Synonyms for akkarai or Related words with akkarai
Examples of "akkarai"
S. Subhalakshmi is a 21st-century violinist in the field of Carnatic music. She is the daughter of renowned violinist
Vattam is a village in the Orathanadu taluk of Thanjavur district, Tamil Nadu, India.
Kottagam is a village in the Mannargudi taluk of Tiruvarur district in Tamil Nadu, India.
Housing area of Sholinganallur includes
, Panaiyur, Rajiv Gandhi Nagar,and MGR Nagar Which are located in East Coast Road.
Kodiveri is a panchayat village in Gobichettipalayam taluk in Erode District of Tamil Nadu state, India. It is about 15 km from Gobichettipalayam and 50 km from district headquarters Erode.The village is located on the road connecting Gobichettipalayam with Sathyamangalam.
Kodiveri has a population of about 2263.
At the 2001 census,
Vattam had a total population of 1,147 with 576 males and 571 females. The sex ratio was 991. The literacy rate was 45.44%.
She attributes all her success to her gurus, especially her father
Shri S Swamynathan, who established her as a musician and continues to guide her.
As per the 2001 census,
Kottagam had a population of 1,943 with 943 males and 1,000 females. The sex ratio was 1060. The literacy rate was 69.53.
S Subhalakshmi, one of the young stars of India, is a South Indian classical (Carnatic) violinist and vocalist par excellence whose rich, soulful music has touched the hearts of listeners around the world.
ISKCON Temple Chennai is a Vaishnava temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. It is located on the East Coast Road at
, Sholinganallur in southern Chennai. Built on 1.5 acres of land, the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) Chennai is the largest Radha Krishna temple in Tamil Nadu. It was formally inaugurated on 26 April 2012.
Subhalakshmi’s concerts have taken her all over the world, including Japan, Singapore, U.S.A., Canada, Germany, Italy, U.K., South Korea, the Middle East, Australia, Sri Lanka, and many more. She had played in the Indo-Russian cultural exchange programme at age thirteen, and has been featured in prestigious events like the Théâtre de la Ville Festival (Paris), the farewell concert for Zubin Mehta (Munich), the Mahatma Gandhi Institute Sangeet Utsav (Mauritius), and the Cleveland Tyagaraja Aradhana (U.S.A.). Subhalakshmi has also played in jugalbandi and fusion concerts with Chitravina Ravikiran, alongside artistes like Pt Vishwa Mohan Bhatt and Pt Ronu Majumdar. Subhalakshmi also performs many violin and vocal duets with her younger sister
S Sornalatha, and they are popularly known as ‘
A child prodigy, Subhalakshmi hails from a musical family; her grandfather Suchindram Shri S P Sivasubramanian was a prolific musician and composer, and her grandmother Smt R Sornambal a harikatha exponent and music teacher. Subhalakshmi is the disciple of her father,
Shri S Swamynathan, a veteran violinist and founder of the Swara Raga Sudha school of music, and his intensive training enabled her to debut as a performing violinist and vocalist at the age of eight. She also trained under Shri V Janakiraman, Shri O V Subramanian and his daughter Smt Padma Natesan of New Delhi, and later on, Padmabhushan Shri P S Narayanaswamy and particularly Chitravina Shri N Ravikiran, who had her in many of his concerts and provided her with valuable musical guidance and experience.
Somu was born in Meenakshipuram in Tirunelveli District. He studied Oriental Studies in Madras University and obtained the Vidwan certification awarded by it. He was a friend and contemporary of Pudhumaipithan. He won a short story competition conducted by the magazine "Ananda Vikatan" in 1938. He published his first collection of poems - "Ilavenil" - in 1946. It won a state award. He worked as the editor of the Tamil magazine "Kalki" during 1954-56. He was the founder-editor of the monthly magazine "Nanban" during 1958-60. He worked in All India Radio for over forty years and retired in 1981. In 1962, he was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award for Tamil for his travelogue "
Cheemayil Arumadhangal". He has written a large number of poems, short stories, novels, non fiction essays, travelogues, plays and research articles on Music. He also contributed several entries to the Tamil Encyclopedia ("Kalaikalanjiyam"). He died in 1999.
Prior to its completion, the East Coast Road mainly consisted of village roads connecting one fishermen hamlet to another. The vital connecting link then was the Old Mahabalipuram Road(SH-49A) till Mahabalipuram. Pondicherry was reached from Chennai through the still existent and busy route via Tambaram, Tindivanam along NH45. The road was built in 1998 by interlinking and improving a series of small village roads that connected the fishing villages along the east coast. The idea was to create infrastructure, facilitate inter-state connectivity and boost tourist movement. But within two years, it started showing signs of distress, adversely affecting the quality of rides and safety of motorists. In 2000, the State government signed a concessionaire agreement with the TNRDC in order to improve the road, at a cost of 60 crore. The 113-km long stretch from
to Pondicherry, dotted with resorts and beach houses, became a toll facility in March 2002 and was upgraded into a two-lane road from a small winding road passing through 154 villages.
The plant, owned by Chennai Metrowater, was constructed by VA Tech Wabag, in consortium with IDE Technologies in Israel, and Larsen and Toubro (L&T) Limited laid the 65-km-long pipeline from the plant to various parts of the city and built underground sumps en route. MECON Limited, a Govt. of India Enterprises, carried out the project management consultancy services for plant construction. The DPR (Detailed project Report), complete design and detailed engineering and bid document was also prepared by MECON Limited. The plant was constructed with a grant obtained from the central government. Underground sumps and water distribution stations are located in Tiruvanmiyur, Velachery, Nemmeli, Kelambakkam, and
. The pumping stations at Nemmeli, Akarai, Tiruvanmiyur and Velachery have a combined capacity of 1,375 HP. The process technology involves marine sea water intake system and pre-treatment system consisting of disc filters followed by ultra filtration (UF). A 1,050-metre-long pipeline with a diameter of 1,600 mm (HDPE) has been sunk at a depth of about 14.1 m in the sea side and 5.5 m in the shore side, capable of drawing nearly 265 MLD of seawater by means of gravity. Another 750-metre-long pipeline with a diameter of 1,200 mm discharges waste water from the plant. Disc filters and ultra-filtration membranes that remove sediment and finer sand particles from the raw seawater were imported from Israel, while additional reverse osmosis membranes were imported from Japan.
While on stage the charismatic Vighnaraja mesmerizes the audiences with his out standing abilities taking the audience to another realm with his perfect control over laya and melody. He is always ready to serve his improvisational commands modulating to any degree unmindful of the speed. Its timeless and speechless sensation with his pleasing moves and extremely flexible, impressive voice. On flute Vighnaraja is pristine, pure, and delicate. He Renders the flute in rich, soulful and sophisticated form. He has given hundreds of performances in India and abroad like USA, Singapore, New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia and Taiwan including regular concerts at Fort High School Ramanavami festivals, Bangalore Gayana Samaja, and sabhas in Chennai. He has always been accompanied by the reputed artists namely Sri Mannargudi Eshwaran, sri S Varadarajan, Sri Patri Satish Kumar , Dr Jyothsna Srikanth, Sri K V Prasad , Kum,
Subbulakshmi ,Sri Trichy Harikumar , Sri H.K. Venkatram, Sri Arjun Kumar, Sri Vittal Ramamurthy ,Sri J Vaidyanathan , Sri H.K. Narasimha Murthy, Sri Neyveli Venkatesh , Sri Mysore Srikanth , Sri C Cheluvaraju , Sri H N Bhaskar , Sri A V Anand , Sri Anoor Anantha Krishna Sharma , Sri Karaikudi Krishna Murthy , Smt Sukanya Ramgopal, Sri Ghatam Karthik and many others . His style of singing has been praised by critics and many great musicians like L. Subramaniam.
The ECR was made a toll road in April 2002. The ECR till Hanumanthai near Pondicherry is 113.2 km long and has a total of 22 bends. On an average 10,000 passenger car units (PCUs) use the road during rush hour and a total of 40,000 PCUs daily, up from about 5,000 daily before the construction of the road. The process of acquiring land for widening the 11.4-km stretch from Thiruvanmiyur to
covering six revenue villages (including Thiruvanmiyur, Kottivakkam, Palavakkam, Neelankarai, Injambakkam and Vettuvankani), which is under the control of the Highways Department, is under way. The stretch currently has width varying between 50 ft and 80 ft. After widening at a sanctioned cost of 3,540 million, the stretch would be uniformly wide and would have six lanes, a 1.2-m-wide median, footpath-cum-stormwater drain.ECR extends up to Hanumanthai. On the way to Hanumanthai, a famous location Marakkanam is situated. On the ECR road right side famous Bhoomiswarar Temple is situated. It is believed that Sri Bhoomiswara is the God for Bhoomi, hence, many perform pooja before buying land placing the sale agreement on His holy feet. Hence real estate promoters also rush to this location.
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