Synonyms for parmanand or Related words with parmanand

sadhan              pitambar              raghunandan              madhukar              balkrishna              satyanarayan              wamanrao              kamble              shripad              atmaram              chunilal              pandurang              shivram              bholanath              chintaman              haripada              ghanashyam              bonnerjee              baliram              bhaurao              annasaheb              saikia              bhausaheb              veerendra              ramanlal              parameshwar              khagen              sushila              dattatraya              kantilal              bijay              vasudev              ramakant              ramasami              niranjan              dayaram              binod              manubhai              krushna              dulal              vasantrao              shankarrao              poduval              achyut              satpathy              pratik              sucheta              hiralal              sudhindranath              bijoy             



Examples of "parmanand"
Gopichand Parmanand Hinduja was born on 29 February 1940, the son of Parmanand Hinduja, and educated at Jai Hind College, Mumbai.
Prakash Parmanand Hinduja was born in June 1945, the son of Parmanand Hinduja, and educated at university. He is of Sindhi origin.
He married Jamuna Parmanand Hinduja, and they had five sons:
Srichand Parmanand Hinduja was born on 28 November 1935 in Karachi, Sindh province, British India. The second son of Parmanand Deepchand Hinduja and Jamuna Parmanand Hinduja. He was educated at Davar's College of Commerce and R. D. National College, both in Mumbai.
This is the 1 Shabad from Parmanand in the Sri Guru Granth Sahib:
Parmanand Deepchand Hinduja (1901–1971) was an Indian businessman, the founder of the Hinduja Group.
Parmanand (4 November 1876 – 8 December 1947) was an Indian nationalist
Parmanand Lal (1977:104) reported the presence of several Shompen villages in the interior of Great Nicobar Island.
Prakash Parmanand Hinduja (born June 1945) is an Indian-born Swiss businessman, the chairman of the Hinduja Group in Europe.
Zinda Kaul translated the works of the mystic Kashmiri writer and poet Nand Ram Parmanand into English, in three volumes.
Parmanand died on 8 December 1947 of a heart attack. He was survived by his son Dr. Bhai Mahavir, a prominent member of the Jana Sangh and BJP.
His name Aseemanand was courtesy his guru, Swami Parmanand, in whose ashram in Bangram village of Burdwan Aseemanand stayed till 1988.
His poetry was greatly influenced by Lal Ded and Parmanand. His writing style is mystical and is influenced by bhakti tradition.
Gopichand Parmanand Hinduja (born 29 February 1940) is an Indian-born British billionaire businessman, the co-chairman of the Hinduja Group.
There are two temples (Than) of Dadajee. One is near Govt. school,for the devotees and second one is in the Haveli of Pt. Parmanand Patwari.
In October 1905, Parmanand visited South Africa and stayed with Mahatma Gandhi as a Vedic missionary. Parmanand visited Guyana in 1910 which was the centre of the Arya Samaj movement in the Caribbean. His lectures increased their following there. In 1911, he visited Lala Hardayal when he was on retreat in Martinique. Parmanand persuaded Hardayal to go to the United States to found a centre for the propagation of the ancient culture of the Aryan people. Hardayal left for America, but soon located himself in Hawaii, where he again went on retreat on Waikiki Beach. A letter from Parmanand prompted his departure for San Francisco where he became an activist in the anarchist movement.
Bhupen Khakhar was born in Bombay and spent his boyhood in the area called Khetwadi with his parents and three siblings. He was the youngest of four children, and his father, Parmanand, was an engineer and was an external examiner at VJTI matunga, Mumbai. Parmanand drank heavily and died when Bhupen was only four years old. His mother Mahalaxmi was a housewife, and she soon invested all of her hopes in her youngest child.
Another distinct group within the JTMM is the (JTMM-R), led by Rajeev Jha. This faction has also entered into independent negotiations with the Nepalese government, with which it has ties through Vice President Parmanand Jha's media secretary.
This place is the birthplace of great saint Swami Parmanand Ji Mahraj (Paramhans Ji) of Anusuiya Ashram, Chitrakoot, Uttar Pradesh. because of which Ramkola is known as Ramkola Dham.
Some prominent people who originated from Ba are Parmanand Singh, Sidiq Koya, R. D. Patel, Vinod Patel, Vijay R. Singh, James Shankar Singh, Parveen Bala, Davendra Singh, Anirudh Singh and Anand Singh.