Synonyms for paadam or Related words with paadam

iniyum              geetham              njaan              njan              puthu              paadum              muthassi              thedi              innale              kudumba              kaattu              ponnu              paattu              raavukal              paravaigal              thaai              kaathirunna              kamaladalam              pennum              thalattu              vendum              theeratha              swapnam              nanmakal              raasa              muthal              varavu              vaazha              vandha              kadha              kondu              onnu              koodi              kunguma              marikkumo              ninakku              swapnangal              thilakam              kurukkante              poocha              theerpu              kaliyugam              ninne              pareeksha              puthri              abhayam              gaanam              manathe              mazha              vandanam             

Examples of "paadam"
'Chandas' is constructed based on the number of 'aksharaas' (syllables) in each line (also called paadam) of a poem.
Meters of the same length are distinguished by the pattern of laghuvu ("light") and guruvu ("heavy") syllables in the "paadam".
He has also given music for a few films like "Uyir" (old Tamil film), "Padikkatha Paadam" and "Yaaga Saalai".
Saamoohya Paadam is a 1996 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Kareem and produced by T. K. Surendran and Pradeep Chembakassery. The film stars Sukumari, Dileep, Kalabhavan Mani and Prem Kumar in lead roles. The film had musical score by S. P. Venkatesh.
The Veerabhadra temple of Lepakshi, which was built by the brothers Viranna and Virupanna, is dedicated to Veerabhadra. It is an example of the Vijayanagara architectural style. Points of interest in the temple include a rock chain, Vastu Purusha, the Padmini race lady, the hanging pillar, Durga Paadam, the eyes of Viroopaakshanna and Lepakshi saree designs. The paintings on the roof are made with natural pigments. Another interesting aspect of this temple is that it is North facing.
Balachandran is best known for the play "Paavam Usman" for which he won the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award and Kerala Professional Nataka Award in the year 1989. He has scripted many films including "Ulladakkam" (1991), "Pavithram" (1994), "Punaradhivasam" (2000), and "Kammatti Paadam" (2016). His directorial debut is "Ivan Megharoopan" (2012). He has also acted in a few films, the most notable being "Trivandrum Lodge" (2012).
As a playback singer his first song was 'Mamboo Paadam..', from the movie "Orkkuka Vallappozhum". Set to a tune by M Jayachandran, this song earned him a 'Radio Mirchi Music Award' Nomination for the 'Best Upcoming Singer' in 2009. In 2010, he sang for the Mammootty movie Best Actor wherein he wrote the rap lyrics as well. The album won a 'Radio Mirchi Music Award' that year.
The remaining arrogant four assume that Joseph commit suicide, but things don't go well for long. Sudeep investigates about everyone from a notorious college doctor Munthiri Paadam alias Shine Raj(Suraj Venjaramoodu)and gathers facts. He comes to know about Rohit, and that he never really was a student or house surgeon at the colleges he claimed to be from. Sudeep now starts investigating about the missing Ananthu/ Rohit, worsening tension for the four scoundrels. On the pretext of consoling Joe's parents,they arrive at his house and secretly take the video tape, which Sathish keeps.
LTV launched a competition in order to find the logo for the contest. At the close of the competition, high interest from the public translated into 204 logo submissions, which were ultimately judged by a jury panel consisting of Uldis-Ivars Grava (general director of LTV), Arvīds Babris (then executive producer of the contest), Ugis Brikmanis (director), Laimonis Šteinbergs (artist), Ingūna Rībena (architect), Arta Giga (LTV representative) and Juhan Paadam (EBU representative). On 16 November 2002, LTV and the EBU presented the logo for the contest which was designed by the director of the Computer Graphics Department of LTV, Maris Kalve with further elaboration by LTV's chief artist Kristaps Skulte. The logo was named "upes", the Latvian word for rivers, and carried the slogan "All rivers flow toward the sea, all songs flow toward the Eurovision Song Contest".
Jayaprabha's second book of poems "Vaamanudi Moodo Paadam" (Third foot of Vamana) was published in 1988. This collection contained two of her landmark feminist poems 'Chupulu' (Stares) and 'Pytani tagaleyyali' (Burn the saree). Chupulu translated as 'looks' or sometimes 'stares' is a poem about the male gaze. It begins with the poet-persona describing the assault of stares she endures daily and ends with the poet hoping for the day when women can return the stares and reclaim public spaces for themselves. In 'Pytani tagaleyyali' (Burn the saree) Jayaprabha equates the saree with confirmity to traditional gender norms and says women must abandon the saree in order to break free from traditional gender norms.
Johnson has released four non-film albums. His first album "Sneha Deepika" was released in 1989 on Tharangini audios. It had nine Christian devotional songs – "Aathma Swaroopa", "Unni Yesu Pirannu", "Manninum Poovinum", "Thumbapoo Polulla", "Bhoomikku Pulakam", "Manassakumengil", "Kulir Choodum", "Arthungal Innoru" and "Vidarnna Punchiri". The featured artists were K. J. Yesudas, K. S. Chithra and Sujatha. His second album "Onathappan", a collaboration with M. G. Radhakrishnan and Berny-Ignatius, consisted of nine festival songs. The track "Mundon Paadam" was composed by Johnson, sung by M. G. Sreekumar and had lyrics penned by Bichu Thirumala. His third album "Nannipoorvam Johnson", consisted of twelve tracks – "Chandanakkavilinnu", "Panineeru Peyyum", "Vasundhare", "Virunnu Vanna", "Prapanjam Sundaram", "Enthe Nee Varathe", "Nilasandhyayil", "Veruthe Onnu", "Ponnazhikkuttu", "Pranayappirave", "Kalindhi", and an introductory speech by Sreenivasan. The lyricists were R. K. Damodaran, Gireesh Puthenchery, Kaithapram, Bichu Thirumala, M. D. Rajendran, K. Jayakumar, S. Ramesan Nair and Poovachal Khader and the songs were rendered by K. J. Yesudas, P. Jayachandran, K. S. Chithra, M. G. Sreekumar, Aparna Rajeev, Dr. Rashmi Madhu and Johnson himself. In 2009, he released his second Christian devotional album entitled "Parishudhan". It had eleven tracks – "Vazhiyum Sathyavum Nee Thanne (Vijay Yesudas), "Mullukal Kuthi" (Chithra), "Ariyathe Polum" (G. Venugopal), "Neethimanayavane" (Sujatha), "Traditional song" (Louis), "Mazhayum Veyilum" (Rimi Tomy), "Oru Viral Sparshathal (Sudheep), "Loka Palaka" (Chithra), Neethanthamam (Vijay Yesudas), and "Kannukalil Theliyum" (Manjari).
Chandrans following project, "" (2003), dealt with child marriage and polygamy prevailing in traditional Muslim communities of Kerala. Meera Jasmine played the lead role, who won the National and State Film Award for Best Actress for her performance in the film as a teen age Muslim girl. The premiere of the film saw protests from a group of Islamic periodicals of Kerala. The date of release was postponed more than once for this reason. The film won the National Film Award for Best Film on Family Welfare. T. V. Chandran narrowly missed his second national award as the best director for this film. As there was a tie, the casting vote of the Chairman of jury went to Bengali director Goutam Ghose. With "Paadam Onnu: Oru Vilapam", Chandran ended his association with music director Johnson, bringing in background music specialist Issac Thomas Kottukapally to score his social thriller "Kathavasheshan" (2004). Co-produced by and starring Dileep, the film follows a murder mystery. The film tells the story of a civil engineer who commits suicide as a protest against the 2002 Gujarat riots. The film stands odd in the filmography of Chandran for the narrative style it had. The film emerged the biggest winner at the Kerala State Film Awards with four wins. Chandran then worked in a Tamil psychological drama - "Aadum Koothu" (2005). The film unfolds from the life of a college student who can see what others don't. The film – starring Navya Nair, Cheran and Prakash Raj – was screened at various film festivals in 2005-06, but was not released in theatres. It won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil in 2005. "Vilapangalkkappuram" - based on the aftermath of the Gujarat riots of 2002 - was released in 2005. Priyanka, Biju Menon, Sudheesh and Suhasini played the pivotal roles, and Priyanka won a state award for her performance in the film as a Muslim woman gang raped by a group of communalists.