Synonyms for javaregowda or Related words with javaregowda

siritanakke              sadaguru              karnamukteshwar              gowthameswarar              tarvinder              thirukannangudi              puttham              vilayum              pattikaatu              dhokarikar              hanseswari              umaanilayam              cheruppakkar              muthodumuthu              vasanbhai              aagashe              sreevaru              thalageri              koduthan              nilukada              ananthaswami              vijp              kudappanakkunnu              manokar              urangoo              bashpa              kuraiyum              varsharuthu              aanandavalli              satteyya              kallane              srimadvirat              pathitha              apathsahayar              urkavalan              meenati              premalaya              nanasu              singhbhupinder              preethiye              chelimi              yaamangal              govindrajulu              swaathi              jarakiholi              omvati              mayadev              poochasanyaasi              pimpalghar              karjol             



Examples of "javaregowda"
Sastry began his career as a lecturer at Kanakapura rural college in 1955. He moved to St. Joseph's College, Bangalore in 1957 and continued as a lecturer there until 1959. Subsequently, he was appointed as lecturer at Osmania University in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh in 1959 where he worked hard to lend shape to the nascent Kannada department. In addition to his teaching duties at the University, he also taught at several Women's and Arts Colleges. He involved himself in the affairs of the "Telugu Sahitya Akademi" and during these years put together his ""Mahakavyalakshana"". He translated Sophocles' ""Trakiya Pengal"" during his tenure at Osmania University. Later he translated ""Prometheus Bound"" by Aeschylus into Kannada. His dictionary titled ""Sreevatsa Nighantu"" took form while at Osmania University. After being transferred from women's college to the University's Post Graduate department, T. V. Venkatachala Sastry involved himself teaching topics like ""Kannada Chandassu"", Kannada Grammar and ""Suktisudarnava"". It was during these years that he set out to do doctoral research and this brought him closer to his former teacher and mentor D. L. Narasimhachar. In fact, D. L. Narasimhachar suggested a doctoral work on ""Kannada Neminathapurana Tulanathmaka"", which T. V. V. Sastry took up in earnest. In February 1968, University of Mysore's "Kannada Adhyayana Samsthe" embarked on organising a symposium to celebrate eighth centennial of Basavanna and requested T. V. V. Sastry at Osmania University to pen a paper on ""Vachana Sahitya"". Sastry took up the project, returning a 60-page document that caught the attention of Kannada Adhyayana Samsthe director and his former teacher D. Javaregowda, who with H. M. Nayak persuaded him to relocate to University of Mysore in 1968 to occupy the post of Lecturer.