NARAYANA GURU (A Biography) By M K Sanoo

Translated by:  Madhavan Ayyappath

 

CONTENTS

Preface
Foreward
A Prolegomenon

PART-I

  • 1. Chempazhanti.
  • 2. The Age and the Arena.
  • 3. The Thoughtful Boy.
  • 4. Shadows of the Road.
  • 5. Nanu at School.
  • 6. Waves and Shadows.
  • 7. Where is the Hitch?
  • 8. Marriage.
  • 9. Farewell to Worldly Ties.
  • 10.Travel, Yogavidya.
  • 11. At Maruthwa Malai
  • 12. All Men are Brothers.
  • 13. The Mission
  • 14.The Background of a Great Movement.
  • 15. The Charm of a smile.

PART-II

  1. 1. A Meeting and a Discovery
  2. 2. Dr. Palpu.
  3. 3. On the Yogam.
  4. 4. Stepsthat Never Faltered.
  5. 5. Sivagiri.
  6. 6. A Temple in Tellicherry.
  7. 7. Alwaye Advaita Ashram.
  8. 8. Social Uplift.
  9. 9. The Friend of the poor.
  10. 10. Intimations of Scepticism.
  11. 11. Sahodaran Ayyappan.
  12. 12. C. Krishnan.
  13. 13. On Marriage, Obsequies etc.
  14. 14. Hectic Activities.
  15. 15. Sixty Years of Age.

PART-III

  1. 1. Sixtieth Birth Anniversary Celebrations.
  2. 2. One Caste, One Religion.
  3. 3. On Proselytizing.
  4. 4. Visits to Sri Lanka.
  5. 5. Satyavratan.
  6. 6. All Religions Conference.
  7. 7. T.K.Madhavan.
  8. 8. Some Aspects of the Vaikom Satyagraha.
  9. 9. A. Conversation.
  10. 10. Tagore and Gandhiji.
  11. 11. A Ceremony of Anointment.
  12. 12. The Evening Sun.
  13. 13. A Dialogue.
  14. 14. Swami’s Will, Sivagiri Pilgrimage.
  15. 15. Towards Peace.

APPENDIXES

  1. Swami’s Poetry.
  2. Swami’s Works.
  3. Swami’s Dialogues
  4. General Notes.
  5. Notes on Persons Mentioned In the Book.