Shanta is a Mumbai-based bilingual writer, translator, theatre historian and cultural columnist. She has written two award-winning novels in Marathi, translated by her into English, and several plays in Marathi and English. She has authored a critical history of Marathi drama, edited three books on theatre, and translated several works of drama, fiction and non-fiction from Marathi into English and vice-versa. She has won the Sangeet Natak Akademi award for overall contribution to the performing arts, the Balshastri Jambhekar award for translation, and Lifetime Achievement awards of the Ooty Literary Festival, Theatre Group Thespo, and the America-based Maharashtra Foundation.
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