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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.

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.

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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)

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)

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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

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

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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