ALLAHABAD (SATNN): Young literati and blogger Akanksha Yadav has been selected by Nirala Smriti Sansthan, Raebareilly for Manohra Devi Smriti Samman awarded each year in memory of Nirala’s wife. This award will be conferred in a programme to be organized at Manohra Devi’s birthplace Murai ka Bagh, Dalmau, Raebareilly on 21st February, 2015. This award will be conferred to Akanksha Yadav for her continuous contribution to literature and her work on women empowerment. Akanksha Yadav is the wife of Mr. Krishna Kumar Yadav, Director Postal Services, Allahabad Region. Mr. Yadav himself is a well known writer of young generation. This information was provided by the Convener of Nirala Smriti Sansthan, Mr. Ram Niwas Panthi.
It is worthwhile to mention here that Mrs. Akanksha Yadav is continuously working in the field of literature and blogging for a long time. Her writing in various fields have been published in almost all eminent magazines, and on internet. Two creations of Akanksha Yadav, namely ‘Chaand pr paani’ (Nursery Rhymes collection) and ‘Krantiyagna: 1857-1947 ki gatha’ have been published. Along with newspapers and magazines, she actively writes on internet also, her work can be found on a number of web/ e-magazines, social media and blogs. Akanksha Yadav have special interest in women issues, child issues and social issues, women empowerment reflects in his writings.
She has been earlier awarded with a number of social and literary organizations. Which includes ‘Awadh Samman’ by the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Mr. Akhilesh Yadav, ‘Decades best blogger couple award’ and ‘Parikalpana Blog Vibhusan Award’ by Parikalpana Group, honorary degree of Doctorate (Vidyavachaspati) by Vikramshila Hindi Vidyapeeth, Bhagalpur, Bihar, ‘Dr. Ambedkar Fellowship National Award’ and ‘Veerangana Savitribai Phoole fellowship award’ by Bhartiya Dalit Sahitya Academy, ‘Bharat Jyoti’ award by Rastriya Raajbhasha Peeth Allahabad, ‘Hindi Bhasha Bhusan Award’ by Sahitya Mandal, Srinathdwara, Rajasthan, award by Prabhat Prakashan, New Delhi for ‘SMS’ poem.
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