Synonyms for vishwambhar or Related words with vishwambhar

vilikkunnu              swapnagal              chunilal              saramma              niranjavan              sukham              haradhan              ramanlal              subhra              gurunath              vitthalrao              poocha              veettil              shankarlal              sivarama              achuthan              kodumkattu              tryambak              sphodanam              dattatray              pustakom              vasudeo              hemalata              pillaiyo              sandarbham              shivram              iniyenkilum              sivachandran              aatmiyulu              sucheta              rasiklal              pitambar              patnam              karunanithi              neethi              jayarama              ramasami              mariyappa              shakunthala              shesham              lakshmipathi              manakkal              umashankar              chintaman              shubhangi              kuttikrishnan              dhruvasangamam              kusruthi              thankakudam              babanrao             



Examples of "vishwambhar"
Vishwambhar Dayalu Tripathi was a close associate of Subhas Chandra Bose. When Bose resigned as President of the Indian National Congress to form the Forward Bloc in 1939, Bose was its founding President, and Vishwambhar Dayalu Tripathi its founding Secretary.
The following is a list of awards given to Vishwambhar Dayal Awasthi:
The following is a list of the books authored by Vishwambhar Dayal Awasthi:
Vishwambhar Sharan Pathak (1926–2003) was a historian, Sanskrit scholar and an Indologist who authored several books.
Vishwambhar Dayalu Tripathi (born 5 October 1899, Died: 18 November 1959) was an Indian lawyer and politician.
There are two main libraries in the city which have good collection of books from diverse areas. One of them is Shri Vishwambhar Dayalu Tripathi District Library.
This college was founded in July 1968 by Vishwambhar Nath Dwivedi, President of college management committee in memory of freedom fighter Ram Swarup Gupta.
Vishwambhar Dayalu Tripathi was always in the forefront of the Indian independence struggle. He had a record of seven convictions for his political work.
Dr. Vishwambhar Dayal Awasthi is a Hindi writer and teacher. He is the retired Head of the Hindi Department, Atarra Degree College, Atarra, Banda, Uttar Pradesh. Dr. Awasthi was born in Piprahari (Banda), in a Brahmin family, and holds a PhD and a DLitt.
In 1946, Vishwambhar Dayalu Tripathi was elected to the Constituent Assembly that gave India its post-independence constitution. He was elected to the 1st and 2nd Lok Sabha in 1952 and 1957 from Unnao constituencey in Uttar Pradesh. He died on 18 November 1959.
Tripathi was born into a political family in Unnao, Uttar Pradesh, India. His grandfather, Pandit Vishwambhar Dayal Tripathi, was a prominent leader in India's independence movement, Member of the Constituent Assembly, and later of the Indian Parliament. His father, Krishna Dev Tripathi, was also a parliamentarian and an academic.
The ancestral origin of the Jaipur-Atrauli Gharana was said to be from Nath Vishwambhar, noted for setting to Raags the tunes of the shlokas in his puja. The great musician composer Swami Haridas was also born in this family and the great Tansen and Baiju were his pupils.