According to the Hindu epic Mahabharata, Jarasandha was a powerful king of Magadha. He was a descendant of the creator of the Barhadratha dynasty of Magadha, he was a great senapati. He was known as Magadha Samrat Jarasandh, he is worshipped as mool-purusha of Chandravanshi Kshatriya. According to Vayu Purana, the descendants of Brihadratha ruled Magadha for 2600 years followed by Haryanka dynasty; the word Jarasandha is a combination of two Sanskrit words and sandha, "joining". Jara, a Van-durga put the two halves of Jarasandha together after finding them by a tree. In return for saving Brihadratha's son, he was named Jarasandha after her; the meaning of Jarasandha is'the one, joined by Jara'. Jarasandha's father king Brihadratha was married to the twin daughters of the King of Kashi. Brihadratha loved both his wives but had no sons. Once sage Chandakaushika gave a mango to the king as a boon; the king divided the mango and gave to both of his wives. Soon, both wives gave birth to two halves of a human body.
These two lifeless halves were horrifying to view. So, Brihadratha ordered these to be thrown in the forest. A van-durga named Jara held each of them in her two palms. Incidentally, when she brought both of her palms together, the two pieces joined giving rise to a living child; the child cried loudly. Not having the heart to eat a living child, the demoness gave it to the king and explained to him all that had happened; the father was overjoyed to see him. Chandakaushika saved the child, he prophesied to Brihadratha that his son would be specially gifted and would be a great devotee of the god Shiva. Kansa, the tyrannical ruler of Mathura, acquired Jarasandha's attention. Impressed with his bravery, Jarasandha made Kansa his son-in-law by marrying off his two daughters. Lord Krishna killed Kansa as announced by a divine prophecy. Jarasandh got infuriated. Thereafter, Jarasandha vowed to kill Krishna. Jarasandha was a major hurdle before emperor Yudhishthira when the latter decided to perform the Rajasuya yagna.
As Jarasandha was an invincible warrior, it was necessary for Pandavas to eliminate him. Lord Krishna and Arjuna disguised as Brahmins travelled to Magadha and met Jarasandha. After a formal meeting, Jarasandha enquired about their intentions. Krishna and Arjuna revealed their actual identification. Lord Krishna challenged Jarasandha for duel and gave him freedom to choose any one belligerent. Jarasandha was a true warrior. Hence, he selected Bhima for duel. Both Bhima and Jarasandha were accomplished wrestlers; the duel continued for several days and neither of them was willing to give up. Bhima turned towards Krishna for guidance. Krishna dissected it into two halves and threw the parts in opposite directions. Bhima dissected the body of Jarasandha, he threw the dissected parts in opposite directions. Jarasandha was killed. Jarasandha's son Sahadeva, was placed on throne of Magadha and he agreed to be a vassal to the Pandavas, he was killed in the Kurukshetra war. 4. Chandravanshi Kshatriya, Rajput Vansha Gibbs,Laura.
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Amanda McGill Johnson is a politician from the state of Nebraska in the Midwestern United States. From 2007 to 2015, she represented a Lincoln district in the Nebraska Legislature, she ran as the Democratic Party's candidate for Nebraska State Auditor in 2014, losing to Republican candidate Charlie Janssen. Born in Omaha, she graduated from Millard North High School in 1998 and went on to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where she graduated in 2002, she was a television reporter for KCAU in Sioux City in 2003 and KOLN in Lincoln from 2004-2005. She became communications director for the Nebraska Democratic Party until she decided to run for office. Senator McGill was elected to the Legislature in 2006 serving Nebraska's 26th legislative district and served as the Chair of the Urban Affairs Committee from the fall of 2009 until she was term limited out of office, she served on the Business and Labor and Judiciary Committees. "Amanda for Auditor". Amanda McGill for Nebraska State Auditor. Archived from the original on January 13, 2014.
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Beslan Konstantinovich Bartsits is a former Prime Minister of Abkhazia, having been appointed by President Raul Khajimba on 5 August 2016 with his term ending 25 April 2018. In the past, he has served as Head of the Presidential Administration, Head of Gagra District and Member of Parliament. Bartsits was born in Gagra. In 2000, he graduated in Jurisprudence from the Abkhazian State University, between 2001 and 2004 he was a post-graduate student at Rostov State University. Between 2007 and 2009, he was assistant to Raul Khajimba in his capacity of Vice President of Abkhazia. In the February 2011 local elections, Bartsits was elected deputy of the Gagra District Assembly in constituency no. 5 and became its Deputy Chairman. In the March 2012 elections, he ran for a seat of the 5th convocation of the People's Assembly of Abkhazia in constituency no. 11. In a field of nine candidates, he obtained a narrow first-round plurality with 20.86% of the votes. In the second round, he defeated runner-up Vitali Azhiba.
In Parliament, Bartsits served as Deputy Chairman of the Committee for Legal Policy, State Building and Human Rights. On 22 October 2014, following the May 2014 revolution, he was appointed acting head of Gagra District by newly elected President Raul Khajimba; the following year, he was confirmed in his post. On 16 May 2016, Bartsits was appointed head of the Administration of the President of Abkhazia, to succeed Astamur Tania, who had resigned. On 5 August 2016, Bartsits was appointed Prime Minister, succeeding Artur Mikvabia who had resigned ten days earlier
. Krishnamacharya, popularly known as Daasarathi spelled as Daasharathi లుwas a [Telugu and writer. Daasarathi holds the titles Abhyudhaya Kalaprapurna, he was the recipient of Sahitya Academy Award for his poetic work book Timiramto Samaram in 1974. He was chosen as Aasthana Kavi of the Andhra Pradesh Government. Krishnamacharyulu Dasarathi was born as Daasarathi on 22 July 1925 in a middle-class Vaishnava Brahmin family, his native village Chinnaguduru is in Mahabubabad district. An orthodox, but discreet, Vaishnava bhakta, he was an erudite scholar of Indian Puranas with a fine grip on Telugu and Tamil languages, he matriculated from the Khammam Government High School but gave up higher education to join the movement against the autocratic Nizam rule in the Hyderabad Kingdom. As a volunteer in the left-wing andhra mahashaba movement, Dasarathi travelled from village to village in Telangana to enlighten the public. Mahatma Gandhi and Kandukuri Veeresalingam influenced him. However, he joined the political left, as most of his friends were leftists and communist revolutionaries.
He began writing poetry young when he was a student. His poetry was influenced by the communist ideology of Karl Marx; the downtrodden, exploited, workers were his subjects in poetry. He believed that the capitalist and autocratic society under Nizam rule would give way to democracy and equality. After the Independence of India in 1947, many independent kingdoms and principalities joined the newly formed Indian Union. However, Hyderabad State under the autocratic rule of the ruler Mir Osman Ali Khan did not join the Union. Mir Osaman Ali Khan failed to control the atrocities committed by the Mazlis Ittehadul Muslimeen Party. At this juncture, the State Congress Party under the leadership of Swamy Raamaanandateerdha called for an action against the autocratic Nizam's rule. Thousands of people went to jail by participating in Satyagraha. Dasarathi was arrested in 1947 and was sent to Warangal central jail, along with many other leaders who went on to prominence in independent India. Dasarathi was moved to Nizamabad central jail.
While in jail he wrote poetry. After his release he left Telangana for Vijayawada and wrote poetry against the Nizam in Telugu Desam, a daily paper devoted to news and articles related to Telangana and the Nizam's rule. In 1948, the Indian Union took over the Hyderabad State in a police action and put an end to the autocratic Nizam rule and to the violence unleashed by the Razakars and Mazlis Ittehadul Muslimeen Party. In 1956 the Telangana part of the Hyderabad state was united with the state of Andhra and formed the state of Andhra Pradesh, till June 2, 2014. After democratic rule was established in Hyderabad, Dasarathi served in the government of Andhra Pradesh for some time, he worked for All India Radio Hyderabad and Madras as a prompter and retired in 1971. He served as the Government Poet from 1971 through 1984, he rendered services as an emeritus producer for All India Radio and Doordarshan. Daasrathi obtained fame through his revolutionary poetry, his first book Agnidhara was published in 1947.
This book is about the Telangana Armed Struggle against Nizams rule, in which young Daasarathi served as a revolutionary. Daasarathi wrote part of his book Agnidhara while he completed it after his release, his other works include Rudraveena, Punarnavam, Amruthabishekam and Ghalib Geethalu. Ghalib Geethalu is the Telugu translation of the poems of Urdu poet Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib, he has composed Lyrics to many Telugu films. Daasarathi said that the "Nizams brutal rule, Peoples woes under his rule, Indian Independence, Entry of Indian Armed Forces to free Nizams state and the fall of Nizam" as the inspiration for his writings, he wrote lyrics for many Telugu movies. His debut movie was Vaagdanam, he wrote lyrics for 2000 songs in the Telugu film industry. He wrote lyrics for the popular movies Iddaru Mitrulu, Pooja. Daasarathi Krishnamacharyulu's younger brother Daasarathi Rangacharyulu is an accomplished writer, he published Rudraveena in 1950. Mahaandhrodayam, Mahaboadhi, Galib geetaalu, Dasarathi shatakamu, Kavita pushpakam, Timiram Tho Samaram, Aalochanaalochanalu etc.
Agnidhara Rudra Veena Navami Vagdanam Iddaru Mitrulu Balipeetam Thota Ramudu Pooja "నా తెలంగాణ, కోటి రతనాల వీణ" "నాకు ఉర్దూ తెలుగు రెండు కళ్ళు, ఈ రెండు కళ్ళతో అన్ని భాషలని చదవగలను" "Edi Kakati? Evate Rudrama? Evaru Rayalu? Evadu Singana? Anni Nene! Anta Nene! Telugu Nene! Velugu Nene!" "Telanganamu Ritude! Musali Nakkaku Racharikambu Dakkune?" "Na Geetavalulenta Dooramu Prayanambauno Andaka Ee Bhoogolambuna Aggi Vettedanu" "Na Peru Praja Koti! Na Ooru Praja Vati!" "Ranunnadi Edi Nijam? Adi Okate – Socialism!" "Kammani na telangana tommidi jillalena? Asalandhra ku telangana paryayam kaada?" "Maa Nizaam Raju Janma Janmaala Booju"
The Miss Perú 2009 pageant was held on April 4, 2009. That year, 22 candidates were competing for the national crown; the chosen winner represented Perú in Miss Universe 2009. The rest of the finalists would enter in different pageants. Best Regional Costume - Puno - Dessire Villar Best Look & Hair - Ica - Sofía del Pinho Miss Aquavit - Tacna - Karen Menendez Miss Fitness - Amazonas - Karen Schwarz Miss Photogenic - Huánuco- Carolina Gamarra Best Smile - Huánuco- Carolina Gamarra Most Beautiful Face - Ica - Sofía del Pinho Miss Congeniality - Junin - Alexandra Hidalgo Luisa María Cuculiza - Congressmember Fred Vellon - Creative Director of MAC cosmetics Jessica Tapia - TV Host & Miss Asia-Pacific 1994 Luis Barrenechea - Plastic Surgeon Luis Argüelles - Manager of public relations of Panamericana Televisión Monica Chacón - Miss World Peru 1996 Nacho del Águila - Professional Stylist of Tomy's Olga Zumarán - TV Actress & Miss Peru 1978 Karen became the third Miss Amazonas to win that title since the Miss Peru pageant first began in 1952.
The first one was Maria Esther Brambilla, Miss Peru 1968, the other one was Paola Dellepiane Miss Peru 1995. Karen has Peruvian ancestry. Kori Alegría, Miss Loreto died on March 17, 2010, in a motorcycle accident in Iquitos. Opening Show – Eva Ayllón - "Enamorada de Estar Aqui"Swimsuit Competition – The Ting Tings - "Shut Up and Let Me Go"Evening Gown Competition – Jean Paul Strauss - "De Todo lo Mio". Official website
Brittany Hayes is an American water polo player. She was a member of the US water polo team. Hayes was born in Orange County and attended Foothill High School in Tustin, California went on to the University of Southern California for her undergraduate degree and the University of California, for her graduate degree. Hayes went on to Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, California. Hayes now works as a workers compensation attorney in California. Hayes was a four-time CIF Champion while at Foothill High School earning CIF Co-Player of the Year in her Senior Season. Hayes was Seaview League Most Valuable Player her Sophomore and Senior years. In 2004, Hayes was named the NCAA Tournament Most Valuable Player after the University of Southern California won the NCAA Championship. Hayes was named a Peter J. Cutino Finalist in 2004 and 2005. In June 2009, Hayes was named to the USA water polo women's senior national team for the 2009 FINA World Championships in Rome, Italy. Hayes was a member of the 2007 USA water polo women's senior national team to take Gold at the 2007 FINA World Championships in Melbroune, Australia.
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