Synonyms for sarola or Related words with sarola

bhanpur              ranipura              mustqil              ehatmali              nagla              sahrai              thalla              kotda              gurha              barahi              batase              umarpur              bibipur              devaliya              nimgaon              bairiya              ramkrishnapur              poorawat              mahamadpur              muvada              ladpur              nankar              bishunpur              devghar              pasgawan              jagana              devgaon              shivnagar              khedi              bhagawati              balua              tavaragera              bharni              jamuni              bhatpura              fatepur              choondawat              kutubpur              pukur              dumari              madilalli              pokhariya              vavdi              navada              pimpalgaon              talode              bhimpur              pipaliya              padampura              dahivali             



Examples of "sarola"
Shelapur,Talani,Makodi,Pimpri Gawali,Dabhadi,Talkhed,Borakhedi,Vadgaon,Sarola Pir,Sarola
Sarola Adwaiis a village in Parner taluka in Ahmednagar district of state of Maharashtra, India.
Jalgaon district. The Hivra River passes by Vadi, Banoti, Varthan, Ghorkund, Mhashikotha, Khadakdeola, Sarola, and Pachora.
Sarola brahmin is the highest Garhwali Brahmin subcaste from Uttarakhand, India. Sarola Brahmins were the earliest authenticated Brahmin castes in the then small Garhwal Kingdom of 1200 years ago. The capital of this kingdom was Chandpur Garhi and twelve castes of Brahmins were settled in twelve villages surrounding the capital. These twelve villages were collectively known as "Bara Than" perhaps meaning "Barah Sthan", and the Brahmins living in these villages were known as "Sarola" Brahmins. Later the relatives of these Brahmins who joined them in Garhwal were also known as "Sarola Brahmins".
As per historical evidences, it is believed that this famous temple of Sarala Chandi was constructed in Sarola Grama during the Bhauma Dynansty in the 8th century. The Goddess “Maa Sarala” was being worshiped in this temple till the end of Hindu rule in 1568 A.D. History, tradition, legend and literature remained as the silent witness to the existence of Sarola Chandi in the Sarola grama (village). In this context one among the great verses of Oriya Mahabharat may be quoted here.
Goddess Sarala was popularly known as ‘Sarola Chandi’ till fifteenth century as it is stated in Oriya Mahabharat.
The Goddess otherwise known as Jhankad Vaasini Sharada or ‘Maa Sarola’ is worshiped in most of the houses of the local districts as well as in the state.
The Hatwals are Sarola Brahmins from Garhwal who first migrated to the hills of present day Uttarakhand from the plains of north-western India around the 13th century.
A ruined temple still in existence (renovated in the year of 1982) along with a large tank nearby and surrounded by residences of all categories priests ( Pujapanda, Niyogi, Roul Sevak, Mali). Also there was a huge banyan tree (described as Nilakalpabata in Oriya Mahabharat) on the spot and uprooted out in the Super Cyclone in the year of 1999). Being established in the 8th century in the time of Bhauma dynasty, it was flourishing till the end of Independent Hindu rule 1568 AD. As legends, supported by historical evidences, in 1568 AD Supreme commander of the Muslim army Kalapahada of Benagli sultan Sulemankarani raided the original shrine of Sarola Chandi at Sarola grama and partly destroyed its far famed Shakti temple. Just after hundred years during the reign of Moghul emperor Aurangzeb the old temple of sarola grama was devastated and a mosque was built few metres away in the west of the temple.
Nearby villages include Bhorwadi (3.5 km), Sarola Kasar (4.4 km), Sonewadi (5.1 km), Khandala (5.2 km), Chas (5.4 km) and Jedgaon (9 km). The nearest towns are Ahmednagar (16.2 km), Rahuri (45 km), Pathardi (58.7 km) and Nevasa (68.6 km).
Due to shortage of space, Harendra Nath shifted his family to a new house at 157/1A Acharya Prafulla Chandra Road (beside the Khanna Cinema Hall), which provided freedom to Sarola Sundari and her daughters to read according to their heart's desires. To satisfy Sarola Sundari's tremendous urge of reading there had been a continuous flow of books and magazines from the libraries of the time. As there was no dearth of leisure for the daughters and no bar to reading adult books from a very early age, Ashapurna and her sisters built a love-relationship with books. Though Ashapurna had no formal education as such, she was self-educated.
Ashapurna's father Harendra Nath Gupta was a famous artist of the time who worked for C. Lazarus & Co. fine furniture makers as a designer. Ashapurna's mother Sarola Sundari came from a very enlightened family and was a great book lover. It was her "intensive thirst" for reading classics and story books which was transmitted to Ashapurna and her sisters in their early age.
Jhajjar is nearest town to Chhapar. Chhapar is located at latitude 28.4433134 and longitude 76.5986667. Chandigarh is the state capital for Chhapar village and about 309 km away from Chhapar. The adjoining villages of Chhapar are Sarola, Ushmaapur, Nyola, Kanhori, Khudan, Jaitpur, Ahri, Subana and Babepur.
Kuusinen was married several times, and had numerous children, such as "Aino" Elina (born 1901), "Hertta" Elina (born 1904), Esa Otto Wille (born 1906), Riikka-Sisko (born 1908), Heikki (born 1911) and Taneli (born 1913). Most of his offspring remained with his first wife Saima Dahlström. In early 1920s Kuusinen married Aino Sarola. In 1936, he fell in love with an Armenian, Marina Amiragova, who was 30 years younger than he; and they stayed together until Kuusinen's death. The couple never married. They had a daughter in 1937 who died at the age of eleven months.
Durga Puja: In the Autumn season, the Durga Puja is observed from Mulastami to Mahastami and is considered as one of the greatest festival in the Devi Peetha. Mahinsa Mardini Besa, Suna Besa and Kalika Nrutya are the main attractions of the festival. Sodasa Upachara puja takes place twice daily during this period. Traditionally the animal sacrifice of a buffalo is done on the prescribed day Mahastami (Sandhipuja), a male goat sacrifice is done before the ceremonial idol of the Goddess on the day of Dussehra at the old shrine of the deity Sarola Grama.
Chhapar is a small village in Jhajjar district in the state Haryana of India. It is situated 32 km away from Jhajjar, which is both District & Sub District headquarter of Chhapar village. It is 88 km from New Delhi and situated 7.4 km away from National Highway 71 on the road from Kulana to Kosli. Chhapar village is also a gram panchayat. The total geographical area of village is 732 hectares. Chhapar has a total population of 2,878 peoples.There are about 567 houses in Chhapar village. There is a temple of Shri Baba Ganga Das in Chhapar, all the residents of Chhapar, Sarola, Jaitpur, Babepur and Ushmaapur are devotees of Shri Baba Ganga Das.
At present Lord Ganesh is being worshiped in the ruined temple (Newly constructed in the year of 1982) by the head priest of the Goddess in the patronship of Sarala Trust. Some important ritualistic ceremonies are still observed in the old shrine thrice in a year. The processional idol “Chalanti Vigraha” of Sharala is brought in a gorgeous palanquin from the present temple to the Sarola grama seven times in a year to commemorate the ancient rituals. The idol of the deity ceremoniously installed on the old throne where she had been worshiped for centuries. A male goat was traditionally sacrificed through the pancha upachara puja at the place as the last ritual in the occasion of Dussehra. Mahabisuva Pana Sankranti noon is the great occasion (Jhamu Yatra) Roul sevaks dance on fire and green coconut offered to Devi by panda pujakas. In the dawn of Dola Purnima decorated vimans consisting of several deities from adjacent localities congregate along with the goddess. This interesting occasion is observed with pomp and ceremony. This particular occasion, when Goddess Sarala is worshipped along with other deities, signifies that Maa Sarala is an amalgamation of Vedic religious movement, tantrik rites and vaishnavik efflorescence.