Synonyms for sambhavam or Related words with sambhavam
Examples of "sambhavam"
sooranad is a village in Kerala, India. It is famous with the sooranad
. Sooranad is in kollam district.
Chandrasekharan's creative contributions include such compositions as 'Voice of Travancore,' 'Manishada,' 'Siva Thandavam,' 'Ganesh Nritham,' 'Ardhanareeswara,' 'Surya Nritham,' 'Geethopadesam,' Kalidasa's 'Kumara
,' 'Sakunthalam,' Kumaran Asan's 'Chandala Bhikshuki,' Vallathol's 'Magdalana Maria,' 'Guruvum Sishyanum,' Vayalar's 'Ayisha,' Changampuzha's 'Ramanan' and 'Markandeyan,' 'Mohini Rugmangada,' 'Savithri,' 'Dakshayagam,' 'Ekalavyan,' 'Chilappadikaram,' Greek story 'Pygmalion,' Chinese story 'Fisherman's Revenge,' Japanese story 'Esashiyuvo' (Prapidiyan Pathalathil), Bible story 'Salome' and many more. He successfully composed and performed several ballets such as 'Sri Guruvayurappan,' 'Kumara
,' 'Sri Ayyappan,' 'Hrishya Sringan' and 'Sri Hanuman.'
His famous work was "Swaarochisha Manu
" (also known as "Manu Charitra"). This work is the development of an episode in Markandeya Puranam relating to the birth of Svarochishamanu, who
Chandrasekharan's creative contribution includes such compositions as "Voice of Travancore", "Manishada", "Shiva Thandavam", "Ganesha Nritham", "Ardhanareeswaram", "Surya Nritham", "Geethopadesam", Kalidasa's "Kumara
", "Sakunthalam", Kumaran Asan's "Chandala Bhikshuki", Vallathol's "Magdalena Mariyam", "Guruvum Sishyanum", Vayalar's "Ayisha", Changampuzha's "Ramanan", "Markandeyan", "Mohini", "Rugmangada", "Savithri", "Dakshayagom", "Ekalavyan", "Chilappadikaram", "Pigmalin" (adaptation of a Greek original), "Fisherman's Revenge" (adaptation of a Chinese original), "Prapidiyan Pathalathil" (adaptation of the Japanese "Esashiyuvo"), "Salome" (based on the Biblical character of the same name) and many more. He composed and performed several ballets such as "Sri Guruvayurappan", "Kumara
", "Sri Ayyappan", "Hrishya Sringan", and "Sri Hanuman".
is a 1981 Indian Malayalam film, directed by P Chandrakumar and produced by Babu and Majeendran. The film stars Madhu, Srividya, Adoor Bhasi and Jose Prakash in lead roles. The film had musical score by V. Dakshinamoorthy.
Thereafter he went on to specialise in mridangam and also learnt Kathakali from Ambu Panicker, and Chandu Panicker. Subsequently he was cast by Rukmini Devi in prominent Kalakshetra productions like, "Kumara
", "Kutrala Kuravanji", "Sita Swayamvaram" and "Usha Parinayam", based on the Melattur Bhagavata Mela tradition.
Her other films include Taamboolalu, Pedda Manushulu, Maa Vidaakulu, Greeku Veerudu, Sakutumba Saparivara Samethamga, Velugu Needalu, Dongaata, Chiru Navvutho, Harishchandra, Madhuri, Manavudu Danavudu,
, and Kathi Kantha Rao. In 2012 she appeared in Akkineni Nagarjuna's most acclaimed Dhamarukam. She also had a character of Mom of Richa Gangopadhyay in Prabhas's "MIrchi". She has done Iddarammayilatho with Rao Ramesh, as mother of Catherine Tresa.
is a 1969 Indian Malayalam and Tamil film (bilingual), directed and produced by P. Subramaniam . The film stars Gemini Ganesan, Padmini, Srividya and Thikkurissi Sukumaran Nair in lead roles. The film had musical score and songs composed by G. Devarajan. The film won the first ever Kerala State Film Award for Best Film. The film stood apart in technical quality when compared to previous Malayalam films and is hence regarded as a landmark in the history of Malayalam cinema.
She acted mostly in Tamil films. "Ezhai Padum Padu" released in 1950 was her first film in Tamil. Her association with Sivaji Ganesan started with "Panam" in 1952. Some of her noted Tamil films include "Thanga Padhumai", "Anbu", "Kaattu Roja", "Thillana Mohanambal", "Vietnam Veedu", "Edhir Paradhathu", "Mangayar Thilakam" and Poove Poochudava. Some of her popular Malayalam films include "Prasanna", "Snehaseema", "Vivaahitha", "Adhyaapika", "Kumara
", "Nokkethadhoorathu Kannum Nattu", "Vasthuhara" and "Dolar".
Some modern "mahākāvya"s do not aim to satisfy all the traditional criteria, and take as their subject historical matter (such as Rewa Prasad Dwivedi's "Svatantrya
" on the Indian independence movement, or K.N. Ezhuthachan's "Keralodayah" on the history of Kerala), or biographies of historical characters (such as S.B. Varnekar's "Shrishivarajyodayam" on Shivaji, M. S. Aney's "Sritilakayasornavah" on Bal Gangadhar Tilak, or P. C. Devassia's "Kristubhagavatam" on Jesus Christ). Some others like the "Śrībhārgavarāghaviyam" (2002) composed by Jagadguru Rāmabhadrācārya continue to have the subject of the traditional epics.
Murali Gopy made his debut as a screenwriter, actor and singer in the Lal Jose movie "Rasikan" (2004). The 2012 film "Ee Adutha Kaalathu", scripted by Murali, is considered a pathbreaker in Malayalam cinema, for its innovative method of weaving story threads together. It was opined to be "the cinema of 21st century" by stalwart writer N. S. Madhavan. His next screenplay was for "Left Right Left", also directed by Arun Kumar Aravind. The basic essence of the movie is that a man is part DNA, part unknown and part what he sees and goes through as a child. It is a social thriller set in three periods – the 60s/70s, the 80s/90s and the present. The movie, which opened to excellent reviews on its release, has achieved cult status among fans and observers. "Tiyaan" and "Kammara
", written by him, are being filmed and his next script is for Lucifer, starring Mohanlal, which will be actor Prithviraj Sukumaran's directorial debut.
Ganesh Vinayaac, associate of Silambarasan, Tharun Gopi and SJ Suryah was supposed to direct "Muppozhudhum Un Karpanaigal" but was ultimately removed from the film. He then announced a project called "Madayan" with Simbhu but project never took off and then he was approached by Dayanidhi to direct a film for his cousin Arulnidhi. Arulnidhi who was fresh after the success of "Mouna Guru" was supposed to do a project called "Ashokamithran" with Karu Pazhaniappan which was dropped accepted to do the project. The film was initially titled as "
" and "Pagal Kollai" but later changed as "Thagaraaru". Pooja was initially approached to play the lead female role but she was busy with other commitments and thus recommended Poorna for the role.
His major works are the two Sanskrit epic poems "Sitacaritam" and "Svatantryasambhavam". The first "maha kavya" (epic poem), "Uttara Sita-charitam", composed from 1956 to 1968, is based on the Ramayana and deals with the later life of Sita, but is recast to contemporary times and deals with Indian polity and patriotism. His second epic, "Svatantrya-
", which won the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1991, portrays the Indian national freedom movement, from the time of Rani Lakshmi Bai of Jhansi to events of post-Independence India. His other Sanskrit works include "Pramatah" (1988, a collection of poems on the atomic age), "Sri Rewa Bhadrapitham" (1988, verses in praise of the river Rewa, Narmada), Shatapatram (1987, poems about poetry), and "Yuthika" (a four-act play).
Srividya launched her career as a child artist in the 1966 Tamil film "Thiruvarutchelvar" (1966) alongside legendary actor Sivaji Ganesan. Later she entered Malayalam films with a dance scene in "Kumara
" (1969), directed by P.Subramanyan and in Telugu film Tata Manavadu (1972) directed by Dasari Narayana Rao. However, her first major role was that of a college student falling in love with her professor in the 1971 Tamil film "Nootrukku Nooru", directed by K. Balachander. Her first film as heroine was "Delhi to Madras" (1972) in which she was paired opposite Jaishankar. In mid-1970s, she became busy in the Tamil film industry. She acted in films such as "Velli Vizha", "Sollathaan Ninaikkiren" and "Apoorva Raagangal", all directed by K. Balachander. She was Rajinikanth's first heroine in "Apoorva Raagangal" (1975).
Annapurna is glorified in Hindu religious texts like "Rudrayamala", "Sivarahasya", "Annapurnamantratsava", "Maha Tripurasiddhanta", "Annapurna Kavacha", "Annapurnahavamti", "Annapurnamalininaksatramalika" and "Bhairvahyantantra". "Kumara
" by Kalidasa makes vivid mention about Varanasi and the deity Annapurna. "Devi Bhagavata" written during the 3rd and 4th centuries CE refers Annapurna as goddess of Kanchipuram and Visalakshi as goddess of Varanasi. "Skanda Purana" written during the 7th century states the sage Vyasa was led to Varanasi by a curse and Annapurna came as a housewife and offered him food. "Lingapurana" mentions that Siva was begging for food for his children as he could not get food in the world due to a miracle created by his consort Parvathi. Parvathi came out as Annapurna and offered food to Siva at his doorsteps. The legend of Kasi Viswanath Temple in Varanasi is associated with the story that Siva built the temple there in her honour. Adi Sankara (8th century), the proponent of Advaita school of Hinduism, has written "Annapurna Stotra", a book glorifying the deity. The mention of Annapurna is also found in "Kumara Sambhava", a Telugu literature, by Nannechola, a Saiva poet of the 12th century. There is also a mention about the deity in "Kasikhanda" by Srinatha, a Telugu poet of the 13th century. The "Annapurna Sahasranam" presents her one thousand names and the "Annapurna Shatanama Stotram" contains 108 of her names.
Allasani Peddana wrote the first major "Prabandha" and for this reason he is revered as "Andhra Kavita Pitamaha" ("the grand father of Telugu poetry"). It is believed that he was also a minister in the king's court and is hence sometimes referred as "Peddanaamaatya" ("Peddana" + "Amaatya" = Peddana, the minister). He wrote "Swaarochisha Manu
" (also known as "Manu Charitra"), which is a development of an episode in the Markandeya Purana relating to the birth of Svarochishamanu, who is one of the fourteen Manus. Pravarakhya is a pious Brahmin youth who goes to the Himalayas for Tapasya. In the Himalayas Varudhini, a Gandharva girl, falls in love with him, but Pravarakyudu rejects her love. Knowing this a Gandharva youth who was earlier rejected by Varudhini assumes the form of Pravarakhya and succeeds to win her love. To them is born Svarochisha, the father of Svarochishamanu. The theme for his "Manu Charitra" is a short story from Markandeya Purana. It is about second "Manu" of fourteen manus (fathers of mankind societies according to Hindu mythology), translated into Telugu from Sanskrit by Marana (1291–1323), disciple of Tikkana. The original story was around 150 poems and Peddana extended into six chapters with 600 poems by adding fiction and descriptions.
A. R. Raja Raja Varma or A R. Rajaraja Varma () (1863–1918) was an Indian poet, grammatician and Professor of Oriental Languages at Maharaja's College(present University College), Trivandrum. Rajaraja Varma Koyi Thampuran was born in February 1863 at the Changanachery Lakshmipuram Palace to mother Kunjikkavu Thampuratti and father Vasudevan Namboodiri from the Pattial Illam. He wrote widely in Sanskrit and Malayalam. He is known as Kerala Panini for his contributions to Malayalam Literature. A mixed effect of the influence of the study of British Romantic poets of the 19th century and a renewed interest in the real classics of Sanskrit literature can be seen in his poems. His essays are fine examples of excellent prose.His important works are Kerala Panineeyam, Bhashabhooshanam, and Vritha Manjari. Bhangavilaapam and Malayavilasam are his poems. Bhasha Megha Dootu, Bhasha Kumara
, Malayala Sakuntalam, Malavikagnimitram, and Charudattam are among his translations. Varma was the moving spirit behind the great literary renaissance in Kerala in the Golden Age of Malaylam literature. Says Ulloor of A.R. Rajaraja Varma, “While others embellished the walls of the mansion of Malayalam literature with their paintings and drawings, A.R. worked both on its foundation and dome and made it a long enduring and imposing structure for the benefit of the people of Kerala. His fame rests on this architectural accomplishment and is bound to last for ever”.
Originally known as "sadhir", the Indian classical dance form of Bharatanatyam owes its current name, to E Krishna Iyer and Rukmini Devi Arundale, who has been instrumental in modifying mainly the Pandanallur style of Bharatanatyam and bringing it to the global attention, and removing the extraneous sringaar and erotic elements from the dance, which were the legacy of its Devadasi association in the past. Soon she changed the very face of the dance, by introducing musical instruments, like violin, set and lighting design elements, and innovative costumes, and jewellery inspired by the temple sculptures. Just as for her teacher she approached noted gurus in various arts and classical dances, for her productions, Rukmini Devi approached noted scholars for inspiration and classical musicians and artists, for collaboration, the result was the creation some of pioneering dance dramas-based on Indian epics like the Valmiki's Ramayana and Jayadeva's Gita Govinda. Starting with famous dance dramas like, 'Sita Swayamvaram', 'Sri Rama Vanagamanam', 'Paduka Pattabhishekam' and 'Sabari Moksham', followed by 'Kutrala Kuruvanji', 'Ramayana', 'Kumara
', 'Gita Govindam' and 'Usha Parinayam'.
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