Synonyms for devalayam or Related words with devalayam

mahatme              mahime              krishnarjuna              yudham              krishnavataram              mahathme              kudumba              veedhi              mahatyam              rangam              thilakam              tharum              thirunaal              varavu              chinthamani              sametha              aathi              parivarthanam              sowbhagya              veliye              puthu              magalukku              guruvayoorappan              kottaram              bagavathi              maligai              paruvu              kadhaigal              akkarai              theerpu              sukham              thottam              devatha              singari              sonnal              uravu              paadum              puzhayozhukum              pushpam              pareeksha              savaal              subramaniya              vilasom              devathe              vadakku              agaram              thavam              sambhavam              makkalu              sreemad             

Examples of "devalayam"
Daily rituals at the Ponnaranga Devalayam takes place all over the day.
Sri Sri Sri Trilinga Sanghameshwara Swamy Devalayam is located in Vilasagar village of Karimnagar district
He started his career working as an assistant director under T.Krishna for "Vande Mataram", "Devalayam", "Repati Pourulu" films.
The village of Reddigudem was developed by Ramakrishna. In this village, one historical temple was established by Ramakrishna's known as Sri Sita Rama devalayam.
A new temple has been constructed in the village of Kodur, Pulkal Mandal and has been named as Sri Uma Naga Lingeshwara Devalayam.
Marakatha Sri Lakshmi Ganapathi Devalayam is located at Plot No. 6, Sai Nagar Colony, OLD Military Dairy Farm Road, Kanajiguda, Secunderabad - 500015. The Lakshmi Ganapathi idol is made of Emerald Stone. The temple also has SAPATHNI and SAVAHANA Navagraha idols.
Sri Sri Sri Trilinga Sanghameshwara Swamy Devalayam was constructed during the period of Kakatiya king “2nd Prolaraju” (1115-1157 AD). The temple entrance from porch (Pravesha Mandapam), there are
5. Kolari Salayar Pongal Festival in the month of Thai (Through holy water, disciples prepare sweet pongal around Ponnaranga Devalayam) and Mattu pongal (Cows and Bulls are decorated and fed with sweet pongal. Also there will be Kolattam by young people and Kummy by Adult disciples around Flag post, singing Ponnaranga Kommi song)
The village is famous for its great heritage and culture. Sri Ramalingeswara Swami Devalayam temple has 300 years of history. Its presiding deity is Sri Parvathi Sahitha Ramalingeswara Swami, and it was built by the Apotheosis Sree sachidananda swami before his self-entombment.
Latha Raju is an Indian film singer and actress in Malayalam cinema during the 1970s. Some of her popular Malayalam songs are 'Pinchu hridayam devalayam', 'Manjakkilee swarnakkilee mayilppeelikkaattile varnakkilee' (from the film "Sethubandhanam") 'Ividuthe chechikkinnale' ("Azhakulla Saleena"), 'Chippee Chippee muthuchippee' (with Anto in "Aranaazhikaneram"), and 'Aaluvaappuzhakkakkareyoru ponnambalam' ("Aadyathe Kadha"). She has rendered songs in Tamil, Kannada and Tulu. She has also dubbed for actresses like Suhasini, Shobhana and the late Shobha.
Master Prabhakar, (born Prabhakar vaishyan) is an Indian film actor, who primarily worked in Tamil cinema, and few Telugu films and acted in about 60 programmes for Doordarshan, between 1977 and 1987 and as a technician he has worked for few Bollywood films. He made his acting debut with the Tamil film "Devalayam" directed by G. R. Nathan, and he was starred in 150 feature films.
The main landmarks of this town are Kunjukrishnan Nadar Memorial Government Arts and Science College, Kanjiramkulam, kanjiramkulam siva temple thannponkaala,famous temple at kanjiramkulam, Nithya Sahaya Matha Malankara catholic Theerthadana Devalayam, PKSHSS Football Stadium,Public Fish, Meet,Vegetables & Flowers market,Kanjiramkulam panchayath pound,Neyyar Dam Irrigation Project Water Supply for Agriculture,Kumily Drinking Water supply KWA Kanjiramkulam Sub division. CSI Church Nellikkakuzhi, CSI Town Church Kanjiramkulam, Federal Bank-Kanjiramkulam Branch, State Bank of India-Kanjiramkualam Branch, Thiruvananthapuram District Co-operative Bank Kanjiramkulam Branch,Kanjiramkulam service co operative Bank .
Sri Sri Sri Trilinga Sanghameshwara Swamy Devalayam is one of “HariHara Kshetram” for being Sri SeethaRamachandra Swamy Temple in the main Temple complex. Both Shivate & Vaishnavate festivals were celebrated by thousands of devotees. Mahasivarathri Jathara is a major and notified festival in this Devasthanam and Sreerama Navami is the 2nd major festival in this temple. On Mahasivarathri festival day, Maha Lingarchana & Lingodbhavakala Mahanyasa Purvaka Eakadasha Rudrabhishekam would be performed according to Smartha Agama Shasthra. On the next day of Mahasivarathri Shiva Kalyana mahothsavam and Annadanam organized by the committee and youth organizations. Sri Hanuman Jayanthi, Sri Ganesh Navarathri, Sri Devi Navarathrotsavams, Sravana Masotsavam, Kartheeka Masotsavam, Sri Geetha Jayanthi are the other major festivals celebrated by devotees.
The St. Francis De Sales Cathedral is located in Sadar as well as the All Saints Cathedral church. There are many south Indian temples in Nagpur like Sarveshwara Devalayam, where all south Indian festivals are celebrated like Sitarama Kalyanam, Radha Kalyanam Dhanurmasa celebration with Andal Kalyanam, Balaji temple in seminary hills where every year Bramhotsavam to lord Balaji and lord Kartikeya is celebrated here. There are 2 Ayyapa temples, one at Ayyapa Nagar and the other at Harihara Nagar, Raghvendraswami Mutt, Murugananda Swami Temple at Mohan Nagar, Nimishamba Devi temple Subramanyiam devastanam at Sitabuldi and many more such south Indian temples are here in Nagpur as there is quite a good populations of south Indians in Nagpur.
The royal grant by Dambadeniyan King Parakramabahu II, who ruled from 1236 to 1270, contains references to donations to the Tenavaram "Kovil", renovating the shrine and reaffirming its land ownership and regulations to prevent evasion of customs duties at the port by traders at the estate. According to this epigraph, "Tendiratota" and its lands that were religious endowments of old were duly maintained by the king. The port was administered by an officer titled Mahapandita. Those coming from foreign countries were not allowed to set up places of business without permission and royal officials were required not to accept gifts from foreign merchants. His epigraph also mentions the devalayam (a Tamil temple in formal speech) section of worship and Tenavaram's agraharam (brahmadeya or chaturvedimangalam) - the Iyer or Tamil Brahmin quarter of the heterogenous Tenavaram village as warranting protection. A close connection existed over a long period between the Iyers of the agraharam of Tenavaram and the kings who had exercised authority over the southern and southwestern lowlands. Pocaracan Pantitan of Tenavarai, who carried the honorary designation "Tenuvaraipperumal" before his name, wrote the "Caracotimalai", a treatise on astrology in metrical Tamil verse. The author recited it in the presence of the king at the court of Kurunegal in 1310. A panegyric account of the royal patron at this court, Parakramabahu IV (1303 – 1326) of Dambadeniya, is in the introductory stanzas of this work. The author's honorific title, "Tenuvarai-Perumal", literally means "The Prince of Tenavarai." Several other Tamil Hindus are mentioned with the special designation "Tenuvarai Perumal" in documents issued by the kings of the Kotte Kingdom in the 15th and 16th centuries, such as Bhuvanekabahu VII of Kotte, a Hindu monarch who signed all of his official proclamations in Tamil. Among the names of many Hindus listed in the Kudumirissa Inscription are included those of two individuals who had the designation Tenuvarai-p-perumal. They are Tiskhanda Tenuvarapperumal and Sarasvati Tenuvarapperumal. These "Perumals" were officiating priests of the temple and exercised authority over the administration of the town and the temple.