Synonyms for pithu or Related words with pithu
Examples of "pithu"
(), or "Prasat Prah
", is a group of five temples at Angkor, Cambodia.
Garam: It is an outdoor game. There are two teams each team having equal members. About 5-7 flat stones (theekrian) are piled up. This pile is called
. A member from one team has to hit the
from a distance of about 4 meters with a ball and
Other traditional sports include Pirr-Kaudi, Dhodha,
Garam, Lukan Meeti, Baari, Bateera/Kurrar Larai and many more.
According to the medieval text "Jagadu-Charita", Pithadeva of Para invaded the Kutch region during Bhima's reign. A merchant named Jagadu sought help from Lavanaprasada, who dispatched an army that defeated Pithadeva. The identity of Pithadeva is not certain, but he was probably a Soomra ruler, who is variously called
, Pahtu or Phatu by the Muslim chroniclers.
Following the death of Jean Commaille (murdered by bandits while carrying the pay of workers), in 1916 he was dispatched to Angkor to manage "Conservation d'Angkor" by EFEO. He resumed the cleaning works on Angkor Wat and the excavation of main monuments in central Angkor Thom: Baphuon, the Bayon, Phimeanakas, Preah
, the Royal Palace ecc.).
The area of Angkor has many significant archaeological sites, including the following: Angkor Thom, Angkor Wat, Baksei Chamkrong, Banteay Kdei, Banteay Samré, Banteay Srei, Baphuon, the Bayon, Chau Say Tevoda, East Baray, East Mebon, Kbal Spean, the Khleangs, Krol Ko, Lolei, Neak Pean, Phimeanakas, Phnom Bakheng, Phnom Krom, Prasat Ak Yum, Prasat Kravan, Preah Khan, Preah Ko, Preah Palilay, Preah
, Pre Rup, Spean Thma, Srah Srang, Ta Nei, Ta Prohm, Ta Som, Ta Keo, Terrace of the Elephants, Terrace of the Leper King, Thommanon, West Baray, West Mebon. Another city at Mahendraparvata was discovered in 2013.
Lagori, dikori or lagoori, also known as "Lingocha",
(Punjabi), "Palli Patti"(Karimnagar),"Pitto"(Rajasthan), "Pittu" (Bengal) or "Satoliya" (madhya pradesh ) is a game in India involving a ball and a pile of flat stones, generally played between two teams in a large outdoor area. A member of one team (the "seekers") throws a tennis ball at a pile of stones to knock them over. The seekers then try to restore the pile of stones while the opposing team (the "hitters") throws the ball at them. If the ball touches a seeker, he is out and his team continues without him. A seeker can always safeguard himself by touching an opposite team member before the ball hits him.
Guhanathan was born in Pungudutivu, Sri Lanka to parents Chelliah and Rajeswari in a family of seven kids. He lived in Jaffna until he was eleven years old, before shifting to India. Guhanathan attended Pachaiyappa’s College and his writing abilities were first spotted by actor MGR, who suggested he worked on film scripts and appointed him as director Chankaya's assistant. He first worked on the script for "Pudhiya Boomi" (1968), aged just 17. Guhanathan later worked for AVM Studios on a contract, and proceeded to write for films starring Sivaji Ganesan, NTR and Akkineni Nageswara Rao. He also wrote Kumarikottam. Under the advice of A. V. Meiyappan, Guhanathan debuted as a producer aged 20 under his banner of AVM Chithramala Combines and made successful films including "Kanimuthu Paappa" (1972), "Rajapart Rangadurai" (1973) and "Petha Manam
" (1973). Telugu producer D. Ramanaidu then requested Guhanathan to direct his Tamil production, "Madura Geetham" (1977), and since he has gone on to make further films including ventures with Rajinikanth and Ajith Kumar. As of 2010, Guhanathan had written 249 scripts in nine Indian languages, directed 49 films in Tamil and Telugu and produced 51 films in Tamil. He is married to actress Jaya, who he had introduced through the film "Kanimuthu Paappa".
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