Synonyms for sukham or Related words with sukham
Examples of "sukham"
Sanskrit sloka: "Praja sukhe
rajyaha prajanamcha hitehitam,
He is the author of several books including the psychological thriller - "Ennenno Athmahatyalu" (English: "Many Suicides"), "Goodu Chalani
", "Preminchaku Jwaram Ostundi" and "Coffee Ragalu". "Ennenno Athmahatyalu" and "Goodu Chalani
" won awards and were translated into Hindi, Sanskrit and Kannada. He has published under the pen-names Srisaa, Puranam Srisaa, and P.S.
is a 1987 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Jesey and produced by KT Kunjumon. The film stars Mohanlal, Jagathy Sreekumar, Suresh Gopi and Adoor Bhasi in lead roles. The film had musical score by G. Devarajan.
"Sarv jan Hitaaye, sarv jan
" this sentence motivated the establishment Shri Sadguru Gajanan Maharaj Sevashram at Indore. In the year 1988 Mr. Paliwal donated the area of , on the auspicious day of Basant panchami ritual ceremony of "Bhumi pujan" was done under the guidance of Shri Guru baba and in the presence of the Gajanan family.
Kalasi Vunte Kaladu
is a 1961 Telugu drama film directed by Tapi Chanakya and produced by Y. Rama Krishna Prasad and C. V. R. Prasad. The film stars N. T. Rama Rao, Savitri and S. V. Ranga Rao. The music was composed by Master Venu. It is a remake of 1959 Tamil film "Bhaaga Pirivinai".
Meera is an Indian actress who has done Tamil-language and Malayalam-language films of nineties as a heroine as well as supporting actress. She is noted for her performance in lead roles in "
Sukhakaram", "Kottappurathe Koottukudumbam" and "Amma Ammaayiyamma".
Sukhakaram (Malayalam: സുഖം സുഖകരം) is a 1994 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Balachandra Menon and produced by R Mohan. The film stars Urvashi, Balachandra Menon, Meera and Shammi Kapoor in lead roles. The film had musical score by Ravindra Jain.It was simultaneously made in Tamil.
The mental state of the devas of the Ābhāsvara worlds (Jpn: 二禅三天) corresponds to the second dhyāna, and is characterized by delight (prīti) as well as joy (sukha); the Ābhāsvara devas are said to shout aloud in their joy, crying "aho
!" ("Oh joy!"). These devas have bodies that emit flashing rays of light like lightning. They are said to have similar bodies (to each other) but diverse perceptions.
Sugauli has great role in India's independence war. Sugauli is the part of SATYAGRAHA movement what GANDHI JI has started from the Champaran, and that movement inspired a lot of youth at that time to contribute for the nation and few of them were Janardan Pandey and Babulal Mishra from Sugauli, Laxmi Narayan Jha, Upendra Jha, Ramesh Chandra Jha,
Mishra from Phulwaria. Yamuna kant Jha from Sugaon. Sugauli is also known for Sugauli Treaty, which was signed between British India and Nepal in March 1816.
This film was remade as "Khandan" in Hindi by A. Bhimsingh, starring Sunil Dutt & Nutan. Hindi version was originally offered to Dilip Kumar who refused it citing that he cannot do justice to Sivaji's character. It was remade in Telugu as "Kalasi Vunte Kaladu
" with N. T. Rama Rao, S. V. Ranga Rao & Savitri by Tapi Chanakya. It was also remade in Kannada by Y. R. Swamy as "Muriyada Mane" with Rajkumar. It was also remade in Malayalam as "Nirakudam" with Kamal Hassan.
A prolific writer, he composed over six hundred songs on national, spiritual and moral issues. He wrote 'a poem a day' for several years after his daily poojas. He became popular and the melody queens N. C. Vasanthakokilam and D. K. Pattammal always included his works in their concerts. A man with noble ideals, Thooran is an acknowledged poet and composer. Analogous to Tyagaraja's 'Santhamulekha, Soukyamuledhu' (set to Sama rāgam), Thooran's 'Santhamillamal
undo?' (Nattaikurinji) stresses that there is no joy without patience and no contentment amidst worries. Deep philosophical truths lay hidden in his simple devotional songs. Musical aesthetics and bhava find abundant evidence in his compositions.
Ravindra Jain also composed for a few non-Hindi films including "Sujatha", "
Sukhakaram", "Aakashathinte Niram" (Malayalam); "Mhaara Peehar Saasra", "Kunba" (Haryanvi); "Chadi Jawani Budhe Nu" (Punjabi); "Gomti ni Shakhe", "Shree Krishna Sharnam Mamah" (Gujarati); "Ganga se Naata ba Hamaar", "Ganga Maiya Bhar de Achalwa Hamaar", "Gaon Desh", "Gaon aaja Pardesi", "Nadiya ke teer", "Piya Milan ki aas", "Laagi aisi Lagan", and "Jalsa ghar ki devi" (Bhojpuri); "Harishchandra Shaibya", "Dristi" (unreleased), "Phoolan devi", "Bhaalobeshe Radha", "Ananya", "Bhanga Gara", "Punorutthaan", "Sesh Aghat", and "Pati Param Guru" (Bengali); "Brahmarishi Vishwamitra" (Telugu); "Pardesi Chadhei jaa debi Sarva Bhuteshu" (Oriya), and "Educated Binani" (Rajasthani).
Soon after ascending the throne, Kappina got attracted towards Buddhism through the medium of traders from Savatthi (Sarasvati in eastern UP) who had visited Kukkatavati and told him about of the appearance in the world of Buddha, the Law, and the Sangha. Immediately on hearing this news, King Maha Kapphina and his thousand courtiers and Queen Anoja and her thousand ladies-in-waiting had given splendid gifts and set out to visit and see the Buddha in person. In this manner they crossed three rivers on dry foot: the Aravacchā, the Nilavāhana, and the Chandrabhaga on making Acts of Truth. The Buddha perceived them coming with his divine eye, and after he had eaten at Savatthi, went through the air to the banks of river Chandrabhaga (Chenab) and sat down under the great banyan tree facing the landing stage of the river. Maha Kapphina and his men saw the Buddha and prostrated themselves before him. The Buddha taught them the Doctrine and they all retired from the world, became arahants and joined the Order. Maha Kapphina exclaims wherever he goes: ""aho
"!!" ("Oh happiness!", "Oh happiness!!"!). The monks conclude that Kapphina has in mind the happiness of ruling. The Buddha informs that Kapphina refers to the happiness of Nibhana.
Radhakrishnan defines fiction as ‘looking at the familiar world in a new light so as to re-evaluate experiences better or creating a new world to experiment with an otherwise unresolvable emotional problem’. He began with the latter and moved on to the former to write nine major novels – "Ellaam Maaikkunna Kadal", "Puzha Muthal puzha Vare", "Pullippulikalum Vellinakshathrangalum", "Spandamapinikale Nandi", "Ivide Ellavarkum
Thanne", "Verpadukalude Viralpadukal", "Munpeparakkunna Pakshikal", "Karal Pilarum Kaalam" and "Iniyoru Nirakanchiri" – in that order, dealing with all aspects of the angst brought in by the sudden onslaught of technology into a caste-ridden semi-feudal society. This nine-novel series, popularly called ‘Novel Navakam’, is in fact a trilogy of three trilogies: one on Kerala, another on India and the third on the world at large.
Philosophy, according to Gaudapada and Adi Sankara, is an interpretation of the totality of human experience ("bhoga") or of the whole of life from the standpoint of truth, and the object it seeks is the happiness ("
") and welfare ("hitam") of all beings ("sarva sattva") in this world ("ihaiva"). Experience is participation in an event or connecting with a product of one’s own activities; an individual creates the world of his own experiences ("dristisristivada"). Rishi Kutsa Angirasa (Rig Veda I.102.2) draws attention to the fact that no happiness can be derived as relating to the material world of objects without knowing each of the constituents of creation endowed with name, form and colour that have made all objects of faith and devotion. Rishi Kakshivan (Rig Veda I.116.11) points out the subtlety involved in these matters consisting in the fact that the happiness experienced or to be experienced is in the mind and not in the object of faith or pleasure. Participation involves work (effort) and knowledge. Therefore, a Rishi of the Rig Veda prays:-
Copyright © 2017