Synonyms for kondu or Related words with kondu
Examples of "kondu"
Sendravan" by P Susheela in "Enakul Oruvan" (1984)
Thulabharam is a Malayalam language film. It was released in 2003.
He is the co-author of the books titled "Athmahathya: Jeevitham
Murivettavante Vakku" and "Unmadam: abodhathinte Maholtsavam" which probe the connection between suicide, madness and creativity.
The old song "Chavara Panmana Thevalakkara chakiri
pizhaykkanam" reveals these village's main source of income is coir industry and Thekkumbhagom its neighbour village
The natural scenic beauty of Thodupuzha has attracted many Malayalam movie makers.Swapnam
Thulabharam, Elsamma Enna Aankutty, Rasathanthram, Veruthe Oru Bharya, Vargam, Vellathooval, Vellimoonga, Aadupuliyattam, Swarnakaduva, etc. are some of the movies shot at and around Vannappuram.
Nishad debuted as a playback singer in 2002 with the song "Manassukal Thammil [Puthooram] ..." in Rajasenan's Malayalam film Nakshathrakkannulla Rajakumaran Avanundoru Rajakumari under music director Benny Kannan. It was followed by 'Swapnam
Dernekpazarı is a district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey.The old name of the town was
(or Kondualtı) and the current mayor of the town is Mehmet Aşık (AKP).
In Turkish, "gece" means "at night" and "
" means "placed" (from the verb "konmak", "to settle" or "to be placed"); thus the term "gecekondu" comes to mean "placed (built) overnight". And "bölge" means a "zone", "district" or even "region", so a "gecekondu bölgesi" is a "suddenly built-up shanty-neighborhood."
The music was done by Mohan Sitara, Somashekharan Unnitan and MG Anil. The songs are sung by Jayachandran, Shweta Mohan, Vijay Yesudas and Anuradha Sriram. The film has five songs. The lyrics were by Devadas (famous for Kattukurinju poovum
) and MT Pradeep Kumar.
One decade of career and a variety of popular roles in more than 87 films speak volume about her calibre as an actress. Some of her all-time hits are Anantana Avantara, Neenu Nakare Halu Sakare, Tharle Nan Maga, Ksheera Saagara, Kalavida, Koona Eidaithe, Undu Hodha
Hoda () is a 1992 Indian Kannada satirical comedy film directed and written by Nagathihalli Chandrashekar making his debut in film direction. The film starred Ananth Nag and Tara in the lead role whilst Umesh, Tennis Krishna, Anjali Sudhakar, Vijay Kashi and Maanu feature in other prominent roles. The film was produced by Padmamba Combines banner.
"Nagathihalli Chandrashekhar" is an Indian director, actor, screen writer and a lyricist who predominantly works in Kannada Cinema. He made his film debut as a screenplay writer in "Kadina Benki" (1986) which won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film and the Karnataka State Award. His directorial debut was "Undu Hoda
Hoda" (1991) for which he won the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Story.
Karibasavaiah (1959 – 3 February 2012) was an Indian actor who appeared in Kannada cinema and a theatre personality. He has acted in over 120 films. He died on 3 February 2012 after a road traffic accident in Bangalore. He made his debut in the movie "Undo Hodha,
Hodha". Some of his memorable films are "Kotreshi Kanasu", "Janumada Jodi", "Galate Aliyandru", "Mungarina Minchu", "Yaarige Salute Sambala", "Police Story 2" and "Ullasa Utsaha".
The scientific name of the four-horned antelope is "Tetracerus quadricornis". The generic name "Tetracerus" is the combination of two Greek words: "tetra" ("four") and "ceros" ("horned"). The specific name "quadricornis" is derived from two Latin words: "quadri" ("four") and "cornu" ("horned"). The four-horned antelope is known by several vernacular names: "chausingha", "chowsingha", "chousingha" (Hindi for "four horns"), "doda", "ghutri" (mainly in central India) (Hindi); "
kuri" (Kannada); "chauka" (Nepalese); "nari komboo marn" (Tamil).
Kerala Varma had a vast vocabulary. According to his biographer A. D. Hari Sarma, Kerala Varma never faced an issue in finding the right choice of word and that once he started writing, apt words used to appear as the flow of river Ganges. Vallathol described him as "Padam
panthaadunna Pandalam" (One who juggles with words). Kerala Varma was severely criticised by Kumaran Asan in the literary periodical "Vivekodayam". Joseph Mundassery also criticised Kerala Varma for his poetic style. P. V. Krishna Warrier criticised Kerala Varma in a special issue of "Kavana Kaumudi".
The natural scenic beauty of Thodupuzha has attracted many Malayalam movie makers. Of late Thodupuzha has become a hot spot for Malayalam movies especially with Achayan background. Vasanthiyum Lakshmiyum Pinne Njanum, Vargam, Nasrani, Manassinakkare, Kunjikoonan, Rasathanthram, Palunku, Detective, Veruthe Oru Bharya, Film Star, Swantham Lekhakan, Kadha Parayumbol, Samastha Keralam PO, Pappy Appacha, , Janapriyan, Arya, Swapnam
Thulabharam, Elsamma Enna Aankutty, Marykkundoru Kunjaadu, Oridathoru Postman, Detective, Vismayathumbathu, SringaravelanSwapna Sanchari, 101 Weddings, Evidam Swargamanu, Daivathinte Swantham Cleetus, Drishyam(Tamil and malayalam), Om Shanti Oshana, Vajram, Rebecca Uthup Kizhakkemala, Vellimoonga, Thoppil Joppan, Oppam, Kattappanayile Rithwik Roshan, Swarna Kaduva, Aadupuliyattam, Janapriyan etc. are some of the movies shot at and around Thodupuzha.
As he ruled the temple staff like Senai Muthaliyaar (Sri Vishvaksena), he was given the name Muthali-Aandaan. He is mentioned in the Koyil Ozhugu, the chronicle of Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, in glowing terms: ""muthaliyaandaanum kurattilirunthu koyil kariyaththaiyum uLLe karuvulaka vaasalileyirunthu thirumeni upachaaraththayum, sannathiyile irunthu thiruppavaLa upchaarangaLayum udayavar niyamanappadi aaraaynthu
anaiththazhagum kaNdarula paNNIk-kondirunthaar"." (Roughly translated as: And Muthaliyandan administered the following, according to Ramanuja's orders, the many works of the temple, the services to the Lord, and the works of the Shrine.)
Aged just 13, Shrutika received offers for films but her protective parents thought that she was too immature to be a heroine. At 16, she was soon spotted and signed up to appear alongside Suriya in the 2002 action film "Shree" and a critic noted that "she looks cute from certain angles — but has little to do performance wise" labelling that the actors make a "nice screen pair". The film however performed poorly at the box office. Her next film was Kavithalayaa Productions's "Album" directed by Vasanthabalan in which she was paired with Aryan Rajesh, though the film did only average business. She also featured in the Malayalam film "Swapnam
Thulabharam", in which she was paired with Suresh Gopi and her role as Ammu has won rave reviews. Shrutika also went on to appear alongside Jiiva in "Thithikudhe" as well as playing a role in the Kamal Haasan production "Nala Damayanthi" opposite Madhavan.
Dhanya Mary Varghese was born to Varghese and Sheeba at Koothattukulam near Muvattupuzha, Kerala, India. She has a younger brother, Dikson. She completed schooling at St. Josephs Higher secondary school and M.K.M. Higher Secondary School, Piravom. She is the product of famous institution Kalabhavan. She pursued bachelors from St. Teresa's College in Kochi.She came to the Malayalam movie industry as a junior artist, She was one of the group dancers in the song "Thottuvilichalo.." in the movie Swapnam
Thulabharam.She made her acting debut in the Tamil film "Thirudi" and later debuted in Malayalam through "Nanma" directed by Sharath Chandran Vayanad. She rose to prominence through her role in "Thalappavu". She later acted in several Malayalam films such as "", "Kerala Cafe" and "Nayakan". She was one of the anchors in "Vanitha Asianet-Film awards 2009". She appeared on several Malayalam musical albums. She appeared as a guest judge in the 2010 season of the music reality-television program Idea Star Singer on Asianet.
Perkin was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in June 1903 and awarded their Davy Medal in 1924 "for his researches on the structure of natural colouring matters". His candidacy citation for the Royal Society read ""Research Chemist in the Clothworker's Dyeing School, Yorkshire College, Leeds. Distinguished for his researches in Organic Chemistry, and especially in the section of this subject which comprises vegetable colouring matters. The results of these researches are published in upwards of 60 papers in the 'Journal of the Chemical Society.' Partly in conjunction with the late Prof J J Hummel he investigated Chay Root, Rubia Sikkimensis, and other similar plants, and succeeded in isolating and clearly proving the constitution of the Anthracene derivatives which they contain. His researches on Mang-
, Ventilago madraspatana , and many other plants largely used in India, Java, and elsewhere, on account of their valuable dyeing properties, have not only made us acquainted with the dyeing principles contained in these plants, but their chemical investigation has, in nearly all cases, led to a clear conception of their constitution. During the course of his researches on luteolin, morin, apinin, quercitin, and other flavone compounds, he discovered and investigated curious compounds which such dyestuffs forms with acids. This work has afforded a valuable means of determining the molecular weight of such substances. In another paper he has described a new behaviour of colouring matters, which consists in their forming crystalline potassium salts when treated with potassium acetate. As only colouring matters which contain two hydroxyls relatively in the other position show this behaviour, the test affords further means of determining constitution. His researches include the investigation of the valuable compounds which colouring matters and other substances form with Diazobenzine chloride and the careful examination of the glucosides, tannins, Catechus, and similar compounds closely allied to the natural colouring matters. He has also published important investigations on Resorcylic Acid and its derivatives, on haematein and brazilein, on Kamala, purpurogallin, etc, etc.""
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