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121. Which agitation is also known as “Thonnooramand Lahala’? 
Oorutapalam revolt 

122. Which organisation inspired Ayyan Kali to establish Sadhujana Paripalana Sangham? 
SNDP Yogam 

123. Who authored ‘Mokshapradeepam’? 
Brahmananada Sivayogi 

124. The remains of Chavara Kuriakose Alias is kept at: 
Mannanam 



125. Who called Kumaranasan “the Poet of Renaissance’? 
Thayatt Sankaran 

126. Who authored ‘Anandasutram’? 
Brahmananada Sivayogi 

127. Who authored ‘Divyakokilam’ as a tribute to Rabindranath Tagore? 
Kumaranasan 

128. The work of Kumaranasan based on Buddhist legend: 
Chandalabikhuki

129. The work of Kumaranasan that depicts the fact ‘Mamsanibhadamalla ragam’ (Love is not an artifact of flesh): 
Leela 



130. The work of Kumaransan on the background of the Malabar Rebellion of 1921: 
Duravastha 

131. The world rises from love /And attains progress with love,/Love is itself the power of the world,/Love brings happiness to all; / Love is life itself, sir,/And Love’s absence is death”-The work of Kumaranasan which depicts the sacredness of love : Chandalabhikshuki 

132. The year of Liberation Struggle -
1959 

133. The year of Perinad Revolt led by Ayyankali: 
1915 



134. Who founded the Siddhasramam at Alathur? 
Brahmananda Swami Sivayogi 

135. Who gave a detailed explanation of ‘Chinmudra’ to Swami Vivekananda when he visited Kerala? 
Chattampi Swamikal
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