Synonyms for kudumba or Related words with kudumba

iniyum              swantham              geetham              varavu              ponnu              veendum              pattalam              sookshikkuka              njaan              rahasyam              pennu              rajavu              sundaran              priyappetta              noottandu              thedi              theerpu              poocha              puthu              puthri              kutumbam              njangalude              kadha              adimakal              paravaigal              raktha              manathe              sukham              njan              swapnangal              chuvanna              ithu              vilikkunnu              visheshangal              pathram              snehamulla              kapuram              sambhavam              marikkumo              neethi              ithile              anandha              kodalu              veettile              thaai              kaaval              nanmakal              kaattu              swapnam              bharya             

Examples of "kudumba"
KUDUMBA THALAIVAN profit of a magnificent light by C.V.Murthy.
Kudumba Shree self-help groups are actively participating in the economy of Pizhala
Killikurushiyile Kudumba Mela is a 1997 Indian Malayalam film directed by Viji Thampy and starring Jagadish and Premkumar.
Kudumba Vishesham is a 1994 Indian Malayalam film, directed by P Anil, Babu Narayanan, starring Thilakan and Kaviyoor Ponnamma in the lead roles.
Kudumba Vaarthakal is a 1998 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Ali Akbar and produced by Milan Jaleel. The film stars Jagathy Sreekumar, Innocent, Kalabhavan Mani and Kalpana in lead roles. The film had musical score by Berny-Ignatius.
Oru Kudumba Chithram is a 2012 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Ramesh Thampi and produced by Kanakam Subair, Manu Sreekandapuram and Ramesh Kumar. The film stars Kalabhavan Mani, Lakshmi Sharma, Jagathy Sreekumar and Suraj Venjaramoodu in lead roles. The film had musical score by Anil Pongumoodu and Indrajith Ramesh.
Kudumba Sangili (English: Family Chain) is a 1999 Tamil language film directed by P. N. Ramachandar. The film featured the producer Kalaipuli G. Sekaran alongside Kushboo, while Manivannan plays a supporting role. The film, which had music composed by Sirpi, opened in November 1999.
Ali Akbar is an Indian film lyricist, screenwriter and director in Malayalam movies. He directed more than 20 Malayalam movies. His popular movies are "Junior Mandrake", "Kudumba Vaarthakal" and "Pai Brothers". Akbar has contested in 2014 parliament elections from Vatakara constituency in the AAP banner. He contested in Kozhikkode corporation for BJP.
Kudumba Thalaivan (Family Leader) is a 1962 Tamil language drama film directed by M. A. Thirumugam. The film features M. G. Ramachandran, M. R. Radha and B. Saroja Devi in lead roles. The film, produced by Sandow M. M. A. Chinnappa Thevar, had a musical score by K. V. Mahadevan and was released on 15 August 1962.
Nochipra Bhagavathy-Kshetram, one of the oldest temples (about 900+ years) in West Hill, Kozhikode brings devotees from near, far and from all walks of life. This kudumba kshetram belonging to the Nochipra Family (a.k.a. Nellipunath Family), has many stories and real incidents through its generations.
Famous music director of yester years K. V. Mahadevan (who had tuned music for all Devar Films Hits such as Thaikku pin Thaaram, Thaai sollai thattaathe, Thaayaik kaaththa thanayan, Dharmam Thalai Kaakkum, Neethikku pin Paasam, Kudumba thalaivan etc. and Sivaji Starrer films such as Thiruvilaiyaadal, Thiruvarutselvar, Saraswathi Sapatham, Kandan Karunai, Thillaana Mohanambal, Vasantha Maaligai, and the famous musical hit Sankarabaranam) belonged to Krishnancoil.
The major source of income in this village is agriculture. Majority of the population depend on the agriculture crops such as rubber, coconut, arecanut, ginger, pepper etc. A very minority only depend on business and govt. jobs. There are many self-help groups, small scale industries and a kudumba shree units active in this place. Other major sources of the people are products of agriculture, daily wagers, constructions and other businesses.
Babu Narayanan is an Indian film director in Malayalam movies. He has directed more than 25 Malayalam movies. He was a popular Malayalam movie director during the 1990s. Together with Anil Kumar, he directed popular movies like "Maanthrikacheppu", "Sthreedhanam", "Kudumba Vishesham", "Aramanaveedum Anjoorekkarum", "Kaliyoonjal" and "Pattabhishekam". Last movie they done together was "Parayam" in 2004. Later he took a break from movies. He made a comeback in 2013 with the Malayalam movie"To Noora with Love"
The major source of income in this village is agriculture. Majority of the population depend on the agriculture crops such as rice, vegetable, rubber, coconut, arecanut, ginger, pepper etc. A very minority only depend on business and govt. jobs. There are many self-help groups, small scale industries and a kudumba shree units active in this place. Other major sources of the people are products of agriculture, daily wagers, constructions and other businesses.
The pair of MGR-Saroja Devi gave 26 back to back hit films together which included Thirudathey, Thai Sollai Thattathey, Paasam,Thaayaikaatha Thanayan, Asai Mugam, Periya Idathu Penn, Dharmam Thalaikkakkum, Neethikku Pin Pasam, Pannakkara Kudumbam,Padakoti, Nadodi, Thali Bhagyam, Naan Anayittaal, Petralthaan Pillaiya, Arasa Katalai and Kudumba Thalaivan. Her best performances opposite MGR were the 'rich girl' roles in Anbe Vaa, Enga Veettu Pillai, En Kadamai, Deiva Thai,Kalangarai Vilakkam, Pana Thottam, Parrakkum Pavai and Thayin Madiyil. The women adored her dressing sense and her saris and blouses, ornaments, hairstyles were copied by girls and women.
G. Sekaran began his career as a film financier and distributor, before becoming a producer and a partner at Kalaipuli Films with S. Thanu and Soori. They debuted as producer with the film "Yaar?" (1985) by Kannan, with Sekaran portraying a negative role in the film. He subsequently moved on and worked on as a director in films including "Oorai Therunjukitten" (1988), "Kaaval Poonaigal" (1989) and "Ulavaali" (1994), before launching himself as a lead actor in "Jameen Kottai" (1995). He subsequently also played the lead role in "Kudumba Sangili" (1999). After that Sekaran went back to distributing films.
E.M.G. Yadava Women's College is in Thiruppalai, Madurai, India. It is affiliated to Madurai Kamaraj University and run by the Yadava Community Educational Trust. The motto of the college is "Magalir Arivu, Kudumba Uyarvu" which means "By educating a woman we educate the whole family." It was established with the aim of providing education to the underprivileged women students. The mission of the institution is to achieve gender parity through women education and thereby creating a society in which the women become respectable, self-reliant and self-sufficient.
In September 2008, Save Family Foundation sent a complaint against a Kitply plywood commercial to the Advertising Standards Council of India. The ad showed a wife slapping her husband on her wedding day because of a creaking bed. The complaint alleged that the ad promoted violence against men by portraying it as funny. In the same month, Chennai-based organisation "Indiya Kudumba Pathukappu Iyaakam", complained against a Pond's ad which portrayed men as wife-beaters and an ICICI Prudential Insurance commercial which allegedly portrayed verbal and economical abuse against men.
According to the legend, a group of cow-herders got a coconut from this place. They found a stone on the southern part of Bhoothakulam. When they hit the coconut on the stone (intending to remove the husk), they found drops of blood dripping from the stone. They explained the phenomena to the elders. The astrologer suggested that the stone contained supernatural powers and poojas should be started immediately after constructing a temple. The elders and cow-herders constructed a temporary temple using poles, leaves and tender leaves of coconut palm. It was a custom in ancient days that balikas used to prepare flower garlands, lit the pooja lamps in ancient Kudumba temples. Accepting this tradition, the cow-herders wearing female attire, offered poojas in the temple. The milky liquid prepared from coconut kernel was boiled, the medicinal oil (Urukku Velichenna) extracted and solid substance taken (Kottan) was offered to the goddess as Naivedyam.
Akbar Kakkattil turned to creative writing at the age of fourteen by publishing short stories in a regular column for children in the leading Malayalam weekly "Mathrubhumi". He got published his first story "Pothichoru" in 1969 through the weekly. He maintained his connection with G. Sankara Kurup, Thakazhi and Basheer. He has a collection of works to his credit that comprises 54 books. They include four novels, seven collections of novelettes, twenty-seven anthologies of short stories, six collections of essays, memoirs, a play and a volume of critical essays and interviews with the leading writers of Malayalam. He has received the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award twice. The first ever award in humour section in 1992 for his School Diary- an anthology of short essays and in the year 2004, 'Vadakkuninnoru Kudumba Vrithantham' was awarded as the best novel. He has also been honoured twice by the State Government – in the year 1998, his work 'Sthrynam' was awarded with the Joseph Mundassery Award for the best Novel. The Television Award for the best story writer ( School Diary – Doordarsan serial) for the year 2002 also went to him.