Synonyms for manushya or Related words with manushya

jeevana              mangalya              hrudaya              rahasyam              thayi              kutumbam              kapuram              nooru              bangaarada              bhaktha              gejje              geetham              kanasu              devara              mazha              makkalu              kadha              bangarada              bandham              iniyum              kaaval              ninnu              bharatham              devaru              naanu              raktha              hoovu              thedi              mitrulu              kudumba              kondu              adavi              thaai              paattu              varam              yudham              premada              rojulu              kurukshetram              njan              manchi              ulagam              ponnu              pooje              dongalu              vendum              iddaru              kaadu              jeevitha              veerudu             



Examples of "manushya"
Manushya-rupi bhagavan brahmana-kayam asthaya kayavatarane avatirna iti |
"Anuraga Aralithu", Guri", "Ondhu Muthina Kathe", "Shruthi Seridaga", "Shiva Mechchida Kannappa", "Devatha Manushya", Parashuram", "Jeevana Chaitra", "Akasmika", "Odahuttidavaru", and "Shabdavedi".
He has worked as an associate in many great movies like Bangaarada Manushya, Bhaktha Khumbara, BabruVaahana, Naa Ninna Marayalaare, Mayor Muthanna etc.
K.N. Salunke, a novelist and poet who writes in Kannada, is from Gunadal. His works have been made into films such as "Devata Manushya" (1988) starring Dr. Rajkumar.
Manushya Puthiran born as the second of four children on 15 March 1968, in Thuvarankurichi, Tiruchirappalli District. He started his schooling at the age of 7 and he describes his early life:
Siddalingaiah directed "Mayor Muthanna" in 1969 starring Rajkumar, Bharathi and Dwarakish in his film debut. He cast the same lead pair in "Baalu Belagithu", "Namma Samsara", "Thayi Devaru" and "Bangaarada Manushya".
This film was shot in Kalasapura village, near Chikmagalur town. Siddalingaiah had particular attachment with this location. His other landmark movie Bangarada Manushya was also shot (partly) in the same village.
Eastman Color was introduced to Kannada Cinema through Kannada Cinema's first full length color film Amarashilpi Jakanachari in year 1964. In the 1970s, films such like Bangarada Manushya, Eradu Kanasu, Shree Krishna Devaraaya, Sampathige Savaal etc. was shot in "Eastmancolour".
A.N. Prahlada Rao is the author of a book named "Bangarada Manushya", the chronicle of Rajkumar, a popular Kannada film actor. The book Bangarada Manushya surmises the achievements of Rajkumar both on and off the screen. The book closely examines Rajkumar’s films, dividing them into those that dealt with mythology, on novels and the social dramas. It also explores his role of a singing star, and includes photographs from his films and other achievements. This book is a referral volume on Kannada film industry, for it is rich in details of the growth and evolution of the Kannada Film Industry. The book released at Washington D.C, New Jercy and also at Kuwite.
In Indian religions according to Vedas and Bhagavad Gita, Yoni is a form of life or a species. There are 8.4 million yonis total with Manushya Yoni (Human form/human species) as one of them. A human (manushya yoni) is obtained on the basis of good karma (deeds) before which a human goes through various forms of yonis (for example, insect, fish, deer, monkey, etc.). Bad karmas will lead one to be born in rakshasa yoni (evil form). The births and rebirths (the cycle of life) of a human happen in various yonis. A human who achieves the enlightenment (Mokshya) breaks the cycle of reincarnation and adjoins Brahma.
Manushya Mrugam is a 1980 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Baby and produced by Thiruppathi Chettiyar. The film stars Jayan(double role), Jagathy Sreekumar, Kaviyoor Ponnamma and Jose Prakash in lead roles. The film had musical score by KJ Joy. The movie collected well .
The film was artistically directed by "Bangarada Manushya" fame Siddalingaiah. D. V. Rajaram won accolades for the fantastic cinematography, which is considered one of his lifetime bests. The cinematography and the acting skills of the lead characters remains the most positive point of the movie in addition to a strong and touching storyline.
He has several novels to his credit, including "Bangarada Manushya", "Maralu Sarapani", "Varna Chakra", "Payanada kone", "Paschinmada Betta", "Kahale Bande", "Manninadoni", "Shodha", "Trikonada Mane", "Golada Melondu Suttu", and "Kempu mannu". Most of his novels are detective novels. He was the first novelist in Karnataka to write thrillers. He has won several awards from the Kannada Sahitya Academy and Madras Sahitya Academy.
In early Buddhist traditions, "Saṃsāra" cosmology consisted of five realms through which the wheel of existence cycled. This included hells ("niraya"), hungry ghosts ("pretas"), animals ("tiryak"), humans ("manushya"), and gods ("devas", heavenly). In latter Buddhist traditions, this list grew to a list of six realms of rebirth, adding demi-gods ("asuras").
Kapha is believed to have fostered Panchshikha on her milk and thus emerged the Samkhya Philosophy. In the "Vedic Tarpana Viddhi", the method of offering water, Panchashikha is revered in the process of "Manushya tarpana", offering water to Original Men, in the mantra which reads:
S. Siddalingaiah (1936 – 12 March 2015) was an Indian film director and writer in the Kannada film industry. He made his directorial debut in 1969 with "Mayor Muthanna". He directed films including "Bangaarada Manushya" (1972) and "Bhootayyana Maga Ayyu" (1974). He frequently starred actor Rajkumar.
Bangara s/o Bangarada Manushya () is an upcoming Indian drama Kannada film directed by Yogi G. Raj and produced by Jayanna and Bhogendra under Jayanna Combines. It features Shiva Rajkumar and Vidya Pradeep, making her debut in Kannada films, in the lead roles. Whilst the soundtrack and score is by V. Harikrishna, the cinematography is by Jai Anand.
Her first Kannada film was the 1966 romantic comedy "Love in Bangalore". She was critically acclaimed for her roles in Kannada movies like "Sandhya Raga", "Runa Mukthalu", "Avalukendru Oru Manam", "Bangaaradha Manushya", "Doorada Betta", "Gandondu Hennaru", "Bangarada Jinke", "Bhagya Jyothi" and the Kannada Doordarshan serial "Janani".
He got his first break in Kannada films as a supporting role opposite Rajkumar in "Sipayi Ramu"; besides, he acted in almost 25 Kannada films, like Bangaaradha Manushya, "Haalu Jenu", "Chelisuva Modagalu", "Shabdavedi", and more. He also acted in other movies like Ranganayaki and Katha Sangama. He acted as the hero opposite Kalpana in "Kesarina Kamala".
His 9 novels have been made into 9 Kannada movies. Out of this, 8 movies have even retained the titles of novels namely Bangaarada Manushya, Maralu Sarapani , Mannina Doni , Mooru Janma , Sedina Hakki , Seelu Nakshatra, Himapatha and Varna Chakra. Another Kannada movie Appa Nanjappa Maga Gunjappa was based on his novel Haavillada Hutta.