Synonyms for ninnu or Related words with ninnu

ninne              vendum              thedi              geetham              manchi              kutumbam              kaattu              gejje              kanasu              thaai              mazha              swapnam              iniyum              gaanam              neeye              njaan              chinnari              kaaval              ulagam              njan              ennai              ponnu              pennum              kapuram              chuvanna              kadha              rojulu              mozhi              jeevitham              koduku              naanu              bhale              ullam              pudhiya              mounam              hrudaya              paattu              illai              poovum              neeku              jeevana              manasu              paravai              muthal              nooru              ondu              rahasyam              kondu              thalattu              vayasu             



Examples of "ninnu"
Novels: "Professor", "Konthayil Ninnu Kurissilekku", "Parappurathu Vithacha Vithu".
In 2014 she sang an Ayyappa devotional song, "Muttath ninnu Chirikkum", which garnered 1.5 lakh hits in YouTube.
The E-ninnu (House of 50) was the E (temple) to Ningirsu in Lagash. It was constructed by King Gudea of Lagash in the mid 22nd century BC. The Gudea cylinders, perhaps the longest surviving text written in the Sumerian language, give an mythical account of the building of the temple, along with a description of the rituals and symbols associated with E-ninnu.
Engeyum Kadhal is dubbed into Telugu as Ninnu Choosthe Love Vasthundi (2012). All Lyrics are written by Vanamali, except "Bathing at Cannes".
The modern name for the myth contained on both cylinders is "The building of Ningirsu's temple". Ningirsu was associated with the yearly spring rains, a force essential to early irrigation agriculture. Thorkild Jacobsen describes the temple as an intensely sacred place and a visual assurance of the presence of the god in the community, suggesting the structure was "in a mystical sense, one with him." The element "Ninnu" in the name of the temple "E-Ninnu" is a name of Ningirsu with the full form of its name, "E-Ninnu-Imdugud-babbara" meaning "house Ninnu, the flashing thunderbird". It is directly referred to as thunderbird in Gudea's second dream and in his blessing of it.
In 2003, he won the Nandi Award for Best Villain for the film "Nenu Ninnu Premistunnanu". In 2008 he won a Nandi Award for Best Character Actor for the film "Chandamama".
Mohabbat is a 1985 Indian Bollywood film directed by Bapu. It stars Anil Kapoor and Vijeta Pandit in pivotal roles. It's a remake of 1982 Tamil movie Thooral Ninnu Pochchu.
The soundtrack features 6 songs composed by Debojyoti Mishra with lyrics penned by Vayalar Sarathchandra Varma and Debjyoti Misra himself. All the songs were above average. The song "Engu Ninnu Vanna" sung by Chithra was a hit.
Odayil Ninnu or Odeyil Ninnu is a 1965 Malayalam film directed by K. S. Sethumadhavan based on the novel of the same name written by P. Kesavadev. Dev himself penned the script for the film. The film deals with the life and struggles of a rickshaw puller. It stars Sathyan, Prem Nazir, K. R. Vijaya and Kaviyoor Ponnamma in the lead roles with Master Dasarath playing the younger version of the protagonist.Suresh Gopi, who was only six years old, appeared in a blink-and-you-miss-role as the feudal lord's timid son, who also becomes the root cause for the protagonist running away from home.
Yuvajanotsavam is a 1986 Indian Malayalam romantic comedy film written, directed, and produced by Shrikumaran Thampi. It stars Mohanlal, Urvashi, and Menaka. The film mark the return of Suresh Gopi, who started his career as a child artist in "Odayil Ninnu" (1965).
Babu is a 1971 Indian Tamil film, directed by A. C. Trilogchander. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Sowcar Janaki and Vennira Aadai Nirmala in lead roles. The film had musical score by M. S. Viswanathan. The film was a remake of Malayalam film "Odayil Ninnu", which itself was based on Malayalam writer Kesavadev's novel of the same name.
The audio launch function of the Tamil version was held on December 13, 2012 at 4 Frames Theatre in Chennai. Singer Devan Ekambaram, Lyricist Arivumathi, Viveka, Jayamurasu, Yugabharathi, Arun Bharathi graced the event. The song "Chilipiga" was re used in the 2011 film "Engeyum Kadhal" by Harris Jayaraj, which again was dubbed later into Telugu as "Ninnu Choosthe Love Vasthundi".
In 2007, Balakrishna, C. Cheluvaraju and Ranganatha Chakravarthi performed together to record six songs for the album Veena Wonders Volume 1, released by Vara Enterprises. The 64-minute album included six tracks: Varna in Kedara Rāga, Raama Ninnu in Anandabhairavi, Swarajatthi in Shankarabharana, Thillana in Kanada, Thillana in Kamach and Thillana in Junjooty.
"Odayil Ninnu", "Nadhi", "Bhrandalayam", "Ayalkar" (Central Academi Award winning novel), "Ethirppu" (autobiography) and "Oru Sundariyude Athmakadha" are some among his 128 literary works. Kesavadev along with Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai and Vaikom Muhammad Basheer are considered the exponents of progressive Malayalam Literature.
Thooral Ninnu Pochu is a 1982 Tamil movie, written and directed by K. Bhagyaraj. The lead roles are performed by K. Bhagyaraj and Sulakshana. Actor M. N. Nambiar appeared in the movie. The musical director is Ilaiyaraaja. The film was remade in Telugu as "Pelli Choopulu" in 1983, 2 August.
Deepa started her film career in 2009, her debut film "Ninnu Kalisaka". In 2010, she acted in "Yuddham Sei". She was cast in the role of Thamizh. She had a very serious role as a trainee cop in "Yuddham Sei". The film was released on 4 February 2011.
The term temen appearing frequently after É in names of ziggurats is translated as "foundation pegs", apparently the first step in the construction process of a house; compare, for example, verses 551–561 of the account of the construction of E-ninnu:
Soft romantic songs like "Indha Minminikku" ("Sigappu Rojakkal"), "Vaan Megangalay" ("Pudhiya Varpugal"), "Malargale Nadha Swarangal" ("Kizhake Pogum Rayil"), "Malargalilay Aaraadhanai" ("Karumbu Vil"), "Kodai Kaala Kaatray" ("Panneer Pushpangal"), "Poove Ilaya Poove" ("Kozhi Koovuthu"), "Thangachangili Minnum Painkili" ("Thooral Ninnu Pochchu"), etc. must be some of the timeless favourites of Tamil film music lovers.
Kesava Dev emerged as one of the makers of modern Malayalam fiction. He can be referred to as the first writer to usher in the Renaissance in Malayalam literature, by writing the novel "Odayil Ninnu" ("From the Gutter"; 1942) with a rickshaw puller as its hero. Dev was in the forefront among the writers who employed new norms in the content and characterisation in Malayalam fiction. "Odayil Ninnu" came as a shocking revelation that a finest piece of literature can be produced with commonplace themes and unconventional style of prose with ordinary mortals as heroes and heroines. Apart from the fact that the appearance of rickshaw puller was a thrilling experience at that time, the author blazed a new trial in Malayalam literature and many writers followed suit.
Odayil Ninnu (From the Gutter) is a Malayalam novel written by P. Kesavadev in 1942. The protagonist of the novel is a rickshaw-puller named Pappu. The novel is one of the best known works of Kesavadev. Dev was in the forefront among the writers who employed new norms in the content and characterization in Malayalam fiction. "Odayil Ninnu" came as a shocking revelation that a finest piece of literature can be produced with commonplace themes and unconventional style of prose with ordinary mortals as heroes and heroines. Apart from the fact that the appearance of rickshaw puller was a thrilling experience at that time, the author blazed a new trail in Malayalam literature. With the appearance of the novel in 1942 began the publication of a series of high quality novels in Malayalam.