Kamalika Bhattacharya Wins Banabhatta Saahityik Puraskaar 2023
Banabhatta Saahityik Puraskaar 2023 by Cherry Book Awards is a literary award that recognizes and felicitates contemporary writers for their outstanding contribution to Indian Literature. The award aims to promote and celebrate the diversity of literature by honoring the works of emerging and established writers across different genres and languages. One of the most deserving winners of Banabhatta Saahityik Puraskaar 2023 is Kamalika Bhattacharya.
About Kamalika Bhattacharya
Kamalika Bhattacharya has authored poems, short stories, and editorials for a number of journals. Her work deftly combines passion, drama, and love. She graduated from IIMC with degrees in mass communication and print journalism. She has years of valuable professional experience and has worked for a variety of print and media companies. Her urge to travel motivates her to write down her thoughts and develop a range of storylines. Because she is an avid reader and watcher, she accurately measures the components to make the story last. She strives to communicate the gamut of emotions that exist in human life by providing the characters appropriate intonations.
Books by Kamalika Bhattacharya
- Smitten by Love
- Who's there?
- Candles Cherubs
- Dear Papa
- Stubborn Heart
- Scrivere bellissimo
- You complete me
- Chand ke paar chalo
Achievements of Kamalika Bhattacharya
- Tagore Sahithya Samman, 2022
- She womens award, 2022
- International laureate award, 2022
- Dr Rajendra prasad national excellence award 2022
- Banabhatta Saahityik Puraskaar 2023
Banabhatta was an Indian Sanskrit scholar and poet who lived in the 7th century CE. He is best known for his literary work, the Kadambari, a romantic novel that tells the story of the love between the prince Chandrapeeda and the princess Kadambari. Banabhatta was a prolific writer and also authored several other works, including the Harshacharita, a biography of the Emperor Harsha, and the Parvatiparinaya, a poem that describes the marriage of the god Shiva and the goddess Parvati. Banabhatta's contributions to Sanskrit literature are highly regarded and have had a lasting impact on Indian culture.