Synonyms for chintha or Related words with chintha

vishayam              innathe              priyappetta              iniyum              uyarangalil              kudumba              udayam              geetham              njaan              veendum              poocha              pathram              sradhakku              theerangal              kadha              visheshangal              vilikkunnu              thirakkatha              ninakku              panchavadi              bharya              njan              theerpu              rasathanthram              bhoomiyile              thaayi              sneham              samooham              swantham              puthri              rajavu              swapnangal              munpe              kireedam              karutha              adimakal              muthal              puthran              ormakal              theeratha              varavu              vettam              raktham              anandha              thedi              pennu              sandarbham              noottandu              nanmakal              swapnam             

Examples of "chintha"
28. War and Peace Translation Chintha Publications. Thiruvananthapuram 2010.
30. Hunchback of Notre Dame Translation Chintha Publishers, Thiruvananthapuram 2010.
29. Crime and Punishment Translation Chintha Publishers, Thiruvananthapuram 2010.
Presently, the college is being headed by Prof. Chintha Sailu .
Chintha worked on music under the moniker Vacuole Eyes and played with the Antiques.
"Kerala Navothanam - Oru Marxist Veekshanam" - P. Govindappilla (Chintha Publishers, Thiruvananthapuram-695001)
He won the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1989 for "Chintha nathi", a collection of autobiographical essays.
Chintha Lakshmi Sinhaarachchi () is a Sri Lankan writer who is best known for her translation of Bengali novels to Sinhalese.
He has collaborated with well known Malayalam film directors such as Chintha Ravi etc.
This book has been translated into Sinhala language by Chintha Lakshimini as "Aranakata Pem Banda (අරණකට පෙම් බැඳ)".
Warrier has written two books, "Narthaki" published by DC Books in 2013 and "Nruthakala" published by Chintha Publications in 2011.
Welch and Chintha also played in Torsion Fields with John Wood of A Cricket in Times Square, among others.
Iniyum Marichittillatha Nammal is a 1980 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Chintha Ravi. The film stars Sashi Kumar, TV Chandran, Kadammanitta Ramakrishnan and Vijayalakshmi in lead roles.
Chintha Ravi died on 4 July 2011, aged 65, at a private hospital in Thrissur. He was under treatment for lung cancer.
K. Ravindran (1945–2011), better known by his pen-name Chintha Ravi, was an Indian writer, journalist, film critic and film director.
Karunakaran's illustrations have appeared in "Manorama Weekly, Kalakaumudi, Kerala Kaumudi Weekly, Malayalanadu, Chintha, Deshabhimani Weekly, Kumkumam, Mathrubhumi Weekly, Bhashaposhini" and "India Today". They also appear in Lore and Legends of Kerala, selection from the Aithihyamala published by OUP.
He is married to Devika Mediwake Daughter of Dr Laxminath & Chintha Mediwake, and Grand Daughter of William Gopallawa (first President of Sri Lanka) and has two children Mokshana Wijeyeratne & Navindra Wijeyeratne.
The first lineup (2000–2002) featured Bryan Smith on bass, and Sam Chintha of the band Alcian Blue drumming. Adam Robinson (who also plays bass in the band Georgie James as well) and Eric Swartz replaced Smith and Chintha prior to the recording of the band's self-titled debut album. The seven-song by debut released by the High Two label in 2004. David Fricke of Rolling Stone called the record "particularly impressive" was comparing A Cricket in Times Square to Ride, Sonic Youth, and The Church.
In 2004, the band relocated to Seattle, Washington enlisting two new members, Dominic Senibaldi and Dino DeJesus. Contributors to the band also include Matt Welch of the band Alcian Blue. Tyler now also plays in the band Alias Linn. Wood and Chintha also collaborate in the band Torsion Fields.
Ore Thooval Pakshikal () is a 1988 Malayalam film written, directed and produced by Chintha Ravi. The film, in a docu-drama style, depicts the last days of the British Raj. It stars Balan K. Nair, Tom Alter, Nilambur Balan and Mokeri Ramachandran in pivotal roles. The film features an original score composed by legendary filmmaker G. Aravindan.