Literatures in India [AP 060] [NIAS Lecture L2-99]

Ananthamurthy, UR (1998) Literatures in India [AP 060] [NIAS Lecture L2-99]. [Audio]

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Abstract: This is a lecture delivered at the National Institute of Advanced Studies on 24th April 1998 as part of the NIAS Associates' Programme. U R Ananthamurthy was born in a small village in Shimoga District, Karnataka and was educated in Mysore and Birmingham. He has been a professor at various well-known universities in India and abroad, and was Vice-Chancellor of the Mahatma Gandhi University in Kottayam during 1987-91. His various literary works include novels, short stories, poems and essays on a wide variety of subjects. His Kannada novel Samskara first published in 1965, has been translated into all major Indian and foreign languages, and was made into a film which won the President's Gold Medal in 1970 and several international awards,. He was President of the Sahitya Akademi during 1993-98, won the Jnanapith Award in 1995 and was awarded the Padmabhushan by the Government of India in 1998
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Additional Information: This Associates' Programme lecture was delivered on 24th April 1998.
Keywords: Indian Literature, Indian Languages, Mother Tongue
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