Synonyms for thalla or Related words with thalla

akkarappacha              theekkali              sphodanam              ehatmali              monagadu              thumbolarcha              pravachakan              madilalli              swargathil              katturumbinum              ezhuthapurangal              swargaputhri              koottukudumbam              nimishangal              tharum              mahime              kirayi              anuragi              swapnagal              tholkkan              sarola              bhanpur              kalippava              agninakshathram              debata              vachina              daaham              mugila              snehicha              gedara              mettupatti              nyayavidhi              janmandharam              iniyenkilum              ranipura              kizhakkan              maniyara              virunnukari              mazhavilkavadi              unnathangalil              kalyanpura              paniyunnavar              alibabayum              puzhayozhukum              hennina              kadathanattu              ninaivu              dhruvasangamam              pranasakhi              padmatheertham             



Examples of "thalla"
Thalla is a village near Nagar, Tehsil Phillaur, Jalandhar district, in Punjab, India.
According to local legend, Moranwali was built by the Rai Jats of Thalla, Jalandhar.
According to 2011 Census, Thalla has a population of 2,251 people. The village has . Neighbouring villages include Bansia Dhak, Bhar Singh Pur, Khanpur, Pall Kadim, Rasulpur, Nagar, Katpalon, Ashahoor and Kadiana.
Khuiratta is situated very close to the Line Of Control (LOC), only 8 km away, the temporary border between Indian held Kashmir and Pakistani held Kashmir. It has some notable small towns and villages namely, Birmingham,Khore bhera, Dhaana,Roshan Abad(formerly Andha), Gohra,pathan mohrha, Barooth, Katasery, Chirri,Battal, Barie, Samlaar, Plaana, Darbar Mai Toti,taeen, Dharaa, khore kalla chamber, Nidi Sohana. Khore Rachalla, Khore Graan, Morah Bakhshiyan, Ruknabad, Sarootiyan, Gangal, Chirri, Batal, Barahi, Gajiyari, Bandali, Mohajar Colony, Gheyaien, Serri, Manjwar, Broat Gala, Anderla Kotehra, Phalni, Bandli, Karjai, tSaidpur, Darkala, Bain Thalla, Dehari Baagh, Bindian, Bhiyal, Dheri Sahibzadian, Manjwaal, Khajorla, Thill, Hill Mughalan, Banni Bannah, Sehore, Phehan and Damandah.
When the Elven king, Alaron, takes in Griffin refugees, Markal's forces begin to raid Irollan, and the diplomat Findan is sent to stop the raids. He is later tasked to find the Emerald Dragons to turn the tide on the Undead, but returns to find Syris Thalla, the capital, besieged. Alaron dies in the siege, but tells Findan to seek Tieru. After defending the capital, Findan travels to the Dragonmist Islands, but is too late to stop Biara from killing Tieru, although the latter's spirit tells Findan about Kha-Beleth's plan; the Demon Sovereign has placed a mark on Isabel so that she will bear the Demon Messiah. He also instructs Findan to get a scroll back from Biara, which, if used by a powerful mage, will be able to stop Kha-Beleth. The only such mage would be Zehir, the son of Cyrus.
Mian Khurshid Anwar (Late) () was a Punjabi politician, journalist and former deputy opposition leader of Punjab Assembly and commonly known as Founder of District Vehari. He was born in India, where his father was a sobaydar in Kapoor Thala, Jalandhar district India. He got his early education in Kapoor Thalla and migrated to Pakistan along with his family due to Indo-Pak partition. He came to Lahore for his higher secondary studies and became the student of Islamia College Lahore and participated in socio-political activities. He got into the company of reknowed intellectuals and historic companions such as Agha Shorish Kashmiri, Habib Jalib, Justice (R) Javed Iqbal, Tabish Dehlvi, Mian Mumtaz Daultana, Hanif Ramay, Ehsan-ul-Haq Piracha, Phool Muhammad Khan and Khawaja Muhammad Safdar. He started his political activities and actively participated in the presidential election of Fatima Jinnah held in 1965. He was a member of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab (MPA), representing Vehari in 1972 and in 1977. As a journalist, he served in 'daily Kohistan' and monthly 'Chitan'.
Before the time of King Akbar, Jallah Jeem was called "Parganah Hakarah". The word "Parganah" was associated with that of tehsil today and "Hakarah" was because of the branch of Sutlej river track of which was this area, so this area was called "Parganah Hakarah". Mian Jallal-ud-Deen was a political and religious scholar appointed for political and religious advisory in palace of King Akbar. When King Akbar introduced Deen-e-Elahi for political gain and distorted Islamic ideology, Mian Jalal-ud-Deen resisted and finally withdrew himself from given status and rejected Deen-e-Elahi actively by participating the revolt along with Mujaddid Alf-Sani. Later, Mian Jalal-ud-Deen shifted to Lahore and participated politically for the revival of the true Islamic ideology. After death of King Akbar, King Jahangir felt the political unstable position and feelings of detachment of the Muslim community shook social and political roots, so he re-organized actively to promote Islam. For that King Jahangir contacted Mian Jalal-ud-deen and allotted him "Parganah Hakarah" to establish and promote of Islam. So Mian Jalal-ud-Deen migrated to "Parganah Hakarah" along with his family, including his brother Mian Azim-ud-Deen, and named this area as 'Jallah Jeem'. Here he built a fort to defend the Muslim community and to fight against the Hindus, because Hindu–Muslim conflict during Eid-ul-Azha on the cow slaughtering. Hindu–Muslim conflict can be assessed by the seven populous graveyards around Jallah Jeem and most of them are by name of martyrs, as Shehwan Shaheed, Gulchand Shaheed, Ibrahim Jatti Satti, etc. Names of mohallas, streets, sights, mandirs are signs of Hindus community as Giyan Thalla, Ghanaish Pura (Muhallah Usmania) etc.