Harishchandra


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Harishchandra

(ˌhærɪʃˈtʃændrə)
n
(Biography) also known as Bharatendu. 1850–85, Indian poet, dramatist, and essayist, who established Hindi as a literary language
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Tenders are invited for construction of east side boundary wall and earth filling at harishchandra stadium, nawada
Attacking the Bharatiya Janata Party its ruling ally in Maharashtra and the Centre the Sena said"the BJP exploited it inside and outside Parliament", and sought to create an aura all over India that the BJP was the"maha avatar"of the legendary King Harishchandra, who is said to have never uttered an untruth.
The BJP and the Congress are treating Mishra as Harishchandra.
A poet associated with the court of King Devaraja in Hampi,a town in northern Karnataka, Raghavanka composed the narrative poet The Life of Harishchandra in 1225, the first work to turn the ancient Indian legend of Harishchandra into a full-fledged poetic composition.
Rama Varma made a claim that if Dadasaheb Phalke was known as the father of Indian cinema, having made the film Raja Harishchandra in 1913.
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Deputy Chief of Nepal Mission in Riyadh Harishchandra Ghimire
In 1899, Harishchandra Sakharam Bhatwadekar made a film on a wrestling match in Bombay.
HAWAA HAWAAI" narrates the story of Arjun Harishchandra Waghmare aka Raju [Partho Gupte], who takes up the job at a tea stall after his farmer-father's [Makarand Deshpande] demise.
Built by Harishchandra of the dynasty it is named after his son Rohitasva, and it subsequently passed into the hands of Sher Shah Suri.
Wasn't old man Phalke also doing Harishchandra re-told?
Kirklees Filmmakers (PS2,000) Celebrating 100 years of Indian Cinema - The Art of Raja Harishchandra ?