The Saraswati Samman is a yearly honor for exceptional writing or verse abstract works in any 22 Indian dialect recorded in Schedule VIII of the Constitution of India. It is named after an Indian goddess of learning and is thought to be among the most astounding abstract honors in India. The Saraswati Samman was initiated in 1991 by the K. K. Birla Foundation. It comprises of Rs 15 lakh, a reference and a plaque. Hopefuls are chosen from abstract works distributed in the past ten years by a board that included researchers and previous honor champs.
The inaugural honor was given to Harivanshrai 'Bachchan' for his four volume personal history, Kya Bhooloon Kya Yaad Karoon, Needa Ka Nirman Phir, Basere Se Door and Dashdwar se Sopan Tak. It is the most noteworthy acknowledgment in the field of Indian writing in the nation and conveys a reference, a plaque and honor cash of ₹15 lakh. The awardees are chosen by a 13-part Chayan Parishad, or determination advisory group, which incorporates researchers and scholars under the chairmanship of Subhash C Kashyap, previous secretary general of the Lok Sabha secretariat.
Past awardees incorporate artist and essayist Harivansh Rai Bachchan for Dashdwar Se Sopan Tak, his life account; Oriya writer Ramakanta Rath for Sri Radha; Marathi playright Vijay Tendulkar for his play Kanyadaan; and M Veerappa Moily for his epic in Kannada, Sri Ramayana Mahanveshanam.