Synonyms for veerapandiyan or Related words with veerapandiyan

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Examples of "veerapandiyan"
Veerapandiyan was born to Jagaveera Kattabomman and Arumugattammal on 3 January 1760. Veerapandiyan was called ‘Karuthaiah’. and had two younger brothers Dalavai Kumarasami and Duraisingam. On 2 February 1790, Veerapandiyan became the ruler of Panchalankurichi.
Soora Samhaaram (English: Vanquishing) is a 1988 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by Chitra Lakshmanan starring Kamal Haasan in the role of police officer, ACP Athi Veerapandiyan. The story, screenplay and dialogues were written by Vietnam Veedu Sundaram.
Veerapandiyan is a 1987 Indian Tamil film, directed by Karthik Raghunath and produced by Durai. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Vijayakanth, Raadhika and Jaishankar in lead roles. The film had musical score by Shankar Ganesh.
Avathara Purushan is a 1996 Tamil drama film directed by Pandiyan Arivali. The film features Ranjith, Anand and Sivaranjani in lead roles, with Goundamani, Senthil, Vivek, Veerapandiyan, Thalaivasal Vijay and Kavitha and Karikalan playing supporting roles. The film, produced by A. Jagannanthan and Kasthuri Ananth, had musical score by Sirpy and was released on 28 June 1996.
Anand (Ranjith) takes care of the baby. Anand (Ranjith) thinks that the rapist is Anand (Anand). Both Anand fight among themselves but they turn out to be innocents in this affair. In the meantime, Vaishali befriends with Raja (Veerapandiyan). What transpires later forms the crux of the story.
There are other theories, claiming that the Pandyan spies were involved in the death of Aditya II and he was assassinated to avenge the death of Veerapandiyan in the battle of Chevur. There are however no direct evidence to support this theory. One of the inscriptions found at Udayarpatti temple in Tamil Nadu of Rajaraja notes that the property of some persons were confiscated as punishment for their involvement in the plot.
There are a number of stone inscriptions in the temple. The most important of them are those Veerapandiyan who regained about 950 and those of Rajendran I and Kulothunga Chola I. The inscriptions of Maravarma Sundara Pandiyan refer to the Lord as "Woodayar" and "Wodeyanayanar" and the Goddess as "Nachiar". From the inscriptions of Kulasekkara Pandiyan we learn that he defeated the Chera, Chola and Hoysala kings and built the outer walls of the temple with the war booty.
There are several inscriptions available in the temple and referring to the Chidambaram temple in neighbouring areas. Most inscriptions available pertain to the periods of Cholas - Rajaraja Chola I (985-1014 CE), Rajendra Chola I (1012-1044 CE), Kulothunga Chola I (1070-1120 CE), Vikrama Chola (1118-1135 CE), Rajadhiraja Chola II (1163 -1178 CE), Kulothunga Chola III (1178-1218 CE) and Rajaraja Chola III (1216-1256 CE). Pandya inscriptions date from Thribhuvana Chakravarthi Veerapandiyan, Jataavarman Thribhuvana Chakravarthi Sundarapaandiyan (1251-1268 CE) and Maaravarman Thribhuvana Chakravarthi Veerakeralanaagiya Kulashekara Pandiyan (1268-1308 CE). Pallava inscriptions are available for king Avani Aala Pirandhaan Ko-pperum-Singha (1216-1242 CE). Vijayanagara Kings mentioned in inscriptions are Veeraprathaapa Kiruttina Theva Mahaaraayar (1509-1529 CE), Veeraprathaapa Venkata Deva Mahaaraayar, Sri Ranga Theva Mahaaraayar, Atchyutha Deva Mahaaraayar (1529-1542 CE) and Veera Bhooopathiraayar. One of the inscriptions from the descendant of Cheramaan Perumal Nayanar, Ramavarma Maharaja has been found.
Most inscriptions available pertain to the periods of Cholas - Rajaraja Chola I (985-1014 CE), Rajendra Chola I (1012-1044 CE), Kulothunga Chola I (1070-1120 CE), Vikrama Chola (1118-1135 CE), Rajadhiraja Chola II (1163 -1178 CE), Kulothunga Chola III (1178-1218 CE) and Rajaraja Chola III (1216-1256 CE). Pandya inscriptions date from Thribhuvana Chakravarthi Veerapandiyan, Jataavarman Thribhuvana Chakravarthi Sundarapaandiyan (1251-1268 CE) and Maaravarman Thribhuvana Chakravarthi Veerakeralanaagiya Kulashekara Pandiyan (1268-1308 CE). Pallava inscriptions are available for king Avani Aala Pirandhaan Ko-pperum-Singha (1216-1242 CE). Vijayanagara Kings mentioned in inscriptions are Veeraprathaapa Kiruttina Theva Mahaaraayar (1509-1529 CE), Veeraprathaapa Venkata Deva Mahaaraayar, Sri Ranga Theva Mahaaraayar, Atchyutha Deva Mahaaraayar (1529-1542 CE) and Veera Bhooopathiraayar. One of the inscriptions from the descendant of Cheramaan Perumal nayanar, Ramavarma Maharaja has been found.
Vijayakanth was booked in "Inikkum Ilamai" (1979), his first film where he acted in villain role which was directed by M. A. Kaja. After several films unsuccessful, he then had a success with "Doorathu Idi Muzhakkam" (1980), the film was screened at the Indian Panorama of the International Film Festival of India and "Sattam Oru Iruttarai" (1981) directed by S. A. Chandrasekhar. His career took off and was remade in Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada language. After this film, Vijayakanth became one of the leading actors of Tamil cinema. He acted in various hits such as like "Vaidhegi Kaathirunthaal" (1984). This year, Vijayakanth's films released 18 movies, this is a record and the only Tamil actor who has released all his films in one year in the lead role. He acted in "Annai Bhoomi 3D" (1985), the first film 3D made in Tamil film industry. He co-starred with Kannada superstar Vishnuvardhan in "Eetti" (1985) and Tamil actor Sathyaraj in role of villain. The romantic comedy movie "Naane Raja Naane Mandhiri" (1985), who he is a self-centred egoistic village Jamindar who makes fun of people was a commercial success. He acted in "Amman Kovil Kizhakale" (1986), which earned a Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Tamil and was a commercial success. He also acted in "Manakanakku" (1986) "the only film where Kamal Haasan and Vijayakanth worked together till date", followed by drama movie "Oomai Vizhigal" (1986) which is a blockbuster. It was one of the trendsetters of the 1980s Tamil cinema portraying the role of a cop for a change an aged cop, though he had a small screen time in this multi-starrer he gave a powerful performance. He co-starred with the Legend Tamil film actor Sivaji Ganesan in "Veerapandiyan" (1987), this was followed by "Cooliekkaran" (1987), "Veeran Veluthambi" (1987) and "Ninaive Oru Sangeetham" (1987) which were successful hit movies. He worked in the movies like "Therkathi Kallan" (1988), "Poonthotta Kaavalkaaran" (1988) which earned him a Cinema Express Award for Best Actor – Tamil and "Senthoora Poove" (1988) which won him a Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actor and was declared a blockbuster. He also starred two of the super hits of the year "Paattukku Oru Thalaivan" (1989) and "Ponmana Selvan" (1989) followed by a crime movie "Rajanadai" (1989) and a devotional film "Meenakshi Thiruvilayadal" (1989) at the end of the year.