Uday Prakash

Uday Prakash

Uday Prakash is one of the few Indian language writers who has been widely translated into vernacular and major foreign languages. Most of his short stories have been adapted for the stage and films. In 2015, he came into focus when he returned the Sahitya Akademi Award in protest against the murder of dissenting writers, which turned out to become a central nonconformist movement of writers and artists in India.

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