Synonyms for abhayam or Related words with abhayam

thedi              geetham              ponnu              vendum              sookshikkuka              thaai              iniyum              kudumba              kaattu              muthal              njaan              kadha              rathri              swapnam              poocha              naanu              intlo              theerpu              anandha              njan              rahasyam              hrudaya              varavu              madhuram              sneham              ninne              bandham              kannukal              abhinivesham              divasam              pudhu              vanadevatha              thottu              thilakam              ambili              pattathu              snehamulla              sandhyakku              ithu              thalattu              koottam              kalyaanam              kizhakku              neeyum              manassoru              orikkal              ivide              kanasu              marikkumo              puthu             

Examples of "abhayam"
Both the Mulavar and the Utsavar are identical, the idol is a small Vigraham, with the young baby faced Muruga, with four hands Vajram, Shaktivaram & Abhayam with a Peacock on the left and the lord sits on a lotus Padmapeetam.
"Abhayam" - an initiative of AKG Memorial Charitable Trust, Parappanangadi is one of the major NGOs in the district which function in the field of palliative care and other philanthropic activities.
Abhayam Thedi is a 1986 Indian Malayalam film, directed by IV Sasi. The film stars Mohanlal, Shobhana, Sukumari, and Thilakan in lead roles. The film had musical score by Shyam.
The Bhagavad Gita (Slokas XVI.1–3), in the Mahabharata, gives a list of twenty-six divine attributes beginning with "abhayam" ('fearlessness') and "sattva sansuddhih" ('purity of mind'), ending with "adroha" ('bearing enmity to none') and "naatimaanita" ('absence of arrogance'):
Akalangalil Abhayam is a 1980 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Jesey and produced by Joy Kuriakose and C Chacko. The film stars Madhu, Sheela, Sharada and Sukumaran in lead roles. The film had musical score by G. Devarajan.
Abhayam () is a 1991 Malayalam children's film written by Shibu Chakravarthy, directed by Sivan, produced by Children's Film Society of India (CFSI), and starring Madhu, Parvathy, Tarun Kumar, Ramachandran, Kottayam Santha, Raghavan and Baby Ambili. The film gets a dubbed release in Hindi as "Main Phir Aaunga".
Abhayam is a 1970 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Ramu Kariyat and produced by Sobhana Parameswaran Nair. The film stars Madhu, Sheela, Raghavan and Jose Prakash in lead roles. The film featured original songs composed by V. Dakshinamoorthy and original musical score composed by Salil Chowdhury.
The music was composed by G. Ramanathan. Lyrics were by Thanjai N. Ramaiah Dass, A. Maruthakasi, Kambadasan & Kannadasan. Singers are T. R. Mahalingam & P. Bhanumathi . Playback singers Seerkazhi Govindarajan, Thiruchi Loganathan, V. T. Rajagopalan, M. L. Vasanthakumari, P. Leela, Radha Jayalakshmi, N. L. Ganasaraswathi, T. V. Rathinam, A. P. Komala & K. Abhayam.
He has received three state Nandi Awards and the National Film Award for his works. He received the National Film Award for Best Child Artist in 1991, for his work in Mani Ratnam's Anjali, which was India's official entry to the Oscars for that year. Tarun won critical acclaim with the Malayalam children's film, "Abhayam" (1991), which won the National Film Award for Best Children's Film for that year, and Tarun won the Best Child artist Award at the "Furoshiki Film Festival in Japan".
At the mid-day the door of Sanctum Sanctorum closes for ucha pooja. Only to re-open at 2 pm for the "Makam Darsanam" at that time Devi who appears in her sacred full-fledged splendour and glory decked in her sacred gold ornaments, precious jewellery and innumerable garlands. This is exactly the form of vision which Villwamangalam Swamiyar was believed to have had when he faced westward after the "Prathishta" (installation) of Kizhukkavu Bhagavathy, Chottanikkara Devi appears at this moment clad in glittering clothes brilliant ornaments and fine jewellery with her four arms bearing varam, Abhayam, Shank and Chakram (Offering gift and refuge) to her ardent devotees. It is fervently believed that Darsanam at this moment will result in the fulfillment of all prayers and cherished desires. It is fervently believed that those who gain Darsanam at this crucial Mithuna Lagna, will be blessed with the fulfillment of their long standing desire and prayers.
In the 1960s, important children's films from Japan include "Bad Boys" (1960), based on the lives of children in a reform school for juvenile delinquents, and "Boy" (1969). In the 1950s, important children's films from Asia include the motion picture Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne by Satyajit Ray (1969). South India gave us the children's film "Daisy" (1988), depicting children in a boarding school and their experience of separation and longing. Other children's films from this region also include "Abhayam" (1991), which is also known by the alternate title, "Shelter", by Sivan. It was awarded the Silver Elephant and Special International Jury & CIFEJ Jury Awards at the 7th International Children's Film Festival. India also has a neo-realist children's film about street children in Mumbai, "Salaam Bombay" (1988) by Mira Nair. It depicts the cruel way in which adults treat children in India by showing the hard life of street children in Mumbai (also called as Bombay). Important children's films from India also include the Bollywood films "Masoom" (1983) and "Mr. India" (1987); both directed by Shekhar Kapoor. Other important children's films include the reproduction of the German Fairy tales of the Grimm brothers by the Israeli film companies Golan Globus and Cannon Films in their series called "Cannon Movie Tales", which includes: "The Frog Prince" (1986), starring Aileen Quinn, Helen Hunt, and John Paragon; "Beauty and the Beast" (1987), starring John Savage; and "Puss in Boots" (1988), starring Christopher Walken. From Japan, Miyazaki's "Spirited Away" was voted as the number one film that must be seen by 14 years of age. That list also included the Maori motion picture Whale Rider (2002). Another important children's film is "Son of Mary" (1998), directed by Hamid Jebeli and set in Azerbaijan. It deals with the relationship between a Muslim boy and an Armenian priest.