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Sree Narayana GuruSree Narayana Guru was born under the star 'Chathayam' in the month of 'Chingam' in 1856 AD (1032 of the Malayalam calendar) in the village of Chempazhanthi in Trivandrum, the capital of Kerala as the son of Madan Asan, a farmer, and Kutti Amma. Yet Gurudev reportedly told some of his followers that he was actually born in 1030. When his 60th birth anniversary was being celebrated 1916 he laughingly said "my 60th birthday (sashtabhdhapoorty) was quite a while ago.

His parents, Madan Asan and Kutty Amma endearingly called him Nanu. At the age of five, he began his education in the neighboring school in the old Gurukula model.'Madan Asan' was also a teacher ("Asan") who was learned in Sanskrit and proficient in Astrology and Ayurveda.

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"Aarayukilandhathwamozhichaathi mahassin - Neram vazhikattum guruvallo paradaivam"


As Guru said Progress through education. Strengthen through organization, our mission is to join all SreeNarayanaguru Devotees under one umbrella, and to propagate & teach Gurus philosophy and works for Universal brotherhood and World peace and Without difference in caste or rancor of religions this is a noble place where all live in brotherhood.

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Saint Disciples of Guru
  • Sree Bodhananda Swamikal
  • Sadguru Shivalingadasa Swamikal
  • Satyavrata Swamikal
  • Chaitanya Swamikal
  • Nataraja Guru
  • Swamy Ananda Theerthan
  • Swamy Dharma Theerthan
  • Swamy Ernest Kerk
  • Govindhananda Swami
  • Dharma Thirthar Swami
  • Atmananda swami
  • Sankarananda Swami
  • Sreenarayana Theerthar


This is the place where Sree Narayana Guru's tomb is located and place where guru was enlightend and got the salvation. The Samadhi (the final resting place) of the Guru here attracts thousandsf of devotees every year during the Sivagiri Pilgrimage days 30th December to 1st January.

The Sivagiri Mutt, built in 1904, is situated at the top of the Sivagiri hill near Varkala. Even decades after the guru breathed his last here in 1928; Gurudevan's samadhi continues to be thronged by thousands of devotees, donned in yellow attire, from different parts of Kerala and outside.

The Sivagiri Mutt is also the headquarters of the Sree Narayana Dharma Sangham, an organization of his disciples and saints, established by GURU.

This place, in due course, developed into the site of the Sarada Temple, and guru established an architecture was simple and different. For the first time in India, a temple with windows and ventilation was devised.The opening of this temple was uniquely marked by the inspirational ceremony of guest of hymns in praise of the mother Sarada. The Guru himself wrote janani-navaratna Manjari nine Gems in praise of the mother.



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