Synonyms for devanarayanan or Related words with devanarayanan

pallavur              kaathirunna              varavu              chathurangam              adimakal              thumbolarcha              kudumba              vilikkunnu              pambaram              uyarangalil              rajavu              sphodanam              kalikkalam              ponmuttayidunna              thamburan              virunnukari              nirangal              kutumbam              karyam              paramu              bandhangal              tharavu              appunni              swapnangal              sookshikkuka              sundaran              iniyum              kamaladalam              kapuram              sukham              manathe              iruvattam              nanmakal              priyappetta              snehamulla              vandanam              noottandu              njaan              cheppu              vanadevatha              mangalya              payyans              pathram              simham              swanthamevide              kadathanadan              pareeksha              ninakku              rahasyam              poratam             

Examples of "devanarayanan"
Pallavur Devanarayanan is a 1999 Malayalam drama film written by late Gireesh Puthenchery and directed by V. M. Vinu in which Mammootty plays the lead role Pallavur Devanarayanan. The music for the film was composed by maestro Raveendran Master and lyrics penned by Gireesh Puthenchery. One of the songs was sung by Mammootty himself.
The Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple is believed to have been built in 790 M.E by the local ruler "Chembakasserry Pooradam Thirunal-Devanarayanan Thampuran".
Sugeeth married his girlfriend Saritha on 6 December 2003. The couple is blessed with a daughter Shivani and a son Devanarayanan.
The Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple is believed to have been built during 15th – 17th AD by the local ruler "Chembakasserry Pooradam Thirunal-Devanarayanan Thampuran".
He is settled at Ambalapuzha in Alappuzha, with his wife Prof.Vijayalekshmi. His elder son Devanarayanan is the founder and CEO of AlignMinds Technologies and his younger son, Krishnagopalan is a director of CGL International Pvt Ltd.
Music composed by R. Sudarasanam and lyrics written by Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathiyar and K. P. Kamatchisundaram. Singers are T. R. Mahalingam and T. R. Ramachandran. Playback singers are Devanarayanan, D. K. Pattammal, T. S. Bagavathi and M. S. Rajeswari.
She sang immemorable duets mostly with T. M. Soundararajan. Others include Seerkazhi Govindarajan, A. M. Rajah, Thiruchi Loganathan, V. J. Varma, K. Devanarayanan, V. N. Sundharam, A. L. Raghavan and S. C. Krishnan.
Kichamani has his own reasons to think that the remedy for corruption is not anti corruption, but corruption itself. He believes in his experiences that he got since his childhood working with the bribery machinery in various offices. His immediate core group includes Ginnah, Bahuleyan, Udhayabhanu & Gopi. Devanarayanan, popularly called as Devanji, a shrewd politician, who treats politics as a part of his illegal business. Devanarayanan is hell bent on clearing of the machinery of Kichamani for a variety of reasons as Kichamani extends unlimited support to Bahuleyan, his opponent in the party and as Kichamani is the one solely responsible for sending Devan's brother to jail.
The music was composed by R. Sudharsanam. Lyrics were by Mahakavi Bharathiyar, Bharathidasan, T. K. Shanmugam, K. P. Kamatchi Sundharam & Ku. Ma. Balasubramaniyam. Singer is K. R. Ramaswamy. Playback singers are V. J. Varma, K. Devanarayanan, M. L. Vasanthakumari, T. S. Bagavathi & M. S. Rajeswari.
It is said that the Raja of Chempakasseri, Pooradam Thirunal Devanarayanan, built a temple at Ambalappuzha as suggested by the royal astrologers, but just before the installation of the deity (Lord Krishna) he was informed that the idol was not auspicious.
Besides writing lyrics for several hit songs, Gireesh had also written the screenplay for the films "Brahmarakshassu", "Pallavur Devanarayanan" and "Vadakkumnadhan" and the story for "Kinnaripuzhayoram", "Meleparambil Aanveedu" and "Kerala House Udan Vilpanakku". He was scripting a film by the name of "Raman Police", in which Mohanlal was expected to play the lead role.
Music was composed by K. V. Mahadevan and the lyrics were penned by: Thanjai Ramaiah Das, A. Maruthakasi and K. M. SheriffPlayback singers K. V. Mahadevan, S. C. Krishnan, K. Devanarayanan, "Thodi" Kannan, Thangappan, R. Balasaraswathi Devi, K. Rani, A. V. Saraswathi, Kumari Susheela, Kumari Udutha & Kumari Padma.
Chelakkara was one of the location of Tamil movie called Muthu (Rajanikath's filim), Many other movies was also shot at Chelakkara like Devasuram, Ulsavapitteannu,Madambi,Naatturajavu,Pallavoor Devanarayanan, Akashadooth,Balettan,Dr.Pasupathi,Malarvadi Arts club etc. Popular Malayalam actor Mammootty in the movie The Truth asks his counterpart Janardhanan as to where in Talappilly taluk he belongs to, to which he answers as Chelakkara.
Devanarayanan (Mohanlal) is a Brahmin priest, who has to look after the entire family. He is in love with Shobana but her father Innocent is against their relationship. M.G Soman falsely accuses Mohanlal, of the theft of "Temple thiruvabharana" and forces him to leave his village in Kerala.
Venugopal Madathil (born 5 June 1966) is an Indian cinematographer. He has worked with the most eminent directors of Malayalam film industry. Sibi Malayil, A. K. Lohithadas, Jayaraj, Kamal, V.M. Vinu, Rajasenan etc., are the directors with whom he has been able to bring out his cinematographic talents. Ente Veedu Appuvinteyum, Joker, Pallavur Devanarayanan, Meghamalhar etc., are a few to name among the 75 films he has worked for.
Into this turmoil arrives Shivani Menon, an award winning documentary maker from Delhi, with her crew composing of manager Chempakaraman and cameraman Sajan. As they are soon embroiled in probing on the illegal land acquisition by paradise group headed by Devanji, and plan to make a documentary on that, they fall into danger. Kichamani saves them and give them a shelter in his house. The essential love angle in the film is created by Sajan and Kichamani's sister Kalyani. The film progresses in the unending fights between Kichamani and Devanarayanan who strives for more power. The villain gathers every point to fight with Kichamani, which proves to be singular plot of the film.
Thilakan has portrayed a range of characters. The most popular roles have been with Mohanlal when they portrayed a father-son duo. These included "Kireedam", "Sphadikam", "Narasimham", "Evidam Swargamanu", "Pavithram" and "Chenkol". He has also played father roles to other popular actors, including with Mammootty in "Sangham", "The Truth", "No. 1 Snehatheeram Banglore North" and "Pallavur Devanarayanan", with Jayaram in "Veendum Chila Veettu Karyangal" and "Sandesam", with Dileep in "Meenathil Thaalikettu", with Kunchacko Boban in "Aniyathi Pravu" and with Prithviraj in "Sathyam". He has also played many negative roles. His roles of underworld don in "Randam Bhavam", "Karma" and "Kaalal Pada" were memorable. He has played comical roles in films like "Nadodikkattu" and "Pattanapravesham" (as a coward underworld don), "Mookkilla Rajyathu" (as a break-out from a mental hospital), "Kuttettan" (as a pimp) and "Naaduvazhikal" (as a good-for-nothing, vain person). He has played lead roles in many movies including "Ekantham", "Perumthachan", "Santhanagopalam", "Kaattukuthira", "My Dear Muthachan", "Mukhamudra" (double role), etc.
Margi Sathi was born in 1965 at Cheruthuruthy in Thrissur as the daughter of Puthillathu Subramanyan Embranthiri and Parvathy Andarjanam. She started learning Koodiyattom at Kerala Kalamandalam and under Painkulam Rama Chakyar. After her marriage with late "idakka" maestro N Subramanian Potti, she moved to Thiruvananthapuram and joined the Margi dance institute in 1988. It was her association with the dance institute that gave the epithet Margi in her name. Margi is an organization dedicated to the revival of Kathakali and Koodiyattam, two classical art forms of Kerala. Her husband died of electrocution while she was shooting for the Koodiyattam based movie Nottam, on 30 June 2005. After her husband's death Sathi moved to Kalamandalam as a teacher in Koodiyattam based on a first-of-its kind order by Kerala State Government. She died at the Regional Cancer Center in Thiruvananthapuram on 1st December, 2015. She was going on her battle with cancer for a long time, and was admitted to RCC a week before her death, after her condition worsened. She leaves behind two children, Revathi, a teacher and a Koodiyattom artist, and Devanarayanan, an edakka artist and BA second year Sanskrit student at Pattambi Sanskrit College.