Synonyms for rahasyam or Related words with rahasyam
Examples of "rahasyam"
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is a 1988 Indian Malayalam film, directed by PK Joseph and produced by EK Thyagarajan. The film stars Ratheesh, Balan K Nair, Seema and Shari in lead roles. The film had musical score by S. P. Venkatesh.
Angaadi Paattu is a 1997 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Nissar. The film stars Sukumari, Jagathy Sreekumar, Baburaj and Cochin Haneefa in lead roles. The film had musical score by Wilson.
is a 1969 Indian Malayalam film, directed by J. Sasikumar and produced by KP Kottarakkara. The film stars Prem Nazir, Sheela, Jayabharathi and Adoor Bhasi in lead roles. The film had musical score by BA Chidambaranath.
() is a 1965 Telugu fantasy film directed by B. Vittalacharya. The film was produced under the banner "Madhu Pictures" by P. Mallikharjuna Rao. It features Kanta Rao, Krishna Kumari, Mukkamala and Rajanala in the lead roles.
(Tamil: சிதம்பர ரகசியம்) (translation, "the secret of Chidambaram") is a Hindu belief that there is a secret message conveyed through the embossed figure near the shrine of Shiva in the Chidambaram Temple.
is a Telugu language film released in 1969. N T Rama Rao in the lead role opposite Jayalalitha . It is period drama. It was produced by D.V.S.Productions and directed by B. Vittalacharya.
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C. H. Narayana Rao (Telugu: సి.హెచ్. నారాయణరావు) (d: 14 February 1984) was an Indian film actor, producer and thespian known for his works exclusively in Telugu cinema, and Theater. He was starred in more than fifty films in a variety of roles. His notable works include, calssics such as "Mana Desam", "Mugguru Marathilu", "Lakshmamma", "Veelunama", "
", "Chenchu Lakshmi", "Jeevitham" to name a few.
(Telugu: రహస్యం; English: Secret) is a 1967 Telugu, folk film, produced by Allareddy Sankar Reddy on Lalitha Siva Jyothi Films banner and directed by Vedantam Raghavaiah. Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, B. Saroja Devi, Kanta Rao, Krishna Kumari, S. V. Ranga Rao in the lead roles and music composed by Ghantasala.
is a 1981 Indian Malayalam film, directed by P. Venu and produced by Koshi Ninan, John Philip, Koshi Philip and Raji George. The film stars Prem Nazir, Jayan, Jayabharathi and Jose Prakash in lead roles. The film had musical score by M. K. Arjunan.
The question of Pithas is associated with Devi Bhagwat, Kubjika Tantra, Kalika
, Mundmal Tantra and Rudrayamalam etc. These Tantras mention this holy shrine as a popular Tantrik seat for Sadhakas. Famous scholar and Tantric Gopinath Kaviraj have mentioned "Baidyanathdaham", as a seat of Tantric Sadhana. The religious importance of Baidyanath Jyotirlingam should be based upon the facts of the Puranas and Tantras.
Padma Khanna (October 19, 1946) is an Indian actress, dancer and director. She appeared mainly in Hindi and Bhojpuri films in the 1970s and 1980s. She is most remembered for her role in the film "Saudagar" with Amitabh Bachchan and also as Queen Kaikeyi in Ramanand Sagar's epic series "Ramayan" (1987–1988). She has acted in two Telugu films with N. T. Rama Rao "Desoddarakulu" and "Rajaputra
Saroja Devi also achieved success in Telugu films, starring opposite N. T. Rama Rao in "Seetarama Kalyanam" (1961) and "Jagadeka Veeruni Katha" (1961), and "Daagudu Moothalu" (1964). "Amara Shilpi Jakkanna" (1964, remake of Kannada film) and "
", her film Pelli Kaanuka(1960) with Akkineni Nageswara Rao, were also successful. The first Telugu film featured dubbing; wherein, Krishna Kumari dubbed her voice in "Panduranga Mahatyam" (1957). But in the subsequent years, Saroja Devi learnt Telugu language. Her Hindi films included like Sasural (1960), Opera House (1961), Pareeksha, Hong Kong(1962), Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya(1963) became successful. In 1962 she was crowned "Chaturbhaasha Taare", because of her popularity in these four languages.
Fondly referred to as the Enid Blyton of Malayalam, Sumangala has penned 37 books of which 23 are for children. Her most celebrated works include "Mithayippoti", "Neypaayasam", "Manchaatikkuru", "Kurinjiyum Koottukaarum", "Ee Kattha Kettittundo", "Nadodi Cholkathakal", "
" and "Kudamanikal". Perhaps her most famous work is a translation into Malayalam of the "Panchatantra". Sumangala has also translated the "Valmiki Ramayanam" into Malayalam from Sanskrit. Another important literary work of hers is the compilation of "Pacha Malayala Nikhandu". Sumangala is the recipient of many awards including the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for the best work in children's literature (in 1979) and the Bala Sahitya Institute award for Lifelong contribution towards children's literature (in 1999).
Prior to its release, the film drew criticism from the Kongu Nadu Munnetra Kazhagam (KMK) Party with an unsuccessful petition filed at Madras High Court seeking a ban on the film, claiming that it portrayed the traditional deities of the gounder community in a bad light. The film was released on 9 April 2011 to a mixed response from critics. Although praised for its cinematography and art direction, it was criticised for having a weak plot and character deficiencies. The film was later dubbed and released as "Prashanth Veer" in Hindi and then as "Rajakota
" in Telugu in 2012 and 2013 respectively.
Thillai Natarajah Temple, Chidambaram (Chidambaram Thillai Natarajar-Koothan Kovil or Chidambaram temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva located in the town of Chidambaram (city), East-Central Tamil Nadu, South India. Chidambaram temple is considered as one of the most ancient and most celebrated of Shiva temples in India. Saivites attach great religious as well as historic and cultural significance with this temple. In this temple Lord Shiva is an embodiment of the infinite space. Chidambaram temple is associated with Lord Nataraja, or Shiva in his Ananda Tandava pose (the Cosmic Dance of bliss) in the cosmic golden hall (Ponnambalam) and the hall of consciousness (Chit Sabha). Lord Shiva is also worshipped in this temple as "formless form" and this fact is being understood as Chidambara
. This temple is known for its Akasa Lingam, an embodiment of Shiva as the formless Space. The word "Koyil" or temple in the Tamil Saivite tradition refers to none other than the Chidambaram Nataraja temple.
Rathnagiri Rahasya () is a 1957 Kannada language mystery - adventure - fantasy film directed and produced by B. R. Panthulu and starring Udaykumar and Jamuna in the lead roles. The film was made simultaneously in Tamil language as "Thangamalai Ragasiyam" released in the same year with Sivaji Ganesan in the lead along with Jamuna reprising her role. Most of the technical crew remained the same for both Tamil and Kannada versions. It was also dubbed into Telugu as "Rathnagiri
" and dubbed in Hindi as "Suhaag". Future acclaimed director Puttanna Kanagal made his debut as an assistant director in this film This film screened at IFFI 1992 B R Panthalu Homage section. Video clips of some songs in this film such as "Kalyana Namma", "Oh Raja Maharaja" and more were shot in Gevacolor.
Producer Krishnaveni gave Ghantasala his first job as full-time music director for her film "Mana Desam", which was N. T. Rama Rao's first film. It established Ghantasala as a music composer-cum-playback singer. He was the most prolific film composer and playback singer in Telugu cinema until the mid-1970s. He composed music for many popular Telugu movies, including "Patala Bhairavi", "Mayabazaar", "Lava Kusa", "Pandava Vanavasam", "
","Gundamma Katha", "Paramanandayya Shishyula Katha" and "Pelli Chesi Chudu", and also for popular Tamil and Kannada films in the 1950s and 1960s. Ghantasala sang for and directed the music for a Hindi film "Jhandaa ooncha Rahe Hamara" (1964). The song "Siva Sankari" from the film Jagadeka Veeruni Katha (1961) was sung by Ghantasala in a single take.
In foreword to his vyakhyanam of Sri Vacana Bhushanam, Manavala Mamunigal tells of the following event. Once upon a time Kanchi Devaraja Perumal out of His nirhEduka krupa selected one Manarpakkam Nambi, and appearing in his dream taught him some special rahasya meanings. He also advised him to go live in Srirangam and wait for Him there where He will teach him in further detail those meanings. Manarpakkam Nambi moved to Srirangam, built a small temple and quietly lived there worshipping Him and keeping the meanings revealed by Him to himself. One day Pillai Lokacharya came to that temple with his close disciples and seeing the quiet nature of the place began teaching them the meanings of rahasyas. Nambi listening from inside noted that these meanings were the same as taught by Lord Varadaraja to him. He then came out and bowing at Pillai Lokacharya's feet, asked him "AvarO neer?" – Are you the one (the same as Devaraja)?. Pillai Lokacharya replied "(aam aavadhen?) "Yes, what for that?". Manarpakkam Nambi explained his dream to him. This is the avatara
of Pillai Lokacharya.
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