Synonyms for manasam or Related words with manasam

virunnukari              pambaram              bandhangal              ikkareyanente              illatha              nanmakal              kalikkalam              cheppu              puthri              iniyum              pennu              swanthamevide              pakshe              makkalum              santhushtaranu              thumbolarcha              ponmuttayidunna              sookshikkuka              iruvattam              kamaladalam              nirangal              manathe              puthran              snehamulla              adimakal              manthram              kannukal              kilukil              swargathil              chukkan              kunjikannan              unnikal              koottukudumbam              kudumba              tharavu              vilikkunnu              rajakkanmar              pootha              manavaatti              devanarayanan              manavatti              swapnangal              megham              pillalu              kathreena              vandanam              nimishangal              ellarum              aromalunni              ullasa             

Examples of "manasam"
The 1992 Malayalam film "Soorya Manasam" directed by Viji Thampi is also based on the novel.
Manasam is a 1997 Indian Malayalam film directed by CS Sudheesh and starring Dileep and Srividya in the lead roles.
Surendran was a serial director before 2008. In 2004 he received the Best Telefilm Award for his "Manasam" (Asianet) at the Kaveri Film Critics Television Awards. He is known for directing the television serials "Manasam", "Megham", "Alippazham", "Mandharam", "Dhaya", and "Ammakkay".
The series has been remade into Telugu language as "Amma" broadcast on Gemini TV, and Malayalam language as Amma Manasam broadcast on Surya TV.
The series has been remade into Telugu language as Amma broadcast on Gemini TV and Malayalam language as Amma Manasam broadcast on Surya TV.
"Latti" was dubbed in Hindi as "SUNDARA KANDA", in Tamil as "DAWOOD IBRAHIM", in Malayalam as "VAANAME ELLAI" and in Kannada as "SOORYA MANASAM".
Ikkareyanente Manasam is a 1997 Indian Malayalam film, directed by K. K. Haridas. The film stars Prem Kumar, Mohini, Jagathy Sreekumar and Kalabhavan Mani in lead roles. The film had musical score by S. P. Venkatesh.
Soorya Manasam is a 1992 critically acclaimed Malayalam movie by Viji Thampi starring Mammootty in the title role. The plot is inspired by the 1937 American novel "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck. Mammootty played the role of the slow-witted Putturumees, one of the most acclaimed characters in his career. Raghuvaran played the villain, the estate manager at Urumees' workplace.
He is known for his playback singing contributions to the Telugu film industry with compilations for hit films like "Annamayya". He has composed music for Hindi films such as "Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin" (1996), "Sur – The Melody of Life", "Zakhm", "Saaya", "Jism", "Criminal", "Rog" and "Paheli". In Malayalam, he has scored for films like "Neelagiri" (1991), "Soorya Manasam" (1992) and "Devaraagam" (1996). He has composed for over 220 films in various Indian languages.
During a professional screenwriting career spanning over 2 decades, John has written about 30 filmed screenplays. To name a few of his very successful films are: "Gunaa", "Vyooham", "Gandhari", "Soorya Manasam", "Highway", "Sillunu Oru Kaadhal", "Mayilpeelikkavu", "Priyam", "Kuruthipunal" and "Chanakyan". "Gunaa" starring Kamal Haasan is about a mentally affected person's unadulterated love for a fictitious character named Abirami. The film was not only successful commercially, but also had an excellent blend of Kamal's acting, Ilayaraja's music and John's screenplay. It surely became a milestone project for everyone involved.
The Upanishad describes its axiology, describing the highest principles of human endeavor to be "satyam" (truth), "tapas" (penance), "dama" (temperance, self restraints), "sama" (quietude, stillness of the forest), "danam" (charity), "dharmam" (duty), "prajanam" (having children), "agnihotram" (sacred domestic fire), "yajna" (fire ritual), "manasam" (mind's contemplation), "nyasa" (renunciation, sannyasa). It then declares renunciation as the exquisite among these, possibly because this text is followed by the Sannyasa Upanishads in the Atharvaveda. The discussion of human virtues and value systems is carried in two parts of the Upanishad, once in chapter 8 and then again in chapters 62 and 63, but explained with different details.
Vinodhini began her acting career as a child artist, appearing in films including "Manal Kayiru", "Puthiya Sagaptham" and "Mannukkul Vairam", before going on to enact lead roles in Tamil films. In 1992, she was directed by Balu Mahendra in "Vanna Vanna Pookkal". Although the film was critically as well as commercially successful—it won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil and completed a 100-days run in theatres—it failed to propel Vinodhini's career. That year, she debuted in Malayalam cinema with "Soorya Manasam" and the Kannada film industry with "Chaitrada Premanjali", where she took on the stage name Shwetha. Both films were successes. After appearing in several Tamil films, including Balu Mahendra's "Marupadiyum", Visu's "Pattukottai Periyappa", Rama Narayanan's "Vaanga Partner Vaanga", and two K. S. Ravikumar films, "Suriyan Chandiran" and "Muthukulikka Vaariyala", most of them featuring her in secondary characters, she shifted her focus to Kannada films by the mid-1990s, where she continued to play lead roles. Her work in Tamil films in the late 90s was limited to minor supporting roles and guest appearances. Films in she made brief appearances include Praveen Gandhi's action film "Ratchagan", Sundar C.'s comedy flick "Unakkaga Ellam Unakkaga" and N. Mathrubootham's "Puthira Punithama".