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Name  J. Malsawma
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Awards  Padma Shri Mizo Academy Award Mizo Writers Certificate of Appreciation

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J. Malsawma, is a Mizo writer and scholar from India. The Government of India honoured him, in 2013, by awarding him the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award, for his contributions to the fields of literature.

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Biography

J. Malsawma hails from Aizawl, in the North East Indian state of Mizoram. He is a known writer in mizo language and is credited with several books on mizo culture and poetry. His book, Vanglai is a mixed content publication with essays on mizo religion and culture and biographies of a selected number of mizo personalities. Mizo Poems - Old and New is a collection of poems, some of them from the British era. Kan Mizia and Zozia are a couple of his other notable works.

  • J Malsawma (2003). Zozia - Ethics and Moral Principles of Mizo People. Retrieved October 27, 2014. 
  • J Malsawma (1995). Vanglai - Prime Days. Retrieved October 27, 2014. 
  • J Malsawma (1969). Notes on Mizo Poems. Retrieved October 27, 2014. 
  • J Malsawma (1963). Zonun - Collection of Essays on Mizo Culture. Retrieved October 27, 2014. 
  • J Malsawma (1962). Mizo Poems - Old and New. Retrieved October 27, 2014. 
  • J. Malsawma (1960). "Kan Mizia". Retrieved October 27, 2014. 
  • Malsawma is a recipient of the Academy Award from the Mizo Academy of Letters, which he received in 2001. He has also received the Certificate of Appreciation from the Mizo Writers Association three times. In 2013, he was honoured by the Government of India with the civilian award of Padma Shri.

    Malsawma is a member of the Mizo Publication Board and the State Advisory Board on Tribal Art, Culture, Language, and the Indian national Trust for Arts and Cultural Heritage. he was the founder secretary of the Mizo Academy of Letters during 1964-65 and was its advisor later.

    J. Malsawma lives at McDonald Hill, Zarkawt, Aizawl, in Mizoram.

    References

    J. Malsawma Wikipedia


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