Synonyms for padamadan or Related words with padamadan

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Examples of "padamadan"
George Padamadan (November 10, 1932 – July 25, 2004) was a self-described amateur philosopher from India.
George Padamadan published three papers, all through Rensselaer Polytechnic Research Institute, New York.
Padamadan is a surname of Indian origin, from a ruling-class (minor-royal) lineage found in the Dutch-influenced regions of Vipin in Kerala, India.
George Padamadan lived in a village called Thuruthur, Puthenvelikara, in the Ernakulam district of Kerala state in India. He was educated at St.Joseph's College in Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu, and later studied at Loyola College, Madras but could not complete his studies as he was expelled from the college due to his Marxist leanings.
The 2012 celebration was inaugurated with flag hoisting by Rt Rev Dr Joseph Karikkassery, diocese verapoly.htm Bishop of Kottappuram Diocese on 15 June. On the day of Celebration on 17 June, around 700 Presidents ("Prasudenti" in local vernacular) took out a procession at 9:30 am followed by Holy Mass consecrated by Rev Fr Fransico Padamadan. The "Word of the Lord" was conveyed by notable biblicist and orator Rev Fr. Nelson Job. Around 12,000 devotees participated in the celebration.
The film is based on three separate incidents that take place in Kochi. The first one involves the murder of a young politician, Jaimy Padamadan, which is being investigated by Jacob Alexander (Sharath Kumar). The murder occurs during an election season and the main suspect in the case is a local don named Paruthikkadan (Suresh Krishna). The investigation is affected due to his political influences.
George taught children Maths and English at a local tutorial college, Sincere Tutorials. Paliath Narendran, a 10th standard student of Government High School, Chendamangalam was one such student. Narendran later went on to become a mathematician at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Research Institute, New York. It was he who introduced George Padamadan to the mathematical philosophers of the west, especially Soloman Feferman, who was considered as an authority on mathematical logic.