Synonyms for sangavi or Related words with sangavi

bishunpur              vasna              mustqil              ranipura              agaram              rudravaram              kothapalle              pedda              gamdi              penninu              panchaloham              mettupatti              bhanpur              gopalnagar              venkatapur              devaliya              jamuni              sundarpur              lingampalle              thamburan              shivnagar              gobindpur              sonbarsa              puthan              ramaram              ehatmali              mahime              kukma              sambhavam              chinthamani              thumbolarcha              kotda              pipaliya              bommala              veedhi              devarapalle              khedoi              hoovina              bibipur              kodathi              bakrol              sarasamma              dahivali              kattalai              puraini              karisalkulam              veliye              thampuratti              sathru              snehamulla             

Examples of "sangavi"
Sangavi married IT Professional N Venkatesh on 3 February 2016 at Taj Vivanta, Bengaluru.
Yathumaagi is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language romance film written and directed by S. Balakumar that stars newcomer Sachin and Sunaina in lead roles. The film's score and soundtrack composed by James Vasanthan. The film, produced by Sakthi Sangavi and Mohana Sangavi under the Chola Creations banner, was released on 12 March 2010 to critical acclaim while becoming a successful box office venture.
Pimple Gurav is surrounded by Pimple Saudagar to its West, New Sangavi and Old Sangvi to its South, Dapodi to its West and Kasarwadi to its North. Besides this it also has Pawana River flowing from its West side
Sangavi is a village in Mawal taluka of Pune District in the state of Maharashtra,India.The village is administrated by a Sarpanch who is an elected representative of village as per constitution of India and Panchayati raj (India).
Sangavi (born Kavya Ramesh) is an Indian film former actress and model, known for her works in Kannada cinema, Tamil cinema, and Telugu cinema. In a film career spanning 22 years she was starred in over 95 feature films.
Sangavi was born in 1977 in Mysore, Karnataka. Her father was Late Dr D A Ramesh an ENT Professor in Mysore Medical College, and her mother is Mrs Ranjana. She did her schooling from Marimallappa High School. Her grandmother's sister is Kannada film actress Aarathi. In 1993, She made her début with the Tamil film "Amaravathi".
Nemade was born in 1938 on May 27 in the village of Sangavi in the Khandesh region of Maharashtra. He received his bachelor's degree from Fergusson College in Pune and master's degree in Linguistics from Deccan College in Pune and English Literature from the Mumbai University in Mumbai. He received PhD and D.Lit. degrees from North Maharashtra University.
Pimpri-Chinchwad is part of Pune Metropolitan City in the state of Maharashtra, India. It is the urban agglomeration of Pune. It consists of the towns of Pimpri, Chinchwad, Nigdi, Akurdi, Ravet, Bhosari, Pimple Gurav, Moshi, Punawale, and Sangavi, which are governed by a common municipal body (the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation or PCMC). It is located to the north-west and is connected to the centre of Pune city via the Old Pune-Mumbai Highway.
Sangvi (also called Sangavi सांगवी in marathi) is the locality in Pune Metropolitan City within municipal limits of Pimpri-Chinchwad in the state of Maharashtra, India. It is Peaceful area, as it is away from main city areas, highways and industrial areas. Also the bus facility is good in Sangvi. Sangvi is divided into two places New Sangvi and Old Sangvi, both are besides each other. New Sangvi and Pimple Gurav are besides each other. There is PWD Ground in New Sangvi area, in which children's park is there.
Rishi has to be the movie with the most of number of such inspirations packed into a single film. The main story of the hired killer blinding a singer and attempting to reform while falling in love with her is copied from John Woo's Hong Kong movie, which was dubbed into English as The Killer. The execution of the gunfight sequence at the club and the song sequence, where Sarathkumar watches the blind Sangavi sing, are lifted directly from that movie, though without the trademark style of the original. Sarath Kumar even carries a toothpick between his teeth, Chow Yun Fat-style!
Villages nearby Rajpuri are Induri, Nanoli Tarf Chakan, Mangarul,Mawal, Shire, Belaj,Sangavi, Katavi, Jambhul, Kanhe, Nayagaon,Mawal, and Sate. Rajpuri is surrounded by Karjat Taluka, Talegaon Dabhade Taluka, Mulshi Taluka and Khalapur Taluka .Nearest districts to Rajpuri are Raigad district, Thane district, Mumbai City district and Mumbai Suburban district.Rajpuri does not have its own railway station.The railway station close by are Vadgaon railway station, Begdewadi railway station,Teegaon railway station, Talegaon railway station and Vilegaon railway station. Rajpuri village is about 616 meters above Sea level.The total geographical area of village is 418.02 hectares.
Rishi (Sarathkumar) is a professional thief working for Satya (Arun Pandiyan). On one of his missions, he happens to watch a minister (Devan) kill a television reporter who is about to expose him. Rishi takes off with a floppy the reporter hands to him before dying and the minister, naturally, wants it back. Things get confusing because of Velu (Sarathkumar), who looks like Rishi and gets into trouble. .Meanwhile, Rishi turns over a new leaf when one of his tasks ends up in a singer Nandhini (Sangavi) being blinded. He starts taking care of her but Sathya is unwilling to let him go.
At that time, 300 Jain families and 14 Jain Temples were present. Out of them, only two temples currently remain. In the year 1609 AD, this Kshetra was reconstructed and developed by ″Shri Veer Sangavi″ of ″Bagherwal Caste″. It is said that ″Samavsharan″ of ″Lord Mahaveer″ came here, and that the last Shrut Kevali Acharya Bhadrabahu with his 1200 scholars (including Chandragupt Maurya, the great emperor of ancient India) installed the famous idol of Lord Parshvanatha. The idol is said to float at a height of 3 inches. So this is called ″Antariksha Parsvanath″. According to archaeologists the idols of this Kshetra are 1000 years old or more.
Yawal (Taluka) consists of Kingaon, Anjale, Amoda, Sakali, Faizpur, Sangavi Bk and Nhavi. It has a very old fort said to have belonged to the Sansthanik Raje Nimbalkar (link) documentary proof for this. Yawal has two temples, one of which is the ancient temple of Shree Jagatguru Ved Maharshi Vyas Muni who wrote the Mahabharata, the other being the Tarkeshwar Mandir. Zhambre-Deshmukhs were the original landlords of Yawal. Yawal has 2 rivers (Harita and Sarita a.k.a. Hadkai and Khadkai). Gavali Wadaa has a 9–10 km long wall. It is located on the Barhanpur–Ankaleshwar State Highway 4. British Empire in 1885 year Simcox High School is oldest school and new name is Sane Guruji Secondary And Higher Secondary School.