Vyas Samman

The Vyas Samman is a literary award in India, first awarded in 1991. It is awarded annually by the K.K. Birla Foundation and includes a cash payout of Rs 4,00,000.

To be eligible for the award, the literary work must be in the Hindi language and have been published in the past 10 years.

2019 – Nasira Sharma for ‘ Kagaz ki Nav'(paper boat)
2018 – Leeladhar Jagudi for Jitne Log Utne Prem[1]
2017 – Mamta Kalia for Dukkham Sukkham[2]
2016 – Surinder Verma for poetry collection Kaatna shami ka vriksha padma-pankhuri ki dhar se
2015 – Sunita Jain for poetry collection Kshama
2014 – Kamal Kishore Goyenka for his book Premchand Kee Kahaniyon Kaa Kaal Kramanusar Adhyan published in 2012
2013 – Vishwanath Tripathi for his memoir Vyomkesh Darvesh
2012 – Narendra Kohli for his novel Na Bhooto Na Bhavishyati[3]
2011 – Ramdarash Misra for his collection of poems Aam K Patte[3]
2010 – Vishwanath Prasad Tiwari for his collection of poems Phir Bhi Kuch Rah Jayega
2009 – Amar Kanth for his book Inhi Hathiyaron Se
2008 – Mannu Bhandari for her autobiography Ek Kahani Yah Bhi
2007 – The Selection Board did not find anyone suitable for the award.
2006 – Noted poet and literary critic Parmanand Srivastava .
2005 – “Katha Satisar” by Chandrakanta
2004 – “Kath Gulab” by Mridula (Jain) Garg
2003 – “Anwan” by Chitra Mudgal
2002 – “Prithvi Ka Krishna Paksh” by Kailash vajpayee
2001 – Hindi author Ramesh Chandra Shah
2000 – “Pehla Girimitya” by Giriraj Kishore PADMA SHRI[clarification needed]
1999 – “Bisarampur Ka Sant” by Sri Lal Sukla
1998 – “Paanch Aanganon wala Ghar” by Govind Mishra
1997 – “Uttar Kabir Tatha Anya Kavitaen (Poems)” by Dr. Kedarnath Singh
1996 – “Hindi Sahitya aur Samvedna ka Vikas” by Prof. Ramswarup Chaturvedi
1995 – “Koi Dusra Nahin (Collection of poems)” by Shri Kunwar Narayan
1994 – “Sapna Abhi Bhi (Collection of poems)” by [[Dr. Dharamvir Bharati]]
1993 – “Main Waqt ke Hoon Samane (Collection of poems)” by Shri Girija Kumar Mathur
1992 – “Neela Chand (Novel)” by Dr. Shiv Prasad Singh
1991 – Bharat ke Pracheen bhasha parivar aur Hindi in 3 volumes by Dr. Ram Vilas Sharma