SNDP Unit 640 - KattachalkuzhySree Narayana Dharma Paripalana Yogam Br: 640, Kattachalkuzhi unit is a sub-unit registered under Sree Narayana Dharma Paripalana Yogam in 1948. This SNDP Br: 640 is the first SNDP sub-unit in Neyattinkara Taluk. The main Aims and Objectives of this unit is to work for a new social order and a world brotherhood based on the principle of One Caste One Religion One God for Humanity preached by the great saint and social reformer of Kerala, Sree Narayana Guru. For a long period of time after registration this sub-unit has been inactive and become active under new committees in 2007. Under this committee a CAREER GUIDANCE CELL is formed to help students under this unit.
About the YogamSree Narayana Dharma Paripalana Yogam is organisation formed to propagate and promote the moral teaching and Dharma of Shree Narayana Guru. Dr. P. Palpu, a devotee of Sree Narayana, was one of the founder. According to the biography of Narayana Guru written by Moorkoth Kumaran, the organization was registered on 15 May, 1903 under Travancore Regulation 1 of 1063 (Indian Company Act IV 1882). Sree Narayana Guru was the Patron and life time President of the Yogam. Mahakavi Sri. Kumaranasan was the first General Secretary. Kumaran Asan was the peerless pioneer among modern Malayalam poets. He was one of the dedicated disciples of Sree Narayana Guru. In fact the spiritual philosophy and the battle against caste that illumine Kumaran Asan’s poetry were inspired mainly by association with and inspiration from the great Guru.
Guru's Vision of SNDP YogamThe Guru objected to the definition of the word 'community' (samudayam) that was given in the constitution. It was limited to those communities known as Ezhava, Thiya, Billava . He wanted it to be changed into the community of the human family. His follower's thought it was not pragmatically feasible to have such a global basis for their organization. When he saw that they were not prepared to have such a wide vision, after cautioning them of how it would adversely affect their purpose he agreed to give his blessings, probably with the hope that some day they would realize the narrowness of their tribalistic affinity.
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