Synonyms for kunguma or Related words with kunguma

kaattu              paravaigal              poovum              thaai              kaaval              geetham              iniyum              konjum              njaan              ithu              thedi              vandha              puthu              raasa              vendum              kizhakku              varusham              marumagal              rendum              theerpu              swapnam              thalattu              gaanam              ponnu              koottam              neeye              thottu              pennin              velai              paadum              kaalamellam              pennum              mounam              meendum              mookkuthi              raavukal              kavalai              adimaigal              poguthae              bandham              kalyaanam              deivam              kaatru              ullasa              vaazha              bandhangal              vazhga              paravai              mattum              ennai             

Examples of "kunguma"
"Kunguma Poovey Konjum Puraavey", becoming a hit — the song is popular even after half a century.
Kunguma Chimil (English:"A saffron kit") is a 1985 Tamil film starring Mohan, Ilavarasi and Revathi in lead.
Kunguma Kodu is a 1988 Tamil Indian feature film directed by V.Azhagappan. The film stars Mohan, Nalini, Suresh and Ramya Krishnan in the lead roles.
"Kunguma Khalasam" is conducted on the first Sunday of every month, as per Malayalam calendar. This special Vazipadu (offering) is for people who wish to have children, wealth and prosperity, improve their health or other desires.
Kunguma Pottu Gounder is a 2001 Tamil drama film directed by G. Saisuresh and produced by Vishnuram under Ganga Gowri Productions.The film stars Sathyaraj, Rambha in lead roles with Kausalya, Karan, Mouli and Goundamani in supporting roles.
The film's soundtrack is composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja, who had also scored the music for Rajmohan's previous film "Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum". The album features six tracks and is released on 5 May 2014 at Sathyam Cinemas, Chennai.
Providing food for temple attendees on special days is regarded as quite benevolent. Prasadam Oottu is available on Prathishta (Consecration) days, day of Kunguma Kalasam, Bhagavatha Sapthaham days and 10-day annual ceremony. These are sponsored by the Devaswom. Devotees can contribute through remittance at the temple counter. Now there is a Prasadam Oottu on all Fridays.
Goripalayam is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language drama film written and directed by "Mayandi Kudumbathar" fame Rasu Madhuravan. The film stars Vikranth, Harish, Ramakrishnan of "Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum" fame, Manivannan's son Raghuvannan and Poongodi in lead roles. The film released on 7 May 2010 to Moderate responses.
Chicuacuala District is bordered to the north by the Massangena District, to the east by Chigubo District, to the southwest by Mabalane District, to the south by Massingir District, to the southwest by South Africa, and to the northwest by Zimbabwe. It is home to several villages along the Limpopo River including Dumela, Mbuzi, Kunguma, Mawene, Xicumba, Xicumbane, Ngala, Panhame, Mabuzane, and Xitshutswini.
Ilayaraja later adapted "Maanguyile" as "Endhirayyo" for the Telugu film "Shiva Shankar" (2004). The song "Nandhavanathil Oru" was adapted by Yuvan Shankar Raja as "Muttathu Pakkathile" in "Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum" (2009). The song "Ooru Vittu Ooru Vandhu" was remixed by Natarajan Shankaran in "Kappal" (2014).
It is said by Lingappa himself that there are at least two songs that he composed, but came to be used by other music directors. One is "Kunguma Poove" which J. P. Chandrababu learnt under Lingappa and sang for S. M. Subbaiah Naidu in "Maragatham" (1959). The other is the song "Putham Puthu Meni" by Balamurali Krishna and P. Susheela in "Subathinam".
Military is a 2003 Indian Tamil film, directed by G. Sai Suresh, who earlier directed "Kunguma Pottu Gounder". The film stars Sathyaraj and Rambha in lead roles. The film, produced by "Metti Oli" S. Siddiq, had musical score by Deva and was released on 28 February 2003. The film is a remake of Malayalam film "Hitler".
Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum is a 2009 Indian Tamil drama film, directed by debutante Rajamohan, who earlier worked under renowned directors like A. Venkatesh and S. D. Vijay Milton, which stars newcomers Ramakrishnan and Thananya in lead roles. It is produced by SPB Charan under his banner Capital Film Works and has musical score by acclaimed music director Yuvan Shankar Raja. The film released on 24 April 2009 to Good responses.
In August 2007, following the success of his film "Chennai 600028" (2007), speculation over S. P. B. Charan's next production venture arose. While initial reports suggested that he would produce "Achchamundu! Achchamundu!", starring Sneha and Prasanna, Charan opted to produce a film titled "Aaranya Kaandam", to be directed by a newcomer Thiagarajan Kumararaja and starring newcomers. However, despite announcing the project, it was called off later that year and Charan started producing the film "Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum" in May 2008.
There are many temple, mosque, church in and around Madathukulam. Some of the temples are Sri AlaguNachiAmman Temple (at Karatholuvu), Sri Ramalinga Sowdeswari Amman Temple (at Narashingapuram), Sri Karuppannaswamy temple, Sri Ganapathy temple, Sri Sowdambika temple, Sri Mariamman temple (at a nearby place called "Kazhukarai"), Sri Lakshmi Narayana Perumal temple (at Chozhamaadevi), Sri Kulasekara Peruman (Lord Siva temple with Kunguma Valli ambal at Chozhamaadevi), Sri Idaicheeswari Amman temple (at Midapadi).
The film was produced by S. Rajaram, a theatre owner and film distributor under his production house Mala Cine Combines. He signed on P. Vasu to write and direct the comedy film, with the director collaborating with Sathyaraj again after several previous successful ventures. Scenes which showed the characters in a house were filmed in a bungalow at Neelankarai, Chennai. Sathyaraj worked on "Asathal" alongside two other ventures "Kunguma Pottu Gounder" and the later-shelved "Mr. Narathar".
Initially under the name Ranjith Kumar, Nambirajan made several low-budget films in the 1980s. "Udhayamagirathu" (1981), "Manjal Nila" (1982), "Kunguma Pottu" (1982), "Anbe Odi Vaa" (1984) and "Ungalil Oruvan" (1985) were made in quick succession. He changed his name to and Nambirajan made "Nila" (1994) featuring Jayaram in the lead role, before working with Vijay in "Chandralekha" (1995). In the late 1990s, he launched two films where he was set to be director and actor, "Getti Maellam" alongside Kushboo and then "Rukkumani" opposite Sri Kanya. Neither film was released, despite the former having an audio launch.
Nearly one year after the stupendous success of his film "Chennai 600028", in May 2008, SPB Charan decided to produce his next film. He then got to meet Rajamohan, as erstwhile assistant, who worked under prominent directors like A. Venkatesh and Rajakumaran, who told him the story of his film, which he titled as "Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum", impressed of which, Charan decided to produce that film. Rajamohan became a director, since he wanted to fulfill the wish of his brother, who wanted to become a director, but died in an accident, before his wish was satisfied.
His contribution is invaluable. Not only he is a composer, but also very good conductor, orchestrator, and what not. He is considered as O. P. Nayyar of South India. His tunes were very catchy and his songs instant hits. He has made J. P. Chandrababu a great singer in the song "Kunguma Poove Konjum Puraave". He would leave no stone unturned to bring the best of his singers. Till date, the best of S. Janaki is "Singaara Velane Deva" which was composed by him. He innovated the concept of voice with Nadaswaram.
Sulile Kumar (also credited as Tarun Shatriya) is an Indian film actor who has appeared in Tamil and Kannads language films. He made his debut in a supporting role in Tarun Gopi's "Kaalai" (2008), before going on to play the antagonist in films including "Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puravum" (2009) and "Aanmai Thavarael" (2011) and the lead role in "Padam Parthu Kaadhal Sol" (2012). Kumar went on to play more villains, such as in "Nagaram" (2010), "Markandeyan" (2011), "Muppozhudhum Un Karpanaigal" (2012) and many more, before playing the lead role in the romance action drama "Padam Parthu Kaadhal Sol" (2012). The film had a limited release.