Sangeet Natak Akademi Award

Sangeet Natak Akademi Award (IAST: Saṅgīta Nāṭaka Akādamī Puraskāra), also known as the Akademi Puraskar,[1] is an award given by the Sangeet Natak Akademi, India's National Academy of Music, Dance & Drama. It is the highest Indian recognition[2] given to people in the field of performing arts.[3]

Sangeet Natak Akademi Award
Award for contributions to Performing arts
Awarded forAward for performing arts in India
Sponsored bySangeet Natak Akademi
First awarded1952
Last awarded2021
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In 2003, the award consisted of Rs. 50,000, a citation, an angavastram (a shawl), and a tamrapatra (a brass plaque).[4][5] Since 2009, the cash prize has been increased to ₹1,00,000.[6] The awards are given in the categories of music, dance, theatre, other traditional arts and puppetry, and for contribution/scholarship in performing arts.[4]

Award recipients edit

The recipients of the Sangeet Natak Akademi award in various categories of performing arts have been listed below:[7][8][9]

Music edit

Hindustani music edit

Vocal edit

Instrumental edit

Been/Rudra Veena/Vichitra Veena edit
Flute edit
Guitar edit
Harmonium edit
Pakhavaj edit
  • 1955 – Govind Rao Burhanpurkar
  • 1965 – Sakharam Tavde
  • 1967 – Ayodhya Prasad
  • 1978 – Purushottam Das
  • 1988 – Ramshankardas Pagaldas
  • 1991 – Chatrapati Singh
  • 1993 – Gopaldas Panse
  • 1995 – Ram Ashish Pathak
  • 2003 – Bhavani Shankar
  • 2011 – Totaram Sharma
  • 2020 – Dal Chand Sharma
Santoor edit
Sarangi edit
Sarod edit
Shehnai edit
Sitar edit
Surbahar edit
Tabla edit
Violin edit

Carnatic music edit

Vocal edit

Instrumental edit

Clarionet edit
Flute edit
Ghatam edit
Gottuvadhyam edit
Kanjira edit
Mandolin edit
Mridangam edit
Nagaswaram edit
Saxophone edit
Thavil edit
Veena edit
Violin edit
  • 2023 – H. K. Venkataram

Creative and experimental music edit

Other major traditions of music edit

  • 2008 – Ningombam Ibobi Singh (Nata Sankirtana, Manipur)
  • 2009 – L. Ibohalmacha Singh (Nata Sankirtana, Manipur)
  • 2010 – M.V. Simhachala Sastry (Harikatha, Tirupathi)
  • 2011 – Gopal Chandra Panda (Odissi Music)
  • 2012 – Bhai Balbir Singh Ragi (Gurbani)
  • 2013 – Bankim Sethi (Odissi Music)
  • 2015 – Hridaynath Mangeshkar (Sugam Sangeet), Prafulla Kar (Sugam Sangeet), Bhupinder Singh (Sugam Sangeet)
  • 2018 – Suresh Wadkar (Sugam Sangeet), Shanti Hiranand (Sugam Sangeet), H. Ashangbi Devi (Nata Sankirtana, Manipur)
  • 2019 – O. S. Arun (Sugam Sangeet), Sharma Bandhu (Sugam Sangeet), D. Uma Maheshwari (Harikatha)
  • 2020 – Anup Jalota (Sugam Sangeet), N. Irabot Singh (Nata Sankirtana)
  • 2021 – Susmita Das (Sugam Sangeet), H. R. Leelavathi (Sugam Sangeet), Kumud Diwan (Thumri)

Dance edit

Bharatanatyam edit

Chhau edit

  • 1963 – Sudhendra Narayan Singh Deo (Seraikella)
  • 1971 – Ananta Charan Sai (Mayurbhanj)
  • 1975 – Krishna Chandra Naik (Mayurbhanj)
  • 1981 – Kedar Nath Sahoo (Seraikella)
  • 1982 – Gambhir Singh Mura (Purulia)
  • 1987 – Madan Mohan Lenka (Mayurbhanj)
  • 1988 – Srihari Nayak (Mayurbhanj)
  • 1990 – Bikram Kumbhakar (Seraikella)
  • 1991 – Chandra Sekhar Bhanj (Mayurbhanj)
  • 2004 – Shashadhar Acharya
  • 2012 – Jai Narayan Samal
  • 2014 – Jagru Mahato
  • 2015 – Sadashiva Pradhan
  • 2016 – Gopal Prasad Dubey
  • 2017 – Janmajay Saibabu
  • 2018 – Tapan Kumar Pattanayak (Seraikella)
  • 2019 – Brajendra Kumar Pattnaik
  • 2020 – Trilochan Mohanta
  • 2021 – Bhuvan Kumar

Creative dance/Choreography edit

Kathak edit

Kathakali edit

Kuchipudi edit

Manipuri edit

  • 1956 – Maisnam Amubi Singh
  • 1958 – Haobam Atomba Singh
  • 1961 – T. Amudon Sharma
  • 1963 – Atombapu Sharma
  • 1965 – Guru Bipin Singh
  • 1969 – Ojha Thangjam Chaoba Singh
  • 1972 – Kshetri Tombi Devi
  • 1973 – L. Koireng Singh
  • 1974 – L. Ibemhal Devi
  • 1975 – Rajani Maibi
  • 1976 – Ojha Maibam Ibungohal Singh
  • 1977 – Nayana Susheel Jhaveri
  • 1980 – L. Thouranishabi Devi
  • 1982 – L. Tombi Devi
  • 1985 – Khaidem Lokeshwar Singh
  • 1987 – Tarun Kumar Singh
  • 1988 – Ibopishak Sharma
  • 1990 – Th. Babu Singh
  • 1993 – H. Ngangbi Devi
  • 1994 – T. Nadia Singh
  • 1995 – L. Thambalngoubi Devi
  • 1996 – Darshana Jhaveri
  • 1997 – Samanduram Tondon Devi
  • 1998 – N. Madhabi Devi
  • 1999–2000 – Sorokhaibam Naran Singh
  • 2001 – Charu Sija Mathur
  • 2002 – K. Ongbi Leipaklotpi Devi
  • 2003 – Thiyam Suryamukhi Devi, Kalavati Devi
  • 2005 – K. Radhamohon Sharma
  • 2009 – L. Bino Devi
  • 2010 – Phanjoubam Iboton Singh
  • 2011 – Priti Patel
  • 2014 – N. Amusana Devi
  • 2016 – Maisnam Kaminikumar Singh
  • 2017 – L.N. Oinam Ongdi Doni Devi
  • 2018 – Akham Lakshmi Devi
  • 2020 – Sruti Bandopadhay
  • 2021 – Thokchom Ibemubi Devi

Mohiniattam edit

Odissi edit

Sattriya edit

  • 1963 – Maniram Datta Moktar
  • 1978 – Bapuram Bayan Attai
  • 1980 – Roseshwar Saikia Bayan Moktar
  • 1996 – Indira P. P. Bora
  • 1998 – Pradip Chaliha
  • 1999–2000 – Parmanand Borbayan
  • 2001 – Ghanakanta Bora
  • 2004 – Jatin Goswami
  • 2007 – Ganakanta Dutta Borbayan
  • 2010 – Manik Borbayan
  • 2013 – Jogen Dutta Bayan
  • 2014 – Anita Sharma
  • 2015 – Sarodi Saikia
  • 2016 – Haricharan Bhuyan Borbayan
  • 2017 – Ramkrishna Talukdar
  • 2018 – Tankeswar Hazarika Borbayan
  • 2019 – Ranjumoni Saikia

Other major traditions of dance and dance theatre edit

  • 2007 – Kalamandalam Sivan Namboodiri (Kutiyattam)
  • 2009 – Kala Krishna (Andhranatyam)
  • 2010 – Painkulam Rama Chakyar (Kutiyattam)
  • 2012 – Painkulam Damodara Chakyar (Kutiyattam)
  • 2013 – Srinivasa Rangachariar (Arayer Sevai)
  • 2021 – Kalamandalam Girija (Kutiyattam)

Music for dance edit

Folk and Tribal dance edit

Theatre edit

Acting edit

From 1952–2003 (language-wise) edit

Assamese edit
Bengali theatre edit
Gujarati theatre edit
Hindi theatre edit
Kannada edit
Malayalam edit
  • 1960 – C. I. Parameswaran Pillai
  • 1965 – V. T. Aravindaksha Menon
  • 1969 – N. N. Pillai
Manipuri edit
Marathi theatre edit
Oriya edit
  • 1961 – Samuel Sahu
Sanskrit edit
Tamil edit
Telugu theatre edit
Urdu edit

From 2004 onwards edit

Mime edit

Direction edit

Playwriting edit

2012 onwards edit

Allied Theatre Arts edit

  • Lighting
    • 1974 – Tapas Sen
    • 1977 – V, Ramamurthy
    • 1989 – G.N. Dasgupta
    • 1994 – Kanishka Sen
    • 1997 – Mansukh Joshi (for scenic design also)
    • 1999–2000 – R.K. Dhingra
    • 2002 – Ashok Sagar Bhagat
    • 2003 – Sreenivas G. Kappanna
    • 2005 – Suresh Bhardwaj
    • 2006 - Gautam Bhattacharya
    • 2011 – Kamal Jain
    • 2019 – Souti Chakraborty
    • 2020 – Raghav Prakash
  • Scenic Design
  • Costumes/Make-up
    • 1981 – Ashok Srivastava (Make-up)
    • 1990 – Roshan Alkazi (Costume Design)
    • 1999–2000 – Shakti Sen (Make-up)
    • 2001 – Dolly Ahluwalia (Costume Design)
    • 2003 – Anant Gopal Shinde (Make-up)
    • 2004 – Prema Karanth (Costume Design)
    • 2008 – Amba Sanyal (Costume Designing)
    • 2009 – Kamal Arora (Make-up)
    • 2013 – Krishna Borkar (Make-up)
    • 2019 – N.K. Ramakrishna (Make-up)
    • 2020 – M. Purushottam (Costume Design)
  • Music for Theatre
    • 1999–2000 – Kajal Ghosh, Kamal Tewari
    • 2005 - R. Paramashivan
    • 2009 – Kuldeep Singh
    • 2012 - Murari Roychoudhury
    • 2014 - Amod Bhatt, Amardas Manikpuri (Chhattisgarh)
  • Stagecraft
    • 1993 – M.S. Sathyu
    • 1995 – N. Krishnamoorthy
    • 2002 – Nissar Allana
    • 2005 – H. V. Sharma
    • 2020 – N. Jadumani Singh

Major traditions of theatre edit

  • 2007 – Kolyur Ramachandra Rao (Yakshagana)
  • 2008 – Bansi Lal Khiladi, Khayal (Rajasthan)
  • 2012 – Ghulam Rasool Bhagat (Bhand Pather)
  • 2014 – Manjunath Bhagwat Hostota (Yakshagana)
  • 2018 – Bhagawat A. S. Nanjappa (Yakshagana), A. M. Parameswaran Kuttan Chakkiyar (Kutiyattam)
  • 2019 – K. S. Krishanappa (Isai Natakam)
  • 2020 – P. P. Kandaswami (Therukoothu)
  • 2021 – Gunindra Nath Ojah (Music and Direction in Ankiya Bhaona)

Other Traditional/ Folk/ Tribal/ Dance/ Music/ Theatre and Puppetry edit

  • 1964 – Mani Madhava Chakyar (Kutiyattam), Kerala
  • 1969 – Gahan Chandra Goswami (Ankia Nat, Assam)
  • 1972 – Kudamaloor Karunakaran Nair (Kathakali), Kerala
  • 1976 – Raghunath Panigrahi (Joint Award with Sanjukta Panigrahi for Odissi Music, Orissa)
  • 1981 – Kamini Kumar Narzary (Bodo Tribal Dance, Assam)
  • 1983 – Dharmiklal Chunilal Pandya (Akhyana), Gujarat
  • 1983 – Lalit Chandra Ojha (Ojapali and Deodhani Dances, Assam)
  • 1984 – Balakrushna Dash (Odissi Music, Orissa)
  • 1985 – Mohan Chandra Barman (Bhaona, Assam)
  • 1984 – Bhubaneswar Mishra (Odissi Music, Orissa)
  • 1987 – Bhupen Hazarika (Folk Music, Assam)
  • 1988 – Pratima Barua Pandey (Folk Music, Assam)
  • 1989 – Rajen Pam (Tribal Music, Assam)
  • 1990 – Rameshwar Pathak (Folk Music, Assam)
  • 1991 – Puranchand Wadali & Pyarelal Wadali (Folk Music), Punjab
  • 1992 – Khagen Mahanta (Folk Music, Assam)
  • 1994 – M. Boyer (Tiatr), Goa
  • 1995 – Teejan Bai (Pandavani), Madhya Pradesh
  • 1997 – Arghya sen [(Rabindra Sangeet), West Bengal
  • 1997 – P. R. Thilagam, Kuravanji performer, Tamil Nadu
  • 1998 – Ghulam Mohammad Saznawaz, Jammu and Kashmir
  • 2002 – Dilip Sarma & Sudakshina Sarma (Jyoti Sangeet, Assam - Joint Award)
  • 2003 – Prabhat Sarma (traditional & Folk Music, Assam)
  • 2003 – Kosha Kanta Deva Goswami (Mask Making Bhaona, Assam)
  • 2003 – Banamali Maharana (Odissi Music, Orissa)
  • 2005 – Khirod Khakhlari (Bodo Dance & Music, Assam)
  • 2005 – Kashinath Pujapanda (Odissi Music, Orissa)
  • 2005 – Mathoor Govindan Kutty (Kathakali), Kerala
  • 2007 – Subodh Debbarma (Folk dance), Tripura
  • 2007 – Amar Pal (Folk Song), West Bengal
  • 2008 – Kartar Singh (Gurbani), Punjab
  • 2008 – Mangi Bai Arya (Mand), Rajasthan
  • 2008 – Lakha Khan Mangniyar, (Folk Music), Rajasthan
  • 2008 – Bansi Lal Khilari (Khayal), Rajasthan
  • 2009 – Bhikhudan Gadhvi (Folk music), Gujarat
  • 2010 – Harbhajan Singh Namdhari (Gurbani Kirtan), Punjab
  • 2010 – Nazeer Ahmed Khan Warsi and Naseer Ahmed Khan Warsi (Qawwali), Andhra Pradesh
  • 2010 – Dwijen Mukherjee (Rabindra Sangeet), West Bengal
  • 2010 – Chandabai Tiwadi (Bharud), Maharashtra
  • 2010 – T. Somasundaram (Folk dance), Tamil Nadu
  • 2010 – Krishna Kumari (Folk music: Bhakha), Jammu and Kashmir
  • 2010 – Chand Jagdish Tiwadi (Folk theatre: Bharud), Maharashtra
  • 2011 – Trippekulam Achuta Marar, Kerala
  • 2011 – Hemant Chauhan (Folk Music), Gujarat
  • 2011 – Gurmeet Bawa (Folk Music), Punjab
  • 2011 – Kashiram Sahu (Folk Theatre), Chhattisgarh
  • 2011 – Mipham Otsal (Traditional Theatre), Jammu & Kashmir
  • 2011 – Bellagallu Veeranna (Togalu Gombeyatta, Puppetry), Karnataka
  • 2011 – Gopal Chandra Das (Putul Nach), Tripura
  • 2011 – Kasmi Khan Niyazi (Making of musical Instrument), DeIhi
  • 2012 – Go Ru Channabasappa (Folk Music - Karnataka)
  • 2012 – Kinaram Nath Oja (Suknani Ojapali - Assam)
  • 2012 – Prem Singh Dehati (Folk Music - Haryana)
  • 2012 – Sulochana Chavan (Lavani - Maharashtra)
  • 2012 – Mattannur Sankaran Kutty Marar (Thayambaka - Kerala)
  • 2012 – Govind Ram Nirmalkar (Nacha - Chhattisgarh)
  • 2012 – Heera Das Negi (Mask Making - Himachal Pradesh)
  • 2013 – Meeenakshi K. (Instrument Making - Ghatam - Tamil Nadu)
  • 2013 – Raj Begum, Traditional, Folk Music/Dance & Theatre (Jammu & Kashmir)
  • 2013 – T.A.R. Nadi Rao & N Jeeva Rao (Joint Award), Folk Music (Tamil Nadu)
  • 2013 – Gurdial Singh, Instrument Making (Punjab)
  • 2013 – Mohan Singh Khangura, Rabindra Sangeet (West Bengal)
  • 2013 – Umakanta Gogoi (Bairagi), Tokari Geet and Dehbichar Geet, (Assam)
  • 2013 – Sheikh Riyajuddin alias Rajubaba, Folk Theatre (Maharashtra)
  • 2014 – Puran Shah Koti (Traditional Music - Punjab)
  • 2014 – Kalamandalam Ram Mohan (Makeup/Costume for Kathakali)
  • 2014 – Reba Kanta Mohanta (Mask Making - Assam)
  • 2014 – Abdul Rashid Hafiz (Folk Music - Jammu & Kashmir )
  • 2014 – K.Shanathoiba Sharma (Thang-Ta - Manipur)
  • 2014 – Ramdayal Sharma (Nautanki - U.P.)
  • 2014 – Thanga Darlong (Folk Music - Tripura)
  • 2015 - K. K. Ramachandra Pulavar (Tholpavakoothu)[12]
  • 2015 – Ramchandra Singh (Folk Theater - Bihar)
  • 2017 – Mukund Nayak (Folk Music - Jharkhand)
  • 2017 – Prakash Khandge (Folk Arts - Maharashtra)
  • 2018 – Malini Awasthi (Folk Music - Uttar Pradesh)
  • 2018 – Gazi Khan Barna (Folk Music - Khartal, Rajasthan)
  • 2018 – Narendra Singh Negi (Folk Songs - Uttarakhand)
  • 2018 – Niranjan Rajyaguru (Folk Music - Gujarat)
  • 2018 – Mohd. Sadiq Bhagat (Folk Theatre - Bhand Pather, J&K)
  • 2018 – Kota Sachidanand Shastry (Harikatha - Andhra Pradesh)
  • 2018 – Arjun Singh Dhurve (Folk Dance - Madhya Pradesh)
  • 2018 – Somnath Battu (Folk Music - Himachal Pradesh)
  • 2018 – Hem Chandra Goswami (Mask Making - Assam)
  • 2019 – Mamta Chandrakar (Folk Music Chhattisgarh)
  • 2019 – Ram Lal (Folk Music, Uttarakhand)
  • 2019 – Shankarbhai Hakabhai Dharjiya (Folk Music & Dance - Gujarat)
  • 2019 – Nathulal Solanki (Folk Music - Rajasthan)
  • 2019 – Pandurang Ghotkar (Folk Music - Maharashtra)
  • 2019 – Peruvanam Kuttan Marar (Thayambaka - Kerala)
  • 2019 – Urmila Pandey (Folk Music - Madhya Pradesh)
  • 2019 – Sayed Mohmmed P.P. (Folk Music & Dance - Lakshadweep)
  • 2019 – Majid Gulabsaheb Sitarmaker (Instrument Making - Maharashtra)
  • 2019 – Dulal Kanji (Instrument Making - West Bengal)
  • 2020 – Balkar Sidhu (Folk Dance - Punjab)
  • 2020 – Nandlal Garg (Folk Music - Himachal Pradesh)
  • 2020 – B. Lalthlengliana (Folk Theatre - Mizoram)
  • 2020 – Ranjana Kumri Jha (Folk Music - Bihar)
  • 2020 – S. G. Lakshmidevamma (Folk Music - Karnataka)
  • 2020 – Tarubala Debbarma (Folk Music and Dance - Tripura)
  • 2020 – Sang Jangmu (Folk Dance - Arunachal Pradesh)
  • 2020 – Gafoor Khan Manganiar (Folk Music - Rajasthan)
  • 2020 – Zachunu Keyho (Folk Music - Nagaland)
  • 2021 – Silbi Passah (Folk Music - Meghalaya)
  • 2021 – Durga Prasad Murmu (Folk Music and Dance - Jharkhand)
  • 2021 – Prashanna Gogoi (Folk Music & Dance - Assam)
  • 2021 – Gartigere Raghanna (H. N Raghavenda) (Folk Music - Karnataka)
  • 2021 – S Samundaram (Folk Music - Tamil Nadu)
  • 2021 – Data Ram Purohit (Folk Music & Theatre - Uttarakhand)
  • 2021 – Mahavir Singh Guddu (Folk Music & Dance - Haryana)
  • 2021 – N Tiken Singh (Folk Music - Manipur)
  • 2021 – N. Sekar (Folk Music - Puducherry)
  • 2021 – R. Murugan (Instrument Making - Tamil Nadu)

Puppetry/ Mime/ Allied arts of traditional forms edit

  • 1978 – Kathinanada Das (Ravanchhaya puppetry), Orissa
  • 1979 – U. Kogga Devanna Kamath (Gombeatta puppetry), Karnataka
  • 1980 – K.L. Krishnan Kutty Pulavar (Tholpava Koothu), Kerala
  • 1981 – M.R. Ranganatha Rao, Karnataka
  • 1983 – Meher Rustom Contractor, Gujarat
  • 1987 – Suresh Dutta, West Bengal
  • 1992 – Dadi Dorab Pudumjee, Delhi
  • 1995 – T. Hombiah, Karnataka
  • 1998 – Kolhacharan Sahu (Ravanchhaya puppetry), Orissa
  • 1999 – B.H. Puttashamachar, Karanataka
  • 2001 – Hiren Bhattacharya, Assam
  • 2003 – Puran Bhatt, Rajasthan
  • 2005 – Ganpat Sakharam Masge, Maharashtra
  • 2010 – K. Chinna Anjannamma (Shadow puppetry: Tolu Bommalata), Andhra Pradesh
  • 2010 – K.V. Ramakrishnan and K.C. Ramakrishnan (Glove puppetry: Pava Kathakali), Kerala
  • 2012 – Prafulla Karmakar (Traditional Puppetry - West Bengal)
  • 2013 – Lilavati M Kavi (Bajaj), Puppetry
  • 2014 – K. Kesavasamy (Puppetry - Puducherry)
  • 2016 – Prabhitangsu Das (Contemporary Puppetry - Tripura)
  • 2018 – Anupama Hoskere (Classical String Puppetry of Karnataka, Bengaluru)
  • 2020 – Meena Nayak (Puppetry - Maharashtra)

Films edit

Key
   # Indicates an award for the performing arts in the media
List of recipients, showing the year and field
Year Recipient Field
1957 Debaki Bose Direction
1957 Gajanan Digambar Madgulkar Screenplay
1958 Sachin Dev Burman Music Direction
1958 Durga Khote Acting
1959 Ashok Kumar Acting
1959 Satyajit Ray Direction
1960 Chhabi Biswas Acting
1961 Lalita Pawar Acting
1961 Kavi Pradeep Lyricist
1961 Mukhram Sharma Screenplay
1988 Salil Chowdhury# Music
1991 Sudhir Phadke# Music
1992 Naushad# Music
1992 K. J. Yesudas# Music
2001 Prem Matiyani# Theatre

Overall Contribution/Scholarship edit

List of recipients, showing the year and field[7]
Year Recipient Field
1994 Kanak Rele Dance
1994 K. V. Subbanna Theatre
1995 Sunil Kothari Dance
1996 Ram Gopal Bajaj Theatre
2000 B. V. K. Sastry Performing Arts
2000 Nemi Chandra Jain Performing Arts
2000 Shanta Serbjeet Singh Performing Arts
2001 Suresh Awasthi Performing Arts
2002 Romesh Chander Theatre
2002 J. N. Kaushal Theatre
2003 P. V. Subramanium 'Subbudu' Performing Arts
2004 Sushil Kumar Saxena Performing Arts
2005 Pratibha Agrawal Theatre
2006 Rekha Jain Performing Arts
2007 Mukund Lath Performing Arts
2008 R. Sathyanarayana Performing Arts
2009 Leela Venkataraman Performing Arts
2010 Ashok Ranade Music
2010 Jaidev Taneja Theatre
2011 Shrivatsa Goswami
2011 Sundari K. Shridharani
2012 Arun Kakade
2012 Nandini Ramani
2013 N. Ramanathan
2013 Mysore V. Subramanya
2014 Indudhar Nirody
2014 Akshara K. V.
2015 Chaman Lal Ahuja Performing Arts
2015 Shanta Gokhale Performing Arts
2015 Rani Balbir Kaur Theatre
2016 Avinash Pasricha Performing Arts
2017 Sandhya Purecha Dance
2018 Diwan Singh Bajeli Theatre
2018 Puru Dadheech Dance
2019 Utpal K. Banerjee
2019 Ritha Rajan
2020 Mahesh Champaklal Theatre
2020 Nandkishore Kapote Dance
2021 Vibha Dadheech Dance
2021 Premchand Hombal Dance

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