Synonyms for holenarasipura or Related words with holenarasipura

krishnarajpet              arsikere              arkalgud              rajpur              sonapur              tarikere              gorur              manpur              kushtagi              kotturu              salempur              dharampur              pandavapura              gobindpur              meerpur              chikmagalur              madhuban              paharpur              koratagere              venkatapur              jambusar              shahbad              chickmagalur              pattambi              thripunithura              shankarpur              shujalpur              chakia              mahudha              shevgaon              ranibennur              ranipur              rahuri              lakhanpur              bhattu              ambasamudram              balussery              thasra              kodur              siddapur              harpanahalli              gangavathi              nagamangala              sivagangai              bhagwanpur              srirampur              kandhar              bhawanipur              rampura              mangaon             

Examples of "holenarasipura"
Masur – Sikaripura – Shimoga – Lakkavalli – Tharikere – Chikamagalur – Belur – Hassan – Holenarasipura – K R Nagar – Belikere – Nanjangud – Yalandur- Beligeriranganabetta. Total 662 kilometres approx.
Gowda joined the Indian National Congress party in 1953 and remained a member until 1962. During that period, he was the President of Anjaneya Cooperative Society of Holenarasipura and later became a member of the Taluk Development Board, Holenarasipura taluk, Hassan.
Kumaraswamy was born in Haradanahalli, Holenarasipura Taluk, Hassan District, Karnataka to H. D. Deve Gowda and Chennamma.
Aane Kannambadi is a village in Hassan, Karnataka. It is located on the Hassan – Mysore state highway and is about 25 km from Holenarasipura.
The route followed by this highway is Bagalakote – Badami – Ron – Huyalgola – Gadag – Sirahatti – Ranibennur – Sikaripura – Shimoga – Lakkavalli – Tharikere – Chikamagalur – Belur – Hassan – Holenarasipura – K R Nagar – Nanjangud  – Beligeriranganabetta
Babburkammes are largely spread in the Karnataka towns of Bangalore, Mysore, Holenarasipura, Konanur, Arkalgud, Bellur, Kanakatte, Mirle, Arasikere, Belavadi, Mayasandra, Bettadapura, Davangere, Shivamogga, Chikkamagaluru, and Bhadravati.
Hassan District is administratively divided into eight talukas (Panchayat blocks): Alur, Arkalgud, Arsikere, Belur, Channarayapatna, Hassan, Holenarasipura (H.N. Pura) and Sakleshpur, and 258 panchayat villages.
Sri Satchidanandendra Saraswati Swamiji (5 January 1880 – 5 August 1975) was the founder of the Adhyatma Prakasha Karyalaya in Holenarasipura, Hassan district, Karnataka, India. He was a great Vedantin of Advaitha Philosophy.
India census, Holenarasipura had a population of 27,018. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. It has an average literacy rate of 73%, higher than the national average of 59.5%; with male literacy of 78% and female literacy of 68%. 11% of the population is under 6 years of age.
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.
Chetan Baboor (April 22, 1974) is an Indian international Table Tennis champion and winner of the Arjuna Award for 1997 - an award recognizing outstanding achievement in sports in India. He belongs to the Babbur Kamme community of Holenarasipura, Karnataka. Chetan has won four national titles and double golds in Commonwealth Championships.
Deve Gowda was born on 18 May 1933 in Haradanahalli village of Holenarasipura taluk, Hassan District, Karnataka in a Vokkaliga caste family. He earned his Diploma in Civil Engineering from Smt. L. V. Polytechnic, Hassan, Karnataka. He married Chennamma and the couple have four sons and two daughters.
Holenarasipura is on a state highway between Mysore and Hassan and on another state highway between Somavarapete and Bangalore. It is connected to the rest of Karnataka and India by broad gauge railway. It is 32 km from Hassan, 90 km from Mysore and 175 km from Bangalore.
Narayana was born in 1934 at Holenarasipura in Hassan district of Karnataka to Keshavayya and Sannamma. Influenced by his father, who was a musician himself, Narayana developed interest in music early in his life and started learning Violin at a young age of six. He later got his Carnatic classical vocal music lessons from the veteran musician R. K. Srikantan in Mysore. H.K. Narayana was known to be one of the favourite students of R. K. Srikantan.
Arkalgud, also known as Arakalagudu is a panchayat town and is one among the eight taluks of Hassan district in the state of Karnataka, India. It is situated 30 km from Hassan and 195 km. from Bangalore. The river Hemavati forms the entire northern boundary of the Taluk; river Kaveri runs through a portion of the south. It is well connected by road to many towns and cities of Karnataka. Holenarasipura is the nearest railway station to Arakalgud taluk and the nearest
Holenarasipura is a town and taluk in Hassan district of Karnataka. The town is situated on the banks of the Hemavati, one of the many tributaries of the Kaveri. The name of the town signifies the presiding deity Narasimha, the Fourth incarnation of Vishnu dwelling on the banks of the river (hole). Not only is the town a taluk headquarters, but it is also an important central point for the surrounding agriculture industry.
In 1962, Deve Gowda was elected to the Karnataka Legislative Assembly from Holenarasipura constituency as an independent candidate. Later, he was elected from the same constituency to the Karnataka Legislative Assembly for six consecutive terms from 1962 to 1989. He joined the Congress(O) during the Congress split and served as the Leader of Opposition in the Assembly from March 1972 to March 1976 and again from November 1976 to December 1977. During the Emergency (1975–77), he was imprisoned in the Bangalore Central Jail.
Ashwath was born on 25 May 1925 in Karaganahalli village, Holenarasipura taluk in the Kingdom of Mysore of British India (in present-day Hassan district in Karnataka state) as Karaganahalli Subbaraya Ashwathanarayana. He completed his primary education from Dalvoy School, Mysore. He then attained the Bachelor of Commerce degree from Maharaja's College, Mysore with seventh rank in the University. His formal education came to an end in 1942 as he joined the Indian freedom struggle. Two years later, he got a job as a Food Inspector. He later became a stenographer in the Deputy Commissioner's office and spent ten years in Government service.
Holenarasipur Yoganarasimham Sharada Prasad (1924–2008) was an Indian civil servant, journalist and writer, best known as the media adviser to Indira Gandhi, former Prime Minister of India. He also served as the media adviser to Rajiv Gandhi, during his tenure as the Indian Prime Minister. Born on 15 April 1924 to Holenarasipura Yoganarasimham and Saraswati in Bangalore in the south India state of Karnataka, he started his career as a journalist at the Indian Express Group and later joined the Publications Division of the Government of India as an assistant editor during which time he served as the editor of "Yojana", the official journal of the Planning Commission of India. His stint as the editor of the journal was reported to have brought him to Indira Gandhi's notice who invited him to join her staff as the media adviser.
The natural formation of a piece of stone in the form of a grinding stone surrounded by a hole is the main deity "Sri Ranganatha". This was noticed during the Paleyagara's reign. Sri Lakshminarasimha Nayaka, was the Paleyagara of Holenarasipura who ruled this area. During his time a cow which belonged to him used to empty the milk in this cave every evening. He followed the cow one day to check the reality and noticed that this cow used to empty the milk on its own above the same deity and he was extremely surprised to see this. Since then he started offering poojas to this god. Even today devotees offer their offerings right on top of this god, and as ever, all of it goes straight through the hole and disappears. This remains a mystery even to this day. Hence devotees believe that their offerings are reaching god directly.