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Sahitya Akademi Yuva Puraskar- 2020

Sahitya Akademi Yuva Puraskar- 2020

Sahitya Akademi announced its annual Yuva Puraskar for the year 2020 in 18 languages, on 12 March 2021.

In the list of winners of Sahitya Akademi Yuva Puraskar 2020 Ten books of poetry, Three of short stories, Two of Essays, One of Memoir, One of Criticism and One travelogue are included. Awards in Bengali, Gujarati, Malayalam, Marathi, Rajasthani and Sindhi will be announced later.

Name of the Winners language-wise:

LanguageTitle and Genre Author
AssameseMegh-Ghora (Poetry)Dwijen Das
BodoAbwi-Abou Arw Ang (Poetry)Newton K. Basumatary
DogriManne Da Buaal (Poetry)Ganga Sharma
EnglishComing Out As Dalit (Memoir)Yashica Dutt
HindiU.R. Ananthamurti Pratirodh ka Vikalp (Criticism)Ankit Narwal
KannadaDhoopada Makkalu (Short Stories)K. S. Mahadevaswamy
KashmiriWavech Baavath (Poetry)Muzaffar Ahmad Parray
KonkaniChar Panvala Ashiyent (Travelogue)Sampada Shenvi Kunkoliekar
MaithiliGassa (Short Stories)Sonu Kumar Jha
ManipuriKairaba Chaphu Machet (Poetry)Rameshwar Sharongbam
NepaliDristi- Nibandha Sangrah (Essays)Anjan Baskota
OdiaChetanara Anwesana (Essays)Chandrasekhar Hota
PunjabiMalaha'n Ton Bina (Poetry)Deepak Kumar Dhalewan
SanskritAadhyonmeshah (Poetry)Rishiraj Pathak
SantaliAnjle (Poetry)Anjali Kisku
TamilMara Naai (Poetry)Shakti
TeluguMilinda (Short Stories)Manasa Yendluri
UrduMain Apni Baat ka Mafhoom Dusra Chahun:
Bani Ki Shairi Ka Motalea (Criticism)
Saquib Faridi

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Source: sahitya-akademi.gov.in

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