History of Karnataka literature

Karnataka literature denotes to the wealth of literature created in the region of Karnataka in South India roughly corresponding to the modern state of Karnataka. This literature includes works in  Kannada, Sanskrit and Prakrit.

Chutu Satakarni
Gaha Sattasai (Sanskrit: Gātha Saptashati) By Hala
Brihatkadha by Gunadhya
Kamasutra by Vatsyayana

Badami Chalukya(500-750AD)
Karnateshwara Katha, a eulogy for King Pulakesi II (lost)
Prabhrita by Syamakundacharya (650) (lost)
Chudamani by Srivaradhadeva (Tumubulucharya 650AD) (lost)

Western Ganga Dynasty (350-999)
Pujyapada (Sarvathasiddi , Jinendra Vyakarana, KalayanaKaraka in Sanskrit)
Jinasena II (Adipurana - Sanskrit)
Ajitasena
Bharavi
Akalanka or Nemichandrasiddanta
King Madhava II (370-390 AD) (Dattaka Sutrain Sanskrit)
King Durvinita(495-535 AD) (Reference to his Kannada work in Kavirajamarga, Vaddakatha Sanskrit translation,Sabdavatara a work on Sanskrit grammar, commentary on the 15th sarga of Bharavi's Kiratarjuniya in Sanskrit )
Sripurusha (Gajasastra)
King Shivamara II (788-816 AD) (Gajashtaka, a Kannada work on elephant management, and Sethubandha in Prakrit).
Hemasena or Vidya Dhananjaya (Raghavpandaviya)
Vidhibhasimha (Gadyachintamani and Kshatrachudamani)
Guru Nemichandra (Gommatasara book on jain philosophy, his title was Siddhant-Chakravarti and was guru of Chavundaraya)
Chavundaraya (978 AD) (Chavundarayapurana, Charitrasara, Trishashti LaksanPurana -Kannada)
Gunavarma (Kannada Grammar)
Nagavarma (Chandombhudhi)
Jinasena I (738 AD) (Harivamsha - Sanskrit)

Rashtrakutas (753-973)
Trivikrama (Nalachampu in Sanskrit)
Halayudha (Kavirahasya and Mritasanjivini)
Somadevasuri (Nitikavyamrita)
Mahaviracharya (Ganita-sara-samgraha)
Padma pada
Visvarupa
Virasenacharya (Jayadhavala-tika)
Jinasenacharya (Parsvabhyudaya Mahapurana , Dhavala)
Gunabhadra (Uttarapurana - Sanskrit)
Pushpadanta
Akalanka
Asaga (Vardhamana Purana-Kannada)
King Amoghavarsha I Nripatunga, (Prashottara Ratnamakike, Kavirajamarga, a treatise on Kannada poetics, 850 A.D.)
Sri Ponna (950 AD) (title, Kavichakravarthi wrote Bhuvanaika- Ramabhyudaya, Santipurana and Jinaksaramale - Kannada)
Adikavi Pampa ( 902-975 AD) (called Adhikavi wrote Adipurana and Vikramarjuna Vijaya in Kannada)
Shivakotiacharya (Vaddaradhane 900 CE earliest prose in Kannada borrowed from Sanskrit work Brihatkathakosha of Harishena)
Sri Vijaya
Rudrabhatta of Banahatti - Kannada
Ravinagabhatta who wrote a record for Govinda IV - Kannada
Kavi Rajaraja wrote the Kalasa record, minister of Krishna II - Kannada
Gajankusha who wrote on erotics - Kannada

Western Chalukyas (973-1189)
Ranna (949 AD) (Ajitapurana, Sahasabhimavijaya, Gadayuddha, and Rannakanda - Kannada)
Chavundaraya II (Lokopakara,An important literary source in Kannada dealing with variety of subjects useful for mankind such as Veterinary Science, Aeromatics,Horticulture,Medicine, Astrology, Water resource,Cookery,etc belonging to 11 C AD - Kannada)
Chandraraja (Madanatilaka, a work on erotics - Kannada)
Shridharacharya (Jatakatilaka is a work on astrology - Kannada)
Kirtivarma (1125 AD) (Govaidya on veterinary science - Kannada)
Durgasimha (panchatantra - Kannada)
Nagavarma (Kavyavalokana - Kannada)
Brahmashiva (Samayaparikshe - Kannada)
Devara Dasimayya (Vachanakara belonged to this period - Kannada)
Vadiraja ( Yashodharacharitam and Parshvanatha Charitam - Sanskrit)
Bilhana (Vikramankadeva Charitha, The Kashmiri poet immortalized the name of his patron Vikramaditya VI through this work - Sanskrit)
Vijananeshvara (Mitakshara, a commentary on Yajnavalkya Smriti - Sanskrit)
Someshwara III (Abhilashithartha Chinthamani or Manasollasa, an encyclopedia of all arts and sciences and Chandraprabhacharite - Sanskrit)
Jagadekamalla (Sangithachudamani in Sanskrit)
Jagaddala Somanatha (Karnataka Kalyanakaraka) Kannada work on Ayurvedic medicine (1150 AD)
Karnaparya (1140 AD) (Neminatha purana- Kannada)
Nayasena (1112 AD) (Dharmamrita- Kannada)
Brahmasiva (1150 AD) (Samayaparikshe- Kannada)
Naga Chandra (Jain Ramayana- Kannada)
Kanti (Jain poetess - Kannada),
Shantiraja (Sukumaracharita - Kannada)
Nagavarma II (Kavyavalokana, Karnataka Bhashabhushana and Abhidana Vastukosha, Kirtti Varman and Vritta Vilasa-Kannada).

Hoysala Empire (1000-1346)
Madhvacharya(1238-1317 AD) wrote Rigbhashya in Sanskrit - propounded Dvaita Philosophy
Vidyatirtha (Rudraprashnabhashya - Sanskrit)
Nagachandra (Ramachandra Charita Purana, and Mallinathapurana - Kannada. He known as Abhinava Pampa).
Kanti (poetess)
Vishnudandadipa
Santa Mahanta
Harihara (Girija Kalyana, BasavarajadevaraRagale - Kannada)
Raghavanka (established Shatpadi, , Harischandra Kavya, Siddhara Chanitra, Veeresha Charite,Sharabha Charitre, somanathacharita and Harihara Mahatwa - Kannada)
Janna (1191-1230 AD) (Yashodhara Charite and Ananthanatha Purana- Kannada. Obtained title Kavichakravarti)
Nemichandra (1170 AD) ( (Leelavati, Neminatha Purana - Kannada)
Achanna (1195 AD) (Vardhamana Purana)
Rudra Bhatta (Jagannatha Vijaya - Kannada)
Mallikarjuna (Sukti & Sudharnava- Kannada)
Kesiraja (Shabdamanidarpana- Kannada grammar)
Hastimalla (1290 AD) (Adipurana- Kannada)
Andayya (1235 AD) - (Vardhamana Purana, Kabbigarakava - Kannada)
Choundarasa (1300 AD) (Abhinava-DashaKumara Charitha and Nala Champu - Kannada)
Rajaditya (1191 AD) (Kshetraganita, Vyavaharaganita, and Lilavati on mathematics-Kannada)
Ratta Kavi (1300 AD) (Rata-Mata work on meteorological topics - Kannada)
Bandhuvarma (1200 AD) (Neminatha Purana, Harivamsha - Kannada)
Mahabalakavi (1254 AD) (Neminatha Purana - Kannada)
Sumanobana - Kannada poet
Padmarasa (Dikshabodhe - Kannada)
Hastimalla (1290 AD) (Adipurana)
Trivikrama (Ushaharana, Dvaita philosohpy - Sanskrit)
Narayana Pandita (Madhwavijaya, Manimanjari and Parijataharana - Sanskrit)
Anandabodha - Advaitha Philosophy - Sanskrit
Vidyacharkarvartin II (Rukminikalyana - Sanskrit)

The Kalachuri kingdom (1130-1184), Virashaiva Saints and Vachanakaras
Basavanna (known as Basaveshvara wrote the spiritual lyrics vachanas- Kannada)
Renukacharya
Darukacharya
Ekoramacharya
Panditaradhyacharya
Vishwaradhyacharya
Akkamahadevi
Nilambike
Gangambike
Allama Prabhu
Siddarama
Chennabasava
Madivala Machayya (vachanakara- Kannada)
Madara Channayya (vachanakara -Kannada)
Sakalesha Madarasa (vachanakara-Kannada)
Ramanna (vachanakara-Kannada)
Sujikayakada Ramitande (vachanakara-Kannada)
Medara Ketayya (vachanakara-Kannada)
Kayakada Basappa (vachanakara-Kannada)
Virupaksha Pandita - (Chennabasavapurana- Kannada)
Dharani Pandita - (Bijjalarayacharite - Kannada)
Chandrasagara Varni (Bijjalarayapurana- Kannada)

Seuna Yadavas of Devagiri(850-1315)
Kamalabhava (Santhishwarapurana - Kannada)
Achanna (Varadhamanapurana - Kannada)
Amugudevi - Vachanakara
Chundarasa of Pandharapura (DashakumaraCharite - Kannada)

Vijayanagara Empire (1335-1565), Kannada Haridasa Sahitya
Kumara Vyasa (1430 AD) (Gadugina Bharata or Karnataka Bharata KathaManjari a Kannada adaptation of Mahabharata and Airavata. His title was Rupaka Samrajya Chakravarti (Emperor of the World of Metaphors).)
Narahri or Kumara Valmiki (1500 AD) (Torave Ramayana in Kannada & Smriti Kaustubha in Sanskrit)
Vittalanatha (Bhagavatha)-Kannada
Ratnakarvarni (16th century) (Bharatesha Vaibhava, Triloka Sataka,Someswara Sataka) - Kannada
Nanjunda -Kumara Rama Charita (16th century) - Kannada
BhimaKavi - Basavapurana(1369 AD) - Kannada
Padmanaka - Kannada
Kereya Padmarasa - Padmaraja Purana (1385 AD) - Kannada
Lakkana Dandesa Shivatatwa Chintamani (1428 AD) - -Kannada
Gubbi Mallanacharya - Veerasaivamrita (1513 AD) - Kannada
Singiraja - Kannada
Chamarasa (Prabhulinga Leele) -Kannada
Akalanka (16th century), Jain scholar - Kannada
Bhattakalaka (16th century) -Kannada grammrian
Mangaraja (1360 AD) (Khagendra-Mani-Darpana, work on poisons and antidotes) -Kannada
Sayana (Vedartha Prakasha, Yajnatantra Sudhanidhi, Prayaschitra Sudhanidhi and Purushartha Sudhanidhi) -Sanskrit
Madhava Vidyaranya (Parasara – Madhaviya, Sarva-darshana-samgraha) -Sanskrit
Devanna Bhatta (Smriti Chandrika) - Sanskrit
Gangadevi (Poetess, Madhura Vijayam) - Sanskrit
Tirumalamba Devi (Poetess, Varadambika Parinayam) - Sanskrit
Krishnadevaraya (Madalasa Charita, Satyavadu Parinaya, Rasamanjari, Nyayamritam, Tarkatandava, Tatparya Chandrika - Sanskrit
Ramaraja (Bakhair - Battle of Talikota - Persian??)
Timmanna Kavi, patronised by king Krishnadevaraya, Kannada
Kereya Padmarasa, Padmaraja Purana - Kannada
Linganna, Keladinripavijayam - Kannada
Unknown author, Krishnadevarayana Dinachari is a recent discovery in Kannada.
Chatu Vithalanatha, Kannada
Madhura, Kannada
Salva
Mallanarya, Veerasaivamrita- Kannada
Lakkana Dandesa, Shivatatwa Chintamani - Kannada
Shivagna Prasadi Mahadevayya and Halageyadeva ,Shunya Sampadane- Kannada
Kallumathada Prabhuva - Kannada
Jakkanna - Kannada
Maggeya Mayideva - Kannada
Tontada Siddalingayati - Kannada

Haridasa
Narahari Thirtha
Padmanabha Thirtha
Akshobhya Thirtha
Jayatirtha - Nyaya sudha, Tattva prakashika, Prameya deepika, Nyaya deepika Important works
Sripadaraya of Mulbagal (1500 AD)
Vyasatirtha (1447 – 1539 AD) - Guru of Purandaradasa, Kanakadasa and Krishnadevaraya wrote Nyayamritam, Tarkatandava, Tatparya Chandrika Important Works
Sri Vadirajaswami
Purandaradasa (1484 – 1564 AD) (Father of Carnatic music. Composed 475,000 songs in Kannada. His titles wereDasaShreshta Purandaropanishat, Sangitapitamaha)
Kanakadasa (1509 - 1607 AD) (Padas and Keertans
RamadhyanaCharite, Haribhakthisara,Kalacharithre, Mohana Tarangini, Nalacharitre - Kannada)

Later Haridasa
Guru Raghavendra Swami (1600-1671 AD) the great Sage of Manthralaya.Important works
Vijaya Dasa (1687–1755 AD)
Mohana Dasa
Gopala Dasa (1721–1762 AD)
Helavanakatte Giriyamma
Jagannatha Dasa (1728–1809 AD) (Harikathamrithasara, Uga Bhogas, Keerthanas and Tathva Suvalis- Kannada)

Kannada literature from Mysore Kingdom, Keladi Nayaka kingdom
Basappanayaka (Shivatatwa Ratnakara - History Keladi Kings)
Linganna (Keladi Napra Vijaya- History of Keladi Kings)
Chikkupadhyaya, Minister and teacher of His Highness Sri Chikkadevaraja Wodeyar, (1670 AD) - more than 30 works in Kannada
Tirumalaraya (1680 CE) (Chikkadevaraja Vijayam, Chikkadevaraja Vamshaavali - History of Mysore Kings)
Govinda Vaidya (1648 CE) (Narasaraja Vijaya - History of Mysore Kings)
Bhattakalanka Deva (1604 AD) (Karnataka Shabdaushasana on grammar)
Sakdakshara Deva (1657 AD) (Rajshekhara Vilasa- romantic champu)
Noorondayya (1740 AD) (Soundara Kavya)
Nijaguna Yogi (1650 AD) (Viveka Chintamani- Shaiva work)
Nanja Raja (1760 AD) (Shiva Bhakti Mahatmya and Hari Vamsa - Puranic works)
Brahma Kavi (Samaya Pariksha)
Sarvajna (1650 AD) (tripadis or vachanas pithy three lined poems in Kannada)\

Kannada Literature From Old Bangalore (18th - 21st century AD)
18th Century Kannada
Guru Nanjesh (Jayastuti)
Ekambara Dikshit (Veerabhdra Vijaya)
Jayaram Pande (Radha Madhava Vilasa)
Mudduveeraswamy (1700 AD) (Vachanakara)
Sarpabhooshana Shivayogi (1795-1839 AD) (Vachanakara)
Mahant Desika (Vachanakara)
Jeerage Basavalingacharya (Vachanakara)

19th Century Kannada (topics-grammar, linguistics, Jain and Virashaiva philosophy, geology, agriculture, politics)
Siddhanti Velanada
Subramanya Shastri
Siddhanti Shivakumara Shastri
Srinivasa
Nagasharma
Dakshinamurthy Shastri
Padmaraja Bhramasuri
Ramanathapuram Raguraya
S.N. Narasimhaiah
Doddabele Narayana Shastri - commentary on Jaimini Bharatha, Sundarakhanda, translations of Kalidasa works

20th century Kannada
Bidare Ashwatha Narayana shastri (Dhammapada)
B. Puttiah (priniting technology)
Panyam Sudarashastri (a translation of Bhasa Dharma)
S.K. Nasasimhaiya (biography of Magadi Kempe Gowda)
Toppulu Raghavacharya (translation of commentary on Gita)
Mahant desika (Yakshagana composition)
Balasaraswati (first detective novel)
Mahadevaswamy (nicknamed Abhinava Allama)
Pt. Shivakumar Swamy
Siddalingaswamy of Beli Matha
Nanjundaswamy of Guruvanna Matha
Pt. B. Shivamurty Shastri

20th century Sanskrit Keerthanakaras
Singeri NarasimhaShastri
M. Lakshminarasimha Shastri
Varada Desikachar
Jaggu Vakulabhushana
Rariapalli Anantha Krishna Sharma
Motaganahalli Subramanya Shastri

2oth century harikathe dasaru
Gururajulu Naidu
Sant Keshava Das
Bhadragiri Achuth Das
Malur Sonnappa
Muiratnam Mudaliar

Modern Kannada Poets, Scholars & Writers (Navya, Navodaya or Bandaya Style)
Jnanpitha Awardees
Kuvempu
D. R. Bendre
Shivaram Karanth
Maasti Venkatesh Ayengar
V. K. Gokak
U. R. Ananthamurthy
Girish Karnad

Sahitya Academy Awardees
1955 'Kuvempu' (K. V. Puttappa) Sri Ramayana Darsanam (Epic)
1956 R.S. Mugali Kannada Sahitya Charitre (History of Literature)
1958 D. R. Bendre Aralu-Maralu (Poetry)
1959 K.S. Karanth Yakshagana Bayalata (A treatise on folk-drama)
1960 'Vinayaka' (V. K. Gokak) Dyava-Prithvi (Poetry)
1961 A.R. Krishna Sastri Bengali Kadambarikara Bankim Chandra (A critical study)
1962 Devudu Narasimha Sastri Mahakshatriya (Novel)
1964 B. Puttaswamayya Kranti-Kalyana (Novel)
1965 S.V. Ranganna Ranga Binnapa (Philosophical reflections)
1966 P.T. Narasimhachar Hamsa Damayanti Mattu Itara Rupakagalu (Musical plays)
1967 D.V. Gundappa Shrimad Bhagavadgita Tatparya Athava Jivanandharmayoga (Philosophical expositions)
1968 'Srinivasa' (Masti Venkatesa Iyengar) Sannakathegalu (12-13) (Short stories)
1969 H. Tipperudraswamy Karnataka Samskriti Sameekshe (Cultural study)
1970 S.B. Joshi Karnataka Samskritiya Poorva Peethike (Cultural study)
1971 Adya Rangacharya Kalidasa (Literary criticism)
1972 S.S. Bhoosnurmath Shoonyasampadaneya Paramarshe (Commentary)
1973 V. Sitaramiah Aralu Baralu (Poetry)
1974 Gopalakshrishna Adiga Vardhamaana (Poetry)
1975 S.L. Bhyrappa Daatu (Novel)
1975 L. Gundappa Translations from Tamil, Sanskrit to Kannada
1976 M. Shivaram Mana Manthana (Psychiatric studies)
1977 K.S. Narasimhaswamy Tereda Baagilu (Poetry)
1978 B.G.L. Swamy Hasuru Honnu (Travelogue)
1979 A.N. Moorthy Rao Chitragalu Patragalu
1980 Goruru Ramaswami Iyengar Americadalli Goruru (Travelogue)
1981 Chennaveera Kanavi Jeewa Dhwani (Poetry)
1982 Chanduranga Vyshakha (Novel)
1983 Yashwant Chittal Katheyaadalu Hudugi (Short stories)
1984 G.S. Sivarudrappa Kavyartha Chintana (Literary criticism)
1985 T.R. Subba Rao Durgaasthamaana (Novel)
1986 Vyasaraya Ballal Bandaaya (Novel)
1987 K.P. Poornachandra Tejaswi Chidambara Rahasya (Novel)
1988 Shankar Mokashi Punekar Avadheshwari (novel)
1989 H.M. Nayak Samprati (Belles Lettres)
1990 Devanur Mahadeva Kusuma Bale (Novel)
1991 Chandrasekhar Kambar Sirisampige (Play)
1992 Subbanna Ekkundi Bakulada Hoovugalu (Poetry)
1993 P. Lankesh Kallu Karaguva Samaya (Short stories)
1994 Girish Raghunath Karnad Tale Danda (play)
1995 Kirtinath Kurtkoti Uriya Nalage (Criticism)
1996 G.S. Amur Bhuvanada Bhagya (Literary Criticism)
1997 M. Chidananda Murthy Hosatu Hosatu (Criticism)
1998 B.C. Ramchandra Sharma Sapthapadi (Poetry)
1999 D. R. Nagaraj Sahitya Kathana (Essays)
2000 Shantinath Kuberappa Desai Om Namo (Novel)
2001 L. S. Seshagiri Rao English Sahitya Charitre (Literary history)
2002 Sujana (S. Narayana Shetty) Yugasandhya (Epic)
2003 K.V. Subbanna Kaviraja Marga Mattu Kannada, Jagattu (Essays)
2004 Geetha Nagabhushana Baduku (Novel)
2005 Raghavendra Patil Teru (Novel)

Kendra Sahitya Academy Awardees (Translation)
2005 Dr. Panchakshari Hiremath, Urdu to Kannada

Other Eminent Writers
De. Javare Gowda
Samethanahalli Rama Rao (Raasa)
Anupama Niranjana
B M Srikanthaiah (B M Sri)
Dr. A. N. Krishna Rao (Anakru)
G P Rajarathnam
G.B.Joshi (JadaBharata)
M Govinda Pai
M.V.Seetaramiah
Nisar Ahmed K.S.
P Lankesh
Dr.Panchakshari Hiremath
Panje Mangesh Rao
S.V.Parameshwara Bhatta
T. P. Kailasam - drama
Tha. Ra. Subbarao
Thee. Nam. Shree
R.K. Narayan, Noted Indian Author
R.K. Laxman, Famous Indian Cartoonist & Humorist
Kamala Markhandaya
Triveni (Sharapanjara)Novelist
G.P.Rajaratnam (Ratnana Padagalu)
Beechi - humorist
Dr M.Shivaram, Rashi - humorist
T. Sunandamma - humorist
H.L. Nage Gowda - folklorist
Anakaru - Novelist
M. Ramamurthy
K.V Iyer
Devudu
Niranjana
Na. Kasturi
Navaratna RamaRao
T.T Sharma - Journalism
VeeraKesari
Siddavanahalli Krishna Sharma
Hariharapriya
R.Kalyanamma
Tirumale Rajamma
Ambabai
H.V. Savitramma
H.S. Parvathi
Chi. Na. Mangala
H.R. Indira
M.K. Indira
M.V. Kanakamma
Nirupama
N. Pankaja
Usha Navaratna Ram
Kakolu Saroja Rao
Anupama Niranjana
Vi. Seetharamiah . - Poet, Critic
Basavaraja Kattimani
Nanjanagudu Tirumalamba (authoress)
Sundar V. Nadkarni Fiction writer and Poet
Ta. Raa.Subba Rao Novelist
Veenaa Shantheshvara Short Story Writer
Vaidehi Short Story Writer
Sumangala Short Story Writer
Dr K R Sandhya Reddy Poet, Story Writer, Folk Literature
Prathibha Nandakumar Poetess
D.R.Nagraj Critic
K.V.Narayana Literary Critic and Linguist
B.C.Ramachandra Sharma Poet and Fictionist
Shanhinatha Desai Novelist, Story Writer
Kum. Veerabhadrappa Novelist, Story Writer
Gowri Lankesh, Columnist
Vishweswara Bhat, Columnist
Ravi Hanj, Columnist
B.V Veerabhadrappa, Columnist
A N Murthy Rao
Shivarudraprasad, shimoga. poet and story writer
 won prize for his story from Samyuktha Karnataka News daily,2007

Christian Missionaries Literature
Rev. John Garet (translated Bible, Bhagavadgita, Panchatantra, Shabda Manidarpana to Kannada)
Daniel Sanderson
Ellis Robert
Rev. B.L Rice
Edward Peter Rice

Ref
Dr. Suryanath U. Kamat, A Concise history of Karnataka from pre-historic times to the present, Jupiter books, MCC, Bangalore, 2001 (Reprinted 2002) OCLC: 7796041
Prof K.A. Nilakanta Sastri, History of South India, From Prehistoric times to fall of Vijayanagar, 1955, OUP, New Delhi (Reprinted 2002), ISBN 019560686-8
R. Narasimhacharya, History of Kannada Literature, 1988, Asian Educational Services, New Delhi, Madras,1988 ISBN 81-206-0303-6.
Ramachandra Sidenur, Karmanye Vadhi Karaste, 2004, Dharwad
History of Karnataka, Arthikaje
History of Kannada Literature, Dr. Jyotsna Kamat
Literature from old Bangalore
Dvaita saints

Source Wiki
List is incomplete with prehistoric, Satavahana, Kadamba, Chalukya  and many other dynasties Literature not added. Will be Added shortly.

3 comments:

  1. Good collection. A lot to be included

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  2. This page is a goldmine of information. Thank you for the collection. I wonder if many of the above works are available in book form.

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  3. My name is Nagachandra Panse. My late father's name is Venkatraj Panse. He is a literary figure recognized by the Government of Karnataka. He worked in the Kannada section of the Information Branch of USSR Consulate in Chennai from 1965 to 1981. He passed away on August 5 1981. He was recognized as a literary figure in October 1981. I would like to know why my father's name has not been included in the list of "Other Eminent Writers"

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