When Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai got Ezhuthachan Award?

October 19, 2019 Off By idswater

When Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai got Ezhuthachan Award?

1994
The recipients of the Ezhuthachan Puraskaram are Sooranad Kunjan Pillai (1993); Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai (1994); Balamani Amma (1995); K. M.

Who won Ezhuthachan Award in 2021?

writer Paul Zacharia
Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan handed over Ezhuthachan Award to writer Paul Zacharia. The chief minister said during the award ceremony that Zacharia’s works motivates the society and communities for a self-evaluation.

Who got Sachin puraskaram in 2020?

Zacharia was chosen for his contribution to Malayalam literature during the past five decades. A five-member jury, headed by Kerala Sahitya Akademi President Vyshakhan, selected him for the award.

Who won Ezhuthachan Puraskaram?

Writer Paul Zacharia
Writer Paul Zacharia has been selected for the 28th Ezhuthachan Puraskaram, the highest literary honour of the Kerala government. Announcing the award here on Sunday, Culture Minister A.K.

Who got Odakkuzhal award in 2020?

The award carries a monetary award of INR 30000, a plaque, and a citation. Balakavi Raman won the first 1968 Odakkuzhal Award for his work ‘Narayaneeyam’ (Tamil translation) in 1969. N Prabhakaran has won 2019 Odakkuzhal Award for his work ‘Mayamanushyar’ in 2020.

Who got the first Odakkuzhal award?

Vennikulam Gopalakurup
Vennikulam Gopalakurup was the first recipient of the Odakkuzhal Award in 1969.2013 KR Meera’s novel ‘Aarachaar’ won the Odakkuzhal Award.

Who got mathrubhumi award in 2020?

K. Satchidanandan
Recipients

Year Recipient
2017 M. K. Sanu
2018 N. S. Madhavan
2019 U. A. Khader
2020 K. Satchidanandan

Who got the Odakkuzhal award in 2020?

Balakavi Raman won the first 1968 Odakkuzhal Award for his work ‘Narayaneeyam’ (Tamil translation) in 1969. N Prabhakaran has won 2019 Odakkuzhal Award for his work ‘Mayamanushyar’ in 2020.

Who invented Odakkuzhal award?

poet G. Sankara Kurup
Odakkuzhal Award ( transl. flute award) is an Indian literary award given every year to writers for a particular outstanding work of him/her in Malayalam–language. The award was founded in 1969 by poet G. Sankara Kurup to commemorate the Jnanpith Award he had won.

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