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T Srivalli Radhika (Telugu : శ్రీవల్లీరాధిక) is a Telugu short story writer, poet and novelist. Her writings have been translated to other Indian languages like Hindi, English, Tamil and Kannada.[1]

Literary Works

  • Revuchudani Nava (poetry) - 1996
  • Alochana Amrutham (Telugu short stories) – 2000 Translated as “Mithva” in Hindi
  • Maharnavam (Telugu short stories) - 2000
  • Kaivalyam (Poetry) - 2011
  • Okarikokaru (Novel)
  • Indhradhanussu (Novel)
  • Amenadiche darilo (Short novel)

Awards and recognition

  • Katha Award, New Delhi – 1995[2]
  • PottiSriramulu Telugu University Kirthi Puraskaram, Hyderabad – 2009
  • Vakati Pandurangarao smaraka katha puraskaram – 2010 [2]
  • Andhra Saraswatha samithi, Machilipatnam - 2010
  • Bharatiya Bhasha parishad, Kolkata - 2011[3]

References

  • Publications of Sreevalli Radhika[1]
  • Radhika's story in English[2]
  • Young Writers meet[3]
  • News[4]
  • Reviews[5]



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