Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Nataraja Guru

Nataraja Guru was the 2nd boy birthed to a medical stalwart addressed, doctor. Palpu (Padmanabhan) who had been educated and civilized in England. His living was devoted to serve the cause of the deprived billions who were socially, culturally, economically and literally struggling in the nineteenth and twentieth centreds.

Natarajan was shown how to toe the spiritual path of pilgrim's journey early in life by Narayana Guru, who also inspired him to be an educator of his contemporaries. Nataraja Guru was academically educated in Geology, Zoology and Educational psychological science. He received his DLitt from the Sorbonne in Paris and started his career in 1930 as a physics teacher for five years at the International Fellowship School in Geneve, Switzerland. Later he built Narayana Gurukula, contemplative educational centers in India, the first of which was in Fernhill, Nilgiris.

Incorporating ancient wiseness with advanced scientific exactness was accepted up as his life's mission. He clearly enunciated a common epistemology of all life interests of people to liberate themselves from social complexities and live their natural assess visions. The Narayana Gurukulas which he accomplished in many countries of the world create a network of islands of good cheer and redressal in the vast ocean of confusion and lack of direction.
His many Good Book* in English language, French and Malayalam comprise a good probe into the basic principle of life so that the reader can simplify his or her own problems of domestic entanglements and clouded value vision. They're guides to gaining methodological efficiency in attaining the higher truth that can bring excellence in life. Nataraja Guru died in 1973.

Guru Nitya chaitanya yati

Nitya was born Nov II, 1923, as the 1st son of Pandalam Raghava Panickker, a poet and master instructor in Kerala. Afterward his matriculation, he departed home as a wandering mendicant to familiarise himself with the land and people of his nation of birth. In those days, Bharat was undivided. His wanderings took him to every nooks and crannies of the subcontinent, both metropolises and village, of almost all parts of what is now India, West Pakisthan and Bangla Desh.

He got together all the great people of the subcontinent including great leaders like Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and poets of high repute. He sat at the feet of a lot of spiritual masters, including Sufi faqirs, Jain munis and Buddhistic monks, and Hindustani teachers such as Ramana Maharshi and Nityananda.
In 1947 he joined the University College, Alwaye, to stay on his academic studies. Afterwards specializing in Philosophy and psychological science he tutored these subjects in two bharat Universities.

He again sat at the feet of extremely reputed sanyasis to learn Vedanta, Samkhya, Yoga, Mimamsa, bharat poetics and literature.
In 1951, he admitted Nataraja Guru as his spiritual preceptor and afterward Nataraja Guru left his body, Guru Nitya functioned as the continuator of Narayana Guru and Nataraja Guru as Guru and guide of Narayana Gurukula. As Narayana Gurukula is a world community, the Guru has to act as a liaison 'tween all members of the Gurukula at an interpersonal level in the teacher-taught context and as the enunciator of programs from time to time to spur the Gurukula community to work in unison, to help everyone to understand his or her integral value vision (svadharma). Guru Nitya published over 120 books in Malayalam and 80 books in English language, as well as innumerous articles on philosophy, psychological science, social ethics and aesthetics. He also functioned as the chairperson of the East-West University, as the Commissioner for World Education and as a committed sponsor of the World Government of World Citizens. He accomplished his mahasamadhi on May 14, 1999 and his legacy of love and wisdom keeps going in his written material and in his disciples.