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Sunday, January 30, 2011

Surabhi Kamalabai

Surabhi Kamalabai (1913 - 1977) is a Telugu drama and film actress. She has the distinction of first Telugu heroine in the Talky film Bhakta Prahlada (1931 film) directed by H. M. Reddy. She played the role of Leelavathi, the wife of Hiranyakasipa.Since then she acted about 30 films including Savitri, Patala Bhairavi (1951), Malliswari (1951), Illarikam (1959), Velugu Needalu (1961).

She belongs to the well esteemed Surabhi group of drama company, in whom drama is not only livelihood and also a profession and an art form. There were about 50 families during the 1920s to 1950s in Andhra Pradesh. They tour different places and stay for some time and give chain of program mes in the nearby towns. Her birth is really happened in a dramatic fashion. Her mother while playing the role of pregnant Leelavathi carrying Prahlada and really gave birth to Kamala on stage.

Friday, January 28, 2011

Nightingale of the South India

K. S. Chithra was born into a family of musicians. Her father late Krishnan Nair was a well-known singer of yesteryears. His encouragement, single-minded dedication in giving me all the necessary training in my childhood days helped me a lot to develop into a playback artiste. Earlier lessons in music were given by my father himself.

K. S. Chithra  is a six time National Film Award winning playback singer who has made her mark in the Indian (film) music playback industry. Known as the Nightingale of South India, she has lent her voice to Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Oriya, Hindi, Assamese and Bengali films. 

The Kerala government has heaped upon her the best playback singer award more than 12 times and she has the unique distinction of being the first female singer in the history of South Indian film playback singing to be honoured by all the four southern state governments as the best playback singer.

Chithra’s voice is unrivaled by anyone in the history, the present day, or the future of our planet’s history.The Angel of  A famous comedian once said "This man has "NO PIER" (Referring to Fred Astair) Well this applies to K. S. Chithra. Her voice can lift you up to the heaven.

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Thursday, January 27, 2011

Saina Nehwal---The Hero for Sports- 2010

Saina Nehwal (born March 17, 1990) is an Indian Khel Ratna badminton player currently ranked number 4 in the world by Badminton World Federation.Saina is the first Indian woman to reach the singles quarterfinals at the Olympics and the first Indian to win the World Junior Badminton Championships. Saina Nehwal made history on June 21, 2009, becoming the first Indian to win a Super Series tournament, by clinching the Indonesia Open with a stunning victory over higher-ranked Chinese Wang Lin in Jakarta.

Saina won her second career Super Series title by winning the Singapore Open title on June 20, 2010. She completed a hat-trick in the same year by winning the Indonesian Open on June 27, 2010. This win resulted in her rise to 3rd ranking and subsequently to No. 2. Later in the same year she also won Hong Kong Super Series on December 12, 2010.

Previously coached by S. M. Arif, a Dronacharya Award winner, Saina is the reigning Indian national junior champion and is currently coached by Indonesian badminton legend Atik Jauhari since August 2008,with the former All England champion and national coach Pullela Gopichand being her mentor.

Having created history at the Indonesian Open on June 21 2009 by becoming the first Indian to lay claim to a Super Series crown, Saina's success graph hit a new high.  Gold medalist Saina Nehwal of India holds up her medal on the podium after the women's singles final badminton event of the XIX Commonwealth Games at the Siri Fort sports complex in New Delhi on October 14, 2010. 

Saina was born in Hisar, Haryana and has spent her entire life in Hyderabad, India. Her foray into the world of badminton was influenced by her father Dr. Harvir Singh, a scientist at the Directorate of Oilseeds Research, Hyderabad and her mother Usha Nehwal, both of whom were former badminton champions in Haryana. She is the top ranked player (women) in Indian Badminton history.

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011


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She gave equal importance to Studies n Cultural Activities like Dance.Her Mother desire to see her as dancer came true.
So friends lets Congratulate her for her success n Wish her All The Best.Lets feel proud of this.

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Monday, January 24, 2011

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India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said that the record-breaking Indian-American astronaut Sunita Williams was a "role model" for Indian children and a "Source of Inspiration" for the country's woman. Speaking to the astronaut over the phone, Singh told Williams that, "India feels proud of her unique achievement, even though she was a US citizen, and her contribution to the human quest for a better understanding of the Universe." 

The 42-year-old Williams, born to an Indian immigrant and an American mother, broke the world record for the longest stay by a woman in space, carrying out research at the International Space Station for 195 days.

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Rocking 'Lady Director'

In the world of International Cinema, Lady Director's are at par with their male counterparts and are paving ways to win Oscar and other awards. When it comes to Telugu Circuit, ladies donning the captain's cap can be counted on fingers. Only Vijaya Nirmala and B.Jaya succeeded in handling movies, by sitting in the hot-chair.

At this point, this young lady director Nandini Reddy proved her mettle with her debut flick, is the industry talk now. Apparently, Nandini's first flick titled 'Ala Modalaindi' released today and evoked a positive and productive response. With Nani and Nitya Menon in the leads, Nandini managed to cross the mark with her unique way of narrative style. Those who have watched the film are not getting a feel that Nandini is the first time director. Congrats and good luck Nandini
"Umpteen times people have asked me if I'm gonna make gender specific or offbeat cinema but I repeat I don't want to be another Mira Nair, my sensibilities are totally commercial. The attitude towards women directors changed when Farah Khan made a success of a mainstream cinema and I'm sure I'll have my moment too," says Nandini Reddy, the bubbly, plain-speaking and super confident newest director in the Telugu film industry whose film 'Ala Modalaindi' is due for release next month.

Like any other fickle-minded person, Nandini Reddy flitted about her thoughts of pursuing a career from prawn culturing, advertising, Civils to medicine, engineering and after managing to confuse everyone at home she completed her Masters in International Politics before jumping as a clap assistant to Gunnam Gangaraju for 'Little Soldiers'. She giggles, "It is like eating dal and chilli chicken together but I guess I was destined to be here. My roommate recollects that I would wake up saying lights camera action!"

It wasn't a dream start for the ebullient young lady who was looking to make a film, people didn't take the English speaking woman too kindly and had their own apprehensions that she could be a rich kid wanting to spend some time on the sets or aspiring to do some soft movie for melodrama loving audience. Ramya Krishna recommended her to Krishna Vamsi and she worked for his films from Chandralekha to Khadgam and assimilated and absorbed every point of filmmaking like a sponge until he reminded her that she needs to move and make her own movie.

So how did she feel working with 115 men on the sets, was there any taunting and snide remarks? Nandini says that she was never conscious about being a woman and that she was too absent minded to worry about trivial stuff. There was a time when Krishna Vamsi pushed her too hard and she broke down, he even said that it wasn't the place for a woman to be but all that was to drive her to bring out the best. From Gunnam Gangaraju's perfection with a bound script to Krishna Vamsi's spontaneity and brilliance she had learn't it all.

When things weren't moving here, she went to Mumbai and narrated her script 'My Best Friend's Wedding' and finalized the project with Karisma Kapoor and Sonali Bendre when Manish Malhotra who was working as a designer to Yash Chopras informed Karisma that 'Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai' had an identical plot. Nandini had to drop the project. There were times when her morale was down and she joined World Space Radio as a RJ. Nandini avers, "When I was wanting to make a film I was in a dilemma, I asked Krishna Vamsi on what sort of story I need to write and he said write something that you would ideally like to see on screen and that's exactly what I did."

Nandini is very optimistic, she has ventured into a domain that has been essentially male dominated. Jeevitha and Vijaya Nirmala had the backing of the industry but this young lady from Erramanzil Colony doesn't have names to drop or boast about from anyone who's remotely connected to Telugu cinema. She says, "I've created an entertaining film, my kind of movie and am raring to make my next once this releases."
What about her single status, don't her people bug her about marriage? "They do ask and I say am getting married next week," she guffaws and signs off.

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Saturday, January 22, 2011

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Friday, January 21, 2011

Amrutham Title Song

Amrutham Title Song

వంటింటి చిట్కాలు

వంటింటి చిట్కాలు

కాలీప్లవర్ కి పురుగుల బెడద హెచ్చు. ముక్కలు కోసి వేడినీళ్ళలో 2 నిముషాలు ఉంచితే పురుగులు చచ్చి పైకి తేలిపోతాయి లేదా గిన్నెనీటిలో కొంచెం వెనిగార్న్ కలిపి ముక్కలను వేసినా పురుగులు పైక వచ్చేస్తాయి.

నిమ్మకాయలు ప్రిజ్లో ఉంచి నిలువ పెట్టే కన్నా వాటిని ఒక పాత్రలో కొంచెం చల్లని నీరు పోసి దాచి ఉంచితే వడలిపోవు ఐతే పాత్రలో నీరు మాత్రం రోజూ మారుస్తూ ఉండాలి.

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Thursday, January 20, 2011

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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

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Female Bravery in India

Lakshmi Bai, the Rani (Queen) of Jhansi (c.19 November 1835 – 17 June 1858) known as Jhansi Ki Rani, or the queen of the Jhansi, was one of the leading figures of the Indian Rebellion of 1857, and a symbol of resistance to British rule in India. She was the queen of the Maratha-ruled princely state of Jhansi, which is situated in the northern part of India. She has gone down in Indian history as the firebrand who began the Indian Revolution against British Colonialism, and is one of the most famous women freedom fighters of India.

Originally named Manikarnika at birth nicknamed Manu, she was born on 19 November 1835 at Kashi (Varanasi) to a Maharashtrian Marathi Karhade Brahmin family as the daughter of Moropant Tambe and Bhagirathibai Tambe. She was also known as Chhabili by the Peshwa of Bithur because of her jolly ways. She lost her mother at the age of four. She was educated at home. Her father Moropant Tambe worked at the court of Peshwa at Bithur. The Peshwa of Bithur brought her up like his own daughter. The younger daughter of Peshwa Bajirao, Prachi, was influenced by Laxmi Bai.

Because of her father's influence at court, Rani Lakshmi Bai had more independence than most women, who were normally restricted to the zenana. She studied self defence, horsemanship, archery, and even formed her own army out of her female friends at court.

She was married to Raja Gangadhar Rao Newalkar, the Maharaja of Jhansi in 1842, and became the queen of Jhansi. After their marriage, she was given the name Lakshmi Bai. Rani Lakshmi Bai gave birth to a son Damodar Rao in 1851. However, the child died when he was about four months old. After the death of their son, the Raja and Rani of Jhansi adopted Anand Rao. Anand Rao was the son of Gangadhar Rao's cousin. However, it is said that the Raja of Jhansi never recovered from his son's death, and he died on 21 November 1853.

Because Anand Rao was adopted and not biologically related to the Raja, the East India Company, under Governor-General Lord Dalhousie, was able to install the Doctrine of Lapse, rejecting Rao's claim to the throne. Dalhousie then annexed Jhansi, saying that the throne had become "lapsed" and thus put Jhansi under his "protection". In March 1854, the Rani was given a pension of 60,000 rupees and ordered to leave the palace at the Jhansi fort.

While this was happening in Jhansi, on the May 10, 1857 the Sepoy (soldier) Mutiny of India started in Meerut. This would become the starting point for the rebellion against the British.(though,the Vellore Mutiny was the first instance of a large-scale and violent mutiny by Indian sepoys against the British East India Company,) It began after rumours that the new bullet casings for the Lee Enfield rifles were coated with pork / beef fat, pigs being taboo to Muslims and cows sacred to Hindus and thus forbidden to eat. British commanders insisted on their use and started to discipline anyone who disobeyed. During this rebellion many British soldiers and officers of the East India Company were killed by the sepoys. The British wanted to end the rebellion quickly.

Meanwhile, unrest began to spread throughout India and, in May 1857, the Indian Mutiny erupted in numerous pockets across the northern subcontinent. During this chaotic time, the British were forced to focus their attentions elsewhere, and Lakshmi Bai was essentially left to rule Jhansi alone. During this time, her qualities were repeatedly demonstrated as she was able swiftly and efficiently to lead her troops against skirmishes breaking out in Jhansi. Through this leadership Lakshmi Bai was able to keep Jhansi relatively calm and peaceful in the midst of the Empire’s unrest.For example-The Rani conducted the haldi-kumkum ceremony with great pomp for all the women of Jhansi to provide assurance to her subjects and to convince them that Jhansi was under no threat of an attack.

Up to this point, she had been hesitant to rebel against the British, and there is still some controversy over her role in the massacre of the British HEIC officials and their wives and children on the 8th June 1857 at Jokhan Bagh. Her hesitation finally ended when British troops arrived under Sir Hugh Rose and laid siege to Jhansi on 23 March 1858. Rani Laxmibai with her faithful warriors decided not to surrender. The fighting continued for about two weeks. Shelling on Jhansi was very fierce. In the Jhansi army, women were also carrying ammunition and were supplying file food to the soldiers. Rani Lakshmi Bai was very active. She herself was inspecting the defense of the city. She rallied her troops around her and fought fiercely against the British. An army of 20,000, headed by the rebel leader Tatya Tope, was sent to relieve Jhansi and to take Lakshmi Bai to freedom. However, the British, though numbering only 1,540 in the field so as not to break the siege, were better trained and disciplined than the “raw recruits,” and these inexperienced soldiers turned and fled shortly after the British began to attack on 31st March. Lakshmi Bai’s forces could not hold out and three days later the British were able to breach the city walls and capture the city. Yet Lakshmi Bai escaped over the wall at night and fled from her city, surrounded by her guards, many of whom were from her women’s military.

Along with the young Anand Rao, the Rani decamped to Kalpi along with her forces where she joined other rebel forces, including those of Tatya Tope. The Rani and Tantya Tope moved on to Gwalior, where the combined rebel forces defeated the army of the Maharaja of Gwalior after his armies deserted the rebel forces. They then occupied a strategic fort at Gwalior. However, on the second day of fighting, on 18 June 1858, the Rani died.

She died on 17 June 1858 during the battle for Gwalior with 8th Hussars that took place in Kotah-Ki-Serai near Phool Bagh area of Gwalior. She donned warrior's clothes and rode into battle to save Gwalior Fort, about 120 miles west of Lucknow in what is now the state of Uttar Pradesh. The British captured Gwalior three days later. In the report of the battle for Gwalior, General Hugh Rose commented that the Rani, "remarkable for her beauty, cleverness and perseverance", had been "the most dangerous of all the rebel leaders".

However, the lack of a corpse to be convincingly identified as the Rani convinced Captain Rheese of the so called "bravest" regiment that she had not actually perished in the battle for Gwalior, stating publicly that:"[the] Queen of Jhansi is alive!".It is believed her funeral was arranged on the same day near the spot where she was wounded.

Because of her bravery, courage, and wisdom, and her progressive views on women's empowerment in 19th century India, and due to her sacrifices, she became an icon of the Indian independence movement. The Rani was memorialized in bronze statues at both Jhansi and Gwalior, both of which portray her on horseback.

Her father, Moropant Tambey, was captured and hanged a few days after the fall of Jhansi. Her adopted son, Damodar Rao (formerly known as Anand Rao), fled with his mother's aides. Rao was later given a pension by the British Raj and cared for, although he never received his inheritance. Damodar Rao settled down in the city of Indore (Madhya Pradesh). He spent most of his life trying convince the British to restore some of his rights. He and his descendants took on the last name Jhansiwale. He died on May 28, 1906, aged 58.

Rani Lakshmi Bai became a national heroine and was seen as the epitome of female bravery in India. When Subhas Chandra Bose's Indian National Army created its first female unit, it was named after her.Rani Lakshmi Bai was the queen of the princely state of Jhansi, which is located on the northern side of India. She was one of the most leading personalities of the first war of India's independence that started in 1857. In this article, we will present you with the biography of Rani Lakshmibai, who was an epitome of bravery and courage.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011


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Daggubati Purandeswari  is a member of the 14th Lok Sabha of India. She represents the Bapatla constituency of Andhra Pradesh and is a member of the Indian National Congress. She is also the daughter N.T. Rama Rao, actor and founder of the Telugu Desam political party. She did Bachelor of Arts from South Indian Educational Trust and Women College (Chennai), followed by a short course in gemmology at the Gemmological Institute of India[1]. She is Minister of State in the Ministry of Human Resource Development.

Daggubati Purandareswari (Telugu: దగ్గుబాటి పురంధరేశ్వరి; born 22 April 1959) is an Indian politician from the state of Andhra Pradesh. She is a member of the Indian National Congress where she represents the Visakhapatnam constituency of Andhra Pradesh in 15th Lok Sabha of India. She had previously represented the Bapatla constituency in the 14th Lok Sabha, during which period she served as Minister of State in the Ministry of Human Resource Development.
She has a Bachelor of Arts from the South Indian Educational Trust and Women College (Chennai) (renamed as the Bashir Ahmed Sayeed College for Women), followed by a short course in gemmology at the Gemmological Institute of India.

Purandeswari is married with Daggubati Venkateswara Rao, an Ex-Minister, Ex-Member of Cabinet and Current Member of Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly representing Parchoor constituency in Prakasham District. She is the daughter of Late N.T. Ramarao and sister of Telugu film actor Balakrishna.


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