JANMA

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His Shri Krishna Janma (Birth of Shri Krishna, 1918) is illustrative of the kind of publicness that early Indian filmmakers sought for the cinema.
Mythological films like Lanka Dahan (1917) and Krishna Janma (1918) yielded ten times their cost of production as profit to the producers.
"Swaraj mera janma sidh adhikar hai" (Freedom is my birthright and I shall have it) was the daring declaration made by a great patriot, Lokmanya B.
'Lanka Dahan' and 'Ram Janma' were first ever movies to be filmed on the epic, which were directed by Dada Saheb Phalke and G.V.
Jai, four, died in May last year when his mum Janma, 40, doused her Tuebrook flat in petrol and set it alight, killing them both.
However, there is no need to treat yajathaya as transitive, devan can reflect the "short" genitive plural seen in devan janma 'race of the gods' (Sgall 1958: 185), while the other accusative dependent allegedly found to this form, martan 'mortals' at RV 10.12.1a, can be interpreted as an object of the superordinate verb form krnvan 'making', leaving yajathaya intransitive: devo yan martan yajathaya krnvan "when the god, who creates men for the sacrifice ..." There is therefore no need to interpret either the Avestan or Sanskrit form as transitive, or to assume any historical transitivity for this *-tha- formation.
Binara Silva danced to the tune of "Rathnadeepa Janma Boomi", while Miss.
These include Raja Harishchandra, Lanka- Dahan, Kaliya Mardan, Shrikrishna Janma ( all produced by Dadasaheb Phalke) and Jamai Babu ( Bengali) and Martand Verma ( Malayalam).
Summary: Ayodhya (Uttar Pradesh) [India], June 4 (ANI): Following a meeting of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leaders with saints over the Ram Temple issue, Ram Janma Bhoomi Nyas president Mahant Nritya Gopal Das on Monday said they will pressurise the government for the construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya.