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Friday, 10 January 2020

Renaissance in Kerala - Questions and Answers 12

Renaissance in Kerala - Questions and Answers 12
551. Who authored the publication ‘Treatment of Thiyyas in Travancore” in 1896? 
Dr.Palpu

552.The leader who had to resign from the post of Deputy President of Legislative Assembly as he had welcomed C.Kesavan on behalf of the 51 lakh people of Travancore in meeting organised to facilitate C.Kesavan after his release from jail: 
T.M.Varghese

553. The famous thinker Natarajaguru is the son of: 
Dr.Palpu

554. Who published ‘Athmavidhya kahalam’?
Vagbhatananda

555. Jatavallabhar was the teacher of:
Chattampi Swamikal

556. In which branch of medicine Chattampi Swamikal acquired knowledge? 
Siddha

557.Under what capacity C.Kesavan attended the Christian Conference held at Kozhanchery in 1935 and made the historic ‘Kozhanchery speech’? 
General Secretary of SNDP

558. The journal ‘Sivayogavilasom’ was published by: 
Vagbhatananda

559. Who among the following had been appointed as an accountant in Government Secretariat by Dewan T.Madhava Rao?
Chattampi Swamikal

560.The birthplace of C.Kesavan: 
Mayyanad

561. Who was passed away at Muhamma in Alapuzha district at the age of 42?
P.Krishna Pillai

562. Who led ‘Oorutambalam agitation’?
Ayyankali

563.The social reformer who is known as ‘Sarva Vidhyadiraja’: 
Chattampi Swamikal

564. Vagbhatananda established ‘Atmavidhya Sangham’ in: 
1915

565.The colour of dress used by Sri Narayana Guru in his last days: 
White

566.The founder of the National Democratic Congress: 
Mannath Padmanabhan

567. Kuriakose Elias Chavara was beatified in: 
1986

568.The first Malayali poet whose picture was printed on an Indian stamp: 
Kumaranasan

569.The founder of Travancore Cheramar Mahajana Sabha: 
Pampady John Joseph

570. Which book written by Chattampi Swamikal quashes the legend that Kerala was donated to Brahmins by Parasurama?
Prachina Malayalam

571.The sculptor of the statue of Ayyankali at Vellayambalam in Thiruvananthapuram:
Ezra David

572. What was the real name of Anandatheerthan? 
Ananda Shenai

573. In which district Vaikom Satyagraha held?
Kottayam

574. Who formed ‘Dharmabhata Sangham’ in order to strengthen the activities of SNDP
Yogam? 
T.K.Madhavan

575. Who established the journal ‘Arayan’ in the year 1917? 
Dr.Velukutty Arayan

576. Who wrote a book to criticise Mokshapradeepam written by Brahmananda Sivayogi? 
Chattampi Swamikal

577. Who wrote a series of article in Madras standard to depict the plight of Ezhavas of Travancore with the title ‘Thiruvithamkotte Theeyan’? 
Dr.Palpu

578. Who wrote the editorial ‘Save the Soul of Gandhiji’ when he started fast unto death to protest against Communal Award in 1932?
Vagbhatananda

579. Who organised the first fisheries Conference in 1949 with a view to evolving sustainable projects and programmes for the development of the coastal region and fishermen folk?
Dr.Velukutty Arayan

580. The drama was written by Pandit Karuppan in connection with the ‘Shashti Poorthy’
celebrations of Maharaja of Cochin?
Baalakalesam

581. Who was the first Vice President of SNDP Yogam: 
Dr.Palpu

582.The founder of Araya Vamsa Paripalana Yogam: 
Dr.Velukutty Arayan

583.Another name of ‘Melmundu Kalapam’?
Channar Agitation

584. Who started the Araya Service Society?
Dr.Velukutty Arayan

585. Who initiated Raja Yoga into Vagbhatananda? 
Brahmananda Sivayogi

586. Who made the inaugural speech on the All Religious Meet held at  Aluva which aimed at the promotion of understanding between different religions? 
Sahodaran Ayyappan

587. Who founded Akhila Thiruvithamcore Navika Thozhilali Samgham? 
Dr.Velukutty Araya

588. The book ‘Christumathachedanam’ was written by: 
Chattampi Swamikal

589.The venue of Paliyam Satyagraha:
Chendamangalam

590. In which year Gandhiji made a visit to Kerala, that was described by him a ‘pilgrimage’? 
1937

591.On whose request the proposed fast unto death by K.Kelappan was given up during
Guruvayur Satyagraha? 
Mahatma Gandhi

592. Name the poet who named his residence as Kerala Varma Soudham as a mark of respect for Kerala Varma Valiyakoyi Thampuran, who was his close friend:
Muloor Padmanabha Panicker

593. Who led ‘Mookkoothi Samaram’’?
Arattupuzha Velayudha Panicker

594. Yogakshema Sabha was formed in a meeting held under the presidentship of:
Desamangalam Sankaran Namboothirippad

595.The closest disciple of Sree Narayana Guru who advised the followers of Sree Narayana Guru that they should shed the concept of Sree Narayana Guru as a God :
Sahodaran Ayyappan

596. Who wrote the play “Marakkudakkullile Mahanarakam” which aimed at the reformation of Namboothiri community?
Mullamangalatha Raman Bhatathirippad

597.The founder of Keraleeya Nair Samajam:
C.Krishna Pillai

598. Who authored ‘Keralam-Malayalikalude Mathrubhumi’? 
EMS Namboothirippad

599.K.Ayyappan started the journal ‘Sahodaran’ from: 
Mattanchery

600.The importance of 27th October 1946 in the history of Travancore: 
The Vayalar uprising

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