Synonyms for devala or Related words with devala

devasthana              polali              pazhoor              derasar              naduvil              sthan              nathar              kotturu              nagnath              barahi              durgadevi              gedara              khodiyar              bhagawati              madayi              senasanaya              ninra              pillaiyar              chottanikkara              budhi              rajamaha              ravalnath              puthen              pedda              peedika              koyil              kshethram              pazhaya              bhimpur              thoppu              prakasha              vatsavai              yogasrama              madhom              venkatapuram              thurai              jogini              sivapuram              sompura              chincholi              padippura              siddh              siddheshwar              karpura              kaavu              devale              mayapur              puliyur              ramalayam              samstha             

Examples of "devala"
The caste claims to be descended from Devala, an ancient Hindu sage.
Wild Planet is a famous resort which is situated in Devala,Nilgiris.
Current known locations: Brahmagiri Hills, Coorg; Kudremukh National Park; Neria Estate; Madhuvanam Estate, Devala, Gudalur.
The crocodile in its previous birth had been a Gandharva king called Huhu. The sage Devala came to visit the king, and when the two of them were bathing and Devala was offering prayers to Surya (the Sun god), the king pulled the sage's leg for fun. The sage was furious and cursed the king to become a crocodile in his next life. The repentant king begged the sage's pardon. Devala explained that he could not reverse the curse; he blessed Huhu that Vishnu would slay the crocodile and liberate him from the cycle of birth and death.
Devala is a very scenic place with undulating tea estates and lush green villages. When it rains it pours here , that is the reason it is called the Cherrapunji of the South. Vetekorumagan Temple is a famous Temple here. There is no accommodation available in this little town. There are gold mines in Devala. It is a wonderful place.
Places of interest include Needle Rock View Point, Frog Hill View Point, Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Mango Orange, Devala Landscapes, Nelliyalam, Moyar, Cherambady mines, Nellakotta fort, Hanging bridges (Thorapally), Genepool Garden, Devala mines, Cherangode Swami Malai, Kusumagiri Murugan Temple, Sandanamalai Temple and Masinagudi.
Devala Gorrick (born July 8, 1987) is an American professional soccer player who plays as a goalie for Saint Louis FC of the United Soccer League
On November 10, 2016 Saint Louis FC has come to terms with midfielder Ivan Mirkovic and goalkeeper Devala Gorrick, pending USL and the United States Soccer Federation approval.
Area of this constituency include Udala, Udala block, Gopabandhu Nagar block and 19 GPs (Badabisol, Badagudgudia, Badkhaladi, Chakradharpur, Devala, Jadida, Jambani, Jayantipatta, Samil, Jamudiha, Jhinkpada, Kaptipada, Koliolam, Majhigadia, Manakadpada, Nuddiha, Pedagadi, Pingu and Salchua) of Kaptipada block.
In Hinduism, Devala was one of the great "rishis" or sages. He is acknowledged to be a great authority like Narada and Vyasa and is mentioned by Arjuna in Bhagavad Gita (10.13).
On November 10, 2016 Saint Louis FC has come to terms with midfielder Ivan Mirkovic and goalkeeper Devala Gorrick, pending United Soccer League and the United States Soccer Federation approval.
In 1306–07, Alauddin Khalji completed two campaigns. The first was against Rai Karan who after his expulsion from Gujrat, had been holding Baglana. Though his wife Kamaladevi had become the chief begum of Alauddin, her daughter Devala Devi was with King Karan in Baglan. An expedition was launched to dethrone Karan and to bring Devala Devi to Delhi. It was successful and Devala Devi was sent to Delhi where she joined her mother and eventually was married to Khijir Khan - eldest son of Alauddin. The second expedition under his slave general Malik Kafur was against Deogir, under King Ramachandra, an ally of Rai Karan. Ramchandra was defeated, and Rai Ramachandra was restored to his dominions with the title "Rai Rayan" by Delhi. He was also given the Gujrat and one of his daughters, called Jatyapali, was married to Alauddin Khalji. This alliance was to prove to be of great value to Alauddin in his further aggrandizement in Deccan.
"You are the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the ultimate abode, the purest, the Absolute Truth. You are the eternal, transcendental, original person, the unborn, the greatest. All the great sages such as Narada, Asita, Devala and Vyasa confirm this truth about You, and now You Yourself are declaring it to me."
The Devanga Purana is the "kulapuranam", or mythological history, of the Devanga community. It deals with the life of their legendary founder, Devala Maharshi, and his seven incarnations, goddess (Chowdeswari), rituals and customs. The Devanga community reside in all the south Indian states and also split in north Indian states. They are traditionally engaged in cotton cloth weaving and cloth business.
There is difference of opinion on the months when it should be performed. The authorities are not unanimous whether this "saṃskāra" should be performed at each pregnancy or it should be performed only during the first conception. According to Ashvalayana, Baudhayana, Apastamba, Paraskara, Harita and Devala it should be performed only once. But other authorities think that it should performed during every pregnancy.
The island-born sage (Vyasa) also having bathed in this place, obtained great Yogic powers and attained great success. Endowed with great ascetic merit, the Sage Asita-Devala also, having bathed in that very Tirtha with his soul rapt in high Yoga meditation, obtained great Yogic powers (9:49).
Devala (Tamil:தேவாலா) is a town in the Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu. It is situated at about 16 km from Gudalur on the Gudalur–Pandalur road. A stream originating from here flows to Kerala and reaches Maruthappuzha in Malappuram district of Kerala.
In the next birth, King Indradyumna, lived as an elephant Gajendra for many years. One day elephant Gajendra went to drink water from a lake at Mount Trikuta. In that lake lived a fallen Gandharva named Huhu, who also had been cursed and turned into a crocodile by the great sage Devala for having disturbed the sage’s meditation.
Maruthappuzha is a tributary of Punnappuzha which merges with Karimpuzha and thus finally reach Chaliyar. Maruthappuzha originates as two separate streams from Devala (eastern baranch) and Pandalur (northern branch) areas of Nilagiri district and join near Marutha to form Maruthappuzha. Muringamunda Puzha (coming from forests north of Thannikkadavu) and Karakkodan puzha (originating from the foothills of Nadukani forests) also joins with Maruthappuzha at Palemad and Munda respectively.
During the mid-19th century, English companies began mining for gold in the area, mostly in Devala and Pandalur. A London-based mining company created a township in Pandalur that began with a church, post office, shops, and race course. After the gold boom decreased, the mining business was gradually diminished because the percentage of gold ore was below the average. Even so, mining was continued until the beginning of the 20th century.