Synonyms for paravai or Related words with paravai
Examples of "paravai"
had a population of 16,346. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%.
has an average literacy rate of 73%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 80%, and female literacy is 65%. In
, 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.
is a town panchayath in Madurai district.
is a panchayat town in Madurai district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
Soundtrack was composed by D. Imman. The soundtrack contains remixed version of "Adho Andha
" from "Aayirathil Oruvan" (1965).
() is a 1987 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by Manobala, starring Vijayakanth and Radhika.
The music of "Manam Kothi
" was scored by D. Imman. The soundtrack was released on 12 April 2012, which features 8 tracks with lyrics written by Yugabharathi. Universal Music is back in the Tamil market after a 30-year hiatus with 'Manam Kothi
Saicharan won the competition, and was chosen by A. R. Rahman and D. Imman to sing in the films "Godfather", "Manam Kothi
", and "Saattai".
The soundtracks and background score are composed by Deva. The voices to the songs are given by Deva, Sadhana Sargam,
, Karthik, Udit Narayan.
Amanusha (2014) is a Kananda-language film directed by Jayasimha Musuri and made under Simron Movie Makers. The film is a remake of Tamil film "Manam Kothi
Some of the well known Tamil folk singers today are Dr. Vijayalakshmi Navaneethakrishnan, Pushpavanam Kuppusamy, Anitha Kuppusamy, Chinnaponnu and
Maalavika was chosen by music director D. Imman to co-sing the musical hit "Dang Dang…" with Saicharan in the 2012 film, "Manam Kothi
Nearby villages of this village are Sirumathur (1.9 km), Pennakonam (4.5 km), Nannai (4.6 km), Eraiyur (5.1 km),
(5.9 km). Towns nearby are: Veppur (6.5 km), Thungapuram(12 km), Perambalur (19.4 km), Alathur (20.1 km), Veppanthattai (21.6 km).
" received positive reviews. On 4 October 1964, the review from "Ananda Vikatan" said the film could be accepted the film intellectually, but found it tough to accept it in their heart due to the climax.
Muniyamma (born 1943) is a Tamil folk singer and actress who prominently plays supporting roles. Appearing in many Tamil films, she has also sung playback in films as well as having her own cook show on Kalaignar TV.
The music composed by Ilaiyaraaja. When Haasan was singing an English song at a concert, Ilayaraja who witnessed this observed that he sang the higher notes well, and thus provided him to sing "Ninaivo Oru
The channel features a number of shows, such as "Malli", "Kayitham", "Nayanmargal", "Anamika", "K-series", Asoakavanam, "Arangetram", "Agni
", "Melam Kottu Thali Kattu", "Odi Vilayadu Mummy", "Talk It Easy", "Karuppu Vellai", "Star junction" and "Odi Vilayadu Mummy".
"Chase a Crooked Shadow" was remade in India a few times, as the Bengali-language film "Sheshankaa" (1963), the Tamil-language film "Puthiya
" (1964), the Hindi-language film "Dhuan" (1981), and the Malayalam-language film "Charithram" (1989)
" is frequently screened on Tamil television channels, most notably Jaya TV. The songs were featured in a charity concert held by M. S. Viswanathan at the Kamaraj Arangam in Chennai on 14 July 2012. In April 2006, P. Susheela chose "Paartha Gnaabagam Illaiyo" and "Unnai Ondru Ketpen" along with "Paal Polave" from "Uyarndha Manithan" (1968) as her favourite songs that she had recorded. A song from "Nadigan" (1990) also has the same title as the song from "Puthiya
""Engey Nimmadhi". In September 2014, Vijay Sethupathi, in an interview with Sudhir Srinivasan of "The Hindu", listed "Puthiya
" among his favourite films alongside "Ratha Kanneer" (1954), "Thillana Mohanambal" (1968) and "Rajapart Rangadurai" (1973).
Athisayam () is an amusement theme park located in
on Madurai - Dindigul National Highway 7, 12 km from Madurai. The park is located on a site and features about 40 games and 20 water rides. The park is popular for its water rides, recreating the experience of Courtalam waterfalls.
In her 2002 book "Cinema of Interruptions: Action Genres in Contemporary Indian Cinema", Lalitha Gopalan noted that the male protagonists in Indian films use the piano to express their desire with no regard to the consequences and cited Sivaji Ganesan in "Puthiya
" as an example for the same.
His father, Singai Pararasasegaram, had two principal wives and a number of concubines. His first wife, Rajalaksmi, had two sons, Singhabahu and Pandaram. Singai Pararasasegaram second wife was Valliammal, she bore him Paranirupasingham. Cankili's mother had Cankili and a daughter named "
". As part of palace intrigues, Cankili was able to ascend the throne.
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