Synonyms for devaru or Related words with devaru

devara              makkalu              mangalya              thayi              varam              hennu              hoovu              haalu              maduve              bangaarada              eradu              hrudaya              paattu              gejje              kodalu              neenu              bangarada              manushya              belaku              magalu              adavi              nooru              kattu              bhaktha              rahasyam              pooje              kaattu              gaali              ponnu              huduga              kanasu              devatha              daari              gandu              vendum              naanu              gauravam              puthu              thedi              mooru              kozhi              nattu              thaai              kannu              mothiram              jeevana              sidha              kapuram              kondu              neralu             



Examples of "devaru"
Vyasathirta installed 732 Hanuman(Anjaneya or Mukhya Prana Devaru) idols all over India.
The Chidambareshwara Devaru and Nethrabylu Choudi Devasthana Hindu shrines are located in Byse.
THE STORY OF SHREE SWAYAMBHOO VINAYAKA DEVARU, URKERI is as follows:
Kaikini's major works include "Navamanavathavaada, Nasthika Mathu Devaru, Manovignanada Roopureshegalu" and "Sathyarthi".
Every year here at Itagi Annual car festival will hold, darty Dharma Devaru, it is one of the very famous Jatra in North Karnataka
Basavaraja Devaru is an Indian guru, the head of the Dharwad based Mansur Sri Revana Siddeshwara Mutt. The Mutt follows Shaivism based on the teachings of Revana Siddheshwara a Veerashaiva saint from North Karnataka, India.
In the 70s came super hits in a row like Nyayave Devaru, Gandhada Gudi, Devara Gudi, Bhagyavantaru, Eradu Kanasu, Naa Ninna Mareyalaare, Naa Ninna Bidalaare, Hombisilu, Bayalu Daari, Paavana Ganga, Giri Kanye and the list goes on.
Siddalingaiah directed "Mayor Muthanna" in 1969 starring Rajkumar, Bharathi and Dwarakish in his film debut. He cast the same lead pair in "Baalu Belagithu", "Namma Samsara", "Thayi Devaru" and "Bangaarada Manushya".
The town local language happens to be Tulu, Konkani, where Kundapura Kannada is prominently spoken by local people. The local deity (also known as the Grama Devaru in Kannada ) is "Ananthpadmanabha".
Kaikini, who initially wrote in Marathi, started writing in Kannada in the latter part of the 1930s. His popular works include Navamanavathavaada, Nasthika Mathu Devaru, Manovignanada Roopureshegalu, and Sathyarthi.
She came to the cinema as child artist from Bhaktha Prahallada Kannada cinema. Prathigne, Bettada Huli, Nyayave Devaru got her awards from film fans. In 2004-2005 for ‘Gowdru’ Kannada cinema she received the best supporting actress. She is the recipient of Nataka Academy award in a long career as an actress.
Devaru Kotta Thangi (Kannada: ದೇವರು ಕೊಟ್ಟ ತಂಗಿ) is a 2009 Indian Kannada film, directed by Om Sai Prakash and produced by Smt Rajamma Saiprakash. The film stars Shiva Rajkumar, Meera Jasmine, Monica and Suraj in lead roles. The film had musical score by Hamsalekha.
J. Chandulal Jain was a popular Kannada film director and producer of almost 40 films, notably, "Thaaye Devaru", "Bhootayyana Maga Ayyu", "Tabbaliyu Neenade Magane", "Bhakta Siriyala", and many more. He also produced movies in Hindi such as "Godhuli" and "Pyaar Karke Dekho". His film "Idu Sadhya" was shot in just 48 hours.
Tirupati Thimmappa is very much alive in janapada (Kannada) culture of south India. When people take pilgrimage to Tirupati, they chant 'Tirupati Thimmappana Padakke Govinda Govindaa'. Gathering folklore knowledge of Indian Villages may give more in depth history and heritage of Tirupati Temple. Tirupati Thimmappa is also known as richest God. He was Kula Devata (Mane Devaru) of Tulu Gowda and Kodagu Gowda.
Mavinakere is a small village near Holenarasipura, Hassan district, in the Indian state of Karnataka. This village is famous for Mavinakere Sri Lakshmi Venkataramanaswamy temple. Mavinakere Sri Lakshmi Venkataramanaswamy is worshipped as mane devaru, family deity, by many families in and out of Karnataka.
The Shree Vinayaka Devaru (Kannada:ಗಣಪತಿ ಇಡಗುಂಜಿ) is a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Ganesha (Vinayaka), located on the West Coast of India in the Idagunji town in Uttara Kannada district in Karnataka state, India. The temple's popularity as a religious place is recorded by about 1 million devotees visiting it annually.
Mahantha Devaru Nanjundaswamy (1936–2004) was an Indian rural activist and anti-globalization campaign leader. As president of the Karnataka Rajya Raitha Sangha (Karnataka State Farmers' Association) he led campaigns against agricultural patenting by multinational corporations, which he called "Western biopiracy".
Nanna Devaru () is a 1982 Kannada film directed by B. Mallesh and produced by K. S. Ashok. The story is written by R. Selvaraj. The film starred Ananth Nag, Sujatha, Tiger Prabhakar and K. S. Ashwath in lead roles. Actress Jayanthi appeared in a brief cameo role.
Soliga people follow naturism and animism along with following Hindu practices and their main deities are Madeshwara, Rangaswamy of Biligirirangana Hills (who is considered the brother-in-law of the clan), Karayya, Kyate Devaru and Jadeswamy. Other deities worshipped by them include Madeshwara, Basaveshwara and Nanjundeshwara and Sri Alamelu Ranganayaki smetha Sri ranganatha.
Devaru Kotta Thangi (Kannada: ದೇವರು ಕೊಟ್ಟ ತಂಗಿ) is a 1973 Indian Kannada film, directed by K. S. L. Swamy (Ravi) and produced by Sri Raghavendra Productions. The film stars Rajkumar, Jayanthi, Srinath and B. V. Radha in lead roles. The film had musical score by Vijaya Bhaskar.