Top 10 similar words or synonyms for shudda

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for shudda

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Maha Ganapathi Mahammaya Temple The Rathotsav or the Car Festival is celebrated by the temple on Margashira Shudda Navami (in November or December.) The important events during rathotsava include pete utsava of Mahaganapathi on Margashira Shudda Chauthi and Mahamaya on Margashira Shudda Ashtami, ratri utsava every night and okuli on Margashira Shudda Dashami.
Singarakonda Tirunallu will be performed every year on Palguna Shudda Pournima day since 1955. Hanumath Jayanthi will be performed every year on Vysakha Bahula Dasami day. This festival is very famous where people from all sections across the nearest districts come and participate.Electrically decorated Prabha's are very famous on this occasion.
Shri Katyayani Baneshwar Temple, Aversa The historical support of the Kharvi tribe at the time of need begun a grand ritual which is followed to this day. The Prasadam / Prasada Bhojana is served to seven families of the Kharvi community in front of the Shrine (Gudi) of Shree Grama Purusha on the full moon day in the month of ASHVINA (Ashvin Shudda Poornima). This is as a token of gratitude to the Kharvi community for their timely help.
Tattva (Shaivism) Tattvas are used to explain the creation and the existence of the Universe. They are usually divided into three groups: "Shudda", (pure) tattvas; "Shuddhashuddha" (pure-impure) tattvas; and "Ashuddha" (impure) tattvas. The pure tattvas describe internal aspects of the Absolute while the pure - impure tattvas describe the soul and its limitations. The impure tattvas include the universe and living beings that assist the existence of soul.
Ghati Subramanya Ghati Subramanya kannada (ಘಾಟಿ ಸುಬ್ರಮಣ್ಯ )is an ancient Hindu temple, situated on the outskirts of Bangalore near Tubagere, Doddaballapura. It is 60 km from the city and is a popular pilgrimage centre. The uniqueness of this temple is that the prime deity Lord Karthikeya, is found together with Lord Narasimha. According to mythology, both idols are believed to have emerged from the earth. It is also an important centre in South India for snake worship. Special rituals are performed during Brahmarathotsava, i.e., on the day of Pushya shudda Shashti. Narasimha Jayanti is the other major festival celebrated here.
Bangalore Karaga The Chaithra shudda chaturdashi after regular Poojaadi Kainkaryas the ladies of the community assemble and make Pongal Prasada to offer Adhishakthi Draupadi Devi. In the midnight 1 o'clock the Uthsavakarthas assemble in the temple Gantepoojari and his family members start Bharatha Purana Kathana apprising the powers of Draupadi Devi. After purana Kathana during Arundodhaya the Pongal seva pooja will be offered to Adhishakthi Draupadi Devi. This Uthsava will be dominated by ladies. They believe that goddess Draupadi will be pleased for their seva and bless them and their family.
Bidaram Krishnappa Bidaram Krishnappa was a Konkani-speaking Gowda Saraswath Brahmin and a native of Nandalike in modern Udupi district, Karnataka. When he was a boy he had a chance encounter with a rich businessman who loved music. This happened when hungry Krishnappa, who came from a poor family, was singing a devotional song ("devaranama") in a local temple. Impressed with his voice, the merchant sponsored Krishnappa to train under the guidance of a musician called Ramaswamy. He later came under the influence of Tammayya and Veena Sheshanna. Bidaram Krishnappa is credited with having popularised the singing of Kannada "devaranama" on stage. He adapted certain concepts of Hindustani music into his Carnatic compositions. For his scholarship in music, he earned the titles "Shudda Swaracharya", "Pallavi Krishnappa" and "Gana Visharada". One of his disciples, T. Chowdiah, went on to become a music legend. Krishnappa was most famous for writing and rendering "devaranama" and "kirtans".
Musicians of the Kingdom of Mysore Bidaram Krishnappa was a Konkani Brahmin and a native of Nandalike in modern Udupi district, Karnataka. When he was a boy he had a chance encounter with a rich businessman who loved music. This happened when hungry Krishnappa, who came from a poor family, was singing a devotional song ("devaranama") in a local temple. Impressed with his voice, the merchant sponsored Krishnappa to train under the guidance of a musician called Ramaswamy. He later came under the influence of Tammayya and Veena Sheshanna. Bidaram Krishnappa is credited with having popularised the singing of Kannada "devaranama" on stage. He adapted certain concepts of Hindustani music into his Carnatic compositions. For his scholarship in music, he earned the titles "Shudda Swaracharya", "Pallavi Krishnappa" and "Gana Visharada". One of his disciples, T. Chowdiah, went on to become a music legend. Krishnappa was most famous for writing and rendering "devaranama" and "kirtans".