Todarmal may refer to:
Raja Todar Mal was the Finance Minister of the Mughal empire during Akbar's reign. He was one of the Navaratnas in Akbar's darbar (court).
Pandit Todarmal (1719–1766) was an eminent Indian scholar of Jainism and writer in Jaipur. He had an organized system for preservation and study of Jain texts. About ten to twelve copyists were engaged to make hand written copies of important texts in different parts of the country. He made unsuccessful efforts to obtain copies of Dhavala, Jai Dhavala and other Sidhanta Shastras from Karnataka. Many of his associates became good Jain scholars. These include Pandits Jaichand Chabra, Daulatram Kasliwal, Sewaram, and Devidas Godha.
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Chhatris, are elevated, dome-shaped pavilions used as an element in Indian architecture. The word Chhatri means "canopy" or "umbrella." In the context of architecture, the word is used to refer to two different things. The usual and more widely understood meaning is of a memorial, usually very ornate, built over the site where the funeral (cremation) of an important personage was performed. Such memorials usually consist of a platform girded by a set of ornate pillars which hold up a stone canopy. The word chhatri is also used to refer to the small pavilions that mark the corners and roof of the entrance of a major building. These pavilions are purely decorative and have no utility, but are a classic folly displaying the status and wealth of the owner.
Khagaria district is an administrative district in the state of Bihar in India. The district headquarters are located at Khagaria. Khagaria district is a part of Munger Division.
Agrawal is a community, native to the Indian subcontinent, found throughout northern India, including in Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi, and Uttar Pradesh. Before the partition of India in 1947, people of the community were also found in the modern-day Punjab province of Pakistan.
Raja Ka Tal is a reservoir built by Senapati, the grandson of Maharaja Chhatrasal, in 1707. It is locally known as Bara Tal.
Laharpur is a town and a municipal board in Sitapur district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
The Sarawagi or Saraogi or Sarawgi Jain community, meaning a Jain Śrāvaka, is also known as the Khandelwali. They originated from Khandela, a historical town in northern Rajasthan.
Digambara Terapanth is one of the sects of Digambara Jainism, the other being the Bispanthi sect. It formed out of strong opposition to the religious domination of traditional religious leaders called bhattarakas during the 12-16th century A.D, for the bhattarakas starting deviating from the original/Mula jain customs. They oppose the worship of various minor gods and goddesses. Some Terapanthi practices, like not using flowers in worship, gradually spread throughout most of North Indian Jainism as well.
Tandon is a surname from northern India, notably found in Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. Tandon is a Punjabi Khatri clan from India. It is a popular Khatri family name of both Hindus and Sikhs. Tandon is a warrior caste belonging to Punjab. It is also found among Kshetri community in Nepal who had originally migrated from Punjab to establish the rule.
Swaramelakalanidhi is a much celebrated musicological treatise of 16th century Vijayanagara. Authored by Ramamatya in the year 1550, the work is counted among the sangita shastra navaratnas or the nine 'gems' of the theory of Karnataka Music. The work's importance lies in the fact that it is more relevant and related to modern practice than the books written prior to it. Spread over five chapters, it deals primarily with the theory of raga, describes the melas for the classification of raga -and the different shuddha svaras and vikrta svaras constituting the melas.
Rameswarpur is a village near Dhamnagar in Bhadrak district of Odisha, India. This settlement was initiated about four centuries ago during the reign of Mughal Emperor Akbar by the "Ghosh Mahashays" who migrated to permanently settle down here, having come as a part of the contingent of Todarmal during his famed survey of India.
Kanji Swami (1890–1980) was a teacher of Jainism.
Zangoora – The Gypsy Prince is the first Bollywood musical. It was premiered on 23 September 2010 at Nautanki Mahal of Kingdom of Dreams, Gurgaon. It has a cast of 110 members with Hussain Kuwajerwala, Gauhar Khan, Kashmira Irani and Sadanand Patil playing lead; besides crew of 250 people. In June 2013, the musical completed a run of 1000 shows, and became the longest running Bollywood stage show in India.
Kanji Panth or "Pure Terapanth" is a Universal stream of Digambara, a school of Jainism that posits that the discriminative knowledge between the "true pure knowledge self" and "the other" is the true and the only procedure of self-realization and the path of liberation where definitions of "true pure knowledge self" and "the other" is as originally practiced and described in Samaysara, Pravachanasara and Pancastikayasara and their commentaries. They also quote Amritchandra for their support: "In this world, only those are liberated who have understood the 'art of discriminative knowledge'; In this world, only those are in bondage who do not know the 'art of discriminative knowledge'".
Rao Shri Bhojraj Singh Ji Saheb, was born in 1567, Rao Bhojraj Ji was the ruler of Udaipurwati 1621/1640.
Jodha Akbar is an Indian historical fiction drama aired on Zee TV. The series premiered on 18 June 2013. The show was produced by Ekta Kapoor under her brand name Balaji Telefilms. It starred Rajat Tokas and Paridhi Sharma in lead roles. The show focuses on how a political marriage between a royal couple from 2 different religions brings love between them to the extent that it changes the fate of India and its people. It was one of the most expensive TV serials ever made with its dazzling array of period costumes, sets, and jewelry.
The story of Nal and Damayanti from the Mahabharata is a very popular and frequently told story. It has been interpreted in many languages which also includes Persian and Braj. This page describes the interpretations of the story conducted by Todar Mal, the Hindu finance minister of Mughal emperor Akbar and Abu al-Faiz, Akbar's poet laureate.
Shaurya Singh is an Indian film and television actor, writer, director and producer. He is known for portraying Todarmal in Balaji Telefilms' epic love saga Jodha Akbar. His first feature film, Bhanwarey written, produced and directed by him under his banner Sudha Creations, released on 24 March 2017.