Synonyms for chintaman or Related words with chintaman

ganpatrao              chunilal              parmanand              atmaram              appasaheb              gulabrao              soundara              anandrao              shankarrao              shripad              pandurang              pitambar              sivarama              ramrao              vishwanatha              baliram              ayyar              birabar              pantulu              bairagi              bonnerjee              poonia              krushna              moreshwar              vishvanath              dattatraya              balasaheb              bhosale              shivajirao              balkrishna              dattatray              ramakant              mohite              shamrao              uprety              bhakt              karunanithi              ramanlal              satyanarayan              srirama              shivram              kamble              ramasami              babanrao              basappa              mahipal              poduval              yashwant              raghunandan              shankarlal             

Examples of "chintaman"
According to Ramchandra Chintaman Dhere, a scholar of the religious traditions of Maharashtra,
In 1975, Chintaman and Durgabai Deshmukh were awarded the Padma Vibhushan.
The Reserve Bank of India organises the annual lecture series called 'Chintaman Deshmukh Memorial Lectures', since 1984.
Chintaman Ganesh Kolhatkar () (12 March 1891 - 23 November 1959), also known as Chintamanrao Kolhatkar, was a well known Marathi stage actor, director, producer, and playwright.
Durgabai Deshmukh authored a book called "The Stone That Speaketh". Her autobiography "Chintaman and I" was published one year before her death in 1981.
Chintaman Vinayak Vaidya (1861–1938) was a Marathi-language historian and writer from Maharashtra, India. He was Chief Justice of Gwalior State for a period.
Panchayats in Bhawanipur community development block are: Barhari, Basantpur Chintaman, Bhawanipur East, Bhawanipur West, Gondwara Patkaili, Jawe, Lathi, Raghunathpur, Sahidganj, Sonama, Sondip Milik, Sripur Milik, Supouli and Suraiti.
Chintaman Vinayak Joshi (Devanagari: चिंतामण विनायक जोशी) (19 January 1892 - 21 November 1963) was a Marathi humorist and a researcher in Pali literature. He hailed from Maharashtra, India.
Chintaman Raghunath Vyas (; 9 November 1924 – 10 January 2002), popularly known as C. R. Vyas, was an Indian classical singer. He was renowned for singing khyal style.
In 1953, she married the then Finance Minister of India Chintaman Deshmukh. According to her own account, Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was one of the three witnesses. C. D. Deshmukh had a daughter from a previous marriage but the couple remained otherwise childless. Though she had parted ways with Subba Rao, she supported his widow Timmaiamma after his death. Timmaiamma lived with Durgabai and Chintaman Deshmukh, and Durgabai also organised for her to get vocational training.
Ramchandra Chintaman Dhere () (21 July 1930 – 1 July 2016) was a Marathi writer from Maharashtra, India. Dhere was born in the small village of Nigade in Pune district. He obtained a Doctorate of Literature from Pune University.
Chintaman Vinayak Joshi (चिंतामण विनायक जोशी), more popularly known as Chin. Vi. Joshi (चिं.वि. जोशी) was a Marathi writer known for his humorous writing. He also was a scholar of Pali and Buddhism.
Chintaman Rao Gautam (born 18 October 1899) was the first member of parliament from Balaghat constituency of Madhya Pradesh, India. He was a member of the 1st Indian parliament. He was a member of the Indian National Congress political party.
Idris Naikwadi (born ) He is the current mayor of Sangli-Miraj & Kupwad municipal corporation. He has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Chintaman College, Sangli. He is the son of Iliyas Naikwadi.
The temple dates back to 11th and 12th centuries when the Paramaras ruled over Malwa. The Ganesha idol enshrined in this temple is supposed to be swayamabhu (self manifested). Locally, Ganesha is also referred to as Chintaman.
Chintaman Vanaga is an Indian politician from Maharashtra and is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party. He is member of 16th Lok Sabha elected from Palghar (Lok Sabha constituency).
His consorts, Ridhhi and Siddhi, flank Chintaman, the assuager of all worries. The finely-carved stone pillars in the assembly hall and the white shrine define the age-old sanctity of the temple.
Chintaman Ganesh railway station is a small railway station in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh. Its code is CNN. This railway station is built across the Shipra River on the Ujjain–Fatehabad meter-gauge railway line. The station consists of 1 platform. The platform is not well sheltered. It lacks many facilities, including water and sanitation. The main railway station of Ujjain, Ujjain Junction, is always preferred over Chintaman Ganesh station for catching several trains. This station is only suitable for local travelling within Ujjain city.
In contrast to the above British accounts, accounts based on local Indian sources quote, among others, Narasimha Chintaman Kelkar as stating that the appointment of military officers introduced an element of severity and coercion in the house searches, the highhandedness of the government provoked the people of Puna, and some soldiers were beaten in Rasta Peth locality.
Narasimha Chintaman Kelkar was born on 24 August 1872 in the town of Modnimb near Miraj Maharashtra. After finishing his high school education at age 16, he sequentially attended Rajaram College in Kolhapur, and Fergusson College and Deccan College in Pune to receive his bachelor's degree at age 19. Three years later, in 1894, he received his law degree.