SREE NARAYANA GURU’S CHILDHOOD
Nanoo was a cute boy with full of naughty activities, he always go and play and eat with all children even with lower caste people, that creates worries in his family, but Nanoo was allowed in home after batch. Nanoo was a kid he always eats the pooja sweets and bananas offering to the God, while mother questioning he will say if I derive happiness then Devi is pleasure too. As a child Nanoo started meditation and pray when he was the age of five, sitting alone and go deep meditation. Nanu grown up with the atmosphere of bakti , mother was a good believer and his father was narrating stories of Holy books of Ramayana and Mahabharata, villagers are gathering to Vayalvaram house to hear Madanasan, as a boy Nanu was keen interest in these stories.
[* Bhagavan Krishna in Holy Mahabharata specify clearly that“ Chathurvarnyam means division of labor was done based on the work and habit of the people”. All are born as Shudra’s “Janmana Jayaathe Shudra: , based on the work determine the class “Karmana Jayathe Sitha:, but in India Brahmins misused this and make their own interpretations and versions and they made Chathurvarnyam based on birth for suppressing/controlling the lower class to enjoy the life without physical hard work, and they are threatened the people with “Brahmana sapam”. Kings in Kerala are toys in the hands of Brahman’s. ]
[*Savarna means upper class people and Avarna means Lower class people]
PRIMARY EDUCATION OF GURUDEVAN
At the age of five, Nanoo was sent to Kannankara family the famous kudippallikudam belongs to Chembakasserri pillai conducted by Mootha Pillai, great scholar in Sanskrit and astrology and a village officer. He find out the extra ordinary powers of the great Nanoo, he was a dedicated, studious and quick learner, the master predicted he become world famous. From the school young Nanoo learned Sanskrit as well as Malayalam. In later years, he had acquired a commending proficiency in Tamil, and his philosophical transactions and writings were essentially in these three languages. He also learned Balaprabodhanam, Siddarupam & Amarakosham.