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DAMODARAN ASAN A.S.

Born June 25, 1896
Father  : Chennithala Mangatt Mutt Eswaran Naboodiri.
Mother : Ambalappat Lekshmi Amma.

Damodaran Asan is the nephew of Rayinkal Sankaran Asan who adventurously tried to put an end to the evil practices in the society. He was elected as a member of Sree Moolam
Assembly and Travancore Legislative Assembly for 9 years. He served as Diwan Peshakar, Excise Commissioner, and Revenue Board Member. He was the first Chairman of Kerala Financial Corporation and President of Travancore Dewaswom Board. He became the President of NSS twice.


 
DIXIT J.N. (Jyotheendra Nath Dixit)

Born in 1936
Father  : Munshi Paramu Pillai
Mother : Retnamayi Devi

J.N.Dixit was a renowned diplomat and able administrator who had worked as Foreign Secretary to the Government of India. He was selected to IFS in 1958. He was the High Comm
issioner to Bangladesh. He was appointed as Secretary to Government, External Affairs.  He played a vital role in India-Sri Lanka Treaty signed in 1991. In 2004 he was appointed as National Security Advisor. Government of India awarded him Padmabhushan.

He died on 3 January 2005.


Malabar DAMODARAN. (Keezedath Damodara Menon)

Born in 1912

Malabar K.Damodaran was an orator, historian, writer and an eminent Marxist philosopher.  His thoughts gave immense contribution to the Marxian phiolosophy. He was a scholar in Economics, Politics, Anthropology etc. He was the Secretary of Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee for a short while. Later joined Communist party and became a guide to the left movement. 
Pattabakki, a drama written by him is famous and very popular.His other important works are Indiyuude Atmavu, Bharatheeya Thathwa Chinthakal

He died on 1 July 1976.
 
 
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