Who has been honoured with the 2018 Sahitya Akademi Bhasha Samman award?

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Reyansh Singh asked 11-Mar-2018 in Current affair by Reyansh Singh

Who has been honoured with the 2018 Sahitya Akademi Bhasha Samman award?


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akriti kashyap answered 01-Jun-2018 by akriti kashyap

*Shesh Anand Madhukar*

Who has been honoured with the 2018 Sahitya Akademi Bhasha Samman award?

One of the prominent Magahi author and researcher has been respected with the 2018 Sahitya Akademi Bhasha Samman grant at Sahitya Akademi Auditorium, New Delhi. The honor comprises Rs 1 lakh check and a keepsake. Madhukar is the second essayist of Magahi dialect to be given the honor. He has been working broadly for the improvement of the dialect. In his long and celebrated vocation, he has a vast assemblage of work shockingly in both Magahi and Hindi. A portion of his vital works in Hindi is "Magahi Kavita Ke Bimb", "Eklavya", and "Bhagwan Birsa". In Magahi, his all-around acclaimed works are "Eklavya" and "Magahi Bhulachal Hey". Right now, Sahitya Akademi respects essayists from 24 provincial dialects, however Bhasha Samman distinguishes those dialects which are similarly talked in various parts of the nation. The honor is an endeavor to make the journalists of different dialects feels similarly critical.

About Shesh Anand Madhukar
Madhukar began his vocation as an instructor in Hindi at the BSK College, Methan in 1966 and in the long run turned into a peruser and educator at the Saint Columba College, Hazaribagh.
he has an extensive assemblage of work amazingly in both Magahi and Hindi. A portion of his critical works in Hindi is "Magahi Kavita Ke Bimb", "Eklavya", and "Bhagwan Birsa". In Magahi, his all-around acclaimed works are "Eklavya" and "Magahi Bhulachal Hey".

About the Sahitya Akademi
Sahitya Akademi gives yearly books to exceptional books and brilliant interpretations in 24 perceived dialects. All things being equal, the Akademi understands that in a multilingual nation like India, where there are a few hundred dialects and sub-dialects, it ought to be stretched out past the perceived dialects and non-certify dialects and also imaginative writing and in addition, scholarly research Should energize.


History of dialect respects
To start with dialect respects were given in the year 1996, in which Shri Dhariking Mishra (Bhojpuri), Shri Banshi Ram Sharma and Shri M.R. Thakur (Himachali), Shri K. Jatappa Rai and Mr. Mandar Keshav Bhatt (Tulu) and Shri Chandrakant Murra Singh (Kakborok) were regarded for their commitment in the advancement of their own dialects.
Prize cash Rs. 50,000/ – (In 2001, its prize cash was expanded from Rs.25,000/ – to Rs.40,000/ – and from the year 2003 to Rs.40,000/ – has been expanded to 50,000/-, This is the initial phase in the achievement of this target. Based on the suggestions of the board of trustees of specialists constituted, for this reason, this respect is given to 3-4 people every year for various dialects.


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