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Leeladhar Jagudi to be given Vyas Samman 2018

Leeladhar Jagudi to be given Vyas Samman 2018

New Delhi, Mar 14 (UNI) Noted Hindi writer Leeladhar Jagudi will be conferred with the Vyas Samman 2018 for his collection of poems 'Jitne Log Utne Prem.'
Mr Jagudi's literary work published in 2103 was short-listed by the five-member selection committee chaired by Dr Vishwanath Prasad Tiwari that also included Professor Ramji Tiwari, Professor Pandey Shashi Bhushan Sitanshu, Professor Rajendra Gautam and Aruna Gupta.
Along with a cash prize of Rs 4 lakh, he will be given a citation.

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