List of Sahitya Akademi Award winners for Dogri
Sahitya Akademi Award is given by the Sahitya Akademi, India’s national academy of letters, to one writer every year in each of the languages recognized by it, as well as for translations. The Sahitya Akademi Award is the second highest literary award of India after the Jnanpith Award, and is annually conferred on writers of outstanding works in one of the twenty four major Indian languages that the Sahitya Akademi supports.
The Sahitya Akademi Award to Dogri writers is awarded to Dogri writers for works in Dogri and English. The award for Dogri language started in 1970. No awards were given in 1973, 1993 and 1998. The award may also be given to translations from Dogri literature.
Sahitya Akademi Award winners and their works in Dogri Language
|Year||Book||Author||Category of Books|
|1970||Nila Ambar Kale Badal||Narendra Khajuria||Short stories|
|1971||Meri Kavita Mere Geet||Padma Sachdev||Poetry|
|1972||Phull Bina Dali||Srivats Vikal||Novel|
|1974||Duddh, Lahoo, Zahar||Madan Mohan Sharma||Short stories|
|1975||Mere Dogri Geet||Krishna Smailpuri||Poetry|
|1976||Badnami Di Chhan||Ram Nath Shastri||Short stories|
|1977||Main Mele Ra Janun||Kehri Singh `Madhukar’||Poetry|
|1978||Sanjhi Dharti Bakhle Mahnu||Narsingh Dev Jamwal||Novel|
|1979||Nanga Rukh||O.P. Sharma `Sarathi’||Novel|
|1981||Ek Shehr Yaaden Da||Jitendra Udhampuri||Poetry|
|1982||Qaidi||Deshbandhu Dogra `Nutan’||Novel|
|1983||Aale||Ved Rahi||Short stories|
|1984||Gamlen De Cactus||Shiv Ram `Deep’||Poetry|
|1985||Ayodhya||Dinoo Bhai Pant||Play|
|1986||Sunne Di Chiree||Om Goswami||Short stories|
|1987||Beddan Dharti Di||Prakash Premi||Epic|
|1988||Rattu Da Chanan||Ram Lal Sharma||Poetry|
|1989||Sodh Samundaren Di||Mohanlal Sapolia||Poetry|
|1990||Jeevan Lehran||Tara Smailpuri||Poetry|
|1991||Apni Daphli Apna Raag||Mohan Singh||Plays|
|1992||Jo Tere Man-Chitta Laggi Ja||Yash Sharma||Poetry|
|1994||Buddh Suhagan||Jitendra Sharma||Plays|
|1997||Bakhre Bakhre Sach||Shiv Dev Singh Sushil||Novel|
|1999||Mangwi Pashakri||Kuldeep Singh Jindhrahia||Poetry|
|2000||Meel Patthar||Deen Bandhu Sharma||Short stories|
|2001||Nighe Rang||Verinder Kesar||Poetry|
|2002||Trip Trip Chete||Om Vidyarthi||Travelogue|
|2003||Jhull Bada Dea Pattara||(Late) Ashwani Magotra||Poetry|
|2004||Cheten Di Chitkabri||Shiv Nath||Essays|
|2005||Dhaldi Dhuppe Da Sek||Krishan Sharma||Short Stories|
|2006||Kore Kaakal Korian Talian||Darshan Darshi||Poetry|
|2007||Mahatma Vidur||Gian Singh Pagoch||Epic|
|2008||Cheten Di Rhol||Champa Sharma||Poetry|
|2009||Geet Sarovar||Praduman Singh Jindrahia||Lyrics and songs|
|2010||Pandran Kahaniyan||Manoj||Short stories|
|2011||Cheten Diyan Ga’liyan||Lalit Magotra||Essays|
|2012||Tim-Tim Karde Tare||Bal Krishan Bhaura||Poetry|
|2013||Doha Satsai||Sitaram Sapolia||Poetry|
|2014||Hashiye Par||Shailender Singh||Novel|
|2015||Parchhamen Di Lo||Dhian Singh||Poetry|
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