Synonyms for maaligai or Related words with maaligai


Examples of "maaligai"
The office of Dindugal district collector is named after as "Thiagi Subramania Siva Maaligai" after him. Bathlagundu bus stand is named after Siva. A memorial has been established at Papparapatti near Pennagaram in Dharmapuri district.
Film historian Randor Guy praised "Kannaadi Maaligai" for its storyline, the cast performances and the cinematography, but noted that it was not successful as it was expected to be. The film's Telugu-dubbed version "Addala Meda" was not successful.
Nachiyar Koil is one of the few "Divyadesams" where the goddess has prominence over Vishnu. Some of the other temples where the such female dominance are observed are Andal Temple at Srivilliputhur, Azhagiya Manavala Perumal Temple at Woraiyur and Pundarikakshan Perumal Temple in Thiruvellarai. While Srivilliputhur is called Nachiyar Thiru Maaligai, Thirunaraiyur is called Nachiyar Koil.
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.
Namakkal Kavingyar Maaligai is a 11-storied building at the Fort St. George campus in Chennai, India, serving as the power centre of state secretariat of Tamil Nadu. It is the only skyscraper built within the Fort campus. As of 2014, there were about 6,000 staff at the secretariat.
The hotel was built by Macnur Hospitality Limited, 75 percent of whose equity is held by the M A Chidambaram group, in March 1999 at a cost of 340 million. In 2001, the hotel was renamed as "Radisson GRT" after it was bought by the city-based GR Thanga Maaligai.
Namakkal Kavingyar Maaligai is a 10-storeyed building at the campus and is the power centre of state secretariat. It houses offices of the secretaries and departments. Between 2012 and 2014, the building was renovated at a cost of  28 crore, with additional facilities like centralised air-conditioning and new electrical wiring system.
The entire complex is administered by the Department of Defence. The fort building is a three-storeyed one housing the offices of the chief minister and other ministers, the chief secretary, home ministry, treasury, etc. The remaining offices are housed in the 10-storeyed Namakkal Kavingyar Maaligai, which houses more than 30 departments.
Kannadi Maaligai () is a 1962 Indian Tamil-language action film directed by Sami-Mahesh and produced by T. R. Radharani under Rani Productions. Radharani also stars as the female lead along with M. R. Radha, S. A. Ashokan, Chittor V. Nagaiah, S. D. Subbulakshmi and A. K. Mohan.
The Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (PCCF) is the head of the Tamil Nadu Forest Department. The Chief Wildlife Warden, five Additional Principal Chief Conservators of Forests and eight Chief Conservator of Forests function under the PCCF in the head office at "Panagal Maaligai" (pictured), Saidapet, Chennai. All the Chief Conservators of Forests are assisted by the Conservators of Forests and Deputy Conservator of Forests who have regional and specialised responsibilities.
Sridevi started her career as a child actor at the age of four in Tamil movie Thunaivan playing the role of young Lord Muruga and acted in many Tamil and Telugu movies from then on. Baby Sridevi’s performance in Poompatta (1971) in Malayalam won her the Kerala State Film Award for Best Child Artist. Kandan Karunai (1967); Nam Naadu (1969); Prarthanai (1970) Babu (1971); Vasantha Maaligai (1972) are the most notable films of her career as a child artist. In 1975, Sridevi debuted in Bollywood with "Julie", where she played younger sister to the protagonist Lakshmi.
This area has many heritage and modern buildings on Rajaji salai and NSC Bose Road. Heritage buildings include High Court Buildings, Old lighthouse tower and Law college building at Parry's Corner and GPO building and Reserve Bank of India Building on Rajaji Salai. Other modern buildings are Parry's Dare House, State Bank of Mysore Building, New Collectorate Office Building (Singaravelar Maaligai), Kuralagam, and BSNL office buildings. Raja Annamalai Mandram is a big hall where indoor meetings, cultural activities and dramas are held. In addition, there are lot of buildings owned by business community and government.
Parantaka Chola II (son of Arinjaya, also known popularly as Sundara Chola as he was exotically handsome and ruled the kingdom particularly well), though later fell fatally ill as his legs were paralysed. He was the proud father of Rajaraja Cholan, Aditya karikala Cholan and Kundavai. Aditya II was the elder son of Parantaka II and was the heir apparent of the Chola dynasty after Paranthaka II. But before he could ascend the throne, he was taken by death due to the treachery. He is killed in kadambur Melakadambur sambuvarayar maaligai.
The fort was built by the British rulers in 1640. After Independence, the entire complex was taken over by the Department of Defense. The state secretariat started functioning in the fort complex. The fort building is a three-storied one housing the offices of the chief minister and other ministers, the chief secretary, home ministry, treasury, etc. To accommodate the remaining offices, the then ruling DMK government planned to build a 10-storied building adjacent to the fort building. The building was built in 1975 and was named Namakkal Kavingyar Maaligai, which accommodates more than 30 departments and conference halls.
Queen Mary's College () is a government-run college in Chennai, India. Started in 1914, it is the first women’s college in the city and is one among the first three colleges for women in the country. Originally the residence of Lt Col Francis Capper in the mid-19th century, the building later housed a hotel before becoming a college in 1914. Known as the Capper House, the building was preserved as a heritage building. The building was later demolished to construct a new administrative office for the college known as the Kalaignar Maaligai, which was inaugurated in July 2010.
The Chennai Corporation has plans to develop a park over the Chennai Central Metro station. Chennai Metro Rail Limited has agreed to a proposal by the Chennai Corporation of extending the Ripon Buildings Park over the Chennai Central underground metro station. Waterproof structures will be created over the station to facilitate the creation of the park. A portion of the park, which will cover more than six acres of the premises of Ripon Buildings and Victoria Public Hall, will be developed on a waterproof concrete slab area, measuring 210 metres by 10 metres. Visitors to the Ripon Buildings Park, Amma Maaligai and Victoria Public Hall will have access to the Central metro station through some of its seven entry points.
An annexe building is located to the rear of the main building, which was renamed 'Amma Maaligai' in August 2014. All departments of the Chennai Corporation, except the offices of the Mayor and Commissioner, function from the annexe building. The offices of the Mayor and the Commissioner offices are in the main building. The annexe building was constructed at a cost of 230 million and has a built-up area of 150,000 sq. ft. and a parking space for 50 cars and 150 motorcycles. The building, built with aspects of a green building, could accommodate about 1,000 officials. The building also features a 500-seat auditorium, a 100-seat conference hall and 70 toilets with facilities for disabled people. The building has been able to reduce energy consumption by 20 percent by means of a water-cooled air-conditioning system and heat-reflective tiles on the roof which were Manufactured by JAPEVA ENGINEERING PVT LTD, Chennai. The building has been designed in a post-modern style, with some elements of traditional architecture. Some design elements would suit the colonial-style architecture of the Ripon Buildings.