Synonyms for aananda or Related words with aananda

hrudaya              swapnam              iniyum              mangalya              makkalu              puthu              pareeksha              nooru              nirangal              jeevana              kaattu              njaan              geetham              vannu              poocha              bandham              sambhavam              thedi              paadum              theerpu              puthri              swargam              njan              veenai              rahasyam              thaai              kondu              paattu              sagaram              kanasu              ponnu              neeye              raasa              swanthamevide              oruthi              anandha              varavu              gaanam              raktha              thilakam              thalattu              paadi              madhuram              kudumba              kodalu              paravaigal              mitrulu              priyuralu              paadam              kaathal             



Examples of "aananda"
Aananda Pokharel, is a member of the Parliament of Nepal and the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist–Leninist). He was Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation.
He also wrote a series of articles with the title "Neeyum Naanum" in "Aananda Vikatan". It is known for its scripted motivation.
A Hindu temple situated in a small hill called Aananda Giri Hill near Hebbal, Bangalore capital city of Karnataka state, India, was originated in 13th century Chola dynasty era.
As a qualified engineer, Chatterjee had a job in Rajasthan, following which he came back to Kolkata and joined "Sandesh", the Bengali magazine revived by Satyajit Ray. He started his career in the advertisement department of the children's magazine Sandesh. Ray cast him in a cameo in "Mahanagar" and then famously as the singer Goopy Gyne in "Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne". The song "Aaha Ki Aananda Aakshe Batashe" filmed on him and "Rabi Ghosh" still stirs the memory of the "Bengali" film lovers.
Poduval married Lakshmikutty Amma at the age of 36. By the age of 56, he became the father of seven children: Janakikutty, Krishna Vijayan, Gopalakrishnan, Anjaneyan, Gaayathri, Hari Govindan, and Aananda Sivaraman. After his marriage, he lived at Palakkode village near Angadipuram, under the patronage of the chief priest of Thirumanthamkunnu Temple at Angadipuram, Pandhalakkode Sankaran Namboodiri. Poduval died on August 13, 1996, aged 80.
It is not clear, how much of this legend is true. Although he might have been the first king of the whole of Maldives, the story of a prince might actually be a corruption of the stories of King Soorudasaruna-Adeettiya and King Balaadeettiya- both exiled princes from the Kalinga Kingdom of India who founded the Solar and Lunar Dynastries of the Maldives. According to this source ("Kitab fi Athaari Meedoo el-Qadimiyyeh" by Allama Ahmed Shihabuddine relating from The "Maapanansa" copper plates), Koimala or Siri Mahaabarana, the son of King Siri Bovana Aananda was the fourth king of the Lunar Dynastry and uncle to King Dhovemi (Siri Bavana-adiththa) the first Sultan (Muslim king) of the Maldives.
It is not clear, how much of this legend is true. Although he might have been the first king of the whole of Maldives, the story of a prince might actually be a corruption of the stories of King Soorudasaruna-Adeettiya and King Balaadeettiya- both exiled princes from the Kalinga Kingdom of India who founded the Solar and Lunar Dynastries of the Maldives. According to this source ("Kitab fi Athaari Meedoo el-Qadimiyyeh" by Allama Ahmed Shihabuddine relating from The "Maapanansa" copper plates), Koimala or Siri Mahaabarana, the son of King Siri Bovana Aananda was the fourth king of the Lunar Dynastry and uncle to King Dhovemi (Siri Bavana-adiththa) the first Sultan (Muslim king) of the Maldives.
The legend of the temple is same as the legend of Ānanda-tāṇḍava. Adhisesha, the serpent who serves as a bed of Lord Vishnu, hears about the Änanda thaandava and yearns to see and enjoy it. Lord Shiva beckons him to assume the saintly form of sage Patanjali and sends him to the Thillai forest, informing him that he will display the dance in due course. Patanjali who meditated in the Himalayas during "krita" age joins another saint, Vyaghrapada or Pulikaalmuni ("Vyagra" / "Puli" meaning "Tiger" and "patha" / "kaal" meaning "feet" – referring to the story of how he sought and got the feet and eyesight of a tiger to help climb trees well before dawn to pick flowers for The Lord before the bees visit them). The story of sage Patanjali as well as his great student sage Upamanyu is narrated in both "Vishnu Purana" as well as "Shiva Purana". They move into the Thillai forest and worship Lord Shiva in the form of "lingam", a deity worshipped today as Thirumoolataneswarar ("Thiru" - sri, "Moolatanam" - primordial or in the nature of a foundation, "Eswarar"- the Lord). Legends say that Lord Shiva displayed his dance of bliss (the Aananda Thaandavam) - as Nataraja to these two saints on the day of the "poosam" star in the Tamil month of "Thai" (January – February).
Bantawa’s drama "Asiskha pratiphal" ("Disadvantages of the Ignorant") was published in 1995 and his short epic, "Mayazal" ("Web of Love"), in 1999. In 1999, he also published a collection of poems, "Mirmire" ("Dawn"). In 2010 published "Ghar Timro sapanako" ("Anthology of songs"). In 2005, Bantawa’s folk, contemporary and pop album "Aava" ("Sparks"), sung solo by the Nepali singer Abha Mukarung, was a popular success and brought the singer stardom in Nepal. "Awaz" ("Voice"), an album dedicated to peace, in which Bantawa’s lyrics were complemented by music written by the well-known Nepali and Hindi singer-composer Nagandra Shrest, and sung by Nagandra Shrest, Bikal Pardhan and Abha Mukarung, followed in 2006. In 1998, Bantawa was awarded an honorary membership in the Art Academy of Nepal for Asiskha Pratiphal. In 2005, Nepal’s Shabda Satabdi (Word of the Century) Association gave him its Creative Award; in 2006, the Indigenous Association of Nepal presented him its Best Indigenous Song Writer Talent Award. In 2007 he was honored by two Hong Kong Nepalese organizations, the Khotang Society and the British Gurkha Ex-Servicemen’s Association. In 2008, Honored by Hong Kong Nepalese Federation. In 2009, Honorary Member, Eastern Mirror Society Nepal. In 2009, Honorary Member, Rawa-Sawa Academic Society Nepal. In 2009, Honored by Kirant Rai Association Hong Kong Nepal. In 2010, Honored by Nepalese Literary Academy Hong Kong Nepal. In 2010, Honored by Heavenly path Society, Hong Kong Nepal. In 2010, Honorary Member, Khotang Society Hong Kong Nepal. In 2010, Honorary Member, Achchha Rai Rasik Literary Academy Nepal. Kata hideko song has been added to class eight’s Music book 2012 AD. Aananda Puri is completed his master's degree thesis on Ram Krishna Bantawa’s Life and literature from Tribhuvan University 2012 AD. Gehendra Niroula is completed his master's degree thesis on Ram Krishna Bantawa’s literature from Tribhuvan University 2012 AD.