Synonyms for dharmu or Related words with dharmu
Examples of "dharmu"
In 2009 election, Biju Janata Dal candidate Jagabandhu Majhi defeated Bharatiya Janata Party candidate
Gond by a margin of 14,171 votes.
It's centered approximately at , located at only 19 km from Mansa and 10 km from Jhunir. Chachohar, Kot
, Bhamme Khurd, Akkan Wali and Khiali Chehlan Wali are the nearby villages.
Born as a Dharma Gurung in Dhanubas but known as
, he became famous as Dhanu Guru in 18th century Nepal when people realized his extraordinary mastership in archery but later was called Guru Baaje for his profound wisdom on the dharma when he moved to kalabang(Kaloban/Black Forest) Gareti, Pumdibhumdi, Nepal.
"Do Lachhian" is a romantic drama. Two girls, Lachhi (waddhi Lachhi) and Chhoti Lachhi, the daughters of
and Karmu, respectively, are in love with Labbhu and Sohna, respectively. Labbhu and his friend Natthu are alcoholic thieves and have a little crime record. A moneylender, Bhainge Shah, also wants to marry Chhoti Lachhi, and for this purpose he manages a fight between
and Karmu and so between Lachhi and Chhoti Lachhi with the help of Labbhu and Natthu. Bhainge Shah, taking advantage of the fight, manages a marriage with Chhoti Lachhi but at the time his servant, Jagga, an admirer of Lachhi's beauty, reveals the truth to Lachhi and she, apologising for their misunderstanding, saves the marriage reaching in time. Labbhu also realises his mistake and apologise. So the lovers meet.
It was at this time that a program of archery was held in Nuwakot by the king of Nuwakot. In this program Dharma Gurung representing kaski state and Malla Thakuri of Baglung representing Parbat were called for regarding the well known mastership of their archery. Obviously
Gurung and Malla Thakuri reached the final. Malla Thakuri took the first attempt and he broke the thread in the sky. In the turn of Dharma Gurung he said its meaningless to hit such a thread of easyness. Then when the King asked what type of thread he likes to hit for, he said looking to the mirror in front I want to hit the thread in the sky back. And lo! In this way he hit the thread turned into two. As
gurung who was the representative of Kaski state won the game, when he was back the king of kaski asked him to ask for any boon and it is at this time that he asked to give the Kaaloban (Black forest)(called kalabang by gurungs) to be granted where he can build his commune of lineage and practice dharma at its highest level.
Current MLA from 73-Umarkote (ST) Assembly Constituency is Sri Subash Gond from Biju Janta Dal (BJD) who was elected for the second term in the Simultaneous General Election 2014 and was first time elected to the house in the By-Election during November 2011. Prior to him late Sri Jagabandhu Majhi of Biju Janata Dal (BJD), who was shot dead on 24 September 2011, in a public meeting at Gona; won the seat in State Elections in 2009 was the MLA from Umerkote. The By-election poll held on 30th Nov 2011 in which Sri Subash Gond of Biju Janata Dal (BJD) won with a margin of 21061 votes to his contender Sri
Gond of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Previous MLAs from this seat were Sri
Gond Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Smt Parama Pujari who won this seat representing Indian National Congress (INC) in 2000, 1995 and 1985 and representing INC(I) in 1980, Sri Gurubaru Majhi of JD in 1990, and Late Rabisingh Majhi of Janata Party (JNP) in 1977.
•Farmer:- Late Saryu Singh, Late
Singh, Late Satya Narayan Singh (known as Malik), Shri Baidya Nath Pd Singh (He has represented India in 1965 as an IFYE and contributed handsomely in agriculture field after coming from U.S.A.) are mile stones in the field of development in agriculture.Other prominent agriculturist of the eminent Village- Late Srimaan Babu Ramaadhin Singh, Late Srimaan Babu Gariban Singh, Late Shrimaan Babu Mundev Singh, Late Shrimaan Babu Chandi Singh, Late Srimaan Babu Gwali Singh, Late Sriman Babu Ganesh Singh, Srimaan RamBilash Singh, Srimaan Babu ShivBilash Singh, Late Sriman Babu Jaganath Singh Bagi .
When and how they came to Jharkhand? After Nadir shah's invasion to India the fall of Mogul empire came to its end, and the Maratha power was on the expansion having severe internal rivalry, this internal dispute between peshwa and Bhonshle ended with clash at Jharkhand for Bengal. At the time of Bengal expedition peshwa left puna with the object of check mating Raghu Ji in Bengal. At that time in 1742(March -April) peshwa asked tribute or help from Rajput princes of Rajputana,when he was at Bundelkhand.At that time Rawat Bhakt Singh was(1739–61) chief of Jawas. Probably Karam Raja was his cousin brother and Thakur of Jura. At that time the total Rajput soldiers and Bhumiyas soldiers came under the leadership of Rawat (Sisodiya) Karam Singh to Bengal. So they came to Bengal in the train of Peshwa Nana saheb and reached near Murshidabad on 13 March 1743. Their returned journey was very much painful with a heavy clash with their fellow brother Raghu Ji Bhonshle of Nagpur near the dense forest of modern purulia to the mountain pass of Bedu gharh near Ramgharh.On April 27 -1743 it was their last day of happiness. The advance troops of Nana saheb fell into prey by the act of deceiving by Bhonshle near the Mountain pass of Ramgharh. peshwa and his troops halted after Ramgharh near Lilajan river for near about 12 days but the wandering troops of Karam Raja and others unable to join the Peshwa troops, probably they were pushed by Bhonshle (mund kata troops) towards Damodar river.They were unable to found the direction in the dense forest to Ramgharh.Then they settled here as cultivators, the descendants of Karam Raja and other Thakurs are known as Kurmis having their own clans of Rajput. Bhumiyas are known as Bhumij and other people were also known as Kurmis (cultivator) having some territorial name of Rajputana Gujarat and Malwa in their septs. Maximum Thakurs and employees resided nearby the jungle of Damodar river and the place was named as Bokaro (the settler of foolish) and some also resided near Ramgharh. The Bhumiyas of Jawa never retained their position in Jharkhand, they lost their time and wealth by wandering their route to their motherland with Karam Raja. Probable the Bhumiyas of Jitiya and Mandelgarh were witty to adjust in those circumstances and retained their position in the Jungle. They became the chiefs of newly created areas like Manbhum (probably the land of Mandelgarh mBhumiyas). later on they proceed towards Barabhum, Patkum,Dholbhum, and Baghmundi. In the Year 1742 the name of areas like Manbhum, Purulia, Jhalda, Bokaro, Udaipur, Singhbhum etc. were not in existence .Only Pachet estate was there in this jungle area. Their happiness didn't last for long. After the British penetration to this jungle mahals, they slowly lost their power and estate to Bengali officers. The Bhumiyas chiefs were gradually lost their independent and superior status after Bhumij revolt (1832–33).on being defeated by the British force they completely disintegrated and came and took refugees in adjacent area mostly with munda people, so the newly creating culture and traditions by the People of western India like Karam Jitiya Jawa and Tusu flourished by the Bhumiyas chiefs of Jharkhand. The maharana or the Sisodiya family of Udaipur pare the highest in ranks and dignity among the Rajput chiefs of India and treated them and continue to treat them with great respect. So the people of their country and other Rajputs respect Sisodiya Karam or karmu and Dharam or
with their native estate Jawas and Jitiya. After the clash at Jharkhand peshwa became the super hero among his rivals in India, leaving behind the sorrow and the painful life of his comrades in this jungle,having social stigma as Adivasi and their traditions and culture are recognised as Tribal festival of Jharkhand.
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