Synonyms for koogu or Related words with koogu

premikkunnu              hennina              parivarthanam              penpoovu              khareedu              kiduva              muyyi              siracheda              sididedda              aparaajitha              aangalamar              rakkuyil              sosagara              monagadu              kalavari              thalastaanam              enthino              pranasakhi              savithriyude              therkathi              kattathoru              akkarappacha              munnettam              thirakal              nakshathragal              aatmiyulu              yarigu              kaattil              attimari              niraye              varadhakshina              bhadradeepam              valartha              nishedi              agnidevan              neeyo              varuvan              ranabheri              karunthel              nirdoshi              ponnalla              puzhayozhukum              thiramai              urakkam              koduthaan              aanamuttathe              chennay              jagratta              ramachaari              snehasindooram             



Examples of "koogu"
Aseriaru, Kalvi, Kestla, Koogu, Kõrkküla, Kõrtsialuse, Oru and Rannu.
Koogu is a village in Aseri Parish, Ida-Viru County in northeastern Estonia.
Karulina Koogu () is a 1994 Indian Kannada drama film directed by D. Rajendra Babu and produced by vizag Raju. The film features Prabhakar, Vinaya Prasad and Srinath in the lead roles. The film was widely popular for the songs composed and written by Hamsalekha upon release.
Akashadoothu is a 1993 Malayalam-language drama film, directed by Sibi Malayil with Madhavi and Murali in lead roles. One of the most influential melodramas of the nineties, the film tells the tale of a widow suffering from leukemia. It won the National Film Award for Best Film on Family Welfare. Madhavi won Kerala State Film Award for Second Best Actress and Filmfare Award for Best Actress awards for this film. This film was remade in Telugu and Kannada as "Matrudevobhava" and "Karulina Koogu" respectively. It was also remade in Marathi as "Chimani Pakhare" by Matchindra Chate of Chate Coaching Classes in Maharashtra.
After her marriage, Naik, started writing radio plays about the trials and tribulations of middle class life for the local Akashavani station. Encouraged by the popularity she started writing and contributing poems, short stories and articles for prominent Kannada periodicals such as Sudha, Prajavani and Taranga. When her novella, "Nele Bele", won an award in the annual novella competition conducted by Sudha magazine, she was invited by the writer P. Lankesh to contribute to his newly started tabloid "Lankesh Patrike". Naik started writing regularly for the tabloid and was soon recognized for her sensitivity, social commitment and progressive views. Her popularity as a writer and journalist led her to being nominated as Member of the Karnataka Legislative Council (MLC) by the then Chief Minister Ramakrishna Hegde. Naik continued to write and produce memorable books like the short story collection "Habba mattu Bali" ("Festival and the Sacrifice"), the novel "Gati" ("Fate") and the poetry collections, "Ide Koogu Matte Matte" ("The Same Cry Again and Again") and "Bidiru Mele Kantiyali" ("In the Bamboo Thicket"). Author of sixteen books, she is also known for her plays, children's fiction and essays. She won the Karnataka Sahitya Academy Award in 1991. Her novel "Gati" has been translated into English, and her stories and poems have been translated into English, Hindi, Marathi and Telugu languages. Her works are part of the syllabus in several universities in Karnataka.