Synonyms for bhattu or Related words with bhattu

mubarakpur              bhagwanpur              kushtagi              sankarpur              sonbarsa              harpanahalli              sonapur              gadarpur              paharpur              manpur              bhawanipur              jaspur              lakhanpur              lalpur              madhuban              krishnarajpet              shikaripura              pimpalgaon              bahadurpur              puraini              pipariya              kotturu              pathardi              chincholi              pratapnagar              hansapur              ladpur              udaypur              mustqil              bhimpur              ehatmali              salempur              gyanpur              hasanpur              someshwar              balua              rayavaram              kandhar              arjuni              navada              bhabanipur              ganeshpur              shankarpur              koratagere              asifabad              rameswar              kalikapur              prempur              maheshpur              takali             

Examples of "bhattu"
Tibetan Monasteries at Sherabling (Bhattu)(5 km),Chauntra and Chowgan on the Mandi Highway and at Bir(14 km).
Dhabi Kalan is a village in the Bhattu Kalan Mandal, Fatehabad District, in Haryana, India. Dhabi Kalan is located 7 km from its Mandal main town Bhattu Kalan and 25 km from the district Fatehabad. The distance to State capital Chandigarh is 300 km.
Jandwala Bagar, or Jandwalais a village in Bhattu Kalan tehsil in the Fatehabad district of Haryana, India. The local language is Punjabi.
Dhabi Kalan has one government school and a few private ones, but most people prefer educational institutions in Bhattu Mandi or Fatehabad as they are easily accessible.
Sampat Singh (born in 1949 in Bhattu Kalan, Fatehabad District, Haryana) is a former Finance Minister of Haryana, India. He was elected to the Haryana Legislative Assembly for the Janata Party in the Bhattu Kalan constituency in 1982 and was leader of the opposition from 1991 to 1996. He is the most senior Indian National Congress legislator in 12th Haryana assembly, having been elected six times since 1982. In the past, he has handled many important portfolios in state govt as minister.
Barseen is surrounded by Bhattu Kalan from South, Ratia Tehsil from North, and Bhuna from East. The cities Hissar, Fatehabad, Ratia and Sirsa are within 50 km range from Barseen.
Thuia is about from Fatehabad city and from Bhattu Kalan The village is connected to seven villages by road and has a developed social and economic structure featuring a government hospital and high school.
Bhattu Kalan is a town in the Fatehabad district of Haryana, India. It lies about North-West of the capital Delhi. The total area is and it is above sea level.
His real name was Bhattu Murti, though because he was the jewel (Bhushanam) of the royal court of Aliya Rama Raya, he later became known as Ramarajabhushanudu. He was also a distinguished musician and played the veena.
Tehsil Tohana and Bhattu Kalan Block of Fatehabad district is well connected by broadgauge railway with Punjab, Delhi and district Sirsa. Train facility is not available in the Fatehabad City because plans are formed but are not worked on.
He was a Bhattu kavi with the feudal Zamindar of Challapalli. He composed "Apart Andhra Nayaka Satakam on Srikakulandhra Vishnu" which is his most literary work. He also composed "Hamsaladeevi Gopala Satakam", "Manasa bodha Satakam", "Bhakta Kalpadruma Satakam", etc. Around central "circar" districts, his "Manasa Bodha" has also been quite popular.
There are also several other monasteries and temples in the Tibetan Colony, and the Tibetan herbal clinic (Men-Tsee-Khang) and handicraft centre also serve as tourist attractions. The major monastery of Sherab Ling and Katoch Homestay is just a few minutes away in nearby Bhattu village. The Dzongsar Institute (a Tibetan Buddhist monastic college) is in nearby Chauntara.
Sampat Singh met Tau Chaudhary Devilal in Hisar in 1977. Subsequently, when Tau came to power, Singh was appointed as Personal Secretary to the Chief Minister, Chaudhary Devilal. In 1979, when Devilal ceded his Assembly constituency seat at Bhattu in order to contest as a Member of Parliament, Singh became his successor as MLA.
Though the above listed eight poets are widely regarded as the Ashtadiggajas, there are some differences of opinion as to who exactly constituted the Ashtadiggajas and if the composition of this body changed over time. Some literary works mention the name of "Bhattu-Murti" in place of Ramarajabhushanudu and some accounts mention Pingali Surana and Tenali Ramakrishna also as members of the later emperors. From the stone inscriptions of that time, it has been inferred that the village of Thippalur in the present-day Cuddapah district was given to the Ashtadiggajas by the emperor.
"Cholas" ruled this region with capital at Rajamahendri . It was during Rajarajanaredra's reign that Nannayya Bhattu translated the Mahabharata into Telugu. "Kakatiyas", ruled this region up to the early 14th century with Orugallu as their capital. "Reddy dynasty", on the downfall of Pratapa Rudra of Kakatiya, the eldest son of Pulaya Vema Reddi found himself independent and established himself in the hill fort of Kondavedu. He also possessed himself of the fortress of Bellamkonda, Vinukonda and Nagarjuna konda in the Palanad. The Kondavidu Reddi’s were great patrons of Telugu literature. The poet Srinadha and his brother-in –law Bammera Pothana flourished at his court. The ruins of fortresses at Kondavidu, Ballamkonda and Kondapalli are still to be seen.
Telugu literature blossomed under the Reddy kings. The Reddy kings also patronized Sanskrit. Several of the Reddy kings themselves were distinguished scholars and authors. Kumaragiri Reddy, Kataya Vema Reddy and Pedakomati Vema Reddy were the most outstanding among them. Errapragada (Errana), Srinatha and Potana were the remarkable poets of this period. Errapragada, the last of the Kavitraya (Trinity of Poets) was the court poet of Prolaya Vema Reddy. He completed the Telugu translation of the Mahabharata. He completed the rendition of the Aranya Parva of Mahabharata left incomplete by Nannaya Bhattu (Aadi Kavi who started the translation of Mahabharata into Telugu). He wrote Hari Vamsa and Narasimha Purana. Errana's translation of the Ramayana in "Chapu" form (a style of poetry) has been lost.
Rediff gave a four stars said "Brahmanandam is hilarious. Performance-wise, NTR Jr takes the cake. He is simply marvellous as Chari, the Brahmin spouting loud dialogues while his Narasimha is tough yet more sober. NTR presents the contrasts well. All in all, Adhurs is NTR's show all the way!" Sify gave a verdict as "Mass entertainer" noted "NTR brings total justice to his dual role as Chari and Narasimha. His characterisation as a Brahmin youth is simply superb and hilarious, but at the same time raking up a controversy with a group of the Brahmins community approaching the State governor Mr Narasimhan to ban the film. On the other hand, NTR’s role as Narasimha as rugged guy would work well with the mass audience. Nayanthara and Sheela provide the glam quotient while Brahmanandam is hilarious as Bhattu, receiving a big footage which runs into nearly 40 minutes in the film." The Hindu gave a mixed review stated "NTR in two roles is pretty easy with the diction. His dances are amazing and accord the 'mass kick' in the title song that comes before the climax. The humour component is adequately handled by Brahmanandam who hogs the limelight as a Hindu priest."
At this peak of Telugu literature, the most famous writing in the "Prabandha" style was "Manucharitamu". King Krishnadevaraya was an accomplished Telugu scholar and wrote the celebrated Amuktamalyada. "Amuktamalyada" ("One who wears and gives away garlands") narrates the story of the wedding of the god Vishnu to Andal, the Tamil Alvar saint poet and the daughter of Periyalvar at Srirangam. In his court were eight famous scholars regarded as the pillars ("Ashtadiggajas") of the literary assembly. The most famous among them were Allasani Peddana who held the honorific "Andhrakavitapitamaha" ("lit", "father of Telugu poetry") and Tenali Ramakrishna, the court jester who authored several notable works. The other six poets were Nandi Thimmana (Mukku Timmana), Ayyalaraju Ramabhadra, Madayyagari Mallana, Bhattu Murthi (Ramaraja Bhushana), Pingali Surana, and Dhurjati. This was the age of Srinatha, the greatest of all Telugu poets of the time. He wrote books such as "Marutratcharitamu" and "Salivahana-sapta-sati". He was patronised by King Devaraya II and enjoyed the same status as important ministers in the court.
The titles of the castes are Naidu, Nayarlu, Chowdari, Bissoyi, Podhano, Jenna, Swayi, and Naiko." In the foregoing account, the Oriya-speaking Kalinjis, and Telugu-speaking Kalingis, are both referred to. The Kalinjis are, Oriyas, and seem to be closely allied to the agricultural castes, Doluva, Alia, Bosantiya, etc. The Kalinjis can be easily distinguished from the Kalingis, as the latter wear the sacred thread. The following story is told in connection with the origin of the Kalinji caste. A band of robbers was once upon a time staying in a fort near Bhattu Kunnarade, and molesting the people, who invited the king of Puri to come and drive the robbers away. Among the warriors who were recruited for this purpose, was a member of the Khondaito caste, who, with the permission of the king, succeeded in expelling the robbers. He was named by the people Bodo-Kalinja, or one having a stout heart. He and his followers remained in the Ganjam country, and the Kalinjis are their descend- ants. The caste is widespread in the northern part thereof. There do not seem to be any sub-divisions among the Kalinjis, but there is a small endogamous group, called Mohiri Kalmji. Mohiri is a well-known division in Ganjam, and Kalinjis who dwell therein intermarry with others, and do not form a separate community. It has been suggested that the Mohiri Kalinjis are Telugu Kalingis, who have settled in the Oriya country.