The Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for Translation is an award given every year by the Kerala Sahitya Akademi (Kerala Literary Academy) to writers for translating a work from a foreign language to Malayalam. It is one of the twelve categories of the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award. 
|1992||Bhoothavishtar||Demons by Fyodor Dostoyevsky||N. K. Damodaran|
|1993||Mahaprasthanathinte Margathiloode||Mahaprasthaner Pathe by Prabodh Kumar Sanyal||K. Ravi Varma|
|1994||French Kavithakal||Multiple works||Mangalattu Raghavan|
|1995||Thavalamillathavar||Khanabadosh by Ajit Kaur||V. D. Krishnan Nambiar|
|1996||Shila Pathmam||Shilapadma by Pratibha Ray||P. Madhavan Pillai|
|1997||Oru Pulimarathinte Katha||Oru Puliya Marathin Kathai by Sundara Ramasami||Attoor Ravi Varma|
|1998||Vasanthathinte Murivu||The Wound of Spring by Menon Marath||M. Gangadharan|
|1999||Raja Ravi Varma||Raja Ravi Varma by Ranjit Desai||K. T. Ravi Varma|
|2000||Manasa Vasudha||Manabjamin by Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay||Leela Sarkar|
|2002||Sastram Charitrathil||Science in History by John Desmond Bernal||M. C. Nambudiripad|
|2003||Ambedkar Sampoorna Krithikal||Ambedkar Complete Works by B. R. Ambedkar||M. P. Sadasivan|
|2004||Divine Comedy||Divine Comedy by Dante||Kilimanoor Ramakanthan|
|2005||Divyam||Divya by U. R. Ananthamurthy||C. Raghavan|
|2006||Arkkamarashi||Akkarmashi by Sharankumar Limbale||Kaliyath Damodaran|
|2007||Don Quixote||Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes||Thomas Nadakkal|
|2008||Charakapaitrukam||Charaka Samhita by Charaka||Muthulakshmi|
|2009||Padinjaran Kavithakal||Multiple works||K. Satchidanandan|
|2010||Adinte Virunnu||The Feast of the Goat by Mario Vargas Llosa||Asha Latha|
|2011||Ka:||Ka by Roberto Calasso||K. B. Prasanna Kumar|
|2012||Marubhoomi||Désert by J. M. G. Le Clézio||S. Sreenivasan|
|2013||Ulysses||Ulysses by James Joyce||N. Moosakutty|
|2014||Chokher Bali||Chokher Bali by Rabindranath Tagore||Sunil Naliyath|
|2015||Soundarya Lahari||Soundarya Lahari by Adi Shankara||Guru Muni Narayana Prasad|
|2016||Pranayavum Mooladhanavum||Love and Capital: Karl and Jenny Marx and the
Birth of a Revolution by Mary Gabriel
|C. M. Rajan|
|2017||Parvathangalum Mattolikollunnu||And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini||Rama Menon|
|2018||Swapnangalude Vyakhyanam||The Interpretation of Dreams by Sigmund Freud||P. P. K. Pothuval|
|2019||Gautama Buddhante Parinirvanam||Book Three of Old Path White Clouds by Thích Nhất Hạnh||K. Aravindakshan|
|2020||Upekshikkappetta Divasangal||Days of Abandonment by Elena Ferrante||Sangeetha Sreenivasan|
|2021||Kayen||Cain by José Saramago||Aymanam John|
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