VAGBHATANANDA GURU AND ATMA VIDYA SANGHAM

Vagbhatananda was born on 27th April, 1885 in Patyam village that lies between Kuthuparamba and Thalassery, in Kannur District. The village looked rich with inner vibrations of Kerala’s cultural tradition as well as with natural beauty.

Gurudeva was the eldest son of Vayaleri Cheeru Amma and Thenankandi Koran Gurukkal. The baby looked brilliant and was aptly named Kunhikannan. Kunhikannan had his childhood education under his own father who was a scholar in Sanskrit and in Medicine. He was progressive in thinking and was against wrong customs. Besides learning from his father Sanskrit poems and plays, the clever boy gained from him, his unique vision in spiritual matters. Kunhikannan who showed keen intelligence and extra ordinary remembering power from childhood itself, started helping his father in Sanskrit teaching when he was aged twelve. Several disciples of Kunhikannan were older than himself. This boy who reminded the saying “Vriddho Sishya: Guroryuva” became famous as V.K. Gurukkal. There were in those days a good number of Sanskrit scholars in North Malabar. Meloott Kannan Gurukkal, Parambath Rairu Nair, Katathanatt Krishna Varyar, Kannan Gurukkal (also known as Vayatha Swami) and M.K Gurukkal were some of them.

Founded in 1917

Unconditional Giving

Born on 27.04.1885
Samadhi on 29.10.1939
Spiritual leader, Social reformer, Invincible scholar, Unequalled orator, Poet and Critic.
“Awake! remember Lord of all the worlds!
Arise at once and oppose injustice”.

Vagbhatananda Guru

Birth and childhood :- Vagbhatananda was born on 27th April, 1885 in Patyam village that lies between Kuthuparamba and Thalassery, in Kannur District. The village looked rich with inner vibrations of Kerala’s cultural tradition as well as with natural beauty.

Gurudeva was the eldest son of Vayaleri Cheeru Amma and Thenankandi Koran Gurukkal. The baby looked brilliant and was aptly named Kunhikannan. Kunhikannan had his childhood education under his own father who was a scholar in Sanskrit and in Medicine. He was progressive in thinking and was against wrong customs. Besides learning from his father Sanskrit poems and plays, the clever boy gained from him, his unique vision in spiritual matters. Kunhikannan who showed keen intelligence and extra ordinary remembering power from childhood itself, started helping his father in Sanskrit teaching when he was aged twelve. Several disciples of Kunhikannan were older than himself. This boy who reminded the saying “Vriddho Sishya: Guroryuva” became famous as V.K. Gurukkal. There were in those days a good number of Sanskrit scholars in North Malabar. Meloott Kannan Gurukkal, Parambath Rairu Nair, Katathanatt Krishna Varyar, Kannan Gurukkal (also known as Vayatha Swami) and M.K Gurukkal were some of them. Kunhikannan developed by his own effort, his skill in composing poems as well as other literary tendencies that had passed into him from his own father. Parambath Rairu Nair, Malayalam Professor at Victoria College, Palghat was his Guru.

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