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Subba Rao. Rao was offered his first lead antagonist role by Vijaya Pictures. They have three children: two daughters and Prameela and a son, Koteswara Rao. Rao had a cardiac arrest at Hyderabad in February , he was admitted to Osmania General Hospital , discharged.
Another attack on 18 July at Chennai proved fatal and the actor died before any medical treatment could be administered. In , he received the Padma Shri award, India's fourth highest civilian award for his contribution to Indian cinema. According to The Hindu and The Indian Express , Ghantasala was "Such a divine talent and with his songs he could move the hearts of the people.
Ranga Rao called "the most majestic voice", Ghantasala helped Telugu film music develop its own distinct character which remains unparalleled", he is referred to as the " Gaana Gandharva " for musical skills.
Ghantasala performed in the United States and Germany , for the United Nations Organisation ; the government of Andhra Pradesh marked the occasion of 25 years of his film career as Silver Jubilee Celebrations of Ghantasala in Hyderabad on 1 February More than 30, people attended the function held at Hyderabad. Ghantasala continues to be popular. Statutes of his likeness have been installed across Andhra Pradesh ; every year, the anniversaries of his death are celebrated in India and overseas. Ghantasala was born in into a Telugu speaking Brahmin family of Soorayya Ghantasala, a professional singer in Chowtapalli, a village in Gudivada taluk of Krishna District.
During his childhood, Ghantasala used to dance to his father's Tarangams, his father died when Ghantasala was a child, he was brought up by his maternal uncle. Ghantasala participated in the Quit India Movement of , for which he was arrested and imprisoned for 18 months at the Alipore Jail , Bellary.
After leaving jail, he met Samudrala Raghavacharya , who advised him to try his luck in the film industry as a singer. Ghantasala married Savitri. In that village, Ghantasala met lyricist Samudrala Raghavacharya, impressed with his voice and inducted him into the Madras film industry. Before Ghantasala found fame, he was an accomplished Carnatic music singer.
Ghantasala's first break as a singer came from All India Radio. Ghantasala debuted as a chorus singer and for a character role in Seeta Rama Jananam by Pratibha Films.
After this, he worked with well-known music directors C. Ghantasala's first film as a music director was Laxmamma, he introduced the technique of changing the vocal pitch and diction to suit the actor singing the songs.
Ghantasala was peerless at Padyam renderings and his way with the Telugu padyam was incomparable. Producer Krishnaveni gave Ghantasala his first job as full-time music director for her film Mana Desam , N.
Rama Rao's first film, it established Ghantasala as a music composer-cum-playback singer. He was the most prolific film playback singer in Telugu cinema until the mids. Ghantasala directed the music for a Hindi film Jhandaa ooncha Rahe Hamara; the song "Siva Sankari " from the film Jagadeka Veeruni Katha believed to be one of the most challenging songs from classical hindusthani and carnatic style was sung by Ghantasala in a single take. Ghantasala served as the Aaasthana Gaayaka for the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams , he recorded private albums, including Bhagawad Gita , Patriotic Songs, Padyalu—a unique genre of Telugu , singing the verses in dramatic style—Pushpa Vilapam and folk songs.
His recording of "Bhagawad Gita", which he directed and sang, can now be heard daily in the Tirumala temple.
According to music director Pendyala Nageswara Rao and playback singer P Susheela , " Ghantasala alone is the foremost among playback singers who had a full-fledged melodious powerful voice range which could accommodate in uniformity, all the three octaves in music quite comfortably".
Pendyala Nageswara Rao channelled Ghantasala's classical musical knowledge and skills in classical renditions and in Telugu films including siva sankari from film Jagadekaveeruni Katha, Rasika Raja taguvaramu kama from film Jayabheri , Syamala Dandakam — Manikya Veena from film Mahakavi Kalidasu.
Pendyala said. Ghantasala died on 11 February , two months after his 51st birthday, due to cardiac arrest at a hospital in Chennai; the last song he recorded was for a documentary — Bhadrachala Ramadasu Vaibhavam from the hospital bed the day before his death.
The Indian government released a postage stamp and first day cover to celebrate Ghantasala's work on 11 February , he is the first movie singer-composer of the south to be accorded this honour. Various awards named after Ghantasala are given every year, including the "Ghantasala melody king award". Recipients of this award include playback sing N.
He is regarded as one of the best actors of Indian cinema. Prasad in , he gained popularity in the s when he became well known for his portrayals of Hindu deities Krishna and Rama , roles which have made him a " messiah of the masses".
He became known for portraying antagonistic characters and Robin Hood-esque hero characters in films. In total, he starred in films, has become one of the most prominent figures in the history of Telugu cinema. Besides Telugu, he has acted in a few Tamil films. Recognised for his portrayal of mythological characters, NTR was one of the leading method actors of Indian cinema, He was referred to in the media as Viswa Vikhyatha Nata Sarvabhouma, he was awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India in , recognizing his contribution to Indian cinema.
After his career in films, NTR entered politics. He founded the Telugu Desam Party in and served three tumultuous terms as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh between and , he was known as an advocate of Andhra Pradesh's distinct cultural identity, distinguishing it from the erstwhile Madras State with which it was associated.
At the national level, he was instrumental in the formation of the National Front , a coalition of non-Congress parties which governed India from until Rao was born on 28 May in Nimmakuru , a small village in Gudivada taluk of Krishna District , a part of the erstwhile Madras Presidency of British India , he was born to a farming couple, Nandamuri Lakshmaiah and Venkata Ramamma, but was given in adoption to his paternal uncle. Janaka was the king of Mithila. Overwhelmed with joy, the king regarded the child as a "miraculous gift of god".
The child was named Sita, the Sanskrit word for furrow. Sita grew up to be a girl of unparalleled beauty and charm. The king had decided that who ever could lift and wield the heavy bow, presented to his ancestors by Shiva, could marry Sita. Sage Vishwamitra takes Rama and Lakshmana to Mithila to show the bow. Then Rama desires to lift it and goes on to wield the bow and when he draws the string, it breaks. The weddings are celebrated with great festivity in Mithila and the marriage party returns to Ayodhya.
Rama leaving for fourteen years of exile from Ayodhya After Rama and Sita have been married for twelve years, an elderly Dasharatha expresses his desire to crown Rama, to which the Kosala assembly and his subjects express their support. On the eve of the great event, Kaikeyi — her jealousy aroused by Manthara, a wicked maidservant — claims two boons that Dasharatha had long ago granted her.
Kaikeyi demands Rama to be exiled into the wilderness for fourteen years, while the succession passes to her son Bharata. The heartbroken king, constrained by his rigid devotion to his given word, accedes to Kaikeyi's demands. Rama accepts his father's reluctant decree with absolute submission and calm self-control which characterises him throughout the story.
He is joined by Sita and Lakshmana. When he asks Sita not to follow him, she says, "the forest where you dwell is Ayodhya for me and Ayodhya without you is a veritable hell for me.
Meanwhile, Bharata who was on a visit to his maternal uncle, learns about the events in Ayodhya. He requests Rama to return and rule. But Rama, determined to carry out his father's orders to the letter, refuses to return before the period of exile.
However, Bharata carries Rama's sandals and keeps them on the throne, while he rules as Rama's regent.
Painting by Raja Ravi Varma After thirteen years of exile, Rama, Sita and Lakshmana journey southward along the banks of river Godavari, where they build cottages and live off the land. At the Panchavati forest they are visited by a rakshasi named Surpanakha, sister of Ravana. She tries to seduce the brothers and, after failing, attempts to kill Sita.
Lakshmana stops her by cutting off her nose and ears.
Hearing of this, her brother Khara organises an attack against the princes. Rama defeats Khara and his raskshasas. When the news of these events reach Ravana, he resolves to destroy Rama by capturing Sita with the aid of the rakshasa Maricha. Maricha, assuming the form of a golden deer, captivates Sita's attention. Entranced by the beauty of the deer, Sita pleads with Rama to capture it. Rama, aware that this is the ploy of the demons, cannot dissuade Sita from her desire and chases the deer into the forest, leaving Sita under Lakshmana's guard.
After some time, Sita hears Rama calling out to her; afraid for his life, she insists that Lakshmana rush to his aid. Lakshmana tries to assure her that Rama is invincible and that it is best if he continues to follow Rama's orders to protect her. On the verge of hysterics, Sita insists that it is not she but Rama who needs Lakshmana's help.
He obeys her wish but stipulates that she is not to leave the cottage or entertain any stranger. He draws a chalk outline, the Lakshmana rekha, around the cottage and casts a spell on it that prevents anyone from entering the boundary but allows people to exit.
Unaware of her guest's plan, Sita is tricked into leaving the rekha and is then forcibly carried away by Ravana. At Lanka, Sita is kept under the guard of rakshasis. Ravana asks Sita to marry him, but she refuses, being eternally devoted to Rama.
Meanwhile, Rama and Lakshmana learn about Sita's abduction from Jatayu and immediately set out to save her. During their search, they meet Kabandha and the ascetic Shabari, who direct them towards Sugriva and Hanuman.
To the left, Vali lies dying. Kishkindha Kanda is set in the ape Vanara citadel Kishkindha. Rama and Lakshmana meet Hanuman, the biggest devotee of Rama, greatest of ape heroes and an adherent of Sugriva, the banished pretender to the throne of Kishkindha. Rama befriends Sugriva and helps him by killing his elder brother Vali thus regaining the kingdom of Kishkindha, in exchange for helping Rama to recover Sita.
However Sugriva soon forgets his promise and spends his time in enjoying his powers. The clever former ape queen Tara wife of Vali calmly intervenes to prevent an enraged Lakshmana from destroying the ape citadel. She then eloquently convinces Sugriva to honour his pledge. Sugriva then sends search parties to the four corners of the earth, only to return without success from north, east and west. The southern search party under the leadership of Angada and Hanuman learns from a vulture named Sampati elder brother of Jatayu , that Sita was taken to Lanka.
Sundara Kanda Ravana is meeting Sita at Ashokavana. Hanuman is seen on the tree. Sundara Kanda forms the heart of Valmiki's Ramayana and consists of a detailed, vivid account of Hanuman's adventures.
After learning about Sita, Hanuman assumes a gargantuan form and makes a colossal leap across the sea to Lanka. On the way he meets with many challenges like facing a Gandharva kanya who comes in the form of a demon to test his abilities.
He encounters a mountain named Mainakudu who offers Lord Hanuman assistance and offers him rest. Lord Hanuman refuses because there is little time remaining to complete the search for Sita.
Here, Hanuman explores the demons' kingdom and spies on Ravana. He locates Sita in Ashoka grove, where she is being wooed and threatened by Ravana and his rakshasis to marry Ravana. Hanuman reassures Sita, giving Rama's signet ring as a sign of good faith. She says that Rama himself must come and avenge the insult of her abduction. Hanuman then wreaks havoc in Lanka by destroying trees and buildings and killing Ravana's warriors. He allows himself to be captured and delivered to Ravana.
He gives a bold lecture to Ravana to release Sita. The joyous search party returns to Kishkindha with the news. The painting depicts multiple events in the battle against the three-headed demon general Trisiras, in bottom left. Trisiras is beheaded by Hanuman, the monkey- companion of Rama.
Having received Hanuman's report on Sita, Rama and Lakshmana proceed with their allies towards the shore of the southern sea. There they are joined by Ravana's renegade brother Vibhishana. The princes and their army cross over to Lanka. A lengthy war ensues. During a battle, Ravana's son Indrajit hurls a powerful weapon at Lakshmana, who is badly wounded and is nearly killed.
Upon reaching Mount Sumeru, Hanuman was unable to identify the herb that could cure Lakshmana and so decided to bring the entire mountain back to Lanka. Eventually, the war ends when Rama kills Ravana. Rama then installs Vibhishana on the throne of Lanka. In earlier versions, this event does not occur and many scholars consider it to have been added later as society became more patriarchal. In Tulsidas's Ramacharitamanas, Sita was under the protection of Agni see Maya Sita so it was necessary to bring her out before reuniting with Rama.
At the expiration of his term of exile, Rama returns to Ayodhya with Sita and Lakshmana, where the coronation is performed.
This is the beginning of Ram Rajya, which implies an ideal state with good morals. Ramayan is not only the story about how truth defeats the evil, it also teaches us to forget all the evil and arrogance that resides inside ourselves. After being crowned king, Rama passes time pleasantly with Sita.
After some time, Sita gets pregnant with twin children. Rama yields to public opinion and reluctantly banishes Sita to the forest, where the sage Valmiki provides shelter in his ashrama "hermitage". Here, she gives birth to twin boys, Lava and Kusha, who become pupils of Valmiki and are brought up in ignorance of their identity.
Valmiki composes the Ramayana and teaches Lava and Kusha to sing it. Later, Rama holds a ceremony during the Ashwamedha yagna, which sage Valmiki, with Lava and Kusha, attends. Lava and Kusha sing the Ramayana in the presence of Rama and his vast audience. Sita calls upon the Earth, her mother, to receive her and as the ground opens, she vanishes into it. Rama then learns that Lava and Kusha are his children. Many years later, a messenger from the Gods appears and informs Rama that the mission of his incarnation is over.
Rama returns to his celestial abode along with his brothers.