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Assistant Renaissance

Kerala Renaissance – 11

മന്നത്ത് പദ്മനാഭൻ, കെ കേളപ്പൻ എന്നിവരെ കുറിച്ചുള്ള ചോദ്യങ്ങളാണ് ഇന്നത്തെ പാഠത്തിൽ.

  • Mannathu Padmanabhan was born at

Perunna, Kottayam

 

  • Mannathu Padmanabhan was born on

2nd January 1878

 

  • Father of Mannathu Padmanabhan

Eswaran Namboothiri

 

  • Mother of Mannathu Padmanabhan

Parvathy Amma

 

  • Renaissance leader who was called as Bharatha Kesari

Mannathu Padmanabhan

 

  • Mannathu Padmanabhan was honored with Bharatha Kesari title in

1959

 

  • Renaissance leader who was called as Madan Mohan Malavya of Kerala

Mannathu Padmanabhan

 

  • Who called Mannath Padmanabhan as Madan Mohan Malavya of Kerala

Sardar KM Panicker

 

  • Savarna Jatha from Vaikom to Trivandrum to support Vaikom Satyagraha was organized by

Mannathu Padmanabhan

 

  • Vimochana Samaram against EMS ministry was organized by

Mannathu Padmanabhan (Angamaly- Thiruvananthapuram, 1959)

 

  • Founder of Nair Service Society (NSS)

Mannathu Padmanabhan

 

 

  • President of Guruvayur Satyagraha Committee

Mannathu Padmanabhan

 

 

  • First president of Travancore Devaswom Board

Mannathu Padmanabhan (1949)

 

 

  • Leader who performed Muthukulam speech

Mannathu Padmanabhan (1947)

 

 

  • Leader who performed Kozhancheri speech

C Kesavan (1935)

 

 

  • Autobiography of Mannathu Padmanabhan

Ente Jeevitha Smaranakal

 

 

  • Mannathu Padmanabhan was nominated to Sree Moolam Prajasabha in

1921

 

 

  • Mannathu Padmanabhan become the member of Travancore legislative assembly in

1949

 

 

  • Mannathu Padmanabhan got Padmabhushan in

1966

 

 

  • Social reformer to speak in Malayalam in Oxford University

Mannathu Padmanabhan

 

 

  • Mannathu Padmanabhan died on

25th February 1970

 

 

  • Mannam memorial is located at

Perunna, Changanassery

 

 

  • Mannam sugar mill is located at

Panthalam (Pathanamthitta)

 

 

  • Organization established by Mannathu Padmanabhan with help of R Sankar

Hindu Maha mandalam

 

 

  • Political party started by Mannathu Padmanabhan and R Sankar

Democratic Congress party (1950)

 

 

  • Indian Postal department issued postal stamp on Mannathu Padmanabhan in

1989

 

 

  • Kerala government declared Mannam Jayanthi (Jan 2) as a public holiday from

2014

 

 

  • NSS was started on

31st Oct 1914

 

 

  • First name of NSS

Nair Bhruthya Jana sangham

 

 

  • Who proposed the name Nair bhruthyajana sangham

K Kannan Nair

 

 

  • Who proposed the name Nair service society

Paramu Pillai (11 July 1915)

 

 

  • Headquarters of NSS

Perunna

 

 

  • First president of NSS

K Kelappan

 

 

  • First secretary of NSS

Mannathu Padmanabhan

 

 

  • Mouthpiece of NSS

Service (1919)

 

 

  • My god and goddess and everything is NSS. Who said this

Mannathu Padmanabhan

 

 

  • Organization which formed in the model of  Servants of India society of Gokhale

NSS

 

 

  • Political party formed by NSS

National Democratic Party

 

 

  • First NSS karayogam was started at

Thatta (Pathanamthitta)

 

 

  • First school started by NSS was started at

Karukachal

 

 

  • First hospital established by NSS

Panthalam Hospital

 

 

  • Major works of Mannathu Padmanabhan

Pancha Kalyani niroopanam, Our trips to the federal Malay states

 

 

  • Wife of Mannathu Padmanabhan

Madhavi Amma

 

 

  • Major works of Madhavi Amma

Thathvachintha and Hemapanjaram

 

 

  • K Kelappan (Koyappalli Kelappan Nair) was born at

Muchukunnu, Kozhikkodu

 

 

  • K Kelappan was born on

24th August 1889

 

 

  • Spouse of K Kelappan

Lakshmi Amma

 

 

  • Founder of Thavanoor rural institute

K Kelappan

 

 

  • Who is called as Kerala Gandhi

K Kelappan

 

 

  • Who is called as Kerala Subhash Chandra Bose

Abdul Rahman Sahib

 

 

  • Who is called as Kerala Nehru

Kottur Kunju Krishnan Nair

 

 

  • Who is called as Mayyazhi Gandhi

IK Kumaran

 

 

  • Leader of salt satyagraha at Payyanur

K Kelappan

 

 

  • Secretary of Guruvayur Satyagraha committee

K Kelappan

 

 

  • First Keralite selected by Gandhi for individual satyagraha

K Kelappan

 

 

  • Social reformer of Kerala who published Gramadeepam

K Kelappan

 

 

  • Who was the leader of the agitation at Thali temple at Angadipuram and Thirunavaya

K Kelappan

 

 

  • Leading newspaper in which Kelappan served as an Editor

Mathrubhoomi

 

 

  • President of Akhila Kerala Conference held at Thrissur in 1848

K Kelappan

 

 

  • President of KPCC at the time of independence

K Kelappan

 

 

  • Indian postal department issued stamp of Kelappan in

1990

 

 

  • Kelappan was died on

7th October 1971

 

 

  • Party in which Kelappan rejoined after resigning from Congress

Kisan Mazdoor Praja party

 

  • Loksabha constituency from which Kelappan was elected

Ponnani (1952)


(To be Continued…)

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Assistant Renaissance

Kerala Renaissance – 10

കുമാരനാശാൻ, സി വി കുഞ്ഞിരാമൻ എന്നീ സാമുദായിക പരിഷ്കർത്താക്കളുമായി ബന്ധപ്പെട്ട ചോദ്യങ്ങളാണ് ഇന്നത്തെ പാഠത്തിൽ ഉൾപ്പെടുത്തിയിരിക്കുന്നത്.

  • Birthplace of Kumaranashan

                  Kayikkara, Thiruvananthapuram

  • Kumaranashan born on

                  12th April 1873

  • Father of Kumaranashan

                  Narayanan

  • Mother of Kumaranashan

                  Kali

  • Spouse of Kumaranashan

                  Bhanumathi

  • Childhood name of Kumaranashan

                  Kumaru

  • Kumaranashan undertook a studentship in poetry under

                  Manamboor Govindan Asan

  • Translation of Edwin Arnold’s Light of Asia written by Kumaranasan

                  Sribuddha Charitham

  • First notable work of Kumaranashan

                  Veena Poovu

  • Which is known as the first ideal Khanda

    kavyam

    in Malayalam

                  Veena Poovu

  • Veena Poovu was published for the first time in

                  Mithavadi

  • Veena Poovu was written at

                  Jaina Medu, Palakkadu

  • Veena Poovu was written in which year

                  1907

  • Kumaranashan was

    honoured

    by Prince of Wales in

                  1922

  • The only poet in Malayalam become Mahakavi without writing a Mahakavyam

                  Kumaranasan

  • The title Mahakavi was given to Kumaranasan by

                  Madras University

  • Work of Kumaranasan that depicts the fact “Mamsanibadhamalla Ragam”

                  Leela

  • Work of Kumaranasan written in Vanchippattu vritham

                  Karuna

  • Last work of Kumaranasan

                  Karuna

  • Plays written by Kumaranasan

                  Vichithravijayam, Mrityunjayam

  • The character “Mathangi” belongs to which poem of Kumaranasan

                  Chandalabhikshuki

  • Work of Kumaranasan in the background of Mappila Rebellion

                  Duravastha

  • The elegy authored by Kumaranasan to mourn the death of AR Rajaraja Varma

                  Prarodhanam

  • “Mattuvin

    chattangale swayam

    ,

    allenkil mattumathukalee ningalethan

    ” Kumaranasan give this warning in which poem?

                  Duravastha

  • Who was known as “Sneha Gayakan”

                  Kumaranasan

  • Who was called as “Ashaya Gambheeran”

                  Kumaranasan

  • Who called Kumaranasan as “Divya kokilam”

                  Leelavathy

  • Who called Kumaranasan as “Chinna Swami”

                  Dr. Palpu

  • Who called Kumaranasan as “Viplavathinte Shukranakshathram”

                  Joseph Mundassery

  • Who called Kumaranasan as “Poet of the revolution” and “Poet of renaissance”

                  Thayat Sankaran

  • “Asan- Navodhanathinte Kavi” is written by

                  Thayat Sankaran

  • Who was known as the Son of honor (മാനസപുത്രൻ) to Dr. Palpu

                  Kumaranasan

  • Kumaranasan authored “Divya kokilam” as a tribute to

                  Rabindranath Tagore

  • The first poet to become a member of Travancore legislative assembly

                  Kumaranasan

  • Kumaranasan become a member of Travancore legislative assembly in

                  1909

  • First Malayalam poet to appear on Indian postal stamp

                  Kumaranasan

  • Indian postal stamp issued to honour Kumaranasan in

                  12th April 1973

  • Kumaranasan died on

                  16th January 1924

  • Kumaranasan memorial is situated at

                  Thonnackal, Thiruvananthapuram

  • Boat accident that caused the death of Kumaranasan was happened at

                  Kuarakodi, Pallana River, Alappuzha

  • Name of the boat that Kumaranasan traveled at the time of the accident

                  Redeemer

  • Asan’s books on Buddha legends

                  Karuna, Chandala Bhikshuki

  • Who wrote the book “Asanthiyil

    ninnum

    Shanthiyilekk” about Kumaranasan

                  MK Sanu

  • Famous works of Kumaranasan

                  Veena Poovu, Prarodhanam, Divya Kokilam, Duravastha, Karuna, Vanamala, Pushpavaadi, Manimala, Nalini, Leela, Sreebudha Charitham, Simhaprasavam, Shankara Shathakam, Bhaktha Vilapam, Kalakanda geetham, Chinthavishtayaya Seetha, Chandala Bhikshuki, Gramavrikshathile Kuyil

  • Birthplace of CV Kunjiraman

                  Mayyanadu, Kollam

  • CV Kunjiraman was born on

                  1871

  • Father of CV Kunjiraman

                  Velayudhan

  • Mother of CV Kujiraman

                  Kunji Chali

  • Founder of Malayalam daily Kerala Kaumudi

                  CV Kunjiraman

  • Kerala Kaumudi Started on

                  1911

  • The founder editor of Malayalarajyam newspaper

                  CV Kunjiraman

  • “Theeyarkk

    nallath

    Budhamatham

    thanneyaanu

    ” who told these words

                  CV Kunjiraman

  • PK

    Theeyan

    , Simhalan, Bhashabhimani, were the pen names of

                  CV Kunjiraman

  • Years in which CV Kunjiraman was elected as the secretary of SNDP

                  1928 and 1931

  • CV Kunjiraman died on

                  1949


(To be Continued…)

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Assistant Renaissance

Kerala Renaissance – 09

പണ്ഡിറ്റ് കറുപ്പൻ, ആറാട്ടുപുഴ വേലായുധ പണിക്കർ എന്നീ നവോത്ഥാന നായകരെ കുറിച്ചുള്ള ചോദ്യങ്ങളാണ് ഇന്നത്തെ പാഠത്തിൽ ഉൾപ്പെടുത്തിയിട്ടുള്ളത്.

  • Pandit Karuppan was born on

24th May 1885

 

  • Pandit Karuppan was born at

Cheranelloor, Ernakulam

 

  • Father of Pandit Karuppan

Pappu

 

  • Mother of Pandit Karuppan

Kochu Pennu

 

  • Spouse of Pandit Karuppan

Kunjamma

 

  • Childhood name of Pandit Karuppan

Shankaran

 

  • Full name of Pandit Karuppan

Kandathu Parambil Pappu Karuppan

 

  • First human rights activist from Cochin state

Pandit Karuppan

 

  • Who was called as “Lincoln of Kerala”

Pandit Karuppan

 

  • Who was called as Kavi thilakan

Pandit Karuppan

 

  • Who honoured Karuppan as Kavi Thilakan

Maharaja of Cochin

 

  • The title Sahithya Nipunan was conferred to Karuppan by

Maharaja of Cochin

 

  • The title Vidwan was conferred to Karuppan by

Kerala Varma Valiyakoilthampuran

 

  • Founder of Araya Samajam in 1907

Pandit KP Karuppan

 

  • First Sabha founded by Pandit Karuppan

Kalyanadayini Sabha

 

  • Sabhas established by Karuppan at Thevara

Vala Samudhaya Parishkarini Sabha and Sudharma Suryodaya Sabha

 

  • Sabha established by Karuppan at Kodungalloor

Kalyana Dayini Sabha

 

  • Sabha established by Karuppan at Edakochi

Jnanodayam Sabha

 

  • Sabha established by Karuppan at North Paravur

Prabodha Chandrodaya Sabha

 

  • Sabha established by Karuppan at Paravur

Samudhaya Sevini Sabha

 

  • Sabha established by Karuppan at Engandiyoor

Araya Vamsha Dharani Sabha

 

  • Sabha established by Karuppan at Kumbalam

Sanmarga Pradeepa Sabha

 

  • Sabha established by Karuppan at Vaikkom

Vala Seva Samithi

 

  • Aggrieved by the death of Chattambi Swamikal, Karuppan wrote a condolence poem named

Samadhi Sapthaham

 

  • Which renaissance leader’s house is known as Sahithya kudeeram

Pandit Karuppan

 

  • First book in Kerala that criticised the caste system and untouchability

Jaathikkummi

 

  • The play of Karuppan which opposed caste system

Balakalesham

 

  • Work of Karuppan to generate awareness among depressed classes against superstitions

Aacharabhooshanam

 

  • The first poem by Karuppan

Sthothra Mandaram

 

  • Pandit Karuppan was nominated as a member of Cochin Legislative Council in

1925

 

  • Kayal Sammelanam by Kochi Pulaya Sabha was led by

Pandit Karuppan

 

  • Kayal Sammelanam was conducted in

1913

 

  • Karuppan was appointed as the secretary to the Elementary Education Committe and the Bhasha Parishkarana Committe in

1928

 

  • Karuppan was appointed as the superintendent of Vernacular Education, Cochin state in

1931

 

  • Karuppan was appointed as Malayalam lecturer in Maharaja College in

1932

 

  • Pandit Karuppan died on

23rd March 1938

 

  • Pandit Karuppan memorial is located at

Cheranelloor

 

  • First recipient of Pandit Karuppan prize instituted by Pandit Karuppan Vichara Vedi

Sugathakumari in 2013

 

  • Araya Vamsha paripalana yogam founded by

Velukkutty Arayan

 

  • Arayan Magazine issued by

Velukkutty Arayan

 

  • Books of Pandit Karuppan

Samadhi Sapthaham, Sakunthala, Balodyanam, Kairalee Kouthukam, Sakunthalam Vanchippattu, Dheevara Tharuniyude Vilapam, Jaathikkummi, Sthothra Mandaram, Lankamardanam, Balakalesham, Achara bhooshanam, Arayaprasasthi, Chithalekha, Dhruvacharitham, Lalithopaharam, Udyana Virunnu, Shree Budhan, Panchavadi, Maha samadhi

 

  • Birthplace of Arattupuzha Velayudha Panicker

Karthikappally, Alappuzha

 

  • Real name of Arattupuzha Velayudha Panicker

Kallisseri Velayudha Chekavar

 

  • Wife of Arattupuzha Velayudha Panicker

Velumpy

 

  • The title “Panicker” was given to Velayudhan by

Maharaja of Travancore

 

  • Temple founded by Velayudha Panicker for all castes and tribes

Mangalathu Village Cheruvaranam

 

  • Organizer and leader of Achi pudava Strike in Kayamkulam

Arattupuzha Velayudha Panicker

 

  • Strike conducted by Velayudha Panicker to get the right to wear Mookkuthy for lower caste women

Mookkuthy Samaram

 

  • Mookkuthy samaram was conducted at

Panthalam

 

  • Organization founded by Velayudha Panicker to break the Savarna monopoly in Kathakali

Kalisseril Kathakali Yogam (1860)

 

  • Superviser of Kathakali Yogam was

Ambalappuzha Madhava Kurup

 

  • Velayudha Panicker killed in

1874

 

  • Samadhi place of Arattupuzha Velayudha Panicker

Perumpally


(To be Continued…)

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Assistant Renaissance

Kerala Renaissance – 08

കുര്യാക്കോസ് ചവറ അച്ഛനുമായി ബന്ധപ്പെട്ട സമഗ്ര വിവരങ്ങളാണ് ഇന്നത്തെ പാഠത്തിൽ ഉൾപ്പെടുത്തിയിരിക്കുന്നത്.

  • Birth place of Kuriakose Elias Chavara

Kainakari, Alappuzha

 

  • Kuriakose Elias Chavara born on

10th February 1805

 

  • Father of Kuriakose Elias Chavara

Iko Kuriakose

 

  • Mother of Kuriakose Elias Chavara

Mariam Thoppil

 

  • Father of literacy in Kerala

Kuriakose Elias Chavara

 

  • Kuriakose Elias Chavara used to present him as

Servant of God

 

  • Renaissance leader who was called as “Daiva Dasan”

Kuriakose Elias Chavara

 

  • Renaissance leader who was known as Blessed reverence father

Kuriakose Elias Chavara

 

  • The concept of Pallikkoodam (School with every church) was introduced by

Kuriakose Elias Chavara

 

  • Founder of CMI (Carmelites of Mary Immaculate)

Kuriakose Elias Chavara

 

  • CMI started at

Mannanam, Kottayam

 

  • CMI started in

1831

 

  • First Superiar General of CMI

Kuriakose Elias Chavara

 

  • Founder of sisters of the Congregation of the Mothers of Carmel (CMC)

Kuriakose Elias Chavara

 

  • CMC started in

1866

 

  • India’s first Christian missionary

CMI

 

  • Kuriakose Chavara was beatified on

8th February 1986

 

  • Kuriakose Chavara was beatified by

John Paul II

 

  • Kuriakose Chavara was beatified along with

St. Alphonsa

 

  • Kuriakose Chavara was canonized on

23rd November 2014

 

  • Kuriakose Chavara was canonized by

Pope Francis

 

  • Kuriakose Chavara was canonized along with

St. Euphrasia

 

  • Kuriakose Chavara appeared on Indian postal stamp on

20th December 1987

 

  • The co-founder and first prior general of the first congregation for men in the Syro-Malabar Catholic Church

Kuriakose Chavara

 

  • Kuriakose Chavara was baptized at

Chennamkary Parish Church, Alappuzha

 

  • First Seminary started by Kuriakose Chavara was at

Mannanam, Kottayam

 

  • First Sanskrit Schools under Catholic Mission started by Kuriakose Chavara at

Mannanam and Koonammav (Ernakulam) in 1846

 

  • First person to establish a printing press in Kerala without foreign support

Kuriakose Elias Chavara

 

  • First printing press established by Kuriakose Chavara

St Joseph’s Press

 

  • The third printing press in Kerala

St Joseph’s Press

 

  • First printing press established by Kuriakose Chavara at

Mannanam

 

  • The first book published by St. Josephs press

Jnanapeeyusham

 

  • Oldest daily in Kerala which was printed from St. Josephs press

Deepika

 

  • Deepika started publication from

1887

 

  • Kuriakose Chavara become Vicar General of Syro-Malabar church in

1861

 

  • Kuriakose Chavara become Vicar of Arthunkal church in

1829

 

  • Renaissance leader who was associated with ‘Pidiyari System’

Kuriakose Elias Chavara

 

  • Kuriakose Chavara died on

3rd January 1871

 

  • Kuriakose Chavara died at

Koonammav, Ernakulam

 

  • Remains of Kuriakose Chavara is located in

St Josephs church, Mannanam

 

  • Books of Kuriakose Chavara

Athmanuthapam, Nalla appante chavarul, thalpathu maniyude kramam, Anasthasyayude rakthasakshithwam, Kanona Namaskaram, Dhyana sallapangal, Koonammav Madam, Nalagamam, Marana parvam

 

  • “Jeevitham thanne sandesham : Vishudha Chavarayude Jeevitham” was written by

MK Sanu

 

  • “Chavara Achan: Oru Rekha Chithram” was written by

KC Chacko


(To be Continued…)

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Assistant Renaissance

Kerala Renaissance – 07

അയ്യങ്കാളിയുമായി ബന്ധപ്പെട്ട ചോദ്യങ്ങളുടെ സമഗ്രമായ സമാഹാരമാണ് ഇന്നത്തെ പാഠത്തിൽ ഉൾപ്പെടുത്തിയിരിക്കുന്നത്.

  • Ayyankali was born on

28th August 1863

 

  • Birthplace of Ayyankali

Venganoor

 

  • House of Ayyankali

Plavathara House

 

  • Father of Ayyankali

Ayyan

 

  • Mother of Ayyankali

Mala

 

  • Spouse of Ayyankali

Chellamma

 

  • Childhood name of Ayyankali

Kali

 

  • The leader who first organized the agricultural strike in Kerala

Ayyankali

 

  • The period in which Ayyankali organized the agricultural strike in Kerala

1904

 

  • Gandhiji visited Ayyankali on

1937

 

  • Father of modern Dalit

Ayyankali

 

  • Kerala renaissance leader who was called as “Flamed fire” (ആളിക്കത്തിയ തീപ്പൊരി)

Ayyankali

 

  • Ayyankali started Kudippallikoodam at

Venganoor

 

  • Ayyankali started Kudippallikoodam in

1905

 

  • Ayyankali was called Pulaya Raja by

Gandhiji

 

  • Ayyankali was called The great son of India by

Indira Gandhi

 

  • The revolt organized by Ayyankali for the right to use the public roads by the lower castes

Villu vandi Samaram

 

  • Ayyankali conducted Villu vandi samaram in

1893

 

  • Ayyankali conducted Villu vandi samaram at

Venganoor to Kawadiar Palace

 

  • Leader of Kallumala agitation (Perinadu Lahala)

Ayyankali

 

  • Ayyankali conducted Kallumala agitation in

1915

 

  • Ayyankali conducted Kallumala agitation at

Perinad, Kollam

 

  • The strike which is called as Thonnooramandu Samaram or Pulaya Lahala or Ooroottambalam Lahala was conducted by

Ayyankali

 

  • Thonnooramandu Samaram took place in

1915 (Malayalam year 1090)

 

  • Social reformer who is related to Nedumangad Chantha revolt

Ayyankali

 

  • First Harijan member of Sreemoolam Praja Sabha

Ayyankali

 

  • Ayyankali become a member of Sreemoolam Praja Sabha in

1911

 

  • How long Ayyankali served as a member of Sreemoolam Praja Sabha

28 Years

 

  • Founder of Sadhujana Paripalana Sangham

Ayyankali

 

  • Sadhu Jana Paripalana Sangham formed in

1907

 

  • The name Sadhu Jana Paripalana Sangham was changed to Pulaya Mahasabha in

1938

 

  • Journal of Sadhu Jana Paripalana Sangham

Sadhu Jana Paripalini

 

  • First Dalit news paper in India

Sadhu Jana Paripalini

 

  • First editor of Sadhu Jana Paripalini

Chempamthara Kalichothi

 

  • Sadhu Jana Paripalini was published from

Changanasseri

 

  • Kochi Pulaya Sabha started by

Ayyankali

 

  • Govt of India had issued postage stamp of Ayyankali on

12 August 2002

 

  • Prime minister who unveiled the statue of Ayyankali at Vellayambalam, Trivandrum in 1980

Indira Gandhi

 

  • The architect of Ayyankali statue was

Ezra David

 

  • “I am installing Pulaya Sivan” who told these words

Ayyankali

 

  • Travancore king who give permission for lower caste children to study at Govt schools

Sree Moolam Thirunal

 

  • Sree Moolam Thirunal gave permission for lower caste children to study at Govt schools in

1914

 

  • Ayyankali died on

18th June 1941

 

  • Ayyankali memoria is situated at

Chithrakoodam, Venganoor

 

  • The university which set up a chair in the name of Ayyankali

Central University, Kasargod

 

  • Head Quarters of Kerala SC\ST development corporation

Ayyankali Bhavan

 

  • Ayyankali Bhavan located at

Thrissur

 

  • Indian Prime Minister who participated in 152nd birthday celebrations of Ayyankali

Narendra Modi (New Delhi)


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Assistant Renaissance

Kerala Renaissance – 06

തൈക്കാട് അയ്യാ, ബ്രഹ്മാനന്ദ ശിവയോഗി എന്നിവരുമായി ബന്ധപ്പെട്ട ചോദ്യങ്ങളാണ് ഇന്നത്തെ പാഠത്തിൽ ഉൾപ്പെടുത്തിയിട്ടുള്ളത്.

  • Thycaud Ayya was born in

1814

 

  • Thycaud Ayya was born at

Nakalapuram, Tamil Nadu

 

  • Father of Thycaud Ayya

Muthukumaran

 

  • Mother of Thycaud Ayya

Rugmini Ammal

 

  • Spouse of Thycaud Ayya

Kamalammal

 

  • Travancore king who became the disciple of Thycaud Ayya

Swathi Thirunal

 

  • Social reformer of Kerala wwas ws an exponent of Siva Raja Yoga

Thycaud Ayya

 

  • Yoga Guru of Thycaud Ayya

Sachidananda Swamikal

 

  • Famous disciples of Thycaud Ayya

Sree Narayana Guru, Chattambi Swamikal, Ayyankali, Kerala Varma Valiya Koyi thampuran, Raja Ravi Varma

 

  • Main idol of Thycaud Ayya Swami Temple

Lord Siva

 

  • Shivalinga was installed over the samadhi site of Ayya Swami at Thycaud in

1943

 

  • Real name of Thycaud Ayya

Subbarayan

 

  • Who was called as Sivarajayogi and Hadayogipadheshta

Thycaud Ayya

 

  • People respectfully called Thycaud Ayya as

Superintendent Ayya

 

  • Who was called abusively as “Pandi Parayan” by the savarnas (Jr. Empl Officer 2017)

Thycaud Ayya

 

  • Social reformer of Kerala who started interdining (Panthibhojanan)during the 19th century

Thycaud Ayya

 

  • The slogan “Intha ulakathile ore oru jathy than, Ore oru matham than, Ore oru kadavul than” given by

Thycaud Ayya

 

  • Ayya used to deliver spiritual discourses at

Ashtapradhana Sabha (Chennai)

 

  • Travancore king, who appointed Thycaud ayya as Manager of the residency in Thycaud

Ayilyam Thirunal

 

  • Resident of Travancore, at the time of Thycaud Ayya

McGregor

 

  • Spiritual center founded byThycaud Ayya with the help of Manon Maneeyam Sundaram Pillai

Saiva Prakasha Sabha

 

  • First MA holder of Travancore

Manon Maneeyam Sundaram Pillai

 

  • Saiva Prakasha Sabha formed at

Chalai, Thiruvananthapuram

 

  • Thycaud Ayya attained Samadhi on

20th July 1909

 

  • Major works of Thycaud Ayya

Ramayanam Pattu, Pazhani Vaibhavam, Brahmotharakandom, Ente Kasiyathra, Hanuman Paamali, Thiruvarur Murukan, Kumarakovil Kuravan, Ulloor Amarantha Guhan, Ujjaini Mahakali Pancharatnam

 

  • Brahmananda Sivayogi was born on

26th August 1852

 

  • Brahmananda Sivayogi was born at

Kollankode, Chittur, Palakkad

 

  • Father of Brahmananda Sivayogi

Kunjikrishna Menon

 

  • Mother of Brahmananda Sivayogi

Naniyamma

 

  • Spouse of Brahmananda Sivayogi

Yogini Devi (Thavukkutty Amma)

 

  • Sanskrit guru of Brahmananda Sivayogi

Padmanabha Sastri

 

  • Founder of Ananda Maha Sabha

Brahmananda Sivayogi

 

  • Ananda Maha Sabha founded in

1918

 

  • Religion founded by Brahmananda Sivayogi

Ananda Matham

 

  • The propounder of Anandadarshanam

Brahmananda Sivayogi

 

  • Famous disciple of Sivayogi

Vagbhatanandan

 

  • Who started Siddhasramam at Alathur in 1893

Brahmananda Sivayogi

 

  • “Mind is the god and control of the mind is the supreme achievement” is the words of

Brahmananda Sivayogi

 

  • Real name of Brahmananda Sivayogi

Karat Govinda Menon

 

  • Childhood name of Brahmananda Sivayogi

Govindan Kutty

 

  • Who was called as Swami of Alathur

Brahmananda Sivayogi

 

  • Renaissance leader who was called as the Male lion

Brahmananda Sivayogi

 

  • The Guru of Atheists

Brahmananda Sivayogi

 

  • Renaissance leader who mocked saints for begging and forest life as “Udaranimitham”

Brahmananda Sivayogi

 

  • “Padipputhanne manujanu bhooshanam…” is the words of

Brahmananda Sivayogi

 

  • Book written by Brahmananda Sivayogi for spreading the awareness of education among women

Sthree Vidya Poshini

 

  • After the death of Sivayogi, Sthree Vidya Poshini publication was continued by

Yogini Devi

 

  • The monthly published by Sivayogi

Saragrahi

 

  • First poem of Sivayogi

Kootalloor Bhagavathi Sthuthi

 

  • Brahmananda Sivayogi died on

10th September 1929

 

  • Yoga method propagated by Sivayogi

Rajayoga

 

  • Famous works of Sivayogi

Anandakummi, Jnanakummi, Sivayoga Rahasyam, Mokshapradeepam (1905), Sidhanubhuti, Ananda Kalpadrumam, Ananda Gunam, Ananda Darshanam, Ananda Guru Geetha, Ananda Vimanam, Vigraharadhana Khandanam, Ananda Matha Parasyam, Ananda Sopanam, Rajayoga Parasyam, Ananda Sutram


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Assistant Renaissance

Kerala Renaissance – 05

വാഗ്ഭടാനന്ദനുമായി ബന്ധപ്പെട്ട സമഗ്രമായ വിവരങ്ങളാണ് ഇന്നത്തെ പാഠത്തിൽ ഉൾപ്പെടുത്തിയിട്ടുള്ളത്.

  • Birthplace of Vagbhatanandan

Vayaleri Veedu, Patyam Village, Kannur

 

  • Birth date of Vagbhatanandan

1885 April 27

 

  • Father of Vagbhatanandan

Koran Gurukkal

 

  • Mother of Vagbhatanandan

Cheeruvamma

 

  • Wife of Vagbhatanandan

Vagdevi

 

  • Childhood name of Vagbhatanandan

Kunjikkannan

 

  • Real name of Vagbhatanandan

VK Gurukkal

 

  • The name Vagbhatanandan was given to him by

Brahmananda Sivayogi

 

  • Renaissance leader who was called as Balaguru

Vagbhatananda

 

  • Founder of Athmavidya Sangham

Vagbhatananda

 

  • Athmavidya Sangham founded in

1917

 

  • Journal of Athmavidya Sangham

Abhinava Keralam

 

  • Abhinava Keralam started in

1921

 

  • Poem written by Vagbhatanandan which gives the ideas and aims of Atmavidya Sangam

Swathanthra Chinthamani

 

  • Teacher of Vagbhatanandan

Brahmananda Sivayogi

 

  • Main disciples of Vagbhatanandan

Swami Aryabhattan, Samantha Bhadran

 

  • Athmavidya Kahalam (1929), Sivayogi Vilasam (1914) journals were started by

Vagbhatanandan

 

  • Athmavidya Kahalam, Sivayogi Vilasam were edited by

Vagbhatanandan

 

  • Main work place of Athmavidya Sangham

Malabar

 

  • Ideal model for Vagbhatanandan’s social actions

Raja Ram Mohan Roy

 

  • Vagbhatanandan followed the path of

Adwaitha of Shankaracharya

 

  • Who founded Thatva Prakashika, a Sanskrit school at Karaparambain Kozhikode

Vagbhatanandan

 

  • Vagbhatanandan started Thatva Prakashika school in

1906

 

  • Who founded Rajayogananda Kaumudi Yogashala, at Kallai, Kozhikode

Vagbhatanandan

 

  • Rajayogananda Kaumudi Yogashala started in

1911

 

  • Who conducted interdining at Kozhikode and called it Preethibhojanam

Vagbhatanandan

 

  • Vagbhatanandan conducted Preethibhojanam in

1927

 

  • The monthly Yajamanan was started by

Vagbhatanandan

 

  • Vagbhatanandan started Yajamanan in

1939

 

  • Ooralunkal labour contract cooperative society started by

Vagbhatanandan

 

  • Largest labour contract society in India

Ooralunkal labour contract cooperative society

 

  • The initial name of Ooralunkal labour contract cooperative society

Ooralunkal koolivelakkarude paraspara sahaya sangham

 

  • First winner of Ooralunkal labor contract cooperative society’s Vagbhatananda award

MT Vasudevan Nair

 

  • First cyber part started under Ooralunkal labor contract cooperative society

UL Park

 

  • UL Park is located at

Nellikkod, Kozhikkod

 

  • UL Park is inagurated by

Pranab Mukharji

 

  • UL Park inagurated on

2016 February 27

 

  • The slogan “Unaruvin, Akhileshane smarippin, Kshanamezhunnelppin aneethiyodethirppin” is given by

Vagbhatanandan

 

  • The slogan “Unaruvin, Akhileshane smarippin, Kshanamezhunnelppin aneethiyodethirppin” was written in which magazine

Athmavidya Kahalam

 

  • Slogan “Always fight when you and lawlessness exist” is given by

Vagbhatanandan

 

  • Renaissance leader who told that caste system is against the concepts of Hinduism

Vagbhatanandan

 

  • Renaissance leader who introduced the concept of Nirgunpasana (Worshipping without idols)

Vagbhatanandan

 

  • Vagbhatanandan conducted Athmavidya Mahotsavam in 1932 at

Punnapra

 

  • Renaissance leader who sound against concept “Ette mattu”

Vagbhatanandan

 

  • Major works of Vagbhatanandan

Prarthananjali, Iswara Vicharam, Manasa chapalyam, Atmavidya, Atmavidya Lekhamala, Mangala Slokangal, Prarthana Manjari, Adhyatmayudham, Gandhiyum Sasthra vyakhyanavum, Kottiyur ulsavapattu, Brahmasangeerthanam

 

  • Vagbhatananda died on

29th October 1939


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Assistant Renaissance

Kerala Renaissance – 04

വൈകുണ്ഠ സ്വാമികൾ, വക്കം അബ്ദുൽ ഖാദർ മൗലവി എന്നിവരുമായി ബന്ധപ്പെട്ട ചോദ്യങ്ങളാണ് ഇന്നത്തെ പാഠത്തിൽ ഉൾപ്പെടുത്തിയിരിക്കുന്നത്.

  • The first socual reformer of Kerala

Vaikunda Swamikal

 

  • The social reformer called as Mudi Choodum Perumal (Muthukutty)

Vaikunda Swamikal

 

  • Birth place of Vaikunda swamikal

Swamithoppu (Nagarkovil)

 

  • Vaikunda swamikal was born on

1809 March 12

 

  • Father of Vaikunda swamikal

Ponnu Madan

 

  • Mother of Vaikunda swamikal

Veyilal Amma

 

  • The founder of Sanatva Samajam

Vaikunda Swamikal

 

  • Vaikunda Swamikal formed Samatva Samajam in

1836

 

  • Earliest social organization of Kerala

Samatva Samajam

 

  • The first social reformer who opposed Devadasi system in temples

Vaikunda Swamikal

 

  • The leader of upper cloth revolt was

Vaikunda Swamikal

 

  • Founder of the religion Ayya Vazhi

Vaikunda Swamikal

 

  • Symbol of Ayya vazhi religion

A lotus carrying a flame

 

  • The slogan “Jathi onnu, matham onnu, Kulam onnu, Daivam onnu, lokam onnu” was put forwarded by

Vaikunda Swamikal

 

  • The slogan “If we work, we should be got paid” was put forward by

Vaikunda Swamikal

 

  • The Social reformer who organized Sama Panthibhojan to criticise the caste system

Vaikunda Swamikal

 

  • The person who founded “Thuvayil Panthi Koottayma”

Vaikunda Swamikal

 

  • Famous works of Vaikunda Swamigal, which share the idea of Ayya vazhi

Akhilathiruttu, Arulnool

 

  • First mirror consecration in South India was done by

Vaikunda Swamikal

 

  • Famoud disciple of Vaikunda Swamikal

Thycaud Ayya

 

  • Swamikal called the Travancore king as

Ananthapuri Devil

 

  • Swamikal called the British rule in Travancore as

Rule of white Devils

 

  • Swamikal called the Travancore rule as

Rule of Black devils

 

  • Temple founded by Vaikunda Swamikal

Nizhal Thankal

 

  • The person who said “I am the incarnation of Lord Vishnu”

Vaikunda Swamikal

 

  • The Social reformer who is known as The complete Lord

Vaikunda Swamikal

 

  • Public well constructed by Vaikunda Swamikal

Munthirikkinar (Mani kinar, Swami Kinar)

 

  • Vaikunda Swamikal was imprisoned by

Swati Thirunal

 

  • Vaikunda Swamikal was imprisoned at

Shinkara Thoppu Jail

 

  • Vaikunda Swamikal was imprisoned in

1838

 

  • Vaikunda Swamikal died on

3rd June 1851

 

  • Headquarters of Ayya cult is situated in

Swamithoppu Pathi

 

  • Vaikunda Mala is located at

Athala Vilai, Kanyakumari

 

  • Birthplace of Vakkom Abdul Khader Moulavi

Vakkom, Thiruvananthapuram

 

  • Vakkom Abdul Khader Moulavi was born on

1873 December 28

 

  • Father of Vakkom Abdul Khader Moulavi

Muhammad Kunju

 

  • Mother of Vakkom Abdul Khader Moulavi

Ash Beevi

 

  • Father of Muslim Renaissance in Kerala

Vakkom Abdul Khadar Moulavi

 

  • Founder of the newspaper ‘Swadeshabhimani’

Vakkom Abdul Khadar Moulavi

 

  • ‘Swadeshabhimani’ was started on

19th January 1905

 

  • ‘Swadeshabhimani’ was started at

Anchuthengu

 

  • First editor of ‘Swadeshabhimani’

CP Govinda Pilla

 

  • New paper with tag line “Bhayakoudilyalobhangal valarthukayilloru nadine”

Swadeshabhimani

 

  • Swadeshabhimani newspaper office was moved to Thiruvananthapuram on

1907

 

  • ‘Swadeshabhimani’ was banned and confiscated by Government of Travancore on

26th September 1910

 

  • Reason for the ban of ‘Swadeshabhimani’

Due to criticisms against Diwan P Rajagopalachari

 

  • The book Swadeshabhimani Vakom Moulavi was written by

Dr. Jamal Muhammad

 

  • The organization started by Vakkom Moulavi in the model of SNDP

Islam Dharma Paripalana Sangham

 

  • Founder of Kerala Muslim Aikya Sangham and AllTravancore Muslim Maha Jana Sabha

Vakkom Abdul Khadar Moulavi

 

  • Kerala Muslim Aikya Sangham was founded in

1922

 

  • Kerala Muslim Aikya Sangham was founded at

Kodungalloor

 

  • Founder of Islamic publishing house in 1931

Vakkom Moulavi

 

  • Magazines started by Vakkom Moulavi

Muslim (1906), Al-Islam (1918) , Deepika (1931)

 

  • Major works of Vakkom Moulavi

Quran Vyakhyanam, Nabimar, Islam matha Siddhanta Samgraham, Islamic Sandesham, Suratul Fathima

 

  • First magazine which publishes Malayalam translation of Quran

Deepika

 

  • Vakkom Moulavi died on

31st October 1932


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Assistant Renaissance

Kerala Renaissance – 03

ചട്ടമ്പി സ്വാമികൾ, പൊയ്കയിൽ യോഹന്നാൻ എന്നിവരുമായി ബന്ധപ്പെട്ട സമഗ്ര വിവരങ്ങളാണ് ഇന്നത്തെ പാഠത്തിൽ ഉൾപ്പെടുത്തിയിരിക്കുന്നത്.

 

  • Birth place of Chattambi Swamikal

Kannammoola (Kollur, Trivandrum)

 

  • Chattambi Swamikal born on

25th August 1853

 

  • Father of Chattambi Swamikal

Vasudevan Namboothiri

 

  • Mother of Chattambi Swamikal

Nangamma Pillai

 

  • Birth house of Chattambi Swamikal

Ulloorkottu Veedu

 

  • Place where Chattambi Swamikal acquired self-realization

Vadiveeswaram

 

  • Real name of Chattambi Swamikal

Ayyappan

 

  • Childhood name of Chattambi Swamikal

Kunjan Pillai

 

  • Sree Bhattarakan, Sree Bala Bhattarakan are the names of

Chattambi Swamikal

 

  • Who gave the name “Shanmukhadasan” to Chattambi Swamikal

Thycaud Ayya

 

  • Who is known as Sarva Vidyadhiraja

Chattambi Swamikal

 

  • Who gave the name “Sarva Vidyadhiraja” to Chattambi Swamikal

Ettara Yogam

 

  • Who was called as “Saint without Saffron”

Chattambi Swamikal

 

  • Who was called as “Saint without Kavi and Kamadalu”

Chattambi Swamikal

 

  • Teacher of Chattambi Swamikal who promoted him as Chattambi (Monitor) of the class

Pettayil Raman Pilla Asan

 

  • First Guru of Chattambi Swamikal

Pettayil Raman Pilla Asan

 

  • Guru of Chattambi Swamikal

Thycaud Ayya

 

  • Guru of Chattambi Swamikal who taught Veda, Yoga and Sanskrit

Subbajada Patikal

 

  • Guru of Chattambi Swamikal who taught Tamil Vedantha Sasthra

Swaminatha Desikar

 

  • Main disciple of Chattambi Swamikal

Bodheswaran

 

  • Poem “Jaya jaya komala Kerala Dharani..” was written by

Bodheswaran

 

  • Other disciples of Chattambi Swamikal

Neelakanda Theerthapadar, Theerthapada Paramahamsa Swamikal

 

  • Poem written by Sree narayana Guru to commemmorate Chattambi Swamikal

Nava Manjari

 

  • Indian postal department issued a commemmorative stamp on Chattambi Swamikal on

30th April 2014

 

  • Chattambi Swamikal attained Maha samadhi at

Panmana, Kollam

 

  • Chattambi Swamikal attained Maha samadhi on

5th May 1924

 

  • Chattambi Swami Memorial is situated at

Panmana, Kollam

 

  • Temple constructed by the disciples of Chattambi Swamikal at his samadhi place is

Balabhattaraka Temple

 

  • Chattambi Swamikal met Swami Vivekanadan in

1892

 

  • Chattambi Swamikal met Swami Vivekanadan at

Ernakulam

 

  • “I have met a real man in Malabar” Swami Vivekanadan told these word about

Chattambi Swamikal

 

  • Kerala Government decided to observe 25th August (Birth date of Chattambi Swamikal) as

Jeevakarunya Dinam

 

  • Renaissance leader who started his official career as Secretariate Clerck

Chattambi Swamikal

 

  • Famous works of Chattambi Swamikal

Mokshapradeepa Khandanam, Jeevakarunya Niroopanam, Christumata Niroopanam, Vedhadikara Niroopanam, Vedantasaram, Vhristumata Chethanam, Praacheena Malayalam, Advaitha Chintha Padhathi, Adi Bhasha, Nijananda vilasam, Parama Bhattara Darshanam, Brahmathwa Nirbhasam

 

  • Work of Chattambi Swamikal which mention Avarna’s can also study Vedas

Vedadhikara Niroopanam

 

  • Work of Chattambi Swamikal which oppose the argument of Kerala made by Parasurama only for Brahmins

Pracheena Malayalam

 

  • Work of Chattambi Swamikal which oppose the conversion to Christianity

Christhumata Chedanam

 

  • Work of Chattambi Swamikal which criticizing Brahmananda Shivayogi’s Mokshapradeepam

Mokshapradeepa Khandanam

 

  • “Words have the power to burn” Swami Vivekananda told this about which book of Chattambi Swamikal

Vedadhikara Niroopanam

 

  • Birth place of Poykayil Yohannan

Eraviperoor (Pathanamthitta)

 

  • Poykayil Yohannan was born on

17th February1879

  • Father of Poykayil Yohannan

Kandan

  • Mother of Poykayil Yohannan

Lechi

  • Wife of Poykayil Yohannan

Janamma

 

  • Childhood name of Poykayil Yohannan

Kumaran (Komaran)

 

  • Renaissance leader kown by the names ‘Kumara Gurudevan’, ‘Poykayil Appachan’, ‘Pulayan Mathayi’

Poykayil Yohannan

 

  • With the consent of Travancore Government, the first English medium school for Dalit Community was founded by

Poykayil Yohannan

 

  • The movement ‘Prathyaksha Raksha Daiva Sabha’ (PRDS) was started by

Poykayil Yohannan

 

  • Headquarters of PRDS

Eraviperoor

 

  • Poykayil Yohannan was nominated to the Sree Moolam Praja Sabha in

1921 and 1931

 

  • The term ‘Dravida Dalithan’ was first coined by

Poykayil Yohannan

 

  • Renaissance leader who protested by burning Bible at Vakathanam

Poykayil Yohannan

 

  • “Adi Lahala” to protest the rights of Dalit was done by

Poykayil Yohannan

 

  • Protests included in Adi Lahala

Vakathanam Lahala, Mangalam Lahala, Kozhukum chira lahala, Vellinadi strike

 

  • Poykayil Yohannan died on

29th June 1939

 

  • Collection of works of Poykayil Yohannan is known as

Rathnamanikal


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Assistant Renaissance

Kerala Renaissance – 02

ശ്രീ നാരായണ ഗുരുവുമായി ബന്ധപ്പെട്ട ചോദ്യങ്ങളുടെ ഒരു സമ്പൂർണ്ണ ശേഖരവുമായിട്ടാണ് ഇന്നത്തെ ക്ലാസ്. പരമാവധി ചോദ്യങ്ങൾ ഉൾപ്പെടുത്താനായിട്ടുണ്ട് എന്ന് തന്നെ ആണ് എന്റെ വിശ്വാസം.

  • First Malayalee who appeared on Indian postal stamp

Sree Narayana Guru

 

  • Indian post issued postage stamp of Sree Narayana Guru on

21st August 1967

 

  • First Malayalee who appeared on the postal stamp of another country (Sri Lanka)

Sree Narayana Guru

 

  • Sri Lanka issued Postal stamp of Guru in

2009

 

  • First Malayalee to be portrayed in a coin

Sree Narayana Guru

 

  • RBI issued 5 rupee coin in commemoration of Guru on which occasion

150th birth anniversary (7th September 2006)

 

  • Sree Narayana Guru visited Ramana Maharshi at

Thiruvanna Mala

 

  • Sree Narayana Guru visited Ramana Maharshi in

1916

 

  • Only occasion in which Guru went to visit an another important personality

Ramana Maharshi

 

  • Sree Narayana Guru led Sarva Matha Sammlanam at

Aluva

 

  • Sree Narayana Guru led Sarva Matha Sammlanam at Aluva in

1924

 

  • Chairman of Aluva Sarva Matha Sammlanam

Sadasiva Iyer

 

  • Theme of Aluva Sarva Matha Sammlanam

Not for argument but to know and inform others

 

  • The conference in which Guru called for the abolition of Talikettu kalyanam

Aluva Conference

 

  • Only Keralite whose birthday and death anniversary are declared holiday by Government of Kerala

Sree Narayana Guru

 

  • Sree Narayana Guru visited Vaikom Sathyagraha venue in

1924

 

  • Who translated Tirukural into Malayalam

Sree Narayana Guru

 

  • Sree Narayana trust was founded by

R Sankar

 

  • Sree Narayana trust was formed in

1952 (Kollam)

 

  • Renaissance leader who advocated that there must be schools attached to all temples

Sree Narayana Guru

 

  • The film Yuga Purushan based on the life of Sree Narayana Guru was directed by

R Sukumaran

 

  • The film Sree Narayana Guru was directed by

PA Becker

 

  • Only foreign country visited by Sree Narayana Guru

Sri Lanka

 

  • Sree Narayana Guru visited Sri Lanka for the first time in

1918

 

  • Guru’s second visit to Sri Lanka was in

1926

 

  • First statue of Sree Narayana Guru was built in

Thalassery (1927)

 

  • Sree Narayana Guru dedicated his first work “Gajendra Moksham” to

Chattambi Swami

 

  • Book written by Guru about his wife

Kali Natakam

 

  • Wife of Sree Narayana Guru

Kali

 

  • Aruvippuram temple located on the shores of

Neyyar

 

  • Who called Sree Narayana Guru as “Periya Swami”

Dr. Palpu

 

  • First European disciple of Sree Narayana Guru

Earnest Kirkk

 

  • Travancore king at the time of birth of Sree Narayana Guru

Uthram Thirunal Marthanda Varma

 

  • Sree Narayana Guru attained Samadhi on

20th September 1928

 

  • Color of dress Guru  wore at the time of Samadhi

White

 

  • Famous personality who visited Guru with Tagore

CF Andrews

 

  • Translator when Tagore visited Guru

Kumaran Asan

 

  • Translator when Gandhiji visited Guru

N Kumaran

 

  • The book “Narayana Guru Swami” was written by

MK Sanu

 

  • The book “Narayanam” was written by

Perumbadavam Sreedharan

 

  • The novel “Guru” was written by

K Surendran

 

  • The book “Brahmarshi Sree Narayana Guru” was written by

Dr. T Bhaskaran

 

  • Sree Narayana trophy boat race is held in

Kannetti Kayal (Karunagappalli)

 

  • Sree Narayana jayanthi boat race is held at

Kumarakom (Kottayam)

 

  • Slogan “One caste, one religion, one god for mankind” is given by

Sree Narayana Guru

 

  • Slogan “One caste, one religion, one god for mankind” was written in which book of Guru

Jathi Meemamsa

 

  • Slogan “Avanavan aathma sughathinaacharikkunnath aparannu sughathinay varenam” was written in which book of Guru

Athnopadesha Sathakam

 

  • Guru wrote Athmopadesha Sathakam in

1897

 

  • Initial name of Athmopadesha Sathakam in

Athma Bodham

 

  • Guru wrote Daiva Dashakam in

1914

 

  • Occation in which Guru wearing Kavi for the first time

First Sri Lankan visit

 

  • Slogan “Not ask, not say, and not think about caste” is given by

Sree Narayana Guru

 

  • Slogan “Liquor is poison, not make it, not sell it and not drink it” is given by

Sree Narayana Guru

 

  • Slogan “Progress through education, strengthen through organization” is given by

Sree Narayana Guru

 

  • Slogan “One in kind, one in faith, and one in god of one same womb, of one same form here is no difference all” is given by

Sree Narayana Guru

 

  • SNDP yogam was founded on

15th May 1903

 

  • The first and lifetime president of SNDP

Sree Narayana Guru

 

  • The first secretary of SNDP

Kumaran Asan

 

  • The first vice president of SNDP

Dr. Palpu

 

  • The organization which is considered as the predecessor of SNDP

Vavoott Yogam

 

  • Vavoott Yogam was founded in

1898

 

  • Headquarters of SNDP

Kollam

 

  • The meeting which led to the formation of SNDP

Aruvippuram Kshethra Yogam

 

  • The first mouthpiece of SNDP

Vivekodayam

 

  • Vivekodayam started in

1904

 

  • Founder of Vivekodayam

Kumaran Asan

 

  • First Chief editor of Vivekodayam

M Govindan

 

  • Present mouthpiece of SNDP

Yoganandam

 

  • Tamil work of Guru

Thevarappathikangal

 

  • Books written by Sree Narayana Guru
                 Athmopadesha Shathakam, Daiva Dasakam, Anukamba Dasakam, Jathi Lakshanam, Jnana darshanam, Shivasathakam, Vinayaka Ashtakam, Sreekrishna Darshanam, Nirvruthi Panchakam, Jeevakarunya Panchakam, Darshana Mala, Advaitha Deepika, Janani Navarathna Manjari, Arivu, Kali Natakam, Kundalini Pattu, Thevara Pathikangal, Chijjada Chinthanam


                                                                               (To be Continued…)