Synonyms for pitambar or Related words with pitambar

chunilal              parmanand              atmaram              raghunandan              shivram              dulal              amritlal              bholanath              kunjan              annasaheb              sadhan              ganpatrao              pranay              dayaram              parameshwar              mohite              dattatray              kamble              bairagi              kantilal              dattatraya              ghanashyam              bhuban              madhukar              chandulal              achyut              bikash              ramasami              ganpat              pabitra              bishwanath              ramrao              pralhad              shankarrao              sujan              govindrao              lalchand              shripad              tryambak              birabar              gopalrao              vaze              murlidhar              chintaman              basappa              dahake              balkrishna              shankarlal              narottam              bhalchandra             



Examples of "pitambar"
Gangaram Bose – Ramsantosh Bose – Krishnachandra Bose – Dvipchandra Bose – Pitambar Bose
Pitambar is the story of a man, who always stands for Justice.
The film is directed by renowned Marathi film Director "Pitambar Kale and produced by Mangesh Doiphode"
The movie is produced by Ranjan Prakash along with Surendra Bhatia & directed by Pitambar Kale.
Usha-Parinaya was written in 1533 AD by Pitambar Dvija which was an Kamrupi rendering of the Usha-Anuradha episode from Vishnu Purana.
Lagnacha Dhumdhadaka is a Marathi movie released on 23 April 2007. The movie is produced by Ranjan Prakash along with Surendra Bhatia and directed by Pitambar Kale.
Ekbar biday de Ma ghure ashi (, ) is a Bengali patriotic song written by Pitambar Das. This song was composed in honour of Khudiram Bose.
Pitambar is a 1992 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Imran, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Ravi Kishan, Raza Murad and Kiran Kumar
Pitambar Dvija (1455-1533) was 15 and 16th century litterateur from Kamrup and contemporary of likes of Haribara Vipra and Hema Saraswati.
and he met Pitambar Dev Goswami, Satradhikar of the Garmurh Satra, in prison in 1943. In 1946, Sutiya joined the Srimanta Sankaradeva Sangha, devoting himself to working for the organisation for the rest of his life.
The film is produced by "Mangesh Doiphode" under his own production company "Mangesh movies Enterprise". The film is written by Pitambar Kale and Laxmikant Vispute. Music given by Nadu Honap.
In the 2010 state assembly elections, Ashok Kumar of JD(U) won the Warisnagar assembly seat defeating his nearest rival Gajendra Prasad Singh of RJD. In the 2009 bye elections, Viswanath Paswan of LJP won. Contests in most years were multi cornered but only winners and runners are being mentioned. Maheshwar Hazari of LJP defeated Bhikhar Baitha of RJD in October 2005. Maheshwar Hazari of LJP defeated Sanjay Paswan of RJD in February 2005. Ram Sewak Hazari of JD(U) defeated Bhikhar Baitha of RJD in 2000. Pitambar Paswan of JD defeated Parameswar Ram of Congress in 1995 and 1990. Sewak Hazari, Independent defeated Shyama Kumari of Congress in 1985. Pitambar Paswan of Janata Party (SC) defeated Parameshwar Ram of Congress (I) in 1980. Pitambar Paswan of Janata Party defeated Baleshwar Ram of Congress.
The school was founded by only 16 members. It is now one of the top English Boarding Schools in Nepal. Notable teachers include Mr. Jeevan Kumar Acharya (Science), Mr. Yuvraj Yogi (Mathematics), Mr. Madan Raj Regmi (Nepali), Mr. Hikmat Thapa (Optional Maths),Mr. Khem Raj Acharya (Nepali), Mr. Pitambar Shah (English), Mr. Prakash Sharma (Civics) and Mr. Bimal Shrestha (Account, Math).
His son Karamshi Khora, was among the dignitaries, who shared dais in historic All India Trade Union Congress meeting held at Jharia in 1928 by prominent labor leaders like Swami Viswananda and Swami Darsanananda. It was hosted by Ramjush Agarwalla and other noted coal miners present were D. D. Thacker, Chhaganlal Karamshi Parekh, Babu Shyam Sunder Chakravarty, Keshavji Pitambar, Madhavji Jivan and others.
Municipal College, () Rourkela is one of the oldest institution imparting +2, undergraduate degree (Arts, Commerce & Science) to the students in western Odisha & around. The college laid its foundation in the year of 1978 under Rourkela Education Development Society (REDS) which was due to patronage of the founding member Mr.A.J Alex I.A.S ex ADM of Rourkela & NAC(CT) Mr. Pitambar Mohanty OAS(I).
the Sahitya Parisad Patrika, of the Vangiya Sahitya Parishad. He founded the Kayastha Sabha and edited its publication. He edited and published several Bengali classics Bangiya Sahitya Parishat, including as Aprakakshita Rachanabali of Chandidas, Rasamabjari of Pitambar Das, Chaitanyamabgal of Jayananda, Krishvaprematarabgini of Bhagavatacharya and Jaynarayan’s Kashi-Parikrama.
Pitambar Charairongba (17th century CE - early 18th Century CE) also known as "Eningthou Ningthem Charairongba" was the ruler of Manipur Kingdom from 1697 to 1709. He was one of the first Meiteis to be converted to Hinduism. He adopted Hinduism on 9 April 1704 CE. He was a follower of the Madhvacharya sect.
Yugadrashta: The Visionary () is an award-winning Assamese language short film based on the life of reformer and freedom fighter Pitambar Deva Goswami starring Moon Borkotoky, directed by Additional Director General of Assam Police Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta and produced by Swapnali Mahanta.
In jail, he met veteran Assamese freedom fighters Gopinath Bordoloi, Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed, Debeswar Sarma, and Pitambar Dev Goswami. After 2 years and 18 days in Jorhat Central jail, Sutiya was released on 22 December 1944. Following his release, he was placed under house arrest for 6 months. In 1945, he began teaching again at Teok Balama High School.
Mistry Pitambar Padma was Gaidhar in the 18th century. Later his son 'Gaidher' Jagmal Pitamber of Anjar was Gaidher of the Kutch Raaj in early to middle of the 19th century during time of Deshalji II, when the forts of Bhuj, Anjar, Mandvi, Lakhpat and Mundra were constructed under Jagmal Pitamber and other Mistri of the eighteen villages.