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Born6 December 1948 (age 70)
Talagavara, Chintamani TalukChikkaballapur districtMysore State, (now Karnataka)
OccupationDirector, Producer, Actor, Screenwriter
Spouse(s)Geetha
Children2
Parent(s)Narayan Rao
Sundaramma

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Thalagavara Narayanarao Seetharam (born 6 December 1948)[1] is a prominent Kannada film and TV serial director, actor and screenwriter. He has become a cultural icon in Karnataka, India, through his work in several art mediums. Seetharam has written, directed, and produced plays, movies, and top-rated television series which have attracted millions of viewers. Garmin gps downloads free.

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Early life[edit]

Seetharam was born on 6 December 1948 in Thalagavara village near the Doddaballapura town in the erstwhile Mysore State. He was the third child to his parents Narayanrao and Sundaramma. He completed his high school education in Doddaballapur Municipal School, Doddaballapura, and pre-university course in National College, Bangalore. He then obtained his degree in Bachelor of Science before obtaining his Bachelor's degree in Law. This was when he decided to take keen interest in plays, having worked with playwright P. Lankesh during the time. Seetharam decided to stay in Bangalore after completing his education, by participating in plays. He rejected his father's request to return to his village and involve himself in agriculture and to practice as a lawyer. Having been influenced by Lankesh and U. R. Ananthamurthy, he believed owning a piece of land is a sin. Saddened by his decision, his father, a patient, stopped consuming medicine and died shortly thereafter leaving Seetharam with guilt. In 2014, during his appearance in the talk show Weekend with Ramesh, Seetharam said that many of his plays were made as tributes to his father and his television serials were made as tributes to women, inspired mainly by his deceased sister, Padma.[1]

Career[edit]

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Seetharam began his career as an associate to playwright and film director, P. Lankesh. He played a pivotal role in the Lankesh directed National Award winning film Pallavi (1976). He was also associated with the famous director Puttanna Kanagal and had written scripts for his movies. He also made appearances as an actor in some movies. He was noticed when he started directing TV serials for Doordarshan. Fame and recognition came when he directed Mayamruga, a daily Kannada serial which stood apart for its take on reality. Mayamruga has seen a DVD avatar, probably a first for a Kannada serial. He then went on to direct Kamanabillu which was the first serial on a satellite TV to be watched widely His association with ETV Kannada resulted in famous serials like Manvantara and Muktha. He has acted in most of his serials and he likes to play the character of a lawyer who comes to the rescue of the oppressed.

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He developed a concept of Samvada, wherein he held organised meetings with his audience throughout Karnataka. These became so popular that ETV Kannada telecasted these interactions as well.

He was the president of Karnataka State Film Awards jury for the year 2006.

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

YearFilmNotes
1982Maanasa SarovaraDialogues
1983Dharani Mandala MadhyadolageActing
1990Panchama VedaDialogues
1996KrauryaStory, Screenplay
2001MathadanaDirection[2]
2005BeruActing
2007Meera Madhava RaghavaStory, Dialogues, Screenplay and Direction
2016Vaastu PrakaaraActing
2017Kaafi ThotaStory, Screenplay and Direction
2018DwajaActing

Television[edit]

YearTitleTelevision
1990SankalanaDoordarshan
1991Navellaru ondeDoordarshan
1994Pattedari prabhakarDoordarshan
1995Mukha MukhiDoordarshan
1995College TarangaDoordarshan
1998MayamrugaDoordarshan[3]
1998JwalamukhiUdaya TV
2001ManvantaraETV Kannada
2003DashavataaraETV Kannada
2004Male BilluETV Kannada
2004MukthaETV Kannada
2008Muktha MukthaETV Kannada
2013Maha ParvaETV Kannada
2016Drama JuniorsZee Kannada
2018Magalu JanakiColors Super

Dramas[edit]

  • Nammolagobba Naajukayya
  • Baduka Mannisu Prabhuve
  • Asphota

Awards[edit]

  • 1989-90 - Karnataka State Film Award for Best Dialogue Writer – Panchama Veda (1990)
  • 2000 - National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Kannada – Mathadana
  • 2005 - Karnataka State Government's 'Aryabhata Awards': 'Best Director' award for the direction of the teleserial Mukta.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abSeetharam, T. N. (24 September 2014). Weekend With Ramesh - Episode 10 - August 31, 2014. India: Zee Kannada.
  2. ^About Matadaana - the film
  3. ^Deccan Herald Interview: Serial King Seetharam
  4. ^'A class apart'. Deccan Herald. 22 July 2012. Retrieved 17 February 2016.

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Mukta
Written byT.N. Seetharam
Directed byT.N. Seetharam
Opening theme'Muktha' by C. Ashwath and Sangeeta Katti
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Kannada
No. of episodes552
Production
Producer(s)Bhoomika Productions
Running time24 minutes
Release
Original networkETV Kannada
Picture format576i (SDTV),
Original release10 July 2008 –
12 September 2010

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Muktha[1] was a serial telecasted in the Kannada language on ETV Kannada.

Details[edit]

It was directed by T.N. Seetharam, who also acted as a lawyer (as CSP) in the serial. The director aimed to inspire civic awareness and action with stories depicting the fight for justice even against all kinds of bureaucratic and political opposition. Muktha, a word with roots in Sanskrit, means 'reprieve'. The program ended on 12 September 2010. The main theme of this serial was to increase legal awareness among the people. In this serial, well known and renowned Kannada writer Sudha Narayana Murthy also acted as a Judge.

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The serial was again started in the new name as 'Muktha Muktha' involving new characters and different geographical location. T.N. Seetharam reprises the role of CSP. In the new[when?] serial Muktha Muktha, T.N. Seetharam explores issues such as those involving the Naxal, farmers, and the medical system. The unique impact of these serials is caused by the way the stories can be modified to reflect current issues and events.

Casting Crew[edit]

  • Malavika as an IPS officer
  • Chitrashree as a psychiatrist
  • Rajesh as Chitrashree's husband
  • G. K. Govinda Rao as a Chief Minister
  • Nagaraj Murthy as a Cabinet minister
  • Bhargavi Narayan as grandmother
  • Srinath Vasishta as Srikanta Murthy
  • Srinivasa Prabhu as Topi Seshanna

References[edit]

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A manvantara (also spelled manwantara; a.k.a. reign or age of Manu) is a cyclic age in Hindu cosmology.[1] In a larger cyclic age called a kalpa (day of Brahma), there are fourteen manvantaras that occur, where each one is distinguished by the Manu who rules/reigns over it. At the beginning of each kalpa, Brahma creates the first Manu to be the progenitor of mankind. We are currently in the seventh manvantara, which is ruled by Vaivasvata Manu.[2]

Each manvantara repeats 71 chatur-yugas (dharmic ages) and lasts for 306,720,000 years. In a kalpa, which lasts for 1,000 chatur-yugas (4.32 billion years), there are 14 manvantaras, each followed by and the first preceded by a sandhya (connecting period), where each of the 15 manvantara-sandhyas lasts for the duration of a Satya Yuga (1,728,000 years). During each manvantara-sandhya, the earth (Bhu-loka) is submerged in water.[3][4][5]

In a kalpa, there are 14 Indras who reign in succession in 14 manvantaras.[citation needed]

Etymology[edit]

Manvantara (Sanskrit: मन्वन्तर, lit.'period or age of a Manu') is a compound of 'manu' (Sanskrit: मनु, lit.'man') and 'antara' (Sanskrit: अन्तर, lit.'period'), i.e. 'manu-antara' or 'manvantara', literally meaning the duration of a Manu, or his lifespan.[6]

Sources[edit]

Manusmriti[edit]

(67) A year is a day and a night of the gods; their division is (as follows): the half year during which the sun progresses to the north will be the day, that during which it goes southwards the night. (71) These twelve thousand (years) which thus have been just mentioned as the total of four (human) ages, are called one age of the gods. (72) But know that the sum of one thousand ages of the gods (makes) one day of Brahma, and that his night has the same length. (79) The before-mentioned age of the gods, (or) twelve thousand (of their years), being multiplied by seventy-one, (constitutes what) is here named the period of a Manu (Manvantara). (80) The Manvantaras, the creations and destructions (of the world, are) numberless; sporting, as it were, Brahma repeats this again and again.

— Georg Bühler[7], Manusmriti, Ch. 1[a]

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Vishnu Purana[edit]

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Twelve thousand divine years, each composed of (three hundred and sixty) such days, constitute the period of the four Yugas, or ages. .. a thousand such aggregates are a day of Brahma, and fourteen Manus reign within that term. Hear the division of time which they measure. Seven Rishis, certain (secondary) divinities, Indra, Manu, and the kings his sons, are created and perish at one period; and the interval, called a Manwantara, is equal to seventy-one times the number of years contained in the four Yugas, with some additional years: this is the duration of the Manu, the (attendant) divinities, and the rest, which is equal to 852,000 divine years, or to 306,720,000 years of mortals, independent of the additional period. Fourteen times this period constitutes a Brahma day, that is, a day of Brahma; the term (Brahma) being the derivative form.

— Horace Hayman Wilson[8], Vishnu Purana, Part 1, Ch. 3

Manus[edit]

In a kalpa (day of Brahma), fourteen Manu's reign in succession:

  1. Swayambhu Manu
  2. Swarochisha Manu
  3. Uttama Manu
  4. Tapasa/Tamasa Manu
  5. Raivata Manu
  6. Vaivasvata Manu (current)
  7. Daksa Savarni Manu
  8. Brahma Savarni Manu
  9. Dharma Savarni Manu
  10. Rudra Savarni Manu
  11. Raucya or Deva Savarni Manu
  12. Indra Savarni Manu

Indras[edit]

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In a manvantara, fourteen Indras (sakras) reign in succession:[citation needed]

  1. Visvabhuk
  2. Vipascit
  3. Sukirti
  4. Sibi
  5. Vibhu
  6. Manobhuva
  7. Ojasvin the powerful Bali
  8. Adbhuta
  9. Santi
  10. Ramya
  11. Devavara
  12. Vrsa Rtadhaman
  13. Divassvamin
  14. Suci

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^Manusmriti Ch. 1, Slokas 67, 71-72, 79-80; Sanskrit and romanized transliteration:
    दैवे रात्र्यहनी वर्षं प्रविभागस्तयोः पुनः ।
    अहस्तत्रोदगयनं रात्रिः स्याद् दक्षिणायनम् ॥ ६७ ॥

    daive rātryahanī varṣaṃ pravibhāgastayoḥ punaḥ ।
    ahastatrodagayanaṃ rātriḥ syād dakṣiṇāyanam ॥ 67 ॥

    यदेतत् परिसङ्ख्यातमादावेव चतुर्युगम् ।
    एतद् द्वादशसाहस्रं देवानां युगमुच्यते ॥ ७१ ॥

    yadetat parisaṅkhyātamādāveva caturyugam ।
    etad dvādaśasāhasraṃ devānāṃ yugamucyate ॥ 71 ॥

    दैविकानां युगानां तु सहस्रं परिसङ्ख्यया ।
    ब्राह्ममेकमहर्ज्ञेयं तावतीं रात्रिमेव च ॥ ७२ ॥

    daivikānāṃ yugānāṃ tu sahasraṃ parisaṅkhyayā ।
    brāhmamekamaharjñeyaṃ tāvatīṃ rātrimeva ca ॥ 72 ॥

    यद् प्राग् द्वादशसाहस्रमुदितं दैविकं युगम् ।
    तदेकसप्ततिगुणं मन्वन्तरमिहोच्यते ॥ ७९ ॥

    yad prāg dvādaśasāhasramuditaṃ daivikaṃ yugam ।
    tadekasaptatiguṇaṃ manvantaramihocyate ॥ 79 ॥

    मन्वन्तराण्यसङ्ख्यानि सर्गः संहार एव च ।
    क्रीडन्निवैतत् कुरुते परमेष्ठी पुनः पुनः ॥ ८० ॥

    manvantarāṇyasaṅkhyāni sargaḥ saṃhāra eva ca ।
    krīḍannivaitat kurute parameṣṭhī punaḥ punaḥ ॥ 80 ॥

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References[edit]

  1. ^Account of the several Manus and ManwantarasVishnu Purana, translated by Horace Hayman Wilson, 1840, Book III: Chapter I. p. 259, The first Manu was Swáyambhuva, then came Swárochisha, then Auttami, then Támasa, then Raivata, then Chákshusha: these six Manus have passed away. The Manu who presides over the seventh Manwantara, which is the present period, is Vaivaswata, the son of the sun..
  2. ^PralayaThe Secret Doctrine by H. P. Blavatsky, Vol. 2, p. 307 THE SEVEN AND FOURTEEN MANUS.
  3. ^Doniger, Wendy; Hawley, John Stratton, eds. (1999). 'Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of World Religions'. Merriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster, Incorporated. p. 691 (Manu). ISBN0877790442. a day in the life of Brahma is divided into 14 periods called manvantaras ('Manu intervals'), each of which lasts for 306,720,000 years. In every second cycle [(new kalpa after pralaya)] the world is recreated, and a new Manu appears to become the father of the next human race. The present age is considered to be the seventh Manu cycle.
  4. ^Gupta, Dr. S. V. (2010). 'Ch. 1.2.4 Time Measurements'. In Hull, Prof. Robert; Osgood, Jr., Prof. Richard M.; Parisi, Prof. Jurgen; Warlimont, Prof. Hans (eds.). Units of Measurement: Past, Present and Future. International System of Units. Springer Series in Materials Science: 122. Springer. pp. 7–8. ISBN9783642007378. Paraphrased: Mahayuga equals 12,000 Deva (divine) years (4,320,000 solar years). Manvantara equals 71 Mahayugas (306,720,000 solar years). Kalpa (day of Brahma) equals an Adi Sandhya, 14 Manvantaras, and 14 Sandhya Kalas, where 1st Manvantara preceded by Adi Sandhya and each Manvantara followed by Sandhya Kala, each Sandhya lasting same duration as Satya yuga (1,728,000 solar years), during which the entire earth is submerged in water. Day of Brahma equals 1,000 Mahayugas, the same length for a night of Brahma (Bhagavad-gita 8.17). Brahma lifespan (311.04 trillion solar years) equals 100 360-day years, each 12 months. Parardha is 50 Brahma years and we are in the 2nd half of his life. After 100 years of Brahma, the universe starts with a new Brahma. We are currently in the 28th Kali yuga of the first day of the 51st year of the second Parardha in the reign of the 7th (Vaivasvata) Manu.
  5. ^Krishnamurthy, Prof. V. (2019). 'Ch. 20: The Cosmic Flow of Time as per Scriptures'. Meet the Ancient Scriptures of Hinduism. Notion Press. ISBN9781684669387. Each manvantara is preceded and followed by a period of 1,728,000 (= 4K) years when the entire earthly universe (bhu-loka) will submerge under water. The period of this deluge is known as manvantara-sandhya (sandhya meaning, twilight).
  6. ^'Srimad-Bhagavatam 3.13.14-16'. Archived from the original on 2009-04-22. Retrieved 2008-04-01.
  7. ^Bühler, G. (1886). 'Ch. 1, The Creation'. In Müller, F. Max (ed.). The Laws of Manu: translated with extracts from seven commentaries. Sacred Books of the East. Vol. XXV. Oxford University Press. p. 22. Ch. 1, Slokas 67, 71-72, 79-80
  8. ^Wilson, Horace Hayman (1840). The Vishnu Purana. Book I, Ch. III. pp. 23–25.
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