List of Sahitya Akademi Award winners for Telugu

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Sahitya Akademi Award is given each year, since 1955, by Sahitya Akademi (India's National Academy of Letters), to writers and their works, for their outstanding contribution to the upliftment of Indian literature and Telugu literature in particular.[1]

Sahitya Akademi Award winners and their works in Telugu language[edit]

Year Author Work
1955 Suravaram Pratap Reddy Andhrula Sanghike Charitamu (Social History)
1956 Bulusu Venkateswarulu Bharatiya Tatva Sastramu (Translation of Dr. Radhakrishnan's History of Indian Philosophy)
1957 Chariantanananda Swami Sri Ramakrishnuni Jivita Charitra (Biography)
1958 No Award
1959 No Award
1960 Ponangi Srirama Apparavu Natyasastramu (A History of Bharata's Natyasastra)
1961 Balantrapu Rajanikanta Rao Andhra Vaggeyakara Chritramu (A History of Telugu composers and song writers)
1962 Vishwanatha Satyanarayana Viswanadha Madhyakkarulu (Poetry)
1963 T. Gopichand Panditha Parameshwara Sastry Veelunama (Novel)
1964 Gurram Joshua Kreestu Charitra (Poetry)
1965 Acharya Rayaprolu Subbarao Misra Manjari (Poetry)
1966 No Award
1967 No Award
1968 No Award
1969 Thummala Seetharamamurthy Mahatma Katha (Poetry)
1970 D. Balagangadhar Tilak Amrutham Kurisina Rathri (Poetry)
1971 Thapi Dharma Rao Vijayavilasamu: Hridayollasavyakhya (Commentary)
1972 Srirangam Srinivasarao Sri Sri Sahityamu (Poetry)
1973 C. Narayana Reddy Mantalu Manavudu (Poetry)
1974 Dasaradhi Thimiram Tho Samaram (Poetry)
1975 Boyi Bhimanna Gudiselu Kalipotunnai (Poetry)
1976 No Award
1977 Kundurti Anjaneyulu Kundurti Kritulu (Poetry)
1978 Devulapalli Venkata Krishna Sastry Collected Works of Krishna Sastri (6 vols.)
1979 P. Narayanacharya Janapriya Ramayana (Poetry)
1980 No Award
1981 V. R. Narla Seeta Josyam (Play)
1982 I. Saraswati Devi Swarna Kamalaalu (Short stories)
1983 Ravuri Bharadwaja Jeevana Samaram (Sketches)
1984 Aluri Bairagi Aagama Geeti (Poetry)
1985 Palagummi Padmaraju Gaalivana (Short stories)
1986 G.V. Subramanyam Andhra Sahitya Vimarsa Angla Prabhavam (Literary criticism)
1987 Arudra Gurazada Gurupeetham (Essays)
1988 Rachamallu Ramachandra Reddi Anuvaada Samasyalu (Criticism)
1989 S. V. Joga Rao Mani Pravalamu (Essays)
1990 K. Siva Reddy Mohana-o-Mohana (Poetry)
1991 Bhamidipati Ramagopalam Itlu, Mee Vidheyudu (Short stories)
1992 Malati Chandur Hrudaya Netri (Novel)
1993 Madhuranthakam Rajaram Madhuranthakam Rajaram Kathalu (Short stories)
1994 Gunturu Seshendra Sharma Kala Rekha (Criticism)
1995 Kalipatnam Rama Rao Yajnam To Tommidi (Short stories)
1996 Ketu Viswanatha Reddy Kethu Vishwanatha Reddy Kathalu (Short stories)
1997 Penumarthi Viswanatha Sastri (Ajanta) Swapna Lipi (Poetry)
1998 Balivada Kantha Rao Balivada Kantha Rao Kathalu (Short stories)
1999 Vallampati Venkata Subbaiah Katha Silpam (Essays)
2000 N. Gopi Kalanni Nidra Ponivvanu (Poetry)
2001 Tirumala Ramachandra Hampi Nunchi Harappa Daka (Autobiography)
2002 Chekuri Ramarao Smrti Kinankam (Essays)
2003 Bethavolu Ramabrahmam Devi Bhagavatham (Translation work)
Utpala Satyanarayanacharya Sri Krishna Chandrodayamu (Poetry)
2004 Ampasayya Naveen Kala Rekhalu (Novel)
2005 Abburi Chayadevi Tana Margam (Short Stories)
2006 Munipalle Raju Ashtitvanadam Aavali Teerana (Short Stories)
2007 Gadiyaram Ramakrishna Sarma Satapatramu (Autobiography)
2008 Chitiprolu Krishna Murthy Purushottamudu (Poetry)
2009 Yarlagadda Laxmi Prasad Draupadi (Novel) [2] [3]
2010 Sayed Saleem Kaluthunna Poolathota (Novel) [4]
2011 M. Bhoopal Reddy Uggupaalu (Children short stories)
2012 Peddibhotla Subbaramaiah Peddibhotla Subbaramaiah Kathalu Vol-1 (Short Stories)
2013 katyayani Vidmahe Sahityaakashamlo Sagam (Essays)

Yuva Puraskar winners and their works in Telugu language

Year Author Work
2013 Manthri Krishna Mohan Pravahinche Padalu and other Poems (Poetry)

Bala Sahitya Puraskar winners and their works in Telugu language

Year Author Work
2013 D. Sujatha Devi Aatalo Aratipandu (Stories)


References[edit]

  1. ^ Telugu Sahitya Akademi Awards 1955-2007 Sahitya Akademi Official website.
  2. ^ "Poets dominate 2009 Sahitya Akademi Awards". The Hindu. 2009-12-24. Retrieved 2010-01-27. 
  3. ^ "Draupadi’s unending circle of suffering". The New Indian Express. 2010-01-23. Retrieved 2010-01-27. 
  4. ^ http://sahitya-akademi.gov.in/sahitya-akademi/SearchAwards.do.  Missing or empty |title= (help)

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