Synonyms for peethambara or Related words with peethambara
Examples of "peethambara"
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Kurup is the Member of Parliament from Kollam Lok Sabha seat in Kerala. He belongs to Indian National Congress. He is a follower of former Kerala Chief Minister K. Karunakaran.
Renowned timila exponents of the 20th century include Annamanada Achutha Marar, Parameswara Marar,
Marar, Chengamad Sekhara Kurup, Porathuveettil Nanu Marar, Pallavur Maniyan Marar, Perumbilly Narayana Marar, Kesava Marar, Pallippat Narayana Marar, Chottanikkara Narayana Marar, Bahuleyan, Pazhur Damodara Marar, Pallavur Kunhukutta Marar and Makkoth Sankarankutty Marar.
On 4 November 2013, she filed a case against N.
Kurup from the Indian national congress in a groping incident. Shweta later dropped her complaint against Kurup, saying the 71-year-old leader tendered a "personal apology" to her hours after she lodged the FIR against him.
Note: Some of the details published above has been taken from the booklet "Shee
Peeth -Ashram Ek Parichay" and most of information is based on the experience and knowledge of the one of the devotee. This is just an introduction about the Peeth and we will try to add more to this by working more with the Ashram people and devotees and going through some more reading materials.
Kurup is a former MP of Kollam Parliament constituency. He was born in Navaikulam in Thiruvananthapuram district and has completed his B.A. and B.L. from Law Academy, Trivandrum. He was the Vice President of Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee. He was elected to the Lok Sabha for the first time in the 2009 elections defeating P. Rajendran of CPI(M) by a margin of 17531 votes. He was a Teacher in the Kadambattukonam High School and in 1964 he resigned and entered as an active Politician. He is known for his oratorical skills and is the author of two books in Malayalam, "Kiranangal", a play and "Sahithya Dhara", an essay anthology.
There are several central and northern Kerala temples that have been traditionally playing host to major pachavadyam performances. Prominent festivals featuring them are Thrissur Pooram (its renowned Panchavadyam event is known as 'Madhathil Varavu'), Nadappura Panchavadyam at Wadakancheri Siva Temple participating to famous Uthralikkavu Vela at Wadakancheri, Kaladi Panchavadyam ulsavam, Machattu Thiruvanikkavu vela, Nenmara-Vallangi vela, Vayilliamkunnu Pooram, Pariyanampatta pooram, Chinakathoor pooram, Varavoor Palakkal Karthika vela, Tirumandhamkunnu pooram purappadu, Tripunithura Sree Poornathrayeesa Aarattu, Tripunithura Thamaramkulangara Makaravilakku, Thiruvona Mahotsavam at Sree Vamanamoorthy Temple Thrikkakara and Cherpulassery Ayyappan Kavu ulsavam, besides temples in places like Chottanikkara, Odakkali, Vaikom, Ambalapuzha, Perumbavur, Pazhur, Ramamangalam,ooramana, Nayathodu, Chengamanad, Elavoor,Chennamangalam, Triprayar/Arratupuzha, Irinjalakuda, Thiruvillwamala, Pallassena, Pallavoor and several renowned temples in Malabar like Kottakkal Viswambhara Temple and Kottakkal Pandamangalam Sreekrishna Temple, Mannarkkad Pallikurup Manadala Niramala and further up in Tulu Nadu. Chembuthara Kodungallur Bagavathi Temple on the first Tuesday of Malayalam month "Makaram".On every October 2nd Panchavadhyam is conducted on Annamanada Mahadeva Temple on behalf of late Annamanada
Marar, Achutha Marar and Parameshwara Marar popularly known as Annamanada Threyyam.
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