Essay On Shivaram Karanth In Kannada Trees

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K. Shivarama Karantha (ಶಿವರಾಮ ಕಾರಂತ)

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Born(1902-10-10)10 October 1902
Kota, Udupi, south canara district Madras presidency , British India
Died9 December 1997(1997-12-09) (aged 95)
Manipal, Udupi district, Karnataka
OccupationNovelist, playwright, poet, naturalist, environmentalist, film director, journalist, Yakshagana researcher and artist, educationist[1]
NationalityIndian
Period1902–1997
GenreFiction, popular science, literature for children, dance-drama
Literary movementNavodaya

Kota Shivaram Karanth (10 October 1902 – 9 December 1997) was a Kannada writer, social activist, environmentalist, polymath, Yakshagana artist, film maker and thinker. Ramachandra Guha called him the "Rabindranath Tagore of Modern India, who has been one of the finest novelists-activists since independence".[2] He was the third writer[3] to be decorated with the Jnanpith Award for Kannada, the highest literary honor conferred in India.[4]

Early life[edit]

Shivaram Karanth was born on 10 October 1902,[5] in Kota near Udupi in the Udupi district of Karnataka to a Kannada speaking family. The fifth child of his parents Shesha Karantha and Lakshmamma, he completed his primary education in Kundapura and Mangalore. Shivaram Karanth was influenced by Gandhi's principles and took part in Indian Independence movement when he was in college. He did not complete his education and went to participate in the Non-co-operation movement and canvassed for khadi and swadeshi for five years up to 1927.[5] By that time Karanth had already started writing fiction novels and plays.[5]

Career[edit]

Karanth was an intellectual and environmentalist who made notable contribution to the art and culture of Karnataka.[5] He is considered one of the most influential novelists in the Kannada language. His novels Marali Mannige, Bettada Jeeva, Alida Mele, Mookajjiya Kanasugalu, Mai Managala Suliyalli, Ade OOru Ade Mara, Shaneeshwarana Neralinalli, Kudiyara Koosu, Svapnada Hole, Sarsammana Samadhi, and Chomana Dudi are widely read and have received critical acclaim.[5] He wrote two books on Karnataka's ancient stage dance-drama Yakshagana (1957 and 1975).

He was involved in experiments in the technique of printing for some years in the 1930s and 1940s and printed his own novels, but incurred financial losses. He was also a painter and was deeply concerned with the issue of nuclear energy and its impact on the environment.[6] At the age of 90, he wrote a book on birds (published during 2002 by Manohara Grantha Mala, Dharwad).[citation needed]

He wrote, apart from his forty seven novels, thirty one plays, four short story collections, six books of essays and sketches, thirteen books on art, two volumes of poems, nine encyclopedias, and over one hundred articles on various issues.[6]

Literary and National honors[edit]

Film awards[edit]

Writings[edit]

Novel

  1. Mookajjiya Kanasugalu ("Dreams of a Silent Granny") (Jnanpith award winning novel)
  2. Marali Mannige ("Back to the Soil")
  3. Chomana Dudi ("Drum of Choma")
  4. Mai Managala Suliyalli ("In the Whirlpool of Body and Soul")
  5. Bettada Jeeva ("Life in the Hills")
  6. Sarasammana Samadhi ("Grave of Sarasamma")
  7. Dharmayana Samsara ("Family of Dharmaya")
  8. Alida Mele ("After Death")
  9. Kudiyara Kusu ("Infant of Kudiya")
  10. Mailikallinodane matukate ("Conversation with the Milestone")
  11. Chiguridha Kanasu"
  12. Mugida Yudda" ("Completed War")
  13. Moojanma
  14. Dharmarayana samsara
  15. Kevala Manushyaru
  16. Illeyamba
  17. Iddaru chinthe
  18. Navu kattida swarga
  19. Nashta diggajagalu
  20. Kanniddu kanaru
  21. Gedda doddasthike
  22. Kannadiyalli kandatha
  23. Antida aparanji
  24. Halliya hattu samastharu
  25. Sameekshe
  26. Moga Padeda Mana
  27. Shaneeshwarana Neralinalli
  28. Nambidavara Naka Naraka
  29. Oudaryada Urulalli
  30. Onti Dani
  31. Odahuttidavaru
  32. Swapnada Hole
  33. Jaruva Dariyalli
  34. Ukkida Nore
  35. Balveye Belaku
  36. Ala Nirala
  37. Gondaranya
  38. Ade Uru Ade Mara
  39. Innonde Dari
  40. Jagadoddara Na

Short story

  • Nature, Science and Environment
  • Vijnana prapancha ("The World of Science")
  • Adbhuta jagattu ("Wonderful World")
  • Prani Prapancha'
  • Prani Prapanchada Vismayagalu
  • Pakshigala Adbhuta Loka

Plays

  • Yaksagana - English translation, Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts (1997)
  • Yakshagana Bayalata

Children's books

  • Dum Dum Dolu
  • Oduva Ata
  • Vishala Sagaragalu
  • Balaprapancha - Makkalavishwakosha - Vol 1,2,3
  • Mailikallinodane Matukathegalu
  • Mariyappana Sahasagalu
  • Nachiketa - Ack
  • Ibbara Gaja Panditaru
  • Oduva Ata - Sirigannada Pathamale
  • Mathina Sethuve
  • Jatayu Hanumanta
  • Huliraya

Autobiography

  • Hucchu Manasina Hatthu Mukhagalu (English translation: "Ten Faces of a Crazy Mind", by H Y Sharada Prasad)
  • Smriti Pataladinda (Vol 1-3)

Travelogue

  • Abuvinda Baramakke
  • Arasikaralla
  • Apoorva Paschima ("Incomparable West")
  • Paataalakke Payana ("Travel to the nether world")

Biography

  • Panje Mangesharayaru : Kannada Nadu Mattu Kannadigara Parampare
  • Sri Ramakrishnara Jeevana Charithre

Art, Architecture and Other

  • Kaladarshana
  • Bharatheya chitrakale
  • Jnana ("Knowledge")
  • Sirigannada Artha Kosha
  • Kala Prapancha
  • Yaksharangakkagi Pravasa
  • Arivina Ananda
  • Life The Only Light - A Guide To Saner Living
  • Chalukya Shilpakale

Kannada & Tulu cinema[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Dutt, Kartik Chandra (1999) [1999]. Who's who of Indian Writers, 1999: A-M. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi. ISBN 81-260-0873-3. 
  • Kāranta, Śivarāma (1997) [1997]. Yakshagana. Abhinav Publications. ISBN 81-7017-357-4. 

Further reading[edit]

  • Malini Mallya, Hattiradinda Kanda Hattu Mukhagalu
  • Malini Mallya, Naanu Kanda Karantaru

Sahitya Akademi fellows

1968–1980
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan (1968)
D. R. Bendre, Tarasankar Bandyopadhyay, Sumitranandan Pant, C. Rajagopalachari (1969)
Vaikom Muhammad Basheer, Firaq Gorakhpuri, Vishnu Sakharam Khandekar, Viswanatha Satyanarayana (1970)
Kaka Kalelkar, Gopinath Kaviraj, Gurbaksh Singh, Kalindi Charan Panigrahi (1971)
Masti Venkatesha Iyengar, Mangharam Udharam Malkani, Nilmoni Phukan, Vasudev Vishnu Mirashi, Sukumar Sen, V. R. Trivedi (1973)
T. P. Meenakshisundaram (1975)
Atmaram Ravaji Deshpande, Jainendra Kumar, Kuppali Venkatappa Puttappa 'Kuvempu', V. Raghavan, Mahadevi Varma (1979)
1981–2000
Umashankar Joshi, K. R. Srinivasa Iyengar, K. Shivaram Karanth (1985)
Mulk Raj Anand, Vinayaka Krishna Gokak, Laxmanshastri Balaji Joshi, Amritlal Nagar, Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai, Annada Shankar Ray (1989)
Nagarjun, Balamani Amma, Ashapoorna Devi, Qurratulain Hyder, Vishnu Bhikaji Kolte, Kanhu Charan Mohanty, P. T. Narasimhachar, R. K. Narayan, Harbhajan Singh (1994)
Jayakanthan, Vinda Karandikar, Vidya Niwas Mishra, Subhash Mukhopadhyay, Raja Rao, Sachidananda Routray, Krishna Sobti (1996)
Syed Abdul Malik, K. S. Narasimhaswamy, Gunturu Seshendra Sarma, Rajendra Shah, Ram Vilas Sharma, N. Khelchandra Singh (1999)
Ramchandra Narayan Dandekar, Rehman Rahi (2000)
2001–present
Ram Nath Shastri (2001)
Kaifi Azmi, Govind Chandra Pande, Nilamani Phookan, Bhisham Sahni (2002)
Kovilan, U. R. Ananthamurthy, Vijaydan Detha, Bhadriraju Krishnamurti, Amrita Pritam, Shankha Ghosh, Nirmal Verma (2004)
Manoj Das, Vishnu Prabhakar (2006)
Anita Desai, Kartar Singh Duggal, Ravindra Kelekar (2007)
Gopi Chand Narang, Ramakanta Rath (2009)
Chandranath Mishra Amar, Kunwar Narayan, Bholabhai Patel, Kedarnath Singh, Khushwant Singh (2010)
Raghuveer Chaudhari, Arjan Hasid, Sitakant Mahapatra, M. T. Vasudevan Nair, Asit Rai, Satya Vrat Shastri (2013)
Santeshivara Lingannaiah Bhyrappa, C. Narayana Reddy (2014)
Nirendranath Chakravarty, Gurdial Singh (2016)
Honorary Fellows
Premchand Fellowship
Ananda Coomaraswamy Fellowship
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