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5 February 1932
|Occupation||Literary, teacher, educator, poet|
|Awards||Padma Bhushan (2011)|
Jnanpith Award (2016)
Sahitya Akademi Award (1977)
Shankha Ghosh (born 5 February 1932) is an Indian poet and critic. Ghosh got his undergraduate degree in Arts in Bengali language from the Presidency College, Kolkata in 1951 and subsequently his master's degree from the University of Calcutta in the year 1954.
He taught at many educational institutions, including Bangabasi College, City College (all affiliated to the University of Calcutta) and at Jadavpur University, all in Kolkata. He retired from Jadavpur University in 1992. In 1967, he participated in the International Writing Program's Fall Residency at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, IA. He has also taught at Delhi University, the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies at Shimla, and at the Visva-Bharati University. He has won a number of prestigious awards including Jnanpith Award in 2016. His pen name is kuntak.
- Dinguli Raatguli (First Story)
- Nihito Patal Saya
- Pajore Darer Sabdo
- Jol e Pasan hoye ache
- Dhum legeche rith kamole
- Gota desh jora joughar
- Proti prosne kepe othe vite
- Hashi khushi mukhe sarbonash
- Adim lata-gulmomay (Ancient vines and trees)
- Murkha baro, samajik nay (Big fool, not social)
- Kabir abhipray (The poet's intention)
- Mukh dheke jay bigyapane (Faces are hidden by advertisements)
- Babarer prarthana (Babur's prayer)
- The Neel Manush Series (Story of the blue giant)
- The Storm of Desire (a poem translated from Bengali by Nandini Gupta)
- Just this one (a poem translated from Bengali by Bhismadev Chakrabarti)
- Narsingh Das Puraskar (1977, for Murkha baro, samajik nay)
- Sahitya Akademi Award (1977, for Baabarer praarthanaa)
- Rabindra Puraskar (1989, for Dhum legechhe hrit kamale)
- Saraswati Samman for his anthology Gandharba Kabitaguccha
- Sahitya Akademi Award for translation of Taledanda (Kannada) Play into Bengali named Raktakalyan (1999)
- Desikottam by Visva-Bharati (1999)
- D.Litt. by Vidyasagar University (2010)
- Padma Bhushan by the Government of India (2011)
- Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement "Sahityabrahma" Award by the World Forum for Journalists and Writers (WFJW) (2015)
- D.Litt. by Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur, India (2015)
- Jnanpith Award by the Government of India (2016)
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- "..:: SAHITYA : Akademi Awards ::." sahitya-akademi.gov.in. Retrieved 4 January 2017.
- "Saraswati Samman for Shankha Ghosh". The Tribune. 6 February 1999. Retrieved 26 October 2008.
- "Jnanpith award for veteran poet Shankha Ghosh". The Times of India. 24 December 2016. Retrieved 24 December 2016.