Thursday, January 24, 2013


      Vetyeran Arya Missionary and Vedic scholar Acharya Kizhanellur Parameswaran Namboothiri (92) passed away today morning at Perinthalmanna in Malappuram district of Kerala.  He served as an Acharya in a Arya Samaj Gurukul (Gurudath Bhavan) at lahore and returned to India when his Gurukul was destroyed by burning by miscrents during the 1946 partition time riots. He collected a handful of vedic literatures and managed to escape from Lahore. He travelled through Karachi and reached Bombay. He was a leading force behind the rejuvenation of Arya samaj movement in Kerala especially in Malabar Area. He translated the famous hindi book Vaidik Sampathi of Pt. Raghunandan Sharma into malayalam. Also translated Dayananda Bhashyam of Yajurvedam and Parts of Rigvedam. Samavedam and few Kandas of Atharva vedam also translated to Malayalam. He was a great scholar of Sanskrit, English, Hindi, Gujarathi, Marathi, Pustho, Pali etc. With his demise Arya jagath lost a great scholar.
     Pranam to Acharya Kizhanellur parameswaran Namboothiri.

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