari
Konkani Raktachandan (Poetry) Sanjiv Verenkar
Malayaiam Hrudayaragangal (Autobiography) George Onakkoor
Marathi Baluchya Awasthantarachi Diary (Short Stories) Kiran Gurav
Nepali Usha Anirudha (Epic Poetry) Chhabilal Upadhyaya
Odia Sarijathiba Apera (Poetry) Hrushikesh Mallick
Punjabi Sullan Da Salan (Short Stories) Khalid Hussain
Rajasthani Mugtee (Poetry) Meethesh Nirmohi
Sanskrit Srijati Shankhnadam Kil,Kavita (Poetry) Vindeshwariprasad Mishr “Vinay”
Santali Mane Rena Arhang (Short Stories) Niranjan Hansda
Sindhi Nena Nindakhra (Poetry) Arjun Chawla
Tamil Civappuk Kazuttu Tan Oru Paccaip Paravai (Short Stories) Ambai
Telugu Vallankitaalam (Poertry) Gorati Venkanna
  1. Anuradha Sarma Pujari (Assamese)
  2. Bratya Basu (Bengali)
  3. Mwdai Gahai (Bodo)
  4. Raj Rahi (Dogri)
  5. Namita Gokhale (English)
  6. Daya Prakash Sinha (Hindi)
  7. DS Nagabhushana (Kannada)
  8. Wali Mohd Aseer Kashtawari (Kashmiri)
  9. Sanjiv Verenkar (Konkani)
  10. George Onakkoor (Malayalam)
  11. Kiran Gurav (Marathi)
  12. Chhabilal Upadhyaya (Nepali)
  13. Hrushikesh Mallick (Odia)
  14. Khalid Hussain (Punjabi)
  15. Meethesh Nirmohi (Rajasthani)
  16. Vindeshwariprasad Mishr “Vinay” (Sanskrit)
  17. Niranjan Hansda (Santali)
  18. Arjun Chawla (Sindhi)
  19. Ambai (Tamil)
  20. Gorati Venkanna (Telugu)

Sahitya Akademi Yuva Puraskar 2021:

The Sahitya Akademi Yuva Puraskar 2021 were awarded for 22 Indian languages and the award in Tamil will be declared later, there was no award given in Rajasthani language this year.

Author Megha Majumdar won the Sahitya Akademi Yuva Puraskar 2021 for her debut book ‘A Burning’, published in 2020 in English language.

Language Title and Genre Name of the Author
Assamese Deuka Kobai Jay (Short Story) Abhijit Bora
Bengali Sreeman Sonnet (Poertry) Gourob Chakraborty
Bodo Jiu Gwnang Soho (Poetry) Gautom Daimary
Dogri Phang Honsele De (Poetry) Arun Akash Dev
English A Burning (Novel) Megha Majumdar
Gujarati A Manas (Novel) Drashti Soni
Hindi Kissa Kissa Lucknow- Lucknow ke Awami Kisse (Short Stories) Himanshu Vajpai
Kannada Togala Cheelada Karna (Poetry) H.Lakshmi  Narayan Swamy
Kashmiri Yele Aene Phut (Short Stories) Razi Tahir Bhagat
Konkani Kavya Parmal (Poetry) Shraddha Garad
Maithli Anshu Bani PasariJaeb (Poetry) Amit Mishra
Malayalam Jacaranda (Novel) Mobin Mohan
Manipuri Matamgee Manglan (Poetry) Lenin Khumancha
Marathi Kale Karde Strokes (Novel) Pranav Sakhadeo
Nepali Achal Kuhiro (Short Stories) Mahesh Dahal
Odia Sparsham O Anyanya Galpa (Short Stories) Debabrata Das
Punjabi Paa De Pailaan(Essays) Veerdavinder Singh
Sanskrit Kathakalpalata(Short Stories) Swetapandma Satapathy
Santai Sagai Ganada (Novel) Kuna Hansdah
Sindhi Zindagia Jaa Rang (Play) Rakesh Shewani
Telugu Dandakadiyam (Poetry) Thagulla Gopal
Urdu Zameen Zaad (Poetry) Umar Farhat
  1. Abhijit Bora (Assamese)
  2. Gourob Chakraborty (Bengali)
  3. Gautom Daimary (Bodo)
  4. Arun Akash Dev (Dogri)
  5. Megha Majumdar (English)
  6. Drashti Soni (Gujarati)
  7. Himanshu Vajpai (Hindi)
  8. L.Lakshmi Narayan Swamy (Kannada)
  9. Razi Tahir Bhagat (Kashmiri)
  10. Sharddha Garad (Konkani)
  11. Amit Mishra (Maithili)
  12. Mobin Mohan (Malayalam)
  13. Lenin Khmancha (Manipuri)
  14. Pranav Sakhadeo (Marathi)
  15. Mahesh Dahal (Nepali)
  16. Debabrata Das (Odia)
  17. Veerdavinder Singh (Punjabi)
  18. Swetapadma Satapathy (Sanskrit)
  19. Kuna Hansdah (Santali)
  20. Rakesh Shewani (Sindhi)
  21. Thagulla Gopal (Telugu)
  22. Umar Farhat (Urdu)

Bal Sahitya Puraskar 2021

The Bal Sahitya Puraskar 2021 was given in 22 Indian languages, no Bal Sahitya Puraskar was given in Gujarati and Punjabi languages this year.

Anita Vachharajani has been named as the recipient of the Bal Sahitya Puraskar 2021 for the biography “Amrita Sher-Gil: Rebel with a Paintbrush”.

Hindi writer Devendra M won the award for his play titled “Natak Natak me Vigyan”.

Bal Sahitya Puraskar 2021 winner list:-

Language Title and Genre Name of the Author
Assamese Bakul Phular Dare (Novel) Mrinal Chandra Kalita
Bengali Batakesto Babur Chhata (Short Stories) Sunirmal Chakraborty
Bodo Dikhura Solobatha (Folk Tales) Ratneswar Narzary
Dogn Khadak Singh Te Usda Guglu(Short Novel) Narsingh Dev Jamwal
English Amrita Sher-gil: Rebel with a paintbrush (Biography) Anita Vachharajani
Hindi Natak Natak me Vigyan (Play) Devendra Mewari
Karnada Odi Hoda Huduga (Novel) Basu Bevinagida
Kashmiri Phulai Gulan Henz(Short Stories) Majeedn Majazi
Konkani Sumiche Cottangree (Short Novel) Sumedha Kamat Desai
Maithili Lagi Jo Phool Akash (Poetry) Anmol Jha
Malayalam Avar Moovarum Oru Mazhavillum (Novel) Raghunath Paleri
Manipuri Apunbana Pangaini (Collection of Plays) Ningombam Jadumani Singh
Marathi Jokar Banala Kingmaker (Novel) Sanjay Wagh
Napali Jhyaunkiri ra Juunkiri (Poetry) Sudarshan Ambatey
Odia Geeta Kahe Mitar Katha (Poerty) Digaraj Brahma
Rajasthani Paani Ra Rukhalaa (Novel) Kirti Sharma
Sanskrit Kathamadhuri (Short Stories) Asha Agrawal
Santali Hali Mon (Poertry) Sova Hansda
Sindhi Baar Man Thaar (Poetry) Kishin Khubchandani “Ranjayal”
Tamil Ammavukku Magal Sonna Ulagin Mudhal Kadhai (Short Stories) Mu. Murugesh
Telugu Nenu Ante Evaru (Play) Devaraju Maharaju
Urdu Charagh Phoolon ke (Poertry) Kausar Siddiqui

 

  1. Mrinal Chandra Kalita (Assamese)
  2. Sunirmal Chakraborty (Bengali)
  3. Ratneshwar Narzary (Bodo)
  4. Narsingh Dev Jamval (Dogri)
  5. Anita Vaccharajani (English)
  6. Devendra Mewari (Hindi)
  7. Basu Bevinagida (Kannada)
  8. Majeed Majazi (Kashmiri)
  9. Sumedha Kamat Desai (Konkani)
  10. Anmol Jha (Maithili)
  11. Raghunath Paleri (Malayalam)
  12. Ningombam Jadumani Singh (Manipuri)
  13. Sanjay Wagh (Marathi)
  14. Sudarsha Ambatey (Nepali)
  15. Digaraj Brahma (Odia)
  16. Kirti Sharma (Rajasthani)
  17. Asha Agarwal (Sanskrit)
  18. Sova Hansda (Santali)
  19. Kishin Khubchandani “Ranjayal” (Sindhi)
  20. Mu. Murugesh (Tamil)
  21. Devaraju Maharaju (Telugu)
  22. Kausar Siddiqui (Urdu)

Sahitya Akademi Award 2021 winner list PDF

 

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