Thursday, January 31, 2013

ORIGINAL NAMES WITH ABBREVIATED OR ALTERNATIVE NAMES


Acharya Rajneesh:Osho

Adam Smith: Father of Economics

Adolf Hitler: Fuhrer (also fuehrer)

Alfred Hitchcock: Master of Suspense

Andrei D. Sakharov: Father of the (Soviet) Hydrogen Bomb

Bal Gangadhar Tilak: Lokmanya; Father of Indian Unrest

Bhagat Singh: Shahid - e - Azam

C. Rajagopalachari: C.R. Rajaji

C.F. Andrews: Deenabandhu

C.N. Annadurai: Anna

Chittaranjan Das: Deshbandhu

Dadabhai Naoroji: Grand Old Man of India; Father of Indian Politics and Economics.

Dadasaheb Phalke: Father of Indian Cinema.

Duke of Wellington: Iron Duke.

Dwight David Eisenhower: lke

Edmund Spencer: Poets' Poet

Eivis Presley; Elvis the Pelvis

Ernest Rutherford: Father of Nuclear Physics.

Erwin Rammel: Desert Fax.

Florence Nightingale: Lady with the Lamp.

Geoffrey Chaucer: Father of English Poetry.

George Bernard Show: 'G.B.S'

Giovanni Baccaccio: Father of the Novel

Gurcharan Singh: Ground Old Man of Indian Pottery, Daddyji.

Henrik J. Ibsen: Father of Modern Drama

Herodotus: Father of History

Hippocrates: Father of Medicine

Homi J. Bhabha: Father of Indian Nuclear Science

Indira Gandhi: Iron Lady of India

J.R.D. Tata: Father of Civil Aviation in India.

Jamshedji Tata: Father of Indian Industry

Jawaharlal Nehru: Chacha; Panditji

Jayaprakash Narayan: 'J.P'; Loknayak

Joan of Arc: Maid of Orleans

Joseph Priestley: Father of Soda Pop; Father of Modern Chemistry

K.M. Cariappa: Kipper, Grand Old Man of Indian Army.

K.V. Puttappa: Kuvempu

Kalidas: Indian Shakespeare, Shakespeare of India

Kato Ichire: Dr. Robot.

Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan: Badshah Khan; Frantier Gandhi; Fakhre-e Afghan,

Lala Lajpat Rai: Punjab Kesari (Lion of the Punjab or Sher-e-Punjab)

M.F. Robespierre: The Incorruptible

M.K. Gandhi: Bapu; Mahatma; Father of the Nation.

M.S. Golwalkar: Guruji

Madan Mohan Malaviya: Mahamana

Nandlal Base: Father of Modern Painting in India.

Napoleon Bonaparte: Little Corporol; Man of Density.

Otto Von Bismarck: Man of Blood and Iron; Iron Chancellor

Queen Elizabeth I; Maiden Queen

Rabindranath Tagore: Gurudev

Rajinder Singh: Sparrow

Raja Rammohan Roy: Father of Indian Renaissance.

Richard Cobden: Apostle of Free Trade

Samudragupta: Indian Napoleon.

S. Sathyamurthi: Firebrand of South India

Salim Ali: The Birdman of India

Sarojini Naidu: Nightingale of India

Shakti Chattapadhyaya: Robert Frost of West Bengal.

Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah: Lion of Kashmir (Sher-e-Kashmir)

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman: Bangabandhu

St. Nicholas: Santa Claus

Subhash Chandra Bose: Netaji

Susruta: Father of Modern Plastic Surgery

T.T. Krishnamachari: T.T.K.'

Tanguturi Prakasam: Andhra Kesari

Tenzing Norgay: Tiger of Snows

Thomas Cook: Father of Modern Tourism

Thomas Edward Lawrence: Lawrence of Arabia

Tushar Kanti Ghosh; Grand Old Man of Indian Journalism

Vallabhbhai Patel: Iron Man of India, Bismarck of India.

Vinoba Bhave: Acharya

V.M. Basheer: Sultan of Beypore

Walter Scott: Wizard of the North

William Ewart Gladstone: Grand Old Man of British Politics.

William Pitt: The Younger Pitt, Grand Commoner

William Shakespeare: Bard of Avon.

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