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Among the films shown in its founding year were Akira Kurosawa's Throne of Blood and Satyajit Ray's Pather Panchali.
In his book, Terrorism, media, liberation, John David Slocum argues that like Satyajit Ray's classic masterpiece Pather Panchali ( 1955 ), Khan's Mother India has vied for alternative definitions of Indianness.
Satyajit Ray cited Italian filmmaker Vittorio De Sica's Bicycle Thieves ( 1948 ) and French filmmaker Jean Renoir's The River ( 1951 ), which he assisted, as influences on his debut film Pather Panchali ( 1955 ).
The Bengali Writer Vibhuti Bhushan Bandopadhyay ( often written as " Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay ")' s book ' Pather Panchali ' ( The Song of the Road ) was adapted into a film by Satyajit Ray.
It was cited as an influence on several early Indian art films, including Bimal Roy's Do Bigha Zamin ( Two Acres of Land, 1953 ) and Satyajit Ray's Pather Panchali ( 1955 ).
* Closest runners-up: Hiroshima Mon Amour, Pather Panchali and Zero de Conduite ( 11 mentions apiece )
Pather Panchali ( 15 mentions )
This version can be heard played by a marching band in the Bengali film, Pather Panchali, directed by Satyajit Ray.
He commented that while Satyajit Ray's Pather Panchali took on " a slim poetic form " the structure and tempo of it " would barely pass as a ' rough cut ' with editors in Hollywood ".
His best known work is the autobiographical novel, Pather Panchali ( The Song of the Road ), which was later adapted ( along with Aparajito, the sequel ) into the Apu Trilogy films, directed by Satyajit Ray.
Many of his novels are set in the city of Bongaon, including Pather Panchali, Adarsha Hindu Hotel, Ichamati and Bipiner Sansar.
However, it was not until 1928, when his first novel Pather Panchali ( also known in English as Song of the Little Road ) was published, that Bibhutibhushan received critical attention.
Pather Panchali brought Bibhutibhushan to prominence in Bengali literature and the novel and its sequel Aparajito, were subsequently translated into numerous languages.
Author Humayun Azad opined that the novel form of Pather Panchali is superior to its cinematic rendition.
In his introduction to these excerpts, Chaudhuri writes: " Unique for its tenderness and poetry ... Pather Panchali rejects both nineteenth-century realism and social realism ( the social milieu described in it would have logically lent itself to the latter ) for an inquiry into perception and memory.
Martin Seymour-Smith, in his Guide to Modern World Literature ( 1973 ), describes Bibhutibhushan ( he uses the form Banerji ) as " perhaps the best of all modern Indian novelists ", going on to write that " probably nothing in twentieth-century Indian literature, in prose or poetry, comes to the level of Pather Panchali ".
* Pather Panchali () ( Song of the Road )
* Aparajito () ( Unvanquished ; sequel to Pather Panchali )
* Pather Panchali ( 1955 )
Ray prepared a script for it in the 1940s, long before he made his first film Pather Panchali.

Pather and for
Today the famous markets known as Laad Baazar and Pather Gatti, near the Charminar, are a favour, of tourists and locals alike for jewellery, especially known for exquisite bangles and pearls respectively.
* Pather Dabi, ( Demand for a Pathway ) 1926

Pather and .
Subsequent explorers such as Sheliech, Andreone and Pather, have failed to find living Macroscincus.
The main areas of Wishaw are: Cambusnethan, Coltness, Craigneuk, Gowkthrapple, Dimsdale, Greenhead, Wishawhill, Netherton, Pather and Waterloo.

Panchali and is
She is also variously referred as Kṛṣṇā ( or Krishnaa, meaning one of darker complexion ), Panchali ( meaning one from the kingdom of Panchāla ), Yajnaseni ( meaning one born from a Yajna or fire-sacrifice ), Mahabhaartii ( great wife of the five descendents of Bharata ) and Sairandhri ( literally: an expert maid, her assumed name during her second exile in which she worked as Virat kingdom's queen Sudeshna's hair-stylist ).
Sage Bharata's Natya Shastra, written in 2 < sup > nd </ sup > century CE, speaks of four types of Pravrittis ( local usages ): Avanti, Dakshinatya, Panchali, and Odra Magadhi, and the areas where each type is employed.
The area is packed with retail outlets selling everything from furniture ( the oldest and the most reputed is Panchali Furniture ) and fixtures to clothing and electronics All major Banks ' branches are also situated in Sector 17.
His work, the Sri Ram Panchali, is popularly known as the Krittivasi Ramayan.

Panchali and for
During their vanavasa ( exile ) Pandavas and Panchali stayed here for some days.

Panchali and Bengali
14th century ), Shri Rama Panchali or Krittivasi Ramayan by Krittibas Ojha in Bengali ( ca.

Panchali and .
Yudhisthira married the Panchali princess Draupadi, who bore him a son, Prativindya.
Pandavas and Panchali conducted the Paranaveedal ritual to end their vratha.
Narada Maharshi, Veda Vyasa Maharshi, Parasurama, Pancha Pandavas and Panchali were also associated with this river.

is and considered
Life is further characterized, in antithesis to Piepsam, as animal: the image of a dog, which appears at several places, is first given as the criterion of amiable, irrelevant interest aroused by life considered simply as a spectacle: a dog in a wagon is `` admirable '', `` a pleasure to contemplate '' ; ;
But he is more interesting than the others, the ones who come from the highroad to watch him, more interesting than Life considered as a cyclist.
a `` Double-Figure '', which went to the Chicago Art Institute, and is considered by him the most successful of his abstracts ; ;
The young William Faulkner in New Orleans in the 1920's impressed the novelist Hamilton Basso as obviously conscious of being a Southerner, and there is no evidence that since then he has ever considered himself any less so.
After allowing for group exposures, it is apparent that other factors must be considered if we are to comprehend fanaticism.
If it is not one of his best books, it can only be considered unsatisfactory when compared with his own Garibaldi.
This is not to assume that his work was without merit, but the validity of his assumptions concerning the meaning of history must always be considered against this background of an unprofessional approach.
The national average is more than $4 and that figure is considered by experts in the mental health field to be too low.
A recent study on radiation exposure by the AEC's division of biology and medicine stated: `` The question of the biological effect of ( radiation ) doses is not considered '' herein.
The latter matter is considered in detail in a later section.
This agreement is considered very good for such short time intervals.
As was said in Gonzales, `` it is the Appeal Board which renders the selective service determination considered ' final ' in the courts, not to be overturned unless there is no basis in fact.
the Athletic program at Carleton is considered an integral part of the activities of the College and operates under the same budgetary procedure and controls as the academic work.
Whether considered alone or in relation to other editions, COLH 40 is a document of prime importance.
Biological warfare is considered to be primarily a strategic weapon.
The following information on snakes varying greatly in size ( but all with less than a 10-foot maximum ) shows, when considered with the foregoing, that there is probably no correlation between the length of a snake and the time required for it to mature.
It is hypothesized that fertility is a function of the social system when the population as a whole is considered and a function of the subsystems when the two-fold division of core families and marginal families is considered.

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