The Sahitya Akademi fellowship is awarded to 'literary persons of outstanding merit'.
The 2021 winner, to receive GBP 50,000, will be announced on November 3 in an award ceremony held in partnership with the BBC at Broadcasting House's Radio Theatre.
S.B. Divya thought-provoking novel asks: If we won't see machines as human, will we instead see humans as machines?
The verses depict defiance of a weathered human soul disillusioned with conventional notions. Along with the bold posturing, there is a poetic sheen to the layout of logical reasoning.
The winners will be felicitated and awarded during the annual Kalinga Literary Festival (KLF), scheduled to be held from December 10 to 12 at Bhubaneswar.
The sprawling novel follows the life of the eponymous blind matriarch who lives on the topmost floor of an old house with many stories.
The Prize was set up in 2018 to enhance the prestige of literary achievement in India and create greater visibility for contemporary Indian writing.
In the latest book, the authors Sucheta Dalal and Debashis Basu take a hard look at the changes in capital market regulation and infrastructure after the Harshad Mehta scam
Amitav Ghosh argues that the nutmeg's violent trajectory from its native islands is revealing of a wider colonial mindset which justifies the exploitation of human life.
The amazing depiction of how children react to adult’s behavior pattern makes this book an interesting read. So, it would be a great reading experience for the adults too.