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TODI, a profound, delightful, soothing melody is the meLam No. 8 both in the sampUrNa, and the asaMpUrNa schemes of the karNATik music tradition. The precise name is hanumatODi in the sampUrNa paddhati, and the prefix “hanuma” is inserted to yield the meLam number 8, according to the kaTapayAdi nomenclature ((ha = 8, na =0, so hanu= 80, which when reversed gives 08).

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The Movie: Kitturu Chennamma (Kannada: ಕಿತ್ತೂರು ಚೆನ್ನಮ್ಮ) is a 1961 Indian historical drama film in Kannada language, directed and produced by B. R. Panthulu under his “Padmini Pictures” banner. It stars B. Saroja Devi as Kittur Chennamma,... Dec 18, 2016 · A folio from the “Tandan” Ragamala: Ragaputra Chandrakaya of Malkosa Basohli, Pahari region, North India, circa 1700 A couple seated on a dark blue carpet and playing pachisi, her left foot playfully extending into the margin, each wearing sumptuous robes and beaded jewellery inset with beetle wings, against a pale green background surrounded by red borders, identification inscriptions in ... Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code that criminalised “carnal intercourse against the order of nature”, usually interpreted as sodomy, was read down by the Delhi High Court in 2009. The Indian Supreme Court, in December 2013, overturned this judgment, effectually re-criminalising homosexuality. Dec 18, 2016 · A folio from the “Tandan” Ragamala: Ragaputra Chandrakaya of Malkosa Basohli, Pahari region, North India, circa 1700 A couple seated on a dark blue carpet and playing pachisi, her left foot playfully extending into the margin, each wearing sumptuous robes and beaded jewellery inset with beetle wings, against a pale green background surrounded by red borders, identification inscriptions in ...

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