Fatehpur District of Uttar Pradesh at a Glance

About Fatehpur District :

This district is situated between two important cities Allahabad, which is also known as “Prayag”, and Kanpur of state Uttar Pradesh . This is well connected with those cities by train route and by road also . The distance from Allahabad is 117 Km and from Kanpur is 76 Km by railway . The north boundry of the district is limited by river Ganga and southern is ended with river Yamuna .

In the Vedik era the region of this district was known as “Antardesh”, which means the fertile area between two big rivers . Later, it was known as “Madhyadesh” which means central region . The northern region of the district is influenced with “Avadhi” culture while southern part shows effect of the “Bundelkhand” . The region of Fatehpur was included in the district Vatsa, which was one among sixteen districts described in the Baudh literature

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Bawani Imali : This monument is the symbol of sacrifices offered by freedom fighters . On 28th April, 1858, fifty two freedom fighters were hanged on an “Imali” tree by the british army . The “Imali” tree still exists, people believe that the growth of tree has stopped after the massacre. This place is very near to town Khajuha in Bindki Subdivision of the district

Bhitaura : This is block headquarter situated at the bank of holy river Ganga . This is the place where renowned saint Bhrigu worshipped for a long time . Here, flow of river Ganga is towards north direction, which is very important from the religious point of view

Hathgam : This is also block headquarter and birth place of great freedom fighter Late Shri Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi & renowned Urdu poet Shri Iqbal Verma . It is said, this was populated by Saint Parashar

Renh : A very old village situated on the bank of river Yamuna . Two decades before a very old  idol of Lord Vishnu, made up of precious alloy, was found in this village . Now that idol is in a temple in village Kirtikheda on Bindki Lalauli road .

Shivrajpur : This village is situated at the bank of river Ganga near Bindki, which is a sub-division . In this village, there is a very old temple of Lord Krishna, which is  known as “Mirabai Ka Mandir” (temple of Mirabai) .  It is said that idol of Lord Krishna was founded by  Mirabai, a renowned devotee of Lord Krishna and a member of royal family of Mewar state

Tenduli : A village situated on Chaudagara-Bindki road . It is believed that victims of snake/dog biting, persons suffering from parapsychological problems get relief from the temple of Baba Jhamdas in this village

Farrukhabad District of Uttar Pradesh at a Glance

About Farrukhabad District :

Farrukhabad was founded by Nawab Mohammad Khan Bangash, who named it after the reigning emperor Farrukhsiyar, in 1714, the district of Farrukhabad forms part of Kanpur division. The township of Farrukhabad, Fatehgarh consist of two towns, Farrukhabad & Fatehgarh, the former being the headquarters of the Tehsil & the latter forming the headquarters of the district, both lying about 5 Kms apart. The district as it exists now is bounded by Badaun and Shahjahanpur on the north, Hardoi on the east, Kannauj on the south and district Etah & Mainpuri on the west. Rivers Ganga & Ramganga are located towards the east & Kali Nadi towards the south.

Fatehgarh derives its name from an old fort. Fatehgarh remained a Military Station of considerable importance and in 1802 it became the headquarters of the Governor Generals Agent for the ceded provinces. In 1818 a gun carriage factory was established here.

The Farrukhabad district consist of 3 Tehsils with a total area of 2,28,830 Ha., has 7 Blocks, 603 Gram Panchayats, 1020 Revenue villages, 14 Police Stations, 2 Nagar Palikas and 4 Nagar Panchayats (Town Area) & 1 Cantt. Board with total population of 18.85 Lacs approximately.

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Kampil :

Situated at about 45 Kms. from district headquarter in Tehsil Kaimganj, it is a place of great antiquity and is said to have been founded by the Sant Kampila. It was here that the famous Svayamvara took place in which Arjun succeeded in winning the hand of Draupadi. The temple of Rameshwarnath Mahadev, which stands in the town is very old. The temple is traditionally attributed to Shatrughana brother of Rama. It is said that he had brought the idol (Lingam) of Shiva, which was worshipped by Sita, the wife of Rama in Ashok Vatika while she was held in captivity in Lanka. This idol is said to be stalled in this temple. The Sarogi community subscribed to the erection of three temples dedicated to the Jain tirthankara, Neminath which has made the place sacred to the Jains

Sankisa :

Situated at about 38 Kms. to the south-west of the district headquarters. The lace is known for its association with Budha and its ancient Buddhist remains. According to the Buddhist belief it is believed that it was here that Budha descended again upon earth after he had been for three months in heaven

Nainital District of Uttarakhand at a Glance

About Nainital District :

The district of Nainital lies in the Kumaun division.To it’s north is Almora district and to its south lies the Udham Singh Nagar district. Champawat district flanks it in the east and district of Pauri Gahwal is in the west.It is located approximately in between 80º14’ and 78º80’ east longitude and 29º00’ and 29º05’ north latitude .On the northern side lies the Himalayan ranges while on the southern side lies the plains.The total geographical area is 4251 Sqr. Kms. The highest peak of the district is Baudhansthali 2623 mts. high near Binayak adjoining Nainital town.The hilly region of the district used to have big & small lakes.Bhimtal ,Sattal, Naukuchiatal,Khurpatal, Nainital, Malwatal, Harishtal , Lokhamtal etc. are known lakes of bigger size.The foothill area of the district is known as Bhabhar. Kosi is the main river of the district.River Kosi arising out of Koshimool near Kausani flows on the western side of the district. Some of the important places in the district are Nainital,Haldwani,Kaladhungi , Ramnagar,Bhowali,Ramgarh,Mukteshwar,Bhimtal,Sattal and Naukuchiatal.Nainital’s unending expense of scenic beauty is nothing short of a romance with awe-inspiring and pristine Mother nature.Nainital is headquarter of Nainital District.It is also divisional Headquarter of Kumaon Division of Uttarakhand State

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Lake :

The nucleus of Nainital’s exquisite beauty is beautiful lake .In the day ,mirrored in its waters stand seven proud hills,dotted with pretty cottages and villas . This reflection alone holds one spell bound. More beautiful than this however is the lake at night when the myriads of bulbs from the hill sides and quite a large number hanging near the lake’s edge stab their magic light into its waters.

The lake offers the holiday makers ample opportunity for yachting, boating or paddling the boat. Boating rates for conventional rowing boats or Paddle boats are displayed on pre-paid booths at different places along lake side. Rowing as well as paddle boats are available at both ends of lake.

The north end of lake is called Mallital while the southern one is called Tallital which have a bridge (Danth popularly named) having Gandhiji’s statue and post office on its sides .It is the only Post Office on the lake bridge in whole of the world.There is Bus Station , Taxi stand and Railway reservation counter on the same lake bridge , both ends have well laid out shopping centres,with beautifully laid of marts ,stores and luxury shops.

The Flatts :

At the northern side of the lake there is a place of rendezvous for people from all walks of life . Here evenings are heavily crowded. There is a statue of Pt. Govind Ballabh Pant and a beautiful fountain . There is a band stand . The Flats has playing ground used for sports games and cultural activities during festivals. There is Chat Bazar,Bhotia Market in the flats . In Bhotia Market vendors sell their fancy items .There is Mosque,Gurudwara and Naina Devi temple in flatts.Capitol cinema and Rink theatre which is used for roller skating are also situated in Flatts.A portion of the flatts is used for car parking .New club ,Boat House club ,Masonic Hall are in the periphery of the flatts for recreation
Snow View :
It is the most easily accessible hill top, height 2270 mts. and at a distance of 2.5 Km from the town. The spot is accessible through ropeway . This peak is also connected by motor able road. Snow view as the name suggests offers an indescribably beautiful and breath taking picture of the glittering snows of Himalyas.It has a temple . Tea,snacks,Photographers are available at this place

Trivendra Singh Rawat

Trivendra Singh Rawat is an Indian politician and is the eighth and current Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. Rawat was a member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh from 1979 to 2002 and held the post of organizing secretary of the Uttarakhand region, and later the state, after its formation in 2000. He was elected from Doiwala in the State’s first legislative assembly elections in 2002. He retained his seat in the 2007 elections and served as the State’s Minister of Agriculture. As a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party, he served as Jharkhand’s in-charge and Uttarakhand cadre’s president. Winning from Doiwala again in 2017, he was named the Chief Minister after his party won majority and formed the government


Krishan Kant Paul

The State of Uttarakhand (earlier known as Uttaranchal) came into existence on 9th November, 2000 as the 27th State of the Republic of India. With the creation of the State of Uttarakhand, the Raj Bhawan was temporarily established at Bijapur House situated on New Cantonment Road, Dehradun. Subsequently the Circuit House, Dehradun was redesignated as Raj Bhawan and the first Governor, Shri Surjit Singh Barnala, shifted there on 25th December 2000. The present Raj Bhawan (earlier known as Circuit House) was built in 1902. It was then called “Court House”, where the then British Governor of United Provinces (now Uttar Pradesh) often used to reside. In the post-Independence period, India’s first Prime Minister, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru used to stay in this building whenever he visited Dehradun. From time to time, various Presidents of India and almost all Prime Ministers, so far, have stayed in this historic building. The Rajbhawan is situated at a height of 2305 ft. from sea level.

While the Raj Bhawan was shifted to Circuit House, the Governor’s Secretariat continued to function from Bijapur House premises till 27 July 2009, when the new Raj Bhawan Secretariat and Auditorium buildings were inaugurated by H.E. Shri B. L. Joshi (the 3rd Governor of Uttarakhand). Later, a separate Governor’s Official Residence was built in this premises which was inaugurated by Smt. Margaret Alva (the fourth Governor of Uttarakhand) on 14 April, 2010. The Old building, previously known as Circuit House, is now being used as Raj Bhawan Guest House.

The sprawling Lawns, Bonsai Garden and rich floral species add to the charm and beauty of the Rajbhawan.

The Auditorium of Raj Bhawan is a special venue where various important events e.g. oath-taking ceremonies, seminars, book-release functions and cultural programmes etc. are organised.

Uttarakhand is one of the few States in the country which can boast of two Raj Bhawans. The second Raj Bhawan of Uttarakhand is situated in Nainital. In the pre-Independence era, Nainital served as the summer capital of United Provinces (now Uttar Pradesh) and this beautiful building, built like a Scottish castle was christened as the “Government House”. After Independence it was renamed as Raj Bhawan. The foundation stone of Nainital Raj Bhawan was laid on 27th April 1897 and the construction took two years to complete. It is built on European pattern and based on Gothic Architecture.

The designers of Raj Bhawan (Nainital) were Architect Stevens and the Executive Engineer FOW Ortel. Burma teak has been used in conjunction with other versions of teak. Local stones have been used in its construction, with Ashler’s finishing. Some of the privileged occupants of the Raj Bhawan (Nainital) in the pre-Independence era include Sir Antony Mac Ddonald, Sir James, Sir John Misten, Sir Harcourt Butler, who were the then Governors of the United Provinces. In the post-Independence period, Smt. Sarojini Naidu, the first Governor of Uttar Pradesh, was the first occupant of this historic monument.

Abutting the Raj Bhawan is 160 acres of forest land which has a number of faunal species, besides large number of floral varieties. The Raj Bhawan (Nainital) also has a Golf Course spread over 45 acres. The Golf Course, built in 1936, is one of the vintage golf courses in India, and is affiliated to the Indian Golf Union (IGU). Tourists can enjoy a game of golf after paying a small green fee

Debangsu Basak

Hon’ble Justice Debangsu Basak


Born on June 19, 1966, in a lawyer’s family. Was enrolled as an Advocate on December 20, 1991, and practised for 21 years principally in the High Court at Calcutta, Company Law Board (Kolkata Bench as well as Principal Bench at New Delhi), Board for Industrial & Financial Reconstruction and Debts Recovery Tribunal and occasionally before the District Courts at Alipore and Barasat. Practised in Civil and Company matters and Constitutional matters but specialised in Company matters. Was elevated to the Bench of the High Court at Calcutta as an Additional Judge on October 30, 2013. Appointed as Permanent Judge of the Calcutta High Court on 14.03.2016


Soumen Sen

Hon’ble Justice Soumen Sen

The Hon’ble Justice Soumen Sen was born on 27th July, 1965 at Kolkata. He did his schooling from St. Lawrence High School at Kolkata. He passed the LL.B. Examination (5 years) from the University of Calcutta in the year 1990 securing the highest mark and stood First in the said Examination. He participated in Debates and Moot Court Competition and adjudged First in order of merit for individual performance at the XII All India Moot Court Competition 1989 held in Pondicheri in connection with selection for the International Division of Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition – 1989. Enrolled as an Advocate under Bar Council of West Bengal in January, 1991. Practiced as an Advocate in the Hon’ble High Court at Calcutta both in the Original Side and Appellate Side and before other Courts/Tribunals for last 20 years designated as Senior Central Government Advocate. Appeared in Civil, Constitutional, Banking and Arbitration matters and on behalf of RBI, SEBI, SIDBI & other Statutory Authorities. Elevated as Judge of the Calcutta High Court on 13thApril, 2011

State Kerala Government Who’s Who

The Government :


Justice P. Sathasivam

Took Office 5 September 2014

Chief Minister

Shri. Pinarayi Vijayan

Took Office 25 May 2016
Party Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency Dharmadom

The Legislature

Honourable Speaker P. Sreeramakrishnan
Took Office June 03, 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency Ponnani

 Honourable Deputy Speaker V. Sasi
Took Office  2016
Party  A.Velu,Sarada
Constituency  Chirayinkeezhu

Leader Of Opposition Ramesh Chennitala
Took Office  29 May 2016
Party  Indian National Congress

Council Ministers :

 Chief Minister  

Shri. Pinarayi Vijayan

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Dharmadom

 Minister for Welfare of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes  and Backward Classes, Law, Culture and Parliamentary Affairs

 Shri. A. K. Balan

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Taroor

Minister for Revenue and Housing

Abbreviation: M(R& H)

Shri. E. Chandrasekharan

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Kanhangad

Minister for Local Self-Governments, Welfare of Minorities, Wakf and Haj Pilgrimage

Abbreviation: M(LSG& WM)

Shri. K. T. Jaleel

Took Office  May 25, 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Kuttippuram

 Minister for Co-operation, Tourism and Devaswoms

Shri. Kadakampally Surendran

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Kazhakootam

 Minister for Electricity

Shri. M. M. Mani

Took Office  22 November 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Udumbanchola

Minister for Water Resources

Abbreviation: M(WRD)

Adv. Mathew T. Thomas

Took Office  2016
Party  Janata Dal (Secular)
Constituency  Tiruvalla, Pathanamthitta

Minister for Fisheries, Harbour Engineering and Cashew Industry

Abbreviation: M(F & HE)

Smt. J. Mercykutty Amma

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Kundara

Minister for Industries, Sports and Youth Affairs

Abbreviation: M(Ind., S&YA)

Shri. A. C. Moideen

Took Office

 Minister for Forests, Animal Husbandry and Zoos
Abbreviation: M(F,AH&Z) 

Adv. K. Raju

Took Office
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Punalur

 Minister for Ports, Museums, Archaeology and Archives
Abbreviation: M(P, M & A)

Shri. Ramachandran Kadannappally

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Congress (S)
Constituency  Kannur

Minister for Labour and Excise

Abbreviation: M(L&Ex.)

Shri. T. P. Ramakrishnan

Took Office  2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Perambra

Minister for Education

Abbreviation: M(Edn)


Prof C. Raveendranath

Took Office
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)

Minister for Health and Social Justice

Abbreviation: M(H & SJ)


Smt. K. K. Shailaja Teacher

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Kuthuparamba

Minister for Public Works and Registration

Abbreviation: M(W & Reg.)

Shri. G. Sudhakaran

Took Office
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Ambalapuzha, Kerala

Minister for Agriculture

Abbreviation: M(Agri)

Adv. V. S. Sunil Kumar

Took Office  2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Thrissur in Thrissur

Minister for Food and Civil Supplies

Abbreviation: M(F&CS)

Shri. P. Thilothaman

Took Office  2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Cherthala

Minister for Finance and Coir

Abbreviation: M(Fin &Coir)

Dr. T.M Thomas Isaac

Took Office  25 May 2016
Party  Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Constituency  Alapuzha

List of MPs from Kerala :

Lok Sabha MPs :

Sl No. Constituency  Name Name of the Member Political Party
1 Alappuzha (Kerala) Ariff, Adv. Abdul Majeed Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI (M))
2 Alathur (SC) (Kerala) Haridas, Ms. Ramya Indian National Congress (INC)
3 Attingal(Kerala) Prakash, Adv. Adoor Indian National Congress (INC)
4 Chalakudy (Kerala) Benny, Shri Behanan Indian National Congress (INC)
5 Ernakulam (Kerala) Eden, Shri Hibi Indian National Congress (INC)
6 Idukki (Kerala) Kuriakose, Adv. Dean Indian National Congress (INC)
7 Kannur (Kerala) Sudhakaran, Shri Kumbakudi Indian National Congress (INC)
8 Kasaragod (Kerala) Unnithan, Shri Rajmohan Indian National Congress (INC)
9 Kollam (Kerala) Premachandran, Shri N.K. Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)
10 Kottayam (Kerala) Chazhikadan, Shri Thomas Kerala Congress (M) (KC (M))
11 Kozhikode (Kerala) Raghavan, Shri M. K. Indian National Congress (INC)
12 Malappuram (Kerala) P.K., Shri Kunhalikutty Indian Union Muslim League (IUML)
13 Mavelikkara (SC) (Kerala) Kodikunnil, Shri Suresh Indian National Congress (INC)
14 Palakkad (Kerala) Sreekandan, Shri VellalathKochukrishnan Nair. Indian National Congress (INC)
15 Pathanamthitta (Kerala) Antony, Shri Anto Indian National Congress (INC)
16 Ponnani (Kerala) Basheer, Shri E. T. Mohammed Indian Union Muslim League (IUML)
17 Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) Tharoor, Dr. Shashi Indian National Congress (INC)
18 Thrissur (Kerala) Prathapan, Shri T.N. Indian National Congress (INC)
19 Vadakara (Kerala) Muraleedharan, Shri K. Indian National Congress (INC)
20 Wayanad (Kerala) Gandhi, Shri Rahul Indian National Congress (INC)


Rajya Sabhaa MPs :

Name Party Affiliation
1. M. P. Veerendra Kumar Janadhadhal (U)
2. A. K. Antony Indian National Congress
3. K.Somaprasad Communist Party of India (Marxist)
4. Joy Abraham Kerala Congress (M)
5. P. J. Kurien Indian National Congress
6. C.P. Narayanan Communist Party of India (Marxist)
7. K.K Ragesh Communist Party of India (Marxist)
8. Vayalar Ravi Indian National Congress
9. P. V. Abdul Wahab Indian union muslim league
10. Suresh Gopi Nominated

Members of Kerala Legislative Assembly :

1. Manjeshwar P B Abdul Razak, IUML
2. Kasaragod N A Nellikkunnu, IUML
3. Udma K Kunhiraman, CPM
4. Kanhangad E.Chandrashekaran, CPI
5. Trikaripur M.Rajagopalan, CPM
6. Payyannur C Krishnan, CPM
7. Kalliasseri T V Rajesh, CPM
8. Taliparamba James Mathew, CPM
9. Irikkur K C Joseph, INC
10. Azhikode K M Shaji, IUML
11. Kannur Ramachandran Kadannappalli, Congress (Secular)
12. Dharmadam Pinarayi Vijayan, CPM
13. Thalassery Adv. A N Shamseer, CPM
14. Kuthuparamba K K Shailaja Teacher, CPM
15. Mattannur E. P. Jayarajan, CPM
16. Peravoor Adv. Sunny Joseph, INC
17. Mananthavady O R Kelu, CPM
18. Sulthanbathery I C Balakrishnan, INC
19. Kalpetta C K Saseendran, CPM
20. Vadakara C.K.Nanu, JD(S)
21. Kuttiadi Parakkal Abdulla, IUML
22. Nadapuram E. K. Vijayan, CPI
23. Quilandy K.Dasan, CPM
24. Perambra T.P.Ramakrishnan, CPM
25. Balusseri Purushuan Kadalundi, CPM
26. Elathur A K Saseendran, NCP
27. Kozhikode North A Pradeep Kumar, CPM
28. Kozhikode South Dr. M.K.Muneer, IUML
29. Beypore Mammed Koya V K C, CPM
30. Kunnamangalam P.T.A. Rahim, IND
31. Koduvally Karat Razack, IND
32. Thiruvambady George M. Thomas, CPM
33. Kondotty T.V. Ibrahim, IUML
34. Eranad P.K Basheer, IUML
35. Nilambur P V Anvar, IND
36. Wandoor A.P. Anil Kumar, INC
37. Manjeri Adv. M Ummer, IUML
38. Perinthalmanna Manjalamkuzhi Ali, IUML
39. Mankada T A Ahammed Kabeer, IUML
40. Malappuram P Ubaidulla, IUML
41. Vengara P.K. Kunhalikkutty, IUML
42. Vallikkunnu Abdul Hameed Master, IUML
43. Tirurangadi P.K Abdu Rabb, IUML
44. Tanur V Abdurahiman, NSC
45. Tirur C. Mammutty, IUML
46. Kottakkal Abid Hussain Thangal, IUML
47. Thavanur Dr. K.T. Jaleel, IND
48. Ponnani P. Sreeramakrishnan, CPM
49. Thrithala V.T. Balram, INC
50. Pattambi Muhammed Muhassin, CPI
51. Shornur P.K.Sasi, CPM
52. Ottapalam P Unni, CPM
53. Kongad K.V.Vijayadas, CPM
54. Mannarkad Adv.N.Samsudheen, IUML
55. Malampuzha V S Achuthanandan, CPM
56. Palakkad Shafi Parambil, INC
57. Tarur A.K.Balan, CPM
58. Chittur K Krishnankutty, JD(S)
59. Nenmara K. Babu, CPM
60. Alathur K.D.Prasenan, CPM
61. Chelakkara U R Pradeep, CPM
62. Kunnamkulam A C Moideen, CPM
63. Guruvayoor K.V. Abdul Khader, CPM
64. Manalur Murali Perunelly, CPM
65. Wadakkanchery Anil Akkara, INC
66. Ollur Adv. K. Rajan, CPI
67. Thrissur V S Sunilkumar, CPI
68. Nattika Geetha Gopi, CPI
69. Kaipamangalam E T Taison Master, CPI
70. Irinjalakkuda Prof. K.U. Arunan, CPM
71. Puthukkad Prof.C.Raveendranath, CPM
72. Chalakkudy B. D. Devassy, CPM
73. Kodungallur V R Sunilkumar, CPI
74. Perumbavoor Adv. Eldose P Kunnappilly, INC
75. Angamaly Roji M John, INC
76. Aluva Anwar Sadath, INC
77. Kalamassery V K Ibrahim Kunju, IUML
78. Paravur V D Satheesan, INC
79. Vypen S Sarma, CPM
80. Kochi K J Maxy, CPM
81. Thripunithura Adv. M Swaraj, CPM
82. Eranakulam Hibi Eden, INC
83. Thrikkakara Adv.P T Thomas, INC
84. Kunnathunad V P Sajeendran, INC
85. Piravom Anoop Jacob, KEC(J)
86. Muvattupuzha Eldho Abraham, CPI
87. Kothamangalam Antony John, CPM
88. Devikulam S Rajendran, CPM
89. Udumbanchola M.M. Mani, CPM
90. Thodupuzha P.J. Joseph, KEC(M)
91. Idukki Roshy Augustine, KEC(M)
92. Peerumade E S Bijimol, CPI
93. Pala K M Mani, KEC(M)
94. Kaduthuruthy Adv. Mons Joseph, KEC(M)
95. Vaikom C K Asha, CPI
96. Ettumanoor Suresh Kurup, CPM
97. Kottayam Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan, INC
98. Puthuppally Oommen Chandy, INC
99. Changanassery C F Thomas, KEC(M)
100. Kanjirappally Dr. N Jayaraj, KEC(M)
101. Poonjar P C George Plathottam, IND
102. Aroor Adv.A.M.Ariff, CPM
103. Cherthala P.Thilothaman, CPI
104. Alappuzha Dr.T.M.Thomas Isaac, CPM
105. Ambalapuzha G.Sudhakaran, CPM
106. Kuttanad Thomas Chandy, NCP
107. Haripad Ramesh Chennithala, INC
108. Kayamkulam Adv.U.Prathibha Hari, CPM
109. Mavelikara R.Rajesh, CPM
110. Chengannur Adv.K.K.Ramachandran Nair, CPM
111. Thiruvalla Adv.Mathew T Thomas, JD(S)
112. Ranni Raju Abraham, CPM
113. Aranmula Veena George, CPM
114. Konni Adoor Prakash, INC
115. Adoor Chittayam Gopakumar, CPI
116. Karunagappally R.Ramachandran, CPI
117. Chavara N.Vijayan Pillai, Communist Marxist Party Kerala State Committee
118. Kunnathur Kovoor Kunjumon, IND
119. Kottarakkara Adv. P.Aisha Potty, CPM
120. Pathanapuram K.B. Ganesh Kumar, Kerala Congress (B)
121. Punalur Adv.K.Raju, CPI
122. Chadayamangalam Retnakaran, CPI
123. Kundara J.Mercy Kutty Amma, CPM
124. Kollam M Mukesh, CPM
125. Eravipuram M. Noushad, CPM
126. Chathannur G.S.Jayalal, CPI
127. Varkala Adv.V.Joy, CPM
128. Attingal Adv.B.Satyan, CPM
129. Chirayinkeezhu V. Sasi, CPI
130. Nedumangad C.Divakaran, CPI
131. Vamanapuram Adv. D.K.Murali, CPM
132. Kazhakkoottam Kadakampally Surendran, CPM
133. Vattiyoorkavu K Muraleedharan, INC
134. Thiruvananthapuram V.S. Sivakumar, INC
135. Nemom O.Rajagopal, BJP
136. Aruvikkara K.S. Sabarinadhan, INC
137. Parassala C.K.Hareendrakumar (C.K.Hareendran), CPM
138. Kattakkada Adv. I.B. Satheesh, CPM
139. Kovalam Adv.M.Vincent, INC
140. Neyyattinkara K.Ansalan, CPM

Judges of High Court of Kerala :

Sl. No Name
01 Antony Dominic (Chief Justice)
02 P.N.Ravindran
03 K. Surendra Mohan
04 P.R. Ramachandra Menon
05 C.K. Abdul Rehim
06 C.T. Ravi Kumar
07 V. Chitambaresh
08 A.M. Shaffique
09 K. Harilal
10 K. Vinod Chandran
11 P.D. Rajan
12 B. Kemal Pasha
13 A. Hariprasad
14 Dama Seshadri Naidu
15 P. Ubaid
16 K. Abraham Mathew
17 Alexander Thomas
18 A.Muhamed Mustaque
19 A.K. Jayasankaran Nambiar
20 Anil K. Narendran
21 P. V. Asha
22 P. B. Suresh Kumar
23 Sunil Thomas
24 Anu Sivaraman
25 Raja Vijayaraghavan V.
26 B.Sudheendra Kumar
27 K.P. Jyothindranath
28 Mary Joseph
29 Sathish Ninan
30 Devan Ramachandran
31  P.Somarajan
32 V.Shircy
33 A.M.Babu


Hon’ble Justice Kottravva Somappa Mudagal

Hon’ble Justice Justice Kottravva Somappa Mudagal: Born on December 22, 1963. Obtained B’Com, LL.B. from Karnataka University, Dharwad. Joined legal profession on 6th July, 1988 as an Advocate at Dharwad and Bangalore. Appointed as District Judge on 17.06.1998. Sworn in as an Additional Judge of the High Court of Karnataka on 14th November, 2016.

Kurukshetra District of Haryana at a Glance

About Kurukshetra District :

In the very first verse of Bhagwad-Gita (धर्मक्षेत्रे कुरुक्षेत्रे समवेता युयुत्सवः | मामकाः पाण्डवाश्चैव किम् अकुर्वत संजय ||), Kurukshetra is described as DHARAMKSHETRA i.e. ‘Region of righteousness’. Kurukshetra is a place of great historical and religious importance, revered all over the country for its sacred association with the Vedas and the Vedic Culture. It was here that the battle of Mahabharat was fought and Lord Krishna preached His Philosophy of ‘KARMA’ as enshrined in the Holy Bhagwad-Gita, to Arjuna at Jyotisar. According to Hindu mythology, the Kurukshetra is spread over, a circuit of about 48 KOS which includes a large number of holy places, temples and Sacred tanks connected with the religious events/rituals, Mahabharat War and Kurus, the ancestor of Kouravas and Pandavs. Kurukshetra is intimately related to the Aryan civilization and its growth all along the sacred river Saraswati.

It is believed that all the holy waters of all sacred rivers flow/converge into Kurukshetra’s Sannehit Sarovar, at the time of Somavati Amavasya & Solar eclipse. It is believed that those who visit this area reside here, take bath in the tanks, or die in Kurukshetra go to heaven after death. The Mahabharata states that one who dies at Kurukshetra attains salvation after death. It is said that the Almighty God after having perfomed, divine, yajnas created the universe here.
It is the land where the sage Manu penned his ‘Manusmriti’ and where learned ‘rishis’ compiled the Rig Veda and Sama Veda.Kurukshetra is named after King Kuru, who also performed a supreme sacrifice to bring prosperity to the land and his people.

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Tourist Places :

Brahma Sarovar :

Brahma Sarovar, as its name suggests, is a water tank in Thanesar in Haryana. It is considered sacred by Hindus and is incredibly beautiful. It is said that the water inside the tank is sacred and used by people internally as well as externally to take a bath and attain salvation. It has been currently renovated and equipped with modern state-of-the-art facilities. The tank has the dimensions of 3600 length and 1500 breadth. It has been given a rectangular shape.

Legend has it that the universe was created by Lord Brahma from the land of Kurukshetra after yajna took place. This Brahma Sarovar is believed to be the support of the civilisation and has also been mentioned in the eleventh century AD memory of Al Beruni who was also called Kitab-ul-Hind

Krishna Museum :

Founded in 1987, Krishna Museum houses various artifacts of Lord Krishna and Krishna’s incarnations from 1st Century AD to 11th Century AD. The museum housing six galleries also showcases the statues in the forms as described in the Bhagavata Purana and Mahabharata.

The exhibits in the galleries consist of exquisite woodcarvings, wooden panels, bronze casting, ivory works, palm- leaf etchings, stone sculptures, archaeological artifacts and miniature paintings. There is also a tableaux made from Papier-mache and clay, based on Bhagavata and Mahabharata

Sthaneshwar Mahadev :

It is said that the Pandavas obtained the blessings of Lord Shiva in Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple. The tank in the premises of the temple is believed to possess healing properties and has also healed Banasura’s leprosy.

Archeologists trace the architecture of the temple to Sthaneshwar, an ancient capital of Harsha Vardhana. One can see the roof of the temple shaped like an amla dome with lofty pinnacles. The temple houses an ancient statue of the Shiva Linga which is believed to be the first idol of Shiva in the phallic form

Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple :

It is said that the Pandavas obtained the blessings of Lord Shiva in Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple. The tank in the premises of the temple is believed to possess healing properties and has also healed Banasura’s leprosy.

Archeologists trace the architecture of the temple to Sthaneshwar, an ancient capital of Harsha Vardhana. One can see the roof of the temple shaped like an amla dome with lofty pinnacles. The temple houses an ancient statue of the Shiva Linga which is believed to be the first idol of Shiva in the phallic form