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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…)