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Sahitya Akademi Translators' Meet 2020, 31/12/2021.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi Translation Award 2020 presentation ceremony, 30/12/2021

 
   

Virtual Seminar on Contribution of Kashi to Indian Literature, 30/12/2021

 
   

Sahitya Akademi announced its Annual Yuva Puraskar-2021 in 22 languages today.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi announced its Annual Bal Sahitya Puraskar-2021 in 22 languages today.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi announced its Annual Sahitya Akademi Award-2021 in 20 languages today.

 
   

Webline Literature Series on Contribution of KASHI to Indian Literature, 29/12/2021.

 
   

Translation Award 2020 presentation ceremony to be held on 30th December 2021.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi organises Seminar on the Contribution of Kashi to Indian Literature, 27-12-2021.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi organised National Seminar on ‘Oral Epics in Unwritten Languages’ New Delhi, 08-09 Dec 2021

 
   

Sahitya Akademi organised National Seminar on ‘Oral Epics in Unwritten Languages’ New Delhi-8/12/2021

 
   

National Seminar on Saint Poet Madhavadeva New Delhi, 26th - 27th November 2021

 
   

National Seminar on Saint Poet Madhavadeva New Delhi, 26th November 2021

 
   

‘National Seminar: Saint Poet Madhavadeva’ on 26-27 Nov 2021 at Sahitya Akademi Conference Hall, Rabindra Bhavan, New Delhi.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi organised Kashmiri Young Writers' Meet, 22 November 2021 at K.L. Sehgal Hall, Jammu.

 
   

Online discussion organized by Sahitya Akademi titled Reading Literature: New Directions, 22/11/2021.

 
   

Book Exhibition &Sale 16-22 Nov 2021, Inaugurated by Eminent Poet & Writer Suresh Rituparna @ Sahitya Akademi Rabindra Bhavan, New Delhi 16.11.2021

 
   

BAL SAHITYA PURASKAR 2020 PRESENTATION, JAYADEV BHAVAN, BHUBANESWAR, Dt. 14.11.2021

 
   

A Tribute to Prof. Satya Vrat Shastri, distinguished Sanskrit scholar, Writer and Fellow of Sahitya Akademi, who passed away on 14/11/2021

 
   

Bal Sahitya Puraskar 2020 presentation to the distinguished writers in 24 Indian languages

 
   

Sahitya Akademi invite books in all 24 languages recognized by the Akademi for Sahitya Akademi Yuva Puraskar 2022.

 
   

Bal Sahitya Puraskar 2020 presentation to the distinguished writers in 24 Indian languages

 
   

Lori Writing Competition in all Indian languages, as announced by the Hon'ble Prime Minister of India in Mann Ki Baat programme on 24 October 2021

 
   

Deshbhakti Geet Writing Competition in all Indian languages, as announced by the Hon'ble Prime Minister of India in Mann Ki Baat programme on 24 October 2021

 
   

Yuva Puraskar 2020 Awardees’ Meet held on 18 October 2021 at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Bengaluru.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi Yuva Puraskar 2020 Presentation Ceremony 17/10/2021 at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, High Grounds, Bengaluru.

 
   

SAHITYA AKADEMI PAYS TRIBUTE TO LATE DR. AZIZ HAJINI, 30/9/2021.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi announces Yuva Puraskar 2020 in Rajasthani language.

 
   

Announcement of Sahitya Akademi Bhasha Samman in Bhojpuri and Tiwa languages.

 
   

‘Writers’ Meet’ 19 September 2021, Sahitya Akademi Auditorium, New Delhi.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi Award 2020 Presentation.

 
   

Announcement of Sahitya Akademi’s Fellowship.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi Translation Prize 2020 in 24 Indian Languages announced.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi Annual Award presentation function at 5.00 pm on 18 September 2021 at Kamani Auditorium, 1 Copernicus Marg, New Delhi.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi announces its Bal Sahitya Puraskar 2020 in Sanskrit.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi announces its Bal Sahitya Puraskar 2020 in Tamil.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi announces its Main Award 2020 in Nepali.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi announces its Main Award 2020 in Rajasthani.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi announces its Yuva Puraskar 2020 in Bengali and Marathi.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi announces its Main Award 2020 in Malayalam

 
   

Sahitya Akademi announces its Main Award 2020 in Odia

 
   

Sahitya Akademi organized an ‘All India Bodo Young Writers’ Meet’ programme, 20/8/2021.

 
   

Inauguration of Tamil Book Exhibition by eminent Tamil Writer & Journalist Maalan at Sahitya Akademi, Rabindra Bhavan, New Delhi, 18/8/2021.

 
   

Alive to the need to make various language publications to the residents of Delhi, Sahitya Akademi plans to launch language-wise book exhibition in New Delhi.

 
   

Celebration of ‘International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples’, 11/8/2021.

 
   

Celebration of 'International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples', 10/8/2021.

 
   

Celebration of 'International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples', 9/8/2021.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi announces its Bal Sahitya Puraskar for the year 2020 in Malayalam language, 16/7/2021.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi announces its annual Yuva Puraskar for the year 2020 in three languages, 16/7/2021.

 
   

'All India Bodo Women Writers' Meet' organized by Sahitya Akademi in collaboration with Bodo Women Writers Association, 30 June, 2021.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi organized an All India Women Writers’ Meet on 23 June 2021 with eminent writers from all over India on virtual platform.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi virtually organized ‘All India Young Writers’ Meet’ under its Webline Literature Series on 16 June, 2021.

 
   

Condolence Meeting organized by Sahitya Akademi to pay homage to Sri Sankh Ghosh, distinguished writer of Modern Indian Literature, poet and Fellow of Sahitya Akademi, 7/5/2021.

 
   

Condolence Meeting to pay homage to Sri Sankh Ghosh, distinguished writer of Modern Indian Literature, poet and Fellow of Sahitya Akademi, 7/5/2021.

 
   

A condolence meeting was organized by Sahitya Akademi in respect of Prof. Manoj Das, on 05 May 2021.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi organized an online National Seminar to commemorate 400th birth anniversary of Guru Tegh Bahadur ji on 1 May 2021.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi deeply mourns the passing away of Prof. Manoj Das, distinguished bilingual writer, scholar and Fellow of Sahitya Akademi on 27 April, 2021.

 
   

A Tribute to Distinguished writer of Modern Indian Literature and Fellow of Sahitya Akademi, Sri Sankha Ghosh died on 21/4/2021.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi deeply saddened and shocked by the sudden demise of one of the distinguished writers of Modern Indian literature as well as the Fellow of Sahitya Akademi, Sri Sakha Ghosh on 21st April, 2021.

 
   

Festival of Letters of Sahitya Akademi from 12 March to 14 March 2021

Translator’s Meet

 
   

Festival of Letters of Sahitya Akademi from 12 March to 14 March 2021

Translator’s Meet

 
   

Presentation of Sahitya Akademi Translation Prize.

 
   

Presentation of Sahitya Akademi Translation Prize.

 
   

Festival of Letters 2021 of Sahitya Akademi began.

 
   

Festival of Letters of Sahitya Akademi from 12 March to 14 March 2021.

 
   

Festival of Letters of Sahitya Akademi from 12 March to 14 March 2021.

 
   

Sahitya Akademi 'Festival of Letters 2021' from 12th-14th March, 2021 at Sahitya Akademi, Rabindra Bhavan, New Delhi.

 
   

Distinguished scholar, writer, translator and critic, Professor Velcheru Narayana Rao as Honorary Fellow of Sahitya Akademi.

 

 

 


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