Synonyms for thilakam or Related words with thilakam

theerpu              poocha              raavukal              neeyum              marikkumo              paadum              idanilangal              savaal              njaan              sangili              varusham              raasa              abhinivesham              kudumba              geetham              bhaktha              varavu              veliye              bandhangal              vanadevatha              snehamulla              sonnal              anandam              ulladakkam              yudham              thathamme              sabash              sookshikkuka              swapnangal              vanthachu              gaanam              thedi              kattalai              madhuram              ammaye              vandha              kaattu              sundaran              ponnu              kanninum              meendum              samsaram              sabatham              iniyum              tharum              rahasyam              ninakku              kaakkum              pambaram              manassoru             

Examples of "thilakam"
Saraswathi is a woman separated from her husband. She and her daughter Thilakam take refuge in her sister's family in Tiruchi. Saraswathi wants her daughter Thilakam to be married to her brother Sekhar. But her uncle Sambasivam wants to marry Thilakam to a rich but old man in Bombay. Sambasivam's son Gunasekharan is against this plan and wants Thilakam to be married to Sekhar. Whether he succeeds in this, forms the plot of the story.
`Sree Thilakam'. Together with his wife, they ran a gurukulam where music flowed.
Thilakam is a Tamil language term meaning "pride". It may refer to:
Thilakam is a 2002 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Sasi Mohan, starring Jagathy Sreekumar and Jomol in the lead role.
He continued his literary pursuits until the end. On June 5, 1964 he died at his residence 'Sree Thilakam' surrounded by his
Thilakam is a Tamil language film released in 1960 with Prem Nazir and M. N. Rajam in the lead roles. It was directed by Krishnan–Panju, and produced by AVM Productions.
The show starred Devadarshini, Chetan, Sathish, Santhiya, Venkat, Raani, Vietnam Veedu Sundaram, Thilakshi, T. S. Raghavendar, Premi, V.R. Thilakam and among others, produced by Saregama and is directed by K. Shanmugam, R.P Marudhu and K.Shiva.
Several awards have adorned him since 1979 including the "Best Junior Violinist" award from Madras Music Academy. Later, several awards have followed suit to adore his artistic excellence. This includes Kerala State Sangeetha Nataka Academy Award, 2006, "Sangeetha Thilakam" title by Thiruvambadi Devaswom, Thrissur, in the year 2005, Kerala Statehoods Award and several more.
Oru Viral () is a 1965 Indian Tamil-language mystery film written and directed by C. M. V. Raman. The film stars Krishna Rao and Thengai Srinivasan in their acting debut, along with K. Kannan, Prem Anand, Pandarinath, Malaysia Radhika, V. R. Thilakam and Meenakumari.
It was remade in Telugu with dialogues written by B.T. Raghavacharya, under the banner of Mahalakshmi Studios. Baby Saroja, played the key role of Widow's Daughter and the other main characters are played by Arani Satyanarayana, Vangara, Kamala Kumari, Thilakam and S. Varalakshmi.
"Thilakam" was a popular stage play written by K. M. Narayanasami. A. V. Meiyappan, the founder and then-owner of AVM Productions, bought the film rights to the play and produced the film. His son Saravanan started his film production career with this film working as a "production executive". The film was remade in Hindi as "Bindiya" in the same year.
Actor Sripadhashankar ventured into film production with "Mangayar Thilakam" being one of his ventures. Since he was not financially strong, he sought the help of an enterprising bank clerk, A.C. Pillai, who helped complete the film providing funds. This film was based on a story "Vahininjiya Pangkadiya" and Sadasivabramham (noted Telugu screenwriter popularly known as ‘Katha’ Sivabramham). Well-known screenwriter and filmmaker Valampuri Somanathan, G. Ramakrishnan and D. Nagarajan wrote the script and dialogue.
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 Sambhavam", "Nokkethadhoorathu Kannum Nattu", "Vasthuhara" and "Dolar".
R. Muthuraman (1929–1981) was an Indian actor who appeared in Tamil language films. He was a leading Tamil actor during the 1960s and 1970s and was fondly called "Navarasa Thilakam". He paired with all the leading heroines of his time and acted in over a hundred films. Muthuraman's son Karthik is also a Tamil actor and politician, whose son Gautham Karthik is also an actor who made his debut in "Kadal" (2013).
He acted as Suppu, a simpleton in "Thenthoosi", a film that starred Gemini Ganesan in the lead role. He went to play a few major roles and many secondary roles in about 100 movies in the sixties and seventies. Although he was a player in an era dominated by stalwarts like MGR, Sivaji Ganesan and Gemini Ganesan, he made a name and place for himself as a popular supporting actor. This handsome and mature actor was known as Navarasa Thilakam.
After passing Sahithyashiromani examination from Sanskrit college Pattambi in 1932 he taught Malayalam and Sanskrit in various schools and colleges. After retirement from SreeKeralavarma College, Thrissur did research under University Grants Commission fellowship. He has also received the titles "Sahitya nipunan" "Pandita thilakam" and "Sahitya rathnam." In 1999 "Ezhuthachan Puraskaram" the highest literary honour of the Kerala Government was awarded to Pisharody. He died on March 20, 2004.
Mangaiyar Thilakam () is a 1955 Indian Tamil-language drama film directed by L. V. Prasad. The film was produced by Sripadhashankar under Vaidya films and stars Sivaji Ganesan and Padmini in the lead roles, while M. N. Rajam, S. V. Subbiah, K. A. Thangavelu and K. Sarangapani play pivotal roles. The film's soundtrack and background score were composed by S. Dakshinamurthi, while the lyrics for the songs were written by Kannadasan, Puratchidasan and Maruthakasi.
At a period when murder mysteries and detective stories were not exploited as genres in Tamil cinema, "Oru Viral" was a "surprise package", being made on a shoestring budget with artistes who were then newcomers or less popular. Krishna Rao and Thengai Srinivasan made their acting debut with this film, and the film's title became prefixed to Krishna Rao's name. Other supporting actors included K. Kannan, Prem Anand, Pandarinath, Malaysia Radhika, V. R. Thilakam and Meenakumari. Salvador Fernandez, also a newcomer, produced the film.
She gradually reduced her screen appearances. After some time, she resumed her career as a playback singer to sing many memorable songs in Telugu and Tamil. Although she has rendered songs in many genres and moods such as religious, romantic and dance, her strong point is sorrow and lullabies. The immortal song of "neela vaNNa kaNNa vaada, nee oru muttham thaadaa" in "Mangaiyar Thilakam" in Tamil and "Dharaniki Giri Bharama, Giriki Tharuvu Bharama, Taruvuku Kaaya Bharama, Kanipenche Talliki Pilla Bharama" in "Manchi Manasuku Manchi Rojulu" in Telugu languages is one of her best tunes.
N. Pandiyan (Natarajan Pandiyan) is the Chief consultant of Andrology and Reproductive Medicine, Head of the Department of Reproductive Medicine Chettinad Health City, Kelambakkam, Tamil Nadu. He is also the founder of the International Fertility Research Foundation (IFReF), a not for profit organization dedicated to promote research and an evidence-based management of infertility among specialists in the field A native of Peralam, Tamil Nadu, he was born to Neyyadupakkam Duraiswamy Natarajan and Thilakam Natarajan on 1 January 1953. In 1993, Pandiyan was considered as one of the only about ten gynaecologists in the world trained in the medical, surgical and Assisted Reproductive technology (A.R.T) management of infertile men and women