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Dattatreya Ramachandra Bendre(1896-1986), was born at Dharwad; a creative genius has produced some of the most memorable works including 30 collections of poems, plays, short stories, critiques and translations in Kannada literature. He is known by his pen name-Ambikatanaya Datta and popularly as Da.Raa.Bendre. He also wrote in Marathi. The Jnanpith award was conferred to Bendre in 1974 for his anthology of poems in Kannada; “Naku tanthi”-meaning, the four strings. Bendre has been bestowed with Kendra Sahithya Akademi award (1969). 

 

 

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Shivarama Karanth (1902-1997), was born at Kota in coastal Dakshina Kannada district. Karanth’s writings are full of life, creativity at its best. His works include novels, short stories, travelogues, essays, biographies, critiques, plays, art; philosophy…the list just doesn’t seem to end. Nothing could escape his probing mind; he was aptly called as “Mobile Encyclopedia” and “Kadala tadiya Bhargava”-the great man of the coastal area. He also made considerable experiments in the dance forms of ‘Yakshagaana’. He was conferred the Jnanpith award in 1974 for his work Mookajjiya Kanasugalu and his astounding contributions to the Kannada literature. 

 

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Masthi Venkatesha Iyengar (1891-1986), born at Masthi in Kolar district; popularly known as Masthi, is referred to as “Kannadada Asthi”-meaning the invaluable property of Kannada. A distinguished civil service gave him ample inspirations for his literary works.  He was conferred the Jnanpith award in 1983 for his historical work of “Chikkaveera Rajendra”. 

Vinayaka Krishna Gokak (1909-1992), was heavily influenced by Masthi. Embarked upon a unique literary career, he produced a literature that was very much a reflection of his life. He was conferred Kendra Sahithya Akademi award (1961); Jnanpith (1990) for his Bharatha sindhu Rashmi and in recognition of his notable contributions to the Kannada literature. 

U.R.Anathamurthywas born in Melige in Shimoga district in 1932, educated in Sanskrit in his early days but did his doctorate in English and contemporary literature at Birmingham and served as an English scholar by profession; his literature is vivid and has a social orientation. “Bharathipura” “Samskara” are his major Kannada work.He has been the Chairman of National Book Trust and also served as the President of Kendra Sahithya Akademi, New Delhi. Jnanpith was conferred to him in 1994. He is actively involved in some social forums and of  

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