Nataraja Guru

Nataraja Guru (1895-1972) earlier known as Dr.Natarajan was son Dr.Palpu, an ardent devotee of Guru. He studied abroad  with the blessings of Guru. He received his doctorate degree from Sorbon University, Paris, France in Educational Psychology. He worked there for six years. He studied the philosophy of Sree Narayana Guru along with the Indian and western philosophy. After getting convinced that no philosophy could beat the philosophy of Guru, he decided to devote his whole life for the propagation of that philosophy. He founded Narayana Gurukula and established various branches in India and abroad through his devotees. He translated and interpreted most of Guru’s works in English. His  interpretation to Guru’s work “Darshanamala” called “An Integrated Science of the Absolute “ is acclaimed among  the philosophical interpretations of noted philosophers of the world. This  book is at present included in the syllabus  of many western universities for research work. Some of  his famous disciples  were John Spiers, Mangalananda, Guru Nitya Chaitanya Yati, Muni Narayana Prasad etc.