List of Sahitya Akademi Award winners for Gujarati

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Sahitya Akademi Award to Gujarati Writers by Sahitya Akademi. No Awards were conferred in 1957, 1959, 1966 and 1972.[1] In 1969, Swami Anand, and in 1983, Suresh Joshi, refused this award.

Recipients[edit]

Year Author Work Type of Work
1955 Mahadev Desai Mahadev Bhaini Diary Memoirs
1956 Ramnarayan V. Pathak Brihat — Pingal Treatise on prosody
1958 Sukhlal Sanghvi Darshan ane Chintan Philosophical essays
1960 Rasiklal C. Parekh Sharvilak Play
1961 Ram Singhji Rathod Kachhnun Sanskrit Darshan Cultural survey
1962 V. R. Trivedi Upayana Critical writings
1963 Rajendra Shah Shant Kolahal Poetry
1964 Dolarrai R. Mankad Naivedya Essays
1965 Kakasaheb Kalelkar Jeevan-Vyavastha Essays
1967 Dr. P. B. Pandit Gujarati Bhashanum
Dhwani-Swarup and
Dhwani-Parivartan
Linguistic study
1968 Tribhuvandas Luhar "Sundaram" Avalokana Literary reviews
1969 Swami Anand (Not Accepted) Kulkathao Pen-portraits
1970 Nagindas Parekh Abhinavano Rasavichar Literary criticism
1971 Chandravadan Mehta Natya Gathariyan Travelogue
1973 Umashankar Joshi Kavini Shraddha Literary criticism
1974 Anantrai Raval Tartamya Literary criticism
1975 Manubhai Pancholi "Darshak" Socrates Novel
1976 Narwarlal Pandya 'Ushnas' Ashwattha Poetry
1977 Raghuveer Chaudhari Uparvas Kathatrayi (Trilogy) Novel
1978 Harindra Dave Hayati Poetry
1979 Jagdish Joshi Vamal Nan Van Poetry
1980 Jayant Pathak Anunaya Poetry
1981 Harivallabh Bhayani Rachna ane Samrachna Criticism
1982 Priyakant Maniar Lilero Dhal Poetry
1983 Suresh Joshi (Not Accepted) Chintayami Manasa Essays
1984 Ramanlal Joshi Vivechanni Prakriya Literary criticism
1985 Kundanika Kapadia Sat Paglan Aakashman Novel
1986 Chandrakant Sheth Dhoolmani Paglio Reminiscences
1987 Sitanshu Yashaschandra Jatayu Poetry
1988 Bhagwatikumar Sharma Asooryalok Novel
1989 Joseph Macwan Angaliyat Novel
1990 Anil R. Joshi Statue Essays
1991 Labhshankar Thakar Tolan Aawaz Ghunghat Poetry
1992 Bholabhai Patel Devoni Ghati Travelogue
1993 Narayan Desai Agnikundaman Ugelun
Gulab
Biography
1994 Ramesh Parekh Vitan Sud Beej Poetry
1995 Varsha Adalja Ansar Novel
1996 Himanshi Shelat Andhari Galima
Safed Tapakan
Short stories
1997 Ashokpuri Goswami Kuvo Novel
1998 Jayant Kothari Vank-dekham Vivechano Criticism
1999 Niranjan Bhagat Gujarati Sahiyta-
Purvardha Uttarardha
Criticism
2000 Vinesh Antani Dhundhabhari Khin Novel
2001 Dhiruben Patel Agantuk Novel
2002 Dhruv Prabodhrai Bhatt Tattvamasi Novel
2003 Bindu Bhatt Akhepatar Novel
2004 Amritlal Vegad Saundaryani Nadi Narmada Travelogue
2005 Suresh Dalal Akhand Zalar Vage Poetry
2006 Ratilal 'Anil' Ratano Suraj Essays
2007 Rajendra Shukla Gazal-Samhita Poetry
2008 Suman Shah Fatfatiyun Short stories
2009 Shirish Panchal Vaat aapanaa vivechan-ni Criticism
2010 Dhirendra Maheta Chhavni Novel
2011 Mohan Parmar Anchaio Short Stories
2012 Chandrakant Topiwala Sakshibhasya Criticism
2013 Chinu Modi[2] Khara Zaran Poetry
2014 Ashvin Mehta Chhabi Bhitarani Essays
2015 Rasik Shah Ante Aarambh (Part-I & II) Essays
2016 Kamal Vora[3] Anekanek Poetry

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Akademi Awards (1955-2015)". Sahitya Akademi. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 4 March 2016. 
  2. ^ "Gujarati poet Chinu Modi gets Sahitya Akademi Award". The Times of India. Jan 4, 2014. Retrieved July 15, 2014. 
  3. ^ "Sahitya Akademi winners announced, Jerry Pinto among 24 writers named". dna. 2016-12-21. Retrieved 2016-12-21.