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Three poems by Ankit Kumar

A THOUGHT

The deeper I think
The holier I be
Life is a game
Which we all wish to flee

Cogency is what everyone wants
Laconicity respected by none
For peace we say we can’t
Love is now, all for fun

We fell sad for any kind of cide
But it matters for no one
Then why are we petrified
When care for us is done by none

Jealousy, hatred is what mind mounts
Happiness, love, peace, now no one counts

We are angry, burning now
Few want to make things perfect
But they don’t know how

Sleepless nights, somniferous days
They live
Love, love, love is all they
Try to give

The day will come
When we all will die
Try to evolve love
Otherwise a day before
We will cry

DAYS

Some days come and some pass
The memory get stuck to some
Which always lasts

I remember those days
So what if they were sad
I smile when I think
About the days which were bad

Painful were some,
Neuralgic few
But when I sit alone
It gives me a nostalgic view

Sometimes I stop midway
Don’t feel to think
But it’s always too late
And I fall somewhere in a blink.

I struggle hard to come out
But cannot see any gate
Cry, shout all I try
But there’s no escape from the fate.

But days pass too
And thought dries
All I hear now is
No more cries.

I remember those days
Yes, they were happy
Still thinking of those memories
Pain and sadness ensembles in my gallery

SILENT DEATH

Opened eyes but nothing seen
Blindness that covers me within
Droplet of water that flows down
Have some painful memories which it surrounds

The mistake was made
Long time back
Why do I regret now?
Sea of guilt has reached my neck
I feel low
I feel low
I feel low

Yes, the mistake was mine
I took that blow
But now things appears to be fine
Then why do I feel so low

Things were different then
Indifferent now
I was sad then
Not so much happy now

The path of life has been narrow
Which always had some glibness
It gave me lots of sorrow
With a life, spiritless

With these situations, now I cope
But things will alter soon
I keep inside a light of hope
Hope to see a new moon

The Veteran Film Maker K. Balachander Conferred the Dadasaheb Phalke Award

The President, Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil has said cinema was a very powerful medium for conveying messages and it was necessary for promoting constructive and value based thinking for a culturally rich country like ours. This medium imposed a great responsibility on everyone associated with the film industry to use the power of cinema to do good for society, through the portrayal of attitudes that help in building a tolerant and harmonious society. The President Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil stated this while delivering her address at the 58th National Film Awards function here today.

Elaborating further, the President, Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil, stated that creativity knows no barrier of age and that the human spirit has always been striving for excellence. The awards received by 5 young artistes and an award for best writing in cinema to Ms. Vijay Mulay at her 90 years of age was an encouraging fact, this would surely inspire and motivate young film makers to give their greatest possible expression through this powerful medium.

Regarding the potential of the Indian film industry, the President stated the Indian film market has become more attractive for foreign film houses.  At the same time, prominent Indian enterprises are also participating in producing and distributing films around the world.  India’s soft power was engaged in projecting the nation world wide and Indian cinema had found markets in a large number of countries.

Speaking on the occasion, the Minister for Information & Broadcasting, Smt. Ambika Soni said that the Government had moved forward in setting up the National Film Heritage Mission with an outlay of Rs.660 crores.  This Mission would provide a platform for comprehensive solutions for cataloging, dissemination and monetization of film content, video tapes, posters and other related materials in the possession of either the Film Wing of Ministry of Information and Broadcasting or with the various State Governments as well as with private individuals and institutions.  The greatest benefit of the Mission would be to enable the preservation of the invaluable filmic heritage of the country which is an integral part of our socio-cultural heritage.  3000 films will be acquired and digitized and 3000 films will be restored and transferred to inter-negatives under the scheme and will be available at affordable rates as DVDs to public for viewing.

Elaborating further the Minister said, the year 2013 would mark the centenary year of Indian Cinema.  This centenary would be a milestone in India’s cinematic journey that needs to be showcased and celebrated.  The Minister added, the Centenary celebrations would provide the country an excellent opportunity to exhibit India’s ‘soft power’ on a global scale and reinforce the idea of “Cinemas of India” alongwith the “Incredible India” campaign. As part of the Centenary celebrations, the National Museum of Indian Cinema, a first of its kind in India, would showcase the evolution of Indian Cinema, which is being built in Mumbai and is expected to be inaugurated during the centenary year celebrations.

Regarding skill development in the film sector, the Minister said that the two Institutes under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, namely, Film and Television Institute (FTII), Pune and Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (SRFTI), Kolkata were being upgraded to cater to the ever-increasing, highly skilled and specialized manpower requirement of the film and TV industry.  Measures were being taken to declare these two Institutes, as Institutions of National Importance through an Act of the Parliament.

The Minister added that the winners of the awards in various categories had reinforced the belief in the motto of the National Film Awards that there was only one recognition “GOOD CINEMA”. The ‘Good Cinema’ provided a platform for film centres to emerge all over the country thereby reflecting the vibrant socio cultural identity of our country in the realm of cinema.

Some of the key highlights of this year’s National Film Awards are as follows:

·        The Dadasaheb Phalke Award for the year 2010 was conferred to Shri K.  Balachander, the veteran film maker.  The award is conferred by the Government of India for outstanding contribution to the growth and development of Indian Cinema.  The award consists of a Swarn Kamal, a cash prize of Rs.10 lakhs and a shawl. The award is given on the recommendations of a committee of eminent persons.

·        Four child artists were awarded the National Award this time for various films, these include:

1.       Harsh Mayar for the film “I am Kalam” – resides in Dakshinpuri, Delhi.

2.       Shantanu Ranganekar for the film “Champions”.

3.       Machindra Gadekar for the film “Champions” – Lives in Dharavi, Mumbai.

4.       Vivek Chabukswar for the film “Baboo Band Baaja”.

·        For the category of the Best Actor & Actress

1.       K Dhanush – First time National Award Winner for the film ‘Aadukalam’ (Tamil).  The actor who is also Rajnikant’s son-in-law would be given a Rajat Kamal and Rs.50,000/- cash.

2.       Salim Kumar – for the film ‘Adaminte Makan Abu’ (Malayalam) in which he has played a protagonist in serious role for the first time. He has been awarded the a Rajat Kamal and Rs.50000/- cash.

3.       Mitalee Jagtap Varadkar – for the film ‘Baboo Band Baaja’ (Marathi). She has been awarded a Rajat Kamal and Rs.50000/- (sharing).

4.       Saranya Ponvannan – for the film ‘Thenmerkku Paruvakkatru’ (Tamil). She has been awarded a Rajat Kamal and Rs.50000/- (sharing).

·        For the Category of Best Feature Film, ‘Adaminte Makan Abu’ (Malayalam) film Produced by Shri Salim Ahamad and Ashraf Bedi, were given the Swarn Kamal and Rs.2,50,000/- each.

·        Indira Gandhi Award for Best Debut Film of a Director was given to ‘Baboo Band Baaja’ (Marathi), Directed by Rajesh Pinjani, Produced by Neeta Jadhav. The winners were awarded Swarn Kamal and Rs.1,25,000/- each.

·        The award for Best Popular Film providing Wholesome Entertainment has been given to ‘Dabangg’ (Hindi), produced by Arbaaz Khan, Malaika Arora Khan and Dhilin Mehta, Directed by Abhinav Singh Kashyap.

·        The Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration has been given to ‘Moner Manush’. The Film is an Indo-Bangladesh collaboration venture. One of the Producers Mr. Habibur Rehman, is from Bangladesh.

·        The Award for the Best Hindi Film has been given to ‘Do Dooni Chaar’ Produced by Arindam Chaudhuri and Directd by Habib Faisal.

·        The film ‘Aadukalam’ has  won 6 Awards in various categories:

Best Director to Vetri Maaran

Best Actor to K.Dhanush

Best Screenplay (Original) to Vetri Maaran

Best Editing to T.E Kishore

Best Choreography to V.Dinesh Kumar

Special Mention to V.I.S Jayapalan, who is a Sri Lankan actor

·        The film ‘Adaminte Makan Abu’ has  won 4 Awards:

Best Feature Film

Best Actor to Salim Kumar

Best Cinematography to Madhu Ambat

Best Music direction to Issac Thomas Kottukapally

·        The award for the Best Book on Cinema has been given to Vijaya Mulay at the age of 90 years.

·        The film ‘Ishqiya’ has won 4 Awards:

Best Audiography – Location Sound Recordist to Kaamod Kharade

Best Audiography – Re-recordist of the final mixed track to Debajit Changmai

Best Music Direction – Music Director to Vishal Bhardwaj

Best Female Playback Singer – to Rekha Bhardwaj.

 

(source: PIB)

International Museum Day Celebrated

The Union Ministry of Culture today celebrated International Museum Day. Several functions were organised at government of India Museums all over the country to mark the occasion. Free entry to public was given in Allahabad Museum, Allahabad, Chennai Museum, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Indian Museum, Kolkata, National Council of Science Museums, National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru, National Museum, New Delhi, Salar Jung Museum, Hyderabad, Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkata, Museums at Sarnath, Nalanda, Konark, Nagarjuna Konda and 40 other site museums of Archaeological Survey of India. Lectures, seminars, on the spot painting competitions, special film shows were organised at several places as part of celebrations.

National Museum, New Delhi organised a public lecture on BUDDHIST ART AND ITS IMPACT ON CENTRAL ASIA. Tagore National Fellow Dr. Chhaya Bhattacharya-Heasner delivered the address. The Museum also organised a North East Panorama showcasing Photographs, Documentary Films, Artefacts, Attire, Jewellery, Live Handicrafts. The administrator of the National Museum Dr. C.V. Ananda Bose launched DVDs of the Documentary Film THE KHASIS OF MEGHALAYA. A gallery talk by the Museum curator ion INDIAN COINS THROUGH THE AGES was also organised. Special film shows on INDIAN ART AND CULTURE were organised in the museum auditorium.

The Delhi chapter of Archaeological Survey of India celebrated International Museum Day with the theme “Museum and Memory” at the Children’s Museum, Siri Fort. The celebrations included an on the spot painting competition of objects and artefacts on display in the museum for school children.

Source: PIB

Tagore National Fellowship for Cultural Research Modified

The Ministry of Culture introduced in November, 2009, a new scheme by the name of “Visiting Fellows in Art, Culture & Heritage”. Later, to mark the Commemoration of the 150th Birth Anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore, the scheme was renamed as “Tagore National Fellowship for Cultural Research”.

The objective of this prestigious scheme was to invigorate and revitalize the various institutions under the Ministry of Culture which have vast ‘treasures’ in the form of manuscripts, documents, artifacts, antiquities and paintings. It was meant to encourage serious researches into our cultural resources so that the nation stands to benefits from the results. Museums, for instance, could hardly display more than a small percentage of their entire holdings and they could use this scheme to encourage research and analysis of the objects that are not usually available for public viewing or use.

Under the scheme, scholars of iconic stature were to be invited to devote 2 years of their time to pursue research in one or more of the 17 cultural institutions covered by the scheme, so as to produce a valuable work based on the resources available in the institutions, to make those known to the wider public. In all, 13 scholars were selected as Tagore National Fellows, in the first cycle of selections. Details of selected Fellows are attached.

During the course of meetings of the NSC in which these 13 Tagore National Fellows were selected, members felt that, to prove more effective, the Scheme needed certain improvements, and made various suggestions in this regard. Based on the suggestions made by the NSC, Ministry of Culture has issued a modified scheme of Tagore National Fellowship for Cultural Research.

Following are the highlights of the modified Scheme:

1) While the existing scheme covers only 17 institutions under the Ministry of Culture (MoC), including one supported by it, the modified scheme will cover 29 MoC institutions, including all the three National Akademies and seven Zonal Cultural Centres.

2) Apart from Ministry’s own institutions, the modified scheme will also cover other selected institutions that are not under the Ministry of Culture, but have cultural resources waiting to be explored. While eight such institutions stand covered by the modified scheme announced today, other Non-MoC institutions that seek to take advantage of this scheme will be free to approach the Ministry of Culture for their inclusion. Such institutions whose name is approved by the NSC will keep getting included in the scheme.

3) All the 13 Fellows selected in the first round of selections, were selected by the NSC from out of the applications received for the Fellowship. Since it was felt that many top-grade scholars are reluctant to apply as non-acceptance of their application may harm their reputation, the modified scheme lays a greater emphasis on ‘Search and Invitation’ mode of selection.

4) In the first two rounds of its meetings, NSC felt that there are many scholars who are not of iconic stature but have a standing and can do research projects that may be very useful to the cultural institutions in disseminating their resources. Hence, the modified scheme incorporates a second category of scholars, to be known as Tagore Research Scholars, who will be paid a monthly honorarium of Rs. 50,000/- as against the honorarium of Rs. 80,000/- per month payable to Tagore National Fellows. Under this category, upto 25 awards will be given in a year. These will be in addition to 15 Tagore National Fellowships to be awarded each year.

5) Since the scheme seeks to employ the best of scholars in the field, some more flexibility has been built into the scheme. For instance, the Fellowship slots that cannot be filled in a particular financial year can now be carried forward to the immediate next financial year. Provisions relating to publication of research work resulting from the award of the Fellowship have also been made more flexible, to make co-publications possible.

6) Many provisions of the existing scheme have been elaborated to bring in greater clarity. For example, the modified scheme makes it explicitly clear that if a member of the Institutional Level Committee or the National Selection Committee applies for the Fellowship, he/she will not be invited to the Committee meeting in which his/her own case comes up for consideration and, in the event of his/her selection, such member will stand dissociated from the Committee.

The Ministry of Culture has invited applications/nominations, with 30th June, 2011 as the cut off date for receipt of applications for selections in the current cycle.

Source: PIB

CSTT Commemorates Golden Jubilee Celebration

The Three day Golden Jubilee Celebration of the Commission for Scientific and Technical Terminology was inaugurated here today. On this occasion the Chief Guest Dr. D. Purandeswari, Minister of state for Human Resource Development stressed on the importance of using hindi language in scientific and technical terminology. She said that thoughts and feelings can best be expressed through languages. She further added that the Commission will remain committed in rendering valuable services in the future also. On this occasion she launched a website on technical terms in Hindi language. She also released four books on scientific terminology including a book on administrative terminology. Officials from the Ministry of Human Resource Development Smt. Vibha Puri Das, Secretary (HE), Dr. Anita Bhatnagar Jain, Joint Secretary (Languages and Administration) and Prof. Vijay Kumar, Director, Central Hindi Institute, Agra were also present on the occasion.

 

Source: PIB

P V Akilan

by Sangeeta Kumari

Noted Tamil writer P V Akilan was born on June 27, 1922 at Perungalore in Tamilnadu He was a versatile writer He has wrote short stories, novels, plays, scripts, critic as well as journalist and satarist He participated in free fighting His father was Lingam Pillai and Mother was Amirthammal His father died in early age and so mother took the responsibility of looking after him He worked as government servent in Railway Mail Service and All India Radio.

He got several awards including the prestigious awards like Jnanpith Award (1975, Chitra pavai), Sahithya academy (1963, Vengayin Mainthan) Akilan had written amost 50 titles ‘Vengayin mainthan’ is one the most famous book based on Chola Dynasty.

FUEL Punjabi Meet : A move to standardize Punjabi Computing terminology

FUEL Punjabi is an initiative to standardize the translated terms of Punjabi language used in the interface of the Punjabi computer programs. FUEL Punjabi Meet is being organized on 4th and 5th of March in Ludhiana. The first of this kind of meet, FUEL Punjabi Meet for Punjabi language computing terminology is being hosted by Punjabi Sahit Academy, Ludhiana. A community project, FUEL Project is organizing this event in association with Punjabi Linux Technology Group, the community involved in the localization of Linux desktop and other important software of Punjabi. The Meet would greatly enhance the usability of the Punjabi desktop.

In this meet, group of people from several field like technology, translation, localization, journalism, language will gather together to discuss on the entries that are being used frequently by computer users and they will make consensus in the meet about the terminology. This group of people will discuss around 600 entries selected from most used applications like browser, email client, editor, office-suit, messenger etc. At the end of the meet, the group will release the list called FUEL Punjabi list as an standardized lsit that can be used a a reference point for Punjabi localization.

Prior to this FUEL Punjabi Meet, FUEL has successfully organized seven languages meet for different languages of India.  FUEL (https://fedorahosted.org/fuel) aims at solving the problem of inconsistency and lack of standardization in computer software translation across the platform for all languages. FUEL  (Frequently Used Entries for Localization) Project is run by a community of volunteers who love to work together with a common task of making native desktop more usable for the end user. The FUEL project is initiated by Red Hat. In a short span of time, FUEL has got support and participation of organization like Sarai, C-DAC, Acharya Nagarjuna University, IndLinux, A. N. Sinha Institute of Socail Studies, Maithili Academy, Gujarati Lexicon, Infineon Infotech, NRCFOSS, SICSR, Gnunify, PLUG, SMC etc. Open Source Communities of languages like Chhattisgarhi (hne), Gujarati (gu) , Hindi (hi), Maithili (mai), Malayalam (ml), Marathi (mr), Punjabi (pa), Oriya (or), Tamil (ta), and Telugu (te) have given full fledged support to FUEL project. FUEL project is currently hosted and being maintained at fedorahosted.org. Till now, seven different workshops for seven languages have been organized by language communities in the different part of India. Acceptability and use of the project is also increasing day by day. For example, FUEL is used as the primary terminology reference in Virtaal tool for Indian languages. Also, FUEL is used for several languages in Pootle. Pootle is an online translation management tool with translation interface. FUEL project started with the idea to create standard terminology for Frequently Used Entries for Localization and so it is named as FUEL. Terminology was the primary concern. But later on, it was understood that merely creating terminological resources is not an end in itself. There should be one language wise style and convention guide. Particularly in open content field, communities lack these resources and so they get trouble in localizing any content in their own language. FUEL Hindi community is now engaged in creating style and convention guide for computer localization.

All India Musicians Group meets PM

Ministry of Culture organized a historic meeting of eminent musicians from both the Carnatic and Hindustani traditions of classical music, under the aegis of All India Musicians Group (AIMG), with the Prime Minister (who is also Minister for Culture) Dr. Manmohan Singh here today.

The delegation represented the finest exponents of Indian classical tradition, especially the musical one. The AIMG members present at the meeting were Pt. Ajoy Chakrabarty, Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia, Ustad Zakir Husain, Pt. Rajan Mishra, Pt. Shivkumar Sharma (All North Indian (Hindustani) Music) Shri Ravikiran Chitravina, Shri T N Krishnan, Smt Sudha Raghunathan and Shri U Shrinivas (All South Indian (Carnatic) Music). Pt. Arvind Parikh participated in the meeting as Convener and Pt Vijay Kichlu – Kolkata, Pt. Sajan Mishra – Delhi, Shri Ashok Vajpeyi – Delhi as Observers.

During the meeting AIMG raised a number of issues. These covered the Guru Shishya parampara, the revitalization of state and other akademies, the need to inject public sector and corporate funds for the classical arts; the possibility of a dedicated TV channel for the classical arts; re-emphasizing of music education in schools and developing a national repository of the performing arts of India.

The Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh in his response to the issues raised by members of the AIMG said that he recognized their contribution to taking forward the cultural heritage of India. He stated that it was necessary to have in place adequate institutional arrangements to support these arts. He mentioned that classical arts are the soul of India and their presence reminds us all of the great cultural and civilizational tradition of India. PM agreed with the delegation that India’s emergence as an economic power could only be completed when our country’s profile adequately reflects our ‘soft power’ as reflected by our achievements in the cultural field. He also said that funding of the projects suggested by the AIMG should not normally be a problem and he looked forward to another meeting with the Group, after some work has been done on their suggestions.

41st IFFI wiil begin from 22nd Nov

The ten day 41st International Film Festival of India (IFFI) will commence on 22nd Nov. 2010 at Goa. This year’s festival shall feature important changes. The Competition Section has been made open to all feature films from across the world. Earlier, this section was restricted to feature films from Asia, Asia Pacific, Africa and Latin America. 18 films (15 foreign and 3 Indian) feature films have been short listed for participation.

Another key change in this year’s festival is the introduction of new awards viz., Best Actor and Best Actress under Competition Section. The Best Film would be awarded Golden Peacock and given a Prize money of Rs.40 lakh, the Best Director would be awarded Silver Peacock and given a Prize money of Rs.15 lakh, Best Actor would be given a Silver Peacock and given a Prize money of Rs.10 lakh, Best Actress would be given a Silver Peacock and given a Prize money of Rs.10 lakh, Special Jury Award given a Silver Peacock and given a Prize money of Rs.15 lakh.

The Indian panorama shall feature 26 feature films, these include Achin Paakhi, Abohomaan, Maner Manush, Ami Aadu (Bengali), Three Idiots, Wake-up-Sid, Paa (Hindi), Kaal Chilambu (Malayalam), Ravanan (Tamil), Me Sindhuthai Sapkal (Marathi) which is the opening film of the Panorama, Shabari (Kannada), Swamyamsiddha (Odiya). There will be 21 Non-Feature Films showcased in the Indian Panorama. “Leaving Home” will be the opening film for the Non feature film category.

Another key aspect of the festival will be the commemoration of the Golden Jubilee of the Film & Television Institute of India. Five non feature films curated by the institute will be screened. As part of the celebrations of the Platinum Jubilee of Odiya Cinema, five Odiya films will be screened during the festival. There will also be screening of two films associated with the work of the ‘Dada Saheb Phalke Awardees’ namely V.K. Murti and D. Ramanaidu. Apart from the above, birth centenary of luminaries of Indian Cinema which include Ashok Kumar shall be observed with the screening of their films.

As part of the festival, a special screening of India’s Oscar entry ‘Peepli Live’ in the presence of important cast and crew members is also scheduled. A key highlight of the festival pertains to the foreign section participation during the festival. There will be a Cannes Kaledioscope 2010, a comprehensive package of films that made into Cannes this year. The films include ‘Film Socialism’ by Jean Lun Godard. There will also be a package of ten Iranian films with high aesthetic content to be represented by respective film makers, cast and crew members. Amongst the retrospectives scheduled for prominent film makers, the list includes Jan Jakub Kolski Retrospective, Jim Jarmusch Restrospective, Michael Cacoyannis Retrospective and Mira Nair Retrospective.

The country focus during the festival shall be Sri Lanka, Taiwaenese New Wave Cinema and a section on Australian Indigenous Fiction Films. IFFI would also pay homage to the Iconic French film maker, Eric Rohmer, who passed away this year. Six of his films would be screened.

The ten day festival shall be inaugurated by Union Railway Minister Mamta Banerjee and the Chief Guest of the function will be the renowned film Producer and Director Yash Chopra.

(Source: PIB)

Sahitya Akademi – Gujarati

Sahitya Akademi is India’s National Academy of Letters supported by government of India. Sahitya Akademi Award is one of the highest literary honor in India which annually confers on writers of outstanding works in one of the following twenty four major Indian languages that Sahiya Academi supports. Every year since its inception in 1954, the Sahitya Akademi awards prizes Aka. Awards-Brochureto the most outstanding books of literary merit published in any of the major Indian languages recognised by it. The award carries a monetary component (Rs. 50, 000) and a plaque. Sahitya Akademi gives twenty four awards to literary works in the languages it has recognised. These awards are given after an year-long process of scrutiny, discussion and selection. The awards are meant to recognise and promote excellence in Indian writing and expanding the very definition of Indian literature by acknowledging new trends and movements. They are a reflection of current tastes and contribute to the formation of an Indian sensibility.

The award for Gjuarati language started in 1955. No awards were in given in 1957, 1959, 1966, 1972 in Gujarati language catagory.

Year Book Author
2007 Gazal-Samhita (Poetry) Rajendra Shukla
2006 Aatano Suraj (Essays) Ratilal ‘Anil’
2005 Akhand Zalar Vage (Poetry) Suresh Dalal
2004 Saundaryani Nadi Narmada(Travelogue) Amritlal Vegad
2003 Akhepatar (Novel) Bindu Giradharlal Bhatt
2002 Tattvamasi (Novel) Dhruv Prabodhrai Bhatt
2001 Agantuk (Novel) Dhiruben Patel
2000 Dhundhabhari Khin (Novel) Vinesh Antani
1999 Gujarati Sahiyta- Purvardha Uttarardha (Criticism) Niranjan N. Bhagat
1998 Vank-dekham Vivechano (Criticism) Jayant Kothari
1997 Kuvo (Novel) Ashokpuri Goswami
1996 Andhari Galima Safed Tapakan (Short stories) Himanshi Shelat
1995 Ansar (Novel) Varsha M. Adalja
1994 Vitan Sud Beej (Poetry) Ramesh Parekh
1993 Agnikundaman Ugelun Gulab (Biography) Narayan Desai
1992 Devoni Ghati (Travelogue) Bholabhai Patel
1991 Tolan Aawaz Ghunghat (Poetry) Labhshanker Thaker
1990 Statue (Essays) Anil R. Joshi
1989 Angaliat (Novel) Joseph Macwan
1988 Asooryalok (Novel) Bhagwatikumar Sharma
1987 Jatayu (Poetry) Sitanshu Yashaschandra
1986 Dhoolmani Paglio (Reminiscences) Chandrakant T. Sheth
1985 Sat Paglan Aakashman (Novel) Kundanika Kapadia
1984 Vivechanni Prakriya (Literary criticism) Ramanlal Joshi
1983 Chintayami Manasa (Essays) Suresh Joshi
1982 Lilero Dhal (Poetry) Priyakant Maniar
1981 Rachna ane Samrachna (Criticism) Harivallabh Bhayani
1982 Anunaya (Poetry) Jayant Pathak
1983 Vamal Nan Van (Poetry) Jagdish Joshi
1984 Hayati (Poetry) Harindra Dave
1985 Uparvas Kathatrayi (Novel) Raghuvir Chaudhari
1986 Aswattha (Poetry) N.K. Pandya `Ushanas’
1975 Socrates (Novel) Manubhai Pancholi `Darshak’
1974 Tartamya (Literary criticism) Anantrai M. Raval
1973 Kavini Shraddha (Literary criticism) Umashankar Joshi
1971 Natya Gathariyan (Travelogue) C.C. Mehta
1970 Abhinavano Rasavichar (Literary criticism) Nagindas Parekh
1969 Kulkathao (Pen-portraits) Swami Anand
1968 Avalokana (Literary reviews) Sundaram (Tribhuvandas P. Luhar)
1967 Gujarati Bhashanum Dhwani-Swarup and Dhwani-Parivartan (Linguistic study) P.B. Pandit
1965 Jeevan-Vyavastha (Essays) Kakasaheb Kalelkar
1964 Naivedya (Essays) Dolarrai R. Mankad
1963 Shant Kolahal (Poetry) Rajendra Shah
1962 Upayana (Critical writings) V.R. Trivedi
1961 Kachhnun Sanskrit Darshan (A cutlural survey) Ram Singhji Rathod
1960 Sharvilak (Play) Rasiklal C. Parekh
1958 Darshan ane Chintan (Philosophical essays) Pandit Sukhlal
1956 Brihat – Pingal (Treatise on prosody) Ramnarayan Pathak
1955 Mahadev Bhaini Diary (Memoirs) Mahadev Desai
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