Bangla Academy Literary Award

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The Bangla Academy Literary Award, or Bangla Academy Shahitya Puroshkar (Bengali: বাংলা একাডেমি সাহিত্য পুরস্কার), is given by the Bangla Academy of Bangladesh in recognition of creative genius in advancement and overall contribution in the field of Bengali language and literature.[1]

It was introduced in 1960 and recognized six categories: poetry, novels, short stories, essays, juvenile literature and translation. Beginning in 1985, two more awards were introduced to recognize overall contributions to Bengali language and literature.

At present, the Bangla Academy award is given in three fields:

  • Poetry, novel, and short story
  • Research, essay, and science
  • Translation, drama, and juvenile literature

This is the list of all the recipients of the award since 1960.[2]

1960

  1. Farrukh Ahmed (poetry)
  2. Abul Mansur Ahmed (short story)
  3. Abul Hashem Khan (novel)
  4. Abdullah Hel Kafi (essay-research)
  5. Mohammad Barkatullah (essay-research)
  6. Askar Ibne Shaikh (drama)
  7. Khan Mohammad Moinuddin (juvenile literature)

1961

  1. Ahsan Habib (poetry)
  2. Syed Waliullah (novel)
  3. Mobin Uddin Ahmed (short story)
  4. Md Abdul Hai (essay-research)
  5. Nurul Momen (drama)
  6. Begum Hosney Ara (juvenile literature)

1962

  1. Sufia Kamal (poetry)
  2. Abul Fazal (novel)
  3. Shawkat Osman (short story)
  4. Akbar Ali (novel)
  5. Munier Chowdhury (drama)
  6. Bonde Ali Mia (juvenile literature)

1963

  1. Abul Hussain (poetry)
  2. Abu Ishaque (novel)
  3. Abu Rashid Matin Uddin (short story)
  4. Abdul Kadir (essay-research)
  5. Ibrahim Khan (drama)
  6. Kazi Kader Newaj (juvenile literature)

1964

  1. Sanaul Haque (poetry)
  2. Benzir Ahmed (poetry)
  3. Shamsuddin Abul Kalam (novel)
  4. Shahed Ali (short story)
  5. Muhammad Enamul Huq (essay-research)
  6. Akbaruddin (drama)
  7. Ashraf Siddiky (juvenile literature)
  8. Habibur Rahman (juvenile literature)

1965

  1. Talim Hossain (poetry)
  2. Mahbub Ul Alam (novel)
  3. Alauddin Al-Azad (short story)
  4. Mohammad Monsuruddin (essay-research)
  5. Obaidul Huq (drama)[3]
  6. Mohammad Modabber (juvenile literature)

1966

  1. Mahmuda Khatun Siddiqua (poetry)
  2. Kazi Afsaruddin Ahmed (novel)
  3. Syed Shamsul Haque (short story)
  4. Qazi Motahar Hossain (essay-research)
  5. Sikandar Abu Zafar (drama)
  6. Abu Zoha Nur Ahmed (juvenile literature)

1967

  1. Syed Ali Ahsan (poetry)
  2. Sarder Jayenuddin (novel)
  3. Abdul Gaffar Choudhury (short story)
  4. Mazharul Islam (essay-research)
  5. A. N. M. Bazlul Rashid (drama)
  6. Mohammad Nasir Ali (juvenile literature)

1968

  1. Al Mahmud (poetry)
  2. Abujafar Shamsuddin (novel)
  3. Shawkat Ali (short story)
  4. Ahmed Sharif (essay-research)
  5. Anis Chowdhury (drama)
  6. Rokanuzzaman Khan (juvenile literature)

1969

  1. Shamsur Rahman (poetry)
  2. Shahidullah Kaiser (novel)
  3. Borhanuddin Khan Jahangir (short story)
  4. Nilima Ibrahim (essay-research)
  5. Ali Mansur (drama)
  6. Golam Rahman (juvenile literature)

1970

  1. Ataur Rahman (poetry)
  2. Satyen Sen (novel)
  3. Hasan Azizul Huq (short story)
  4. Anisuzzaman (essay-research)
  5. Ibrahim Khalil (drama)
  6. Atoyar Rahman (juvenile literature)
  7. Abul Kalam Shamsuddin (translation)

1971

  1. Hasan Hafizur Rahman (poetry)
  2. Zahir Raihan (novel)
  3. Jyoti Prakash Dutta (short story)
  4. Mufazzal Haider Chaudhury (essay-research)
  5. Anwar Pasha (essay-research)
  6. Ekhlasuddin Ahmed (juvenile literature)

1972

  1. Abdul Gani Hazari (poetry)
  2. Mohammad Maniruzzaman (poetry)
  3. Rashid Karim (novel)
  4. Shahid Saber (short story)
  5. Badruddin Umar (essay-research)
  6. Kalyan Mitra (drama)

1973

  1. Fazal Shabauddin (poetry)
  2. Shahid Qadri (poetry)
  3. Rabeya Khatun (novel)
  4. Rahat Khan (short story)
  5. Syed Murtaza Ali (essay-research)
  6. Bulbul Osman (juvenile literature)
  7. Kabir Chowdhury (translation)

1974

  1. Sufi Motahar Hossain (poetry)
  2. Razia Khan (novel)
  3. Syed Atiqullah (short story)
  4. Abdul Haque (essay-research)
  5. Mobashwer Ali (essay-research)
  6. Sazedul Karim (juvenile literature)

1975

  1. Abul Hasan (poetry)
  2. Shams Rashid (novel)
  3. Minnat Ali (short story)
  4. Ali Ahmed (essay-research)
  5. Sayeed Ahmed (drama)
  6. Abdullah-Al-Muti (juvenile literature)
  7. Abdus Sattar (translation)

1976

  1. Matiul Islam (poetry)
  2. Dilara Hashim (novel)
  3. Sucharit Chowdhury (short story)
  4. Sirajuddin Kasimpuri (essay-research)
  5. Momtazuddin Ahmed (drama)
  6. Foyez Ahmed (juvenile literature)
  7. Sardar Fazlul Karim (translation)

1977

  1. Abdur Rashid Khan (poetry)
  2. Mohammad Mahfuzullah (poetry)
  3. Mahmudul Haque (novel)
  4. Mirza Abdul Hai (short story)
  5. Hasnat Abdul Hye (short story)
  6. Mamtazur Rahman Tarafdar (essay-research)
  7. Zia Haider (drama)
  8. Sukumar Barua (juvenile literature)
  9. Abdul Hafiz (translation)

1978

  1. K. M Shamser Ali (poetry)
  2. Imaul Haque (poetry)
  3. Razia Mazid (novel)
  4. Rizia Rahman (novel)
  5. Nazmul Alam (short story)
  6. Shahid Akhand (short story)
  7. Sirajul Islam Chowdhury (essay-research)
  8. Abdullah Al Mamun (drama)
  9. Kazi Abul Kashem (juvenile literature)
  10. Moniruddin Yusuf (translation)
  11. Abdur Rashid (translation)

1979

  1. Zillur Rahman Siddiqui (poetry)
  2. Abu Zafar Obaidullah (poetry)
  3. Abdus Shakur (short story)
  4. Zahrul Haque (essay-research)
  5. Ahmed Rafiq (essay-research)
  6. Shamsul Haque (juvenile literature)
  7. Abu Shahriar (translation)

1980

  1. Dilwar Khan (poetry)
  2. Selina Hossain (novel)
  3. Humayun Kadir (short story)
  4. Abu Mohamed Habibullah (essay-research)
  5. Al Kamal Abdul Ohab (juvenile literature)
  6. Neyamal Basir (translation)

1981

  1. Omar Ali (poetry)
  2. Rafiq Azad (poetry)
  3. Humayun Ahmed (novel)
  4. Laila Samad (short story)
  5. Abdul Mannan Syed (essay-research)
  6. Abul Kashem Fazlul Haque (essay-research)
  7. Halima Khatun (juvenile literature)
  8. Razia Mahbub (juvenile literature)
  9. Sunil Kumar Mukhopaddhay (juvenile litereature)

1982

  1. Nirmalendu Goon (poetry)
  2. Akhtaruzzaman Elias (short story)
  3. Ghulam Murshid (essay-research)
  4. Mustafa Nurul Islam (essay-research)
  5. Mamunur Rashid (drama)

1983

  1. Mahadev Saha (poetry)
  2. Subrata Barua (short story)
  3. Khalekdad Chowdhury (novel)
  4. Selim Al Deen (drama)
  5. Abul Hasna Md Ismail (essay-research)
  6. Mohammad Abdul Zabbar (essay-research)
  7. Hayat Mahmud (juvenile literature)
  8. Gazi Shamsur Rahman (translation)

1984

  1. Belal Chowdhury (poetry)
  2. Rashid Haider (novel)
  3. Muhammad Habibur Rahman (essay-research)
  4. Rafiqul Islam (essay-research)

1985

None

1986

  1. Mohammad Rafiq
  2. Humayun Azad

1987

  1. Asad Chowdhury
  2. Dwijen Sharma[4]

1988

  1. Abubakar Siddique
  2. Mohammad Nurul Huda

1989

  1. Azizul Haque
  2. Syed Akram Hossain

1990

  1. Mohammad Abdul Qayum
  2. Jahanara Imam

1991

  1. Bipradash Barua
  2. Habibullah Serajee

1992

  1. Imdadul Huq Milon
  2. Muntassir Mamoon

1993

  1. Bashir Al Helal
  2. Khaleda Adib Chowdhury

1994

  1. Wakil Ahmed
  2. Sikdar Aminul Haq

1995

  1. Syed Abul Maksud
  2. Shahriar Kabir

1996

  1. Moinul Ahsan Saber
  2. Syed Manzoorul Islam

1997

None

1998

  1. Sanjida Khatun
  2. Manju Sarker

1999

  1. Nasreen Jahan

2000

None

2001

  1. Kaysul Haque (poetry)
  2. Shamsuzzaman Khan (essay-research)
  3. Ali Imam (juvenile literature)

2002

  1. Zahidul Haque (poetry)
  2. Mobarak Hossain Khan (research)
  3. Abu Saleh (juvenile literature)

2003

  1. Abdul Hye Sikder (poetry)
  2. Saeed-Ur-Rahman (research)
  3. Musharraf Karim (juvenile literature)

2004

  1. Amjad Hossain (novel)
  2. Mojammel Hossain Mintu (short story)
  3. Asaddor Ali (bn) (research)
  4. Zafar Alam (translation)
  5. Muhammad Zafar Iqbal (science)
  6. Faridur Reza Sagar (juvenile literature)

2005

  1. Rezauddin Stalin (poetry)
  2. Mokbula Manzoor (novel)
  3. Abul Kalam Mohammed Zakaria (research)
  4. Fakhruzzaman Chowdhury (translation)

2006

  1. Shamsul Islam (poetry)
  2. Haripada Datta (novel)
  3. Ali Anwar (essay)
  4. Mohammad Ibrahim (science)
  5. Mannan Hira (drama)
  6. Amirul Islam (juvenile literature)

2007

  1. Monzure Mowla (poetry)
  2. Jatin Sarker (essay-research)
  3. Lutfor Rahman Riton (juvenile literature)

2008

  1. Mahbub Sadik (poetry)
  2. Karunamoy Goswami (essay-research)
  3. Helena Khan (juvenile literature)[5]

2009

  1. Arunabh Sarkar (poetry)
  2. Rabiul Hosain (poetry)
  3. Anwara Syed Haq (folk literature)
  4. Shushanta Mazumdar (folk literature)
  5. Abul Ahsan Chowdhury (research)
  6. Rafiqul Haque (juvenile literature)

2010

  1. Rubi Rahman (poetry)
  2. Nasir Ahmed (poetry)
  3. Bulbul Chowdhury (folk literature)
  4. Khan Sarwar Murshid (essay and research)
  5. Ajoy Roy (science and technology)
  6. Shahjahan Kibria (juvenile literature)[6]

2011

  1. Ashim Shaha (poetry)
  2. Kamal Chowdhury (poetry)
  3. Anisul Hoque (folk literature)
  4. Abdullah Abu Sayeed (essay)
  5. Biswajit Ghosh (research)
  6. Khaliquzzaman Ilias (translation)
  7. Belal Muhammad (literature on liberation war affairs)
  8. Baren Chakrabarti (travel story)
  9. Ali Ajgar (science, technology and environment)
  10. Akhter Hossain (juvenile literature)[7]

2012

  1. Sanaul Haque Khan (poetry)
  2. Abid Anwar (poetry)
  3. Harishanker Jaldas (bn) (folk literature)
  4. Sanat Kumar Saha (essay)
  5. Khondokar Sirajul Haque (research)
  6. Fakrul Alam (translation)
  7. Mahbub Alam (Liberation War-related writings)
  8. Tapan Chakrabarty] (science, technology and environment)[8]
  9. Mahbub Talukder (juvenile literature)

2013

  1. Helal Hafiz (poetry)
  2. Purabi Basu (folk literature)
  3. Mofidul Haq (essay)
  4. Jamil Chowdhury (research)
  5. Provangshu Tripura (research)
  6. Kaiser Haq (translation)
  7. Harun Habib (Liberation War-related writings)[9]
  8. Mahfuzur Rahman (autobiography and travel story)
  9. Shahidul Islam (science, technology and environment)
  10. Kaiser Chowdhury (juvenile literature)
  11. Aslam Sunny (juvenile literature)

2014

  1. Shihab Sarkar (poetry)
  2. Zakir Talukder (fiction)
  3. Shantanu Kaiser (essay)
  4. Bhuyian Iqbal (research)
  5. Abu Mohammad Delwar Hossain (literature on liberation war)
  6. Moynus Sultan (travel story)
  7. Khaleque bin Zainuddin (juvenile literature)[10]

2015

11 persons were awarded.[11][12]

  1. Altaf Hossain (poetry)
  2. Shaheen Akhtar (fiction)
  3. Abul Momen (essay)
  4. Atiur Rahman (essay)
  5. Moniruzzaman (research)
  6. Abdus Selim (translation)
  7. Tajul Mohammad (literature on liberation war)
  8. Faruq Ahmed Choudhury (biography and travel story)[13]
  9. Masum Reza (drama)
  10. Sharif Khan (science, technology and environment)
  11. Sujan Barua (juvenile literature)

2016

7 persons were awarded.[14]

  1. Abu Hasan Shahriar (poetry)
  2. Shahaduz Zaman (fiction)
  3. Morshed Shafiul Hasan (essay and research)
  4. Niaz Zaman (translation)
  5. MA Hasan (literature on the liberation war)
  6. Noorjahan Bose (autobiography/memoir)
  7. Rashed Rouf (juvenile literature)

See also

References

  1. ^ Helal, Bashir Al (2012). "Bangla Academy". In Islam, Sirajul; Jamal, Ahmed A. Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh. 
  2. ^ "পুরস্কারপ্রাপ্তদের তালিকা" [Winners list] (in Bengali). Bangla Academy. Retrieved 24 July 2017. 
  3. ^ Rahman, S. (2010). Historical Dictionary of Bangladesh. Scarecrow Press. ISBN 978-0810874534. 
  4. ^ "Bangladesh Shishu Academy Literary Award". Dhaka Courier. 24 October 2008. Six children litterateurs on October 20 received the Bangladesh Shishu Academy Literary Award for their contributions in the field of children literature. The academy honoured Dwijen Sharma, Anwara Syed Huq, Bipradas Barua, Mahmudullah, Akhtar Hussain and Subrata Barua with the award respectively for the years 1409 to 1414 in Bangla calendar. 
  5. ^ Amena Khatun (February 27, 2009). "Three writers receive Bangla Academy awards". The Daily Star. Retrieved February 23, 2017. 
  6. ^ Rakib Ahammed (27 February 2011). "Six receive Bangla Academy award". The Daily Star. 
  7. ^ "Awards go to 10". The Daily Star. February 19, 2012. Retrieved February 23, 2017. 
  8. ^ "Bangla Academy Awards announced". bdnews24.com. 18 February 2013. 
  9. ^ "Helal Hafiz gets Bangla Academy award for poetry". banglamail24.com. 3 February 2014. Archived from the original on 3 February 2014. 
  10. ^ "Bangla Academy awards for 2014 announced". bdnews24.com. 29 January 2015. 
  11. ^ "Bangla Academy award 2016 announced". The Financial Express. Dhaka. 16 January 2016. Retrieved 1 February 2016. 
  12. ^ "11 get Bangla Academy award". banglanews24.com. 28 January 2016. Archived from the original on 31 January 2016. Retrieved 28 January 2016. 
  13. ^ "Faruq Ahmed Choudhury obituary". Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee. 2017-05-17. Retrieved 2017-06-03. 
  14. ^ "Bangla Academy Sahitya Puroshkar 2016 announced". The Daily Star. January 23, 2017. Retrieved January 24, 2017. 

External links

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