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Examples of "gurunathan"
With patronage and blessings of Sri Rajasekharan, then king of Pandalam, Sri Gurunathan established a gurukulam (school) on a hill and he became Gurukula Guru. He taught Manikandan various sasstras. Manikandan became an expert in combat art also. Gurunathan became very much pleased in the learning capability of Manikandan and rewarded him with his golden ‘Churika’ . Sri Manikandan cured the inborn deafness and dumbness of the son of Gurunathan as gurudakshina . Thus, Sri Ayyappa revealed his divinity to the world. Sri Gurunathan spent the rest of his life in the gurukulam hills and later entered into ‘holy samadhi’. This holy hill is now known as "Gurunathanmukadi".
Sangiliyandi Gurunathan, a professor from Kalasalingam University in India, has been found to be involved in plagiarism.
Lord Siva is the main prathista (idol). The tomb of Kalarickal Gurunathan is also present in the temple. It is said that Karikal Gurunathan was a kalari (traditional kerala martial arts) expert and helped the king of Thrikkodithanam. It is believed that Gurunthan’s birthplace is Edappali, Kochi.
S. K. Gurunathan, (1 August 1908 – 5 May 1966), was a sports journalist and one of the pioneers of cricket statistics in India.
S. Gurunathan was an Indian politician and former Member of the Legislative Assembly. He was elected to the Tamil Nadu legislative assembly as a Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam candidate from Palayamkottai constituency in 1989 election.
Sport and Pastime was a weekly sports magazine published by The Hindu Group from 1947 to 1968. Founded by S. K. Gurunathan, the magazine was eventually stopped in 1968. It was replaced with "Sportstar" in 1978.
Gurunathan founded the annual "Indian Cricket" in 1946 on the same lines as the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack and remained its editor till his death. He also regularly contributed to the Indian section of the Wisden. He covered more than 50 Test matches including the Indian tours of Australia in 1947-48, England in 1952 and Pakistan in 1954-55, and reported the 1961-62 MCC tour of India for the Times. He authored the books "12 years of Ranji Trophy" and three volumes of "Story of the Tests". Gurunathan became the Founder-President of the Madras Sports Writers Club in 1963-64.
Gurunathanmukadi Sri Ayyappaguru temple is situated on a hill in a beautiful landscape, near the banks of Achankovil River, on the opposite side of Pandalam Sri Valiyakoickal Dharma Sastha temple. The legend of Ayyappaguru temple is intertwined with Pandalam kingdom .The legend says when Sri Manikandan (young Ayyappa) was brought up at Pandalam palace, he learned ‘vidya’ from the guru called Sri Gurunathan who was an incarnations of Sivachaithanya and was a Mahayogi. Sri Gurunathan reached Pandalam as guided by Lord Siva in a dream.
Gurunathan started his journalistic career in the advertisement section of the Hindu in 1928. He became a reporter in 1938 and from 1958 till his death, was the sports editor. He founded the Madras Sports Annual which covered local cricket and other sports in the 1940s. While at the Hindu, he started the magazine "Sport and Pastime" which ran for about twenty years and ceased publication due to labour troubles soon after his death. Gurunathan was the first Honorary Cricket Statistician for the Board of Control for Cricket in India serving in that post from 1949-50 till his death.
"Indian Cricket" was founded in 1946–47 under the editorship of S. K. Gurunathan who continued in that role until his death in 1966. He was succeeded by P. N. Sundaresan, sports editor of "The Hindu" and Indian cricket correspondent of "Wisden Cricketer's Almanack". Sundaresan edited the annual until his retirement in 1972 and G. Viswanath edited the most recent issues.
His family members consist of his wife Gnanasouniram (late); his eldest daughter Jayalakshmi (late); his eldest son Natya Kala Samrat Samraj (late), who was a renowned dance master himself; his second son Manoharan (late); his third son Gurunathan (late); his second daughter Bagyalashmi , who is also equally knowledgeable in classical dance; and his last son Manikka Vinayagam, a popular singer in movies.
Kaduvetti Guru, also known as J. Gurunathan, is a politician and Former Member of Legislative Assembly from the Jayankondam constituency, Tamil Nadu. He represents the Pattali Makkal Katchi party. He is from Kaduvetti village in Ariyalur district in Tamil Nadu. He is the Vanniyar Sangam president. He was elected to the Tamil Nadu legislative assembly as a Pattali Makkal Katchi candidate from Andimadam constituency in 2001 election and again from Jayankondam constituency in 2011 election .
Priyanandanan started his film career under famous directors K. R. Mohanan, P. T. Kunju Muhammed and Manilal. He began filming numerous newsreels and documentary shorts, which include Fight for Land and Man or Manninum Manushyanum Vendiyulla Samarangal (about Comrade Achudanandan), People’s Leader or Jana Nayakan about E. K. Nayanar, Teacher or Gurunathan (about Sanskrit expert K P C Narayanan Bhattathiri), and The History of Strikes in Trissur District or Trissur Jillayile Samara Charithrangal.
In 1990, the Karnataka and the Tamil Nadu Governments formed a Special Task Force to catch Veerappan. In February 1992, his lieutenant Gurunathan was killed by the Karnataka task force, with SI Shakeel Ahmed single-handedly responsible for the capture. Three months later, Veerappan attacked the Ramapura police station in the Chamarajanagar district, killing several policemen and capturing arms and ammunition. In August 1992, Veerappan laid a trap for SI Shakeel Ahmed, killing him along with five others. The Karnataka and Tamil Nadu Special Task Forces then began intensified combing operations along the two states' border areas and also around Gopinatham village, Veerappan's birthplace.
Vallathol is regarded as the greatest nationalist poet of the language. He actively participated in the Nationalist movement. He attended the all India Conferences of the Indian Congress in 1922 and 1927 and rejected a royal honour bestowed upon him by the Prince of Wales during his India visit in 1922. Vallathol remained a great admirer of Mahatma Gandhi and wrote the poem "Ente Gurunathan" ("My Great Teacher") in his praise. At the same time, he felt attracted by the Communist ideology and wrote poems praising the achievements of the Soviet Union. He wrote several patriotic poems hailing India's nationalist movement.
Pallippuram was an important centre of Sanskrit education in Malabar. Kumarampulakal Narayanan Namboothiri ran a school at his residence dedicated to Sanskrit and Veda studies. The scholar also held numerous Sanskrit manuscripts in his private library. The pioneer in the field of modern education in the village was Chellu Ezhuthachan, who succeeded in converting the "Kudippallikoodam" (crude basic school, presided by a "Gurunathan", the master) situated in Mangalam into an independent government-aided elementary school. He eventually went on to establish schools in Palathara, Pallippuram and Karambathur. Cutting across the caste divide, these institutions were open to all students, a revolutionary idea in Ezhuthachan's day. He even established a Muslim school in Palathara and funded the “mullah” (a teacher of Islamic theology) who ran it. Cholapparambil Achuthan Ezhuthachan and Pazhayangadi KK Ramankutty Ezhuthachan were the other noted personalities in the sphere of education in the early days.
PCSX2 has been very well received. Matthew Humphries of Geek.com described it as "an impressive piece of work". Alex Garrett of PC World criticized the difficulty of setting up PCSX2 but called it a "masterpiece". Although he also criticized the complexity, David Hayward of Micro Mart called it "technically amazing". Sriram Gurunathan of In.com described PCSX2 as "arguably the most popular emulator around" and named it as one of the site's Top 5 Emulators. Brandon Widder of Digitaltrends.com included PCSX2 in his Best Emulators article. John Corpuz of Tom's Guide mentioned PCSX2 in his Best PlayStation Emulators for PCs article, saying that "when it comes to stable, playable Playstation 2 emulation, PCSX2 is pretty much the best game in town at the moment".
Dr. Gayatri Sankaran is a Carnatic Vocalist, Violist, Veena exponent hails from Samalkot, Andhra Pradesh and moved for long term to Thiruvanmiyur, Chennai. She started learning music, at the age of three, from her mother, Subbulakshmi Gurunathan and later from Allamaraju Someswara Rao. This brought her the opportunity to learn music at Kalakshetra of Rukmini Devi Arundale when the renowned danseuse was impressed with the young Gayatri where she learned under Pudukkodu Krishnamurthy and Vairamangalam S Lakshminarayanan and secured diploma and post graduate diploma in vocals and violin. She learnt violin under the guidance of Pakkala Ramados. Later, she had training under Lalgudi Jayaraman and under K. J. Yesudas, both renowned musicians. She started performing as a violin- accompanist. She joined the All India Radio as a staff artist to start her career in 1988 and continues to work there as a "Top Grade" artist in Carnatic music and "B High" Grade artist in light music and violin. She has secured a doctoral degree (PhD) for her thesis, "'Stylistic Analysis of Kalidaikurichi Vedanta Bhagavatar", from the University of Madras and teaches Carnatic Music for many students in-Person and Online from her home in Tiruvanmiyur She is reported to have developed braille notations for music and has performed at various places in India and abroad. She is also a member of the Programme Committee) of the South Zone Cultural Centre, Ministry of Culture and the Awards Selection Committee Member of the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India.
On the return journey from England, the Australians toured India and Pakistan for the first time, with mixed results. On a matting pitch, unfamiliar to the Australians, Johnson's team lost the inaugural Test against Pakistan at Karachi. Responding to the loss, a cartoon drawn by Norman Mitchell of the Adelaide "News" newspaper suggested island planters might be able to scrape together a team that would be a match for the Australians. Returning to turf pitches in India, the Australians restored some pride. Johnson was the highest scorer in the Australian team's victory by an innings and five runs in the First Test at Nehru Stadium in Madras. Due to injury, both Johnson and Miller missed the drawn Second Test at Brabourne Stadium at Bombay; Lindwall skippered the side. Johnson returned for the Third Test at Eden Gardens, Calcutta for what would ultimately prove to be his final Test. The Australians won the match by 94 runs, giving them a 2–0 series win. S. K. Gurunathan, summing up in the Indian Cricket Almanack, wrote: "The Australians showed themselves to be a superior side even when their batting failed".