A Friend of the site and mine, Salil Gewali, has been given a well deserved award

The press-release has been prepared by Dr. Naresh Goswami.

Literary Excellence Award to a patriotic writer

  In a grand festive and cultural event organized at Khanapara, Guwahati, Assam, the esteemed research scholar, Salil Gewali, was honored with the prestigious “LITERARY EXCELLENCE AWARD” by the All-Assam Gorkha Students’ Union.  Renowned for his acclaimed book — “Great Minds on India,” which has been translated into fourteen languages, Gewali has written over eighteen books, including school textbooks.

  The award citation highlights, “The recognition and translation of Mr. Gewali’s work into multiple languages underscore its significance and the impact it has had on scholars and leaders globally. Mr. Gewali’s relentless pursuit of knowledge and his commitment to sharing it with the world are truly commendable, which has also been profusely acknowledged and appreciated by the Governments of Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Assam, Manipur, Punjab and Karnataka

   Earlier this year in June, the Hon’ble Governor of Assam launched the Urdu edition of Mr. Gewali’s ‘Great Minds on India.’ During the program, the Assam governor presented Mr. Gewali with “Rashtra Garurav Samman,” recognizing the profound influence of Gewali’s literary contributions to the nation.

   It’s worth noting that Mr. Gewali’s book is currently undergoing translation into Sanskrit by an eminent Sanskrit scholar, Dr. Baldevananda Sagar. Notably, Dr. Sagar has been translating the Prime Minister of India’s monthly address, “Mann Ki Baat,” into Sanskrit for the past eight years.

We at DavidVance.net congratulate Mr. Gewali, and graciously thank Dr. Naresh Goswami for his press release.

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2 thoughts on “A Friend of the site and mine, Salil Gewali, has been given a well deserved award

  1. Salil Gewali work is remarkable which has earned world-wide appreciation. Many governments in India have taken Gewali’s book for translation into their regional languages. His articles are also frank and inspiring.

     
  2. I grew up studying Mr. Gewali’s books in school and my children are also reading them. He is not only the pride of Meghalaya and now India as a whole.

     

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