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Renaissance in Kerala 200 Questions - 3

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31. The name ‘Muthukutty’ was the childhood name of: 
Ayya Vaikundar 

32. The first to establish a printing press in Kerala without foreign support: 
Kuriakode Elias Chavara

33. The founder of ‘Islam Dharma Paripalana Sangham’: 
Vakkom Moulavi 

34. “Ask not, Say not, think not caste” are the words of: 
Sree Narayana Guru 

35. ‘Adwaitha Chintha Paddhathi was written by’: 
Chattampi Swamikal 


36. ‘Baalaakalesam’ was autored by: 
Pandit Karuppan 

37. ‘Daiva Dasakam’ was authored by: 
Sree Narayana Guru 

38. “His grandfather Hrishikesan and his father Muthukumaran were great yogis and were migrated to Tamilnadu from Pampumkadu in Malabar during Tipu Sultan’s aggression. Lord Subramanya was their family deity. At the age of 12, he received spiritual initiation from two Tamil Saints, Sachidananda Maharaj and Sri Chitti Paradeshi.”-The person mentioned here is: 
Thycaud Ayya 


39. “I consider it the greatest good fortune of my life to have visited the beautiful Travancore state and met the most venerable saint, Sree Narayana Guru Swami trippadangal” Who wrote these words in the guest book at Sivagiri?
Gandhiji 

40. The leaders of renaissance who were born in 1863: 
Ayyankali and Dr.Palpu 

41. The Malayalam poet who had prominent Buddhist influence in his writings: 
Kumaranasan 

42. The mouth piece of Sadhujana Paripalana Sangham, started in 1913: 
Sadhujana Paripalini 

43. The Ezhava Memorial of 1900 was submitted before: 
Lord Curzon 

44. The first European disciple of Sree Narayana Guru: 
Ernest Kirk 

45. The first medical graduate from Ezhava community in Travancore: 
Dr.Palpu 
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