Synonyms for kalyaanam or Related words with kalyaanam

njaan              vandha              geetham              ithu              paravaigal              vendum              ninne              koottam              rendum              thaai              mazhai              kaattu              kaalamellam              varusham              iniyum              mattum              ennai              neeye              gaanam              pennum              poocha              swapnam              swapnangal              sookshikkuka              mounam              neeyum              raavukal              kaaval              varai              vandhu              kaatru              kaakkum              raasa              sorgam              ellorum              thedi              njan              sahasam              swantham              theerpu              irundha              vizhigal              poovum              meendum              varoo              vannu              kunguma              thathamme              sneham              ponnu             



Examples of "kalyaanam"
A Hindu wedding is regionally called "Thirumanam or kalyaanam"(Tamil:திருமணம்-கல்யாணம்), "Vivaham or kalyaanam"(Malayalam:വിവാഹം - കല്യാണം), "vivaha" (Hindi: विवाह), (Bengali : বিবাহ), (Kannada: ಮದುವೆ (Maduve)), (Telugu: పెళ్లి (pelli), మనువు (manuvu), వివాహం (vivaaham), కళ్యాణం (kalyaanam)).
The song "Kalyaanam Kalyaanam... Ullaasamaagave Ulagaththil Vaazhave" sung by J. P. Chandrababu for S. Balachander becomes an instant hit and was still played in many television. Owing, to its popularity the song was remade by music director Sundar C Babu in Tamil film "Thoonga Nagaram" (2011) which had singer Karthik's voice. The song also included disc jockey's remix tunes with actor J. P. Chandrababu's voice had been reused along with the lyrics by Udumalai Narayana Kavi.
Film historian Randor Guy opines that "Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu" was a Telugu remake of Prasad's Tamil film "Kadan Vaangi Kalyaanam" (1958). Others such as Ashish Rajadhyaksha and Paul Willemen (authors of "Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema"), film scholar Swarnavel Eswaran Pillai, and M. L. Narasimhan of "The Hindu" believe that they were filmed simultaneously with different casts for different versions. Thanjai N. Ramaiah Dass wrote the dialogue for "Kadan Vaangi Kalyaanam", and M. S. Chalapathi Rao and Jagannadham were the film's executive producers.
Iyers are a subsect of South Indian Brahmins and generally speak Tamil. Iyer weddings are known as "kalyaanam" or "thirumanam" in Tamil. For specific details about vedic rituals described below, see Vedic wedding.
After the successful completion of the "Shanti" programme, the Kranthi programme follows in which "Kalyaanam" is very important. "Kranthi" means "to step ahead" and signifies heading towards a new life.
Her career took a leap with the blockbuster hit "Kalyaanam dhaan" from the movie "Saamy". This song topped the music charts. This was followed by "Vinodhane" from "Thennavan", "Vaa Masakatre" from "Kurumbu" and "Ayurvedha Azhagi" from Thiruda Thirudi.
K. K. Haridas is an Indian film director in Malayalam movies. He directed more than 20 Malayalam movies. His popular movies are Vadhu Doctoraanu, Kaakkaykkum Poochaykkum Kalyaanam and Kinnam Katta Kallan.
Pillai found that the Nair community was beset with many unnecessary customs and traditions that prevented the groups progress. He tried to stop the celebration of such extravagant and ridiculous ceremonies like Thalikettu, Therandu Kalyaanam, Pulikudi, etc. He campaigned for the discontinuation of the out-dated matrilineal system observed by the Nairs. He initiated the Smastha Kerala Nair Samajam meetings for this purpose. He started a monthly newspaper called Samudaya Parishkarini.
According to the credit of the film Kalyaanam Pannippaar (1952), it states that it contain colour sequence which was in Gevacolor. This would probably not only to be Tamil cinema's first film to contain colour sequence, but for the whole South India too. This marked the entry of colour into Tamil cinema. Later, in year 1955 Kanavaney Kankanda Deivam was partially coloured by Gevacolor. Thangamalai Ragasiyam (1957 film), Ambikapathy, Illarame Nallaram (1958 film), Nadodi Mannan, Adutha Veetu Penn (1960 film) and Kappalottiya Thamizhan (1961 film) was partly coloured in Geva Color while Naaga Nandhini (1961 film) and Veera Abhimanyu (1965 film) was partly coloured by Eastman Color. In year 1969, Thunaivan was partly coloured by Eastmancolour. In year 1975, Andharangam was a full length black and white film but had two song clips coloured by Geva Color. This film was known to be the last Tamil film to be partly coloured.
Bhaktha Chetha (1940), Mangamma Sabatham (1943), Haridas (1944), Salivaahanan (1945), Naam Iruvar (1947) and Vedhala Ulagam (1948) had some color sequence coloured by Hand-tinting process. Hand-tinting process did not give its natural colour. Haridas was re-released in year 1946 with a full length colour copy coloured by Hand-tinting process. Then Hindi color movies in the early 1950s was dubbed into Tamil. The first Tamil film to contain Gevacolor sequence is Kalyaanam Pannippaar (1952). The first full length Tamil color film was Alibabavum 40 Thirudargalum. This movie was also the first full length color movie in South India. Thangamalai Ragasiyam was partly coloured. Nadodi Mannan (1958) was partially in Geva Color. Veerapandiya Kattabomman was the first Tamil film to be shot in Technicolor but it was not fully shot in Technicolor. The song clips for the song ""Inbam Pongum Vennila"" and ""Anjatha Singam En Kaalai"" was shot in Technicolor while the song clips for the song ""Singgara Kanne"" was shot in Geva Color. The song clip of ""Pogathey Pogathey En Kanava"" was shot in both Technicolor and Geva Color. Parma Pidha, an unreleased film in 1961 was announced to be in Eastman color.
Kalyaanam Pannippaar (1952) was South India's first Geva Colour film. Later in year 1955, Kanavane Kankanda Deivam happen to contain sequences in Gevacolor. Alibabavum 40 Thirudargalum was the first full length Geva Color film in South India. Geva Color was a cheaper color among the others and did not producd a good color image. There were big difference between the color produced by Geva Color and the other colors. Geva Color improved its color from year to year. It was mostly into purple-pink tone of color. Geva Color changed some of the colors into other colors such as true red into deep rose and dark green to light green. Later in 1958, Nadodi Mannan was partly coloured in Geva Color. The following year, Veerapandiya Kattabomman was a full length color film but partly coloured in Geva Color. In year 1961, Sri Valli was entirely taken in Geva Color and in 1963, Lava Kusha was the last Tamil film to be entirely shot in Geva Color.