Anannya Top Ten Awards

Anannya Top Ten Awards (Bengali: অনন্যা শীর্ষ দশ পুরস্কার) is the prize for women in Bangladesh recognition of contribution to the fields of agriculture, industrial, trade, economics, acting, music, sports, education, liberation war, social welfare and development-work-law, human rights, entrepreneur, politics and journalism. The award ig being given since 1993.

Ananya Top Ten Awards
Awarded forExcellence in various achievements for Bangladesh
Date1993
LocationDhaka
CountryBangladesh
Presented byAnannya Magazine
Websitewww.anannya.com.bd

HistoryEdit

The magazine is noted for its annual awards Anannya Top Ten Awards to outstanding women in Bangladesh since 1993.[1] Anannya Magazine provided the Anannya Top Ten awards to individuals women for significant contributions to the development in specific sector. The magazine gives this award in recognition of her contribution to the fields of agriculture, industrial, trade, economics, acting, music, sports, education, liberation war, social welfare and development-work-law, human rights, entrepreneur, politics, and journalism. The winners are awarded crests of prizes.[2] [3][4][5]

Awards by yearEdit

1995
1998
2000
2001
2002
2003
  • Selina Bahar Zaman
  • Hamida Hossain
  • Kumudini Hajong
  • Taslima Mansoor
  • Rehana Kashem
  • Captain Shahana
  • Roksana Salam
  • Shimul Yousuf
  • Yasmine Kabir
  • Aditi Mohsin[12]
2004
2005
2006
  • Halida Hanum Akhter
  • Khurshid Jahan Begum
  • Rubaba Dowla Motin
  • Shefalika Tripura
  • Rokeya Rafik Baby
  • Salma Khan
  • Nazira Quraishi
  • Hena Kabir
  • Murshida Arzoo Alpona
  • Jharna Sarker[15]
2008
2009
2012
  • Baby Maudud
  • Latifa Akhand
  • Jowshan Ara Rahman
  • Khaleda Salahuddin
  • Selina Khalek
  • Rokeya Mannan
  • Syeda Shamse Ara Rahman
  • Setara Musa
  • Zeenat Ara Bhuiyan
  • Zeenat Ahmed[18]
2013
2014
2015
2016
  • Selina Hayat Ivy (politics)
  • Perween Hasan (education)
  • Sabina Khatun (sports)
  • Tasmina Aktar (bravery)
  • Zeba Islam Seraj (scientific research)
  • Ashrafun Nahar Misti (disability right activism)
  • Saberi Alam (acting)
  • Nisha Rani Malakar (artistry)
  • Surma Zahid (liberation war research)
  • Bashonti Murmu (indigenous right activism)[22]
2017
  • Sadeka Halim
  • Mst Nazmanara Khanum
  • Farjana Chowdhury
  • Nabanita Chowdhury
  • Swapna Rani
  • Nadira Khanam
  • Mahfuja Akter Kiron
  • Nazia Jabin
  • Sarmin Sultana
  • Maria Manda (Sports)[23]
2018
  • Sayeba Akhter (medical)
  • Parveen Mahmud (management and development)
  • Afroza Khan (entrepreneur)
  • Sona Rani Roy (homecraft)
  • Lailee Bagum (journalism)
  • Nazmun Nahar (traveler)
  • Sweety Das Chowdhury (Manipuri dance)
  • Rumana Ahmed (sports)
  • Shamsunnahar (administration)
  • Fatema Khatun (technology)[24]
2019
  • Farida Zaman (Artist)[25]
  • Nasima Akter Nisha ( Entrepreneur)
  • Protibha Sangma (Education)
  • Esrat Khan Mojlish ( organisation )
  • Sreemati Shaha ( social work )
  • Shumona Sharmin ( journalist )
  • F Minor ( music)
  • Hazera Begum
  • Falguni Shaha ( inspiration )
  • Eti Khatun (Archer)

Anannya Literature AwardEdit

The magazine also confers an award to one woman litterateur in every Bengali year since 1401 (Gregorian 1993).[26]

The past winners are:

ReferencesEdit

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