Saturday, June 13, 2009

106.SNDP YOGAM


























Sree 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.

The 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. The Guru wanted the Yogam to function as the vanguard of his 'Liberation Movement'. But the leadership of the Yogam could not rise up to the expectation of the Guru. It could function only in a caste organization. Hence, in 1916, the Guru sent his resignation letter to Dr. P. Palpu. The Guru attributed 'caste pride' to the leaders of the Yogam and declared that he belonged to no caste non-religious.



General Secretary SNDP YOGAM





Vellapally Natesan is an asset to the community he guides. Through his enduring efforts he created a conducive atmosphere to the social tranquillity and it was not a contrivance. His moral standards of honour, allegiance to duty and truthfulness are well-known.

Vellapally is the son of Kesavan and Devaki who belong to the reputed family of Vellapally in Kanichukulangara. The family has been closely linked with the industrial sector in Kanichukulangara where coir factories predominantly occupy as mainstay of the economy.

He is a devout man to his family. His children can rarely recall him discussing politics at home. Vandana, Tushar and wife Preethi are the members of his family.



Objectives

The main objectives of the organisation are:
• Introduce Shri Narayana devotees to each other and spread teachings of Shri Narayana Guru
• Help socially and economically weak in education
• Work in cooperation with other organizations for the betterment of all.
• Educate members about all religions.
• Establish a Temple and a School.
• Provide financial help to victims of disasters.

Organizational Contributions

The Yogam engaged itself in the laudable efforts of eradicating untouchability and voicing the fundamental human rights of the working class. These efforts actually paved the way for many of Guru's followers to accept later the Marxist interpretation of socialism as their most acceptable ideal. Under the aegis of Dr. Palpu, Kumaran Asan, T. K. Madhavan, C.V. Kunjuraman, Moolur Padmanabha Panickar and others, several drastic changes were brought about in the social structure and texture of the Kerala community The role that Narayana Guru played was only of a catalyst and not as a fighter in the front lines. To others he set an example by his own personal life. His high dignity and sense of oneness with mankind did not allow him to give vent to anger or protestation against any particular person or community. He believed that there was only one caste for man and that was humanity. In this attitude he was uncompromising.This organisation has done invaluable service in the epic struggle against caste system in Kerala.














Motivation
SNDP's follows Guru's social activities and its work is based the famous Quote of Guru:
“ Without differences of caste,
Nor enmities of creed',
Here it is, the model of an abode,
Where all live like brothers at heart ”

Organizational Structure

SNDP Yogam has been divided into 3 formation and they are
• Yogam (Top Level Body)
• Union (Middle Level)
• Sakhas (Lower level)
It is head-quartered in Kollam, Kerala.

Schools and Colleges

SNDP founded schools and colleges in the independent India. Previously the only private colleges were those managed by the Church. The movement started with SN College, Kollam and continued to late 70s. Great leaders like R. Sankar had the vision for future. According to M.A.John (idealist Congress leader), R. Sankar was the best Chief Minister kerala had and R. Sankar ministry laid the foundation for long term progress in Kerala - in the form of educational institutions and industries.

A Multicaste Organization

Though SNDP Yogam is mainly managed by Ezhava community, there is nothing in the bye-laws stopping other castes or religions into the body. As had been the case, many social reformers of other 'castes' were close friends or associates of SNDP Yogam. This include notable names like Mannathu Padmanabhan (founder of Nair Service Society), V.T.Bhattathiripad, M.C.Joseph(Rationalist) and in recent times Singer Yesudas and P.A.Backer who produced the movie on Sree Narayana Guru. Both Mannam and Marxist leader A.K.Gopalan were influenced by Guru and shed their caste endings from their names.

R.Shanker and S.N.D.P.Yogam













R. Sankar was a social reformer, Politician and one of the towering figures in Kerala politics with his courageous and inimitable style of functioning, Sree R Sankar became the third Chief Minister of Kerala during one of the most turbulent periods in the State’s political history. Sree Sankar was born in the village of Kuzhikkalidavaka near puthoor in Kottarakkara Taluk on April 30, 1909 as the fifth son of Sree Raman and Smt Kunchali Amma. Though born in a large family and despite the not so favorable conditions, he was fortunate enough to get good education. Sree. Sankar’s formal education began in the Puthoor Primary School and later continued in the English School, Kottarakkara.

Political Life


Having started public life as a teacher and lawyer, he was drawn to politics with the birth of the Indian National Congress in State. The end of the Nivarthana agitation and the gradual growth of the State Congress accelerated Sankar’s rise as a political leader. He participated in the freedom struggle and was arrested and put in jail. After India’s independence he focused his attention on strengthening the Congress party.

Later, taking a break from the Congress party, he began to work in the SNDP Yogam. His work during this period served a great deal to bring backward class communities into the fold of the Congress party. During his long association with the SNDP Yogam of over 13 years, he served the Yogam as its General Secretary, President and Chief of the SN Trust. Under his leadership the SNDP Yogam gave emphasis to the field of education and started many educational institutions. Sree Sankar returned to the State Congress at a crucial juncture, when it was going through one of its worst periods. His organizing skills and leadership qualities became evident in the election held after independence. He was elected to the Travancore Assembly in 1948.
He also became a member of the Travancore-Cochin Assembly from 1949 to 1956. Sree. Sankar was a member of the Constituent Assembly and also a member of the Franchise and Delimitation Commission and the Reforms Committee constituted after the introduction of the Responsible Government. He led the Congress party as KPCC President during the Vimochana Samaram(Liberation Struggle). The Congress won the elections in 1960 under Sree. Sankar’s leadership and he became the Deputy Chief Minister in the Pattom Thanupillai ministry. He handled Finance portfolio from 1960 to 1962. When Sree Pattom Thanupillai was appointed as Governor, Sree Sankar became the Chief Minister of Kerala from September 26, 1962 to September 10, 1964.

Sree R Sankar was an able administrator and statesman. His track record as the Chief Minister of Kerala is ample proof of his administrative skills. He brought about many economic reforms while handling the finance portfolio. He served as the Chairman of the Committee of Privileges from 1960 to 1964. He was also the editor of a newspaper called Dinamony. His wife was Smt Lekshmikutty Amma and they have one son and one daughter.Sree Sankar died at the age of 63 on November 6, 1972. The Assembly paid its homage to him on November 13, 1972.






R.Shanker Birth Centenary celebrations







Growth and Achievement of SNDP

Within a decade of its inception, the SNDP attained incredible success, and then onwards, it had been steadily growing adapting itself to suit the changing socio-political conditions and consequent needs of the people.

Under the leadership of Mahakavi Kumaran Asan, and Dr. Palpu, the Yogam raised its voice of protest against the denial of civic and human rights to Avarnas. The Yogam was in the vanguard of the fight for the rights of the depressed classes, especially the non- caste Hindus. But the voice of protest was mainly through representations to rulers and Government, newspaper writings and pamphlets, etc.

The SNDP first fought for the admission of Avarna children to Govt. schools and won. With this success, the number of educationally qualified youth in the community increased. The Christian missionary institutions also contributed to this increase. But employment in Government was still out of reach for them. The Christians could get into Govt. service through the influence of the British, but the Ezhavas were kept out. After repeated representations, a great favor was granted that the Ezhavas could be employed in the lower ranks in departments other than Revenue. (The Revenue Department could not take the Ezhavas because it was dealing with Temple Administration and the Ezhavas being Avarnas were not supposed to touch those papers!) When the Avarnas applied for Government jobs, they were either asked by the Savarna officials to take up their traditional profession, or their applications were summarily rejected saying that there were no vacancies. The SNDP took up the issue. Protests against the princely rulers and caste Hindu officials gradually became an integral part of India's national movement, and the SNDP developed a high political stock.

The SNDP entered its second phase when T. K. Madhavan took over as its organizing secretary. He was a firebrand and a committed nationalist. Madhavan brought in a tremendous increase in the membership of the SNDP within a short period. He also took up issues which caused the Yogam to adopt methods of agitation

The first important issue was to fight for the Avarnas' right to use public roads around the temples which resulted in the famous Vaikkom Satyagraha, and later led to the Temple Entry Proclamation by the Maharaja of Travancore. It is to be noticed that Travancore was the first princely state in India to take this progressive step. "Removal of untouchability is an abstract idea. Temple entry is a concrete representative action of the abstract idea." - Mahatma Gandhi.

The second issue was the Anti-Liquor agitation. Long before Gandhi included prohibition in the national campaign, the Guru had declared, 'Liquor is poison, do not make it, do not give it, do not drink it.' In the 18th Annual meeting of the SNDP, a resolution was passed to urge the community (toddy-tappers) to wind up liquor business. No longer were peaceful protests registered. The Yogam adopted agitational methods like picketing the toddy and arrack shops, with T. K. Madhavan and C. Keshavan at its helm. Though it was sabotaged from within by vested interests, the agitation had its effect. The SNDP Yogam and its organized might came to be accepted as an undefeatable social force.

Both these activities, the Vaikkom Satyagraha and the Anti-Liquor agitation helped to integrate the SNDP's activities with the National Movement. The members of the SNDP en masse joined the Indian National Congress. With this, it got inextricably involved in political activities.

All these programs had emphasis on safeguarding and ensuring the civic rights and human status of the Ezhava community. This was bound to happen as the leadership of the SNDP was always vested in capable Ezhava men. It was the Ezhavas who listened to the Guru first, joined and swelled up the ranks of the SNDP. They were the standard bearers in the march of progress and naturally they were the beneficiaries too.

With this trend, the Guru had a feeling that the SNDP was sacrificing universalism and degenerating into an Ezhava organization, and ignoring the spiritual and moral well-being of the people at large. Just before his Samadhi (demise), the Guru tried to correct this trend. He sent the following message to a special meeting of the SNDP at Sivagiri:

No group can gain strength and achieve prosperity by any means other than organized effort. It was on this principle that the Yogam was established twenty five years ago. The term Ezhava does not denote caste or religion. Therefore anyone can be made a member of the Yogam. I wish many more joined.'

The Guru took another bold step. He established an Order of Monks (Dharma Sangham) at Sivagiri to maintain his spiritual legacy. Through his Will and Testament, he bequeathed all his property to the Dharma Sangham and issued directives and guidelines.

The future role of Sivagiri Mutt was:

1. To enlighten the people about the fundamentals of religion and spread everywhere devotion and love of God.

2. To help the people to attain the three-fold purity — that of body, mind and word.

3. To teach the people the grandeur of nonviolence, love and unity, and see that they are observed in action.

4. To improve the educational level of the common people.

5. To identify the right type of men to be trained as inmates and send them out as messengers of Love to serve the people.

His intention was to transform Sivagiri into the intellectual Sringeri of the South. Sivagiri Mutt enjoyed the right to train young men as priests and depute them to all temples consecrated by the Guru.

Soon after the Guru's Samadhi (demise), another offshoot of Sivagiri Mutt, named Narayana Gurukulam, was established by Nataraja Guru, Dr. Palpu's son and an intimate disciple of the Guru. The Gurukulam, took up the role of interpreting the Guru's philosophy in relation to advanced western thoughts. The East-West University is a special institution sponsored by the Gurukulam.

After this division of objectives, the SNDP entered its third phase, with another firebrand, the future Chief Minister C. Keshavan, as its Secretary. A lawyer by profession, a Gandhian and nationalist by conviction, and molded in the forge of the Guru's Dharma, this fearless agitator inaugurated a new era in the political heritage of the SNDP. He transformed the SNDP into a fighting organization with the Abstention Movement, and the struggle for proportionate representation of Ezhavas in the legislature of Travancore State. In Travancore State, only those who paid Rs. 5 or more as land tax had the right to vote. The Nairs and upper castes were the landed gentry with voting rights, and most of the Ezhavas and other Avarnas were the landless poor without voting rights. So there was no chance of an Ezhava getting elected to the Legislative Assembly, though they were equal to the Nairs in number. The same was the case with the Christians and the Muslims. So the SNDP joined hands with Muslims and Christians and decided to boycott the elections of 1931. This is known as Abstention Movement. The Abstention Movement was a great success, as the Government agreed to nominate representatives, proportionate to the population, to the Legislative Assembly.

The post-Independence scene was quite different. As the Yogam had been deeply immersed in struggles for civic rights, the area of educational advance was not particularly taken care of for a few years. At this stage, R. Shankar took over as General Secretary. Shankar represented the younger generation molded by the Guru's dynamic influence. By sheer integrity and merit Shankar managed to become the State Congress head and Chief Minister of Kerala for a few years. As Secretary of the SNDP, Shankar saw that the Ezhavas had progressed socially and economically, but the SNDP did not have institutions of higher education. So Shankar concentrated his efforts on education. He raised an educational fund of Rs. 1 lakh within 24 hours, and started the Sree Narayana College at Quilon. This has become one of the leading post- graduate study centers of Kerala. The SNDP celebrated its golden jubilee at the SN College Grounds. The most important contribution of R. Shankar was the formation of the SN Trust which now runs a chain of colleges, polytechnics, Teacher Training Institutions, well-equipped hospitals and Nurses' Training schools. The growth in the educational field was temporarily arrested by the sudden demise of Shankar.

The SNDP started basically as an organization of the toiling millions. By and by, its leadership went to the rising bourgeoisie of the community. In spite of that, it continues to be dedicated to the cause of the poor. Though there is difference of opinion, many of the socialist and communist leaders of Kerala had their early apprenticeship in the SNDP and its activities. The reason for Kerala becoming a haven for progressive views and ideals can be traced to the influence of the messages and mission of Sree Narayana Guru.

List of S.N.D.P yogam Presidents & Their Period.

1. Sree Narayana Gurudevan ( life long ) - ( 1903 - 1928 )

2. Madhavan vaidhyer - ( 1929 - 1933 )

3. C. Krishnan - ( 1933 - 1938 )

4. M.Govindhan - ( 1939 - 1940 )

5. K. Ayyappan - ( 1940 - 1943 )

6. V.K. Panikker - ( 1943 - 1944 )

7. V.K.Velayudhan - ( 1944 - 1945 )

8. M.Govindhan - (1945 - 1951 )

9. Dr.P.N.Narayanan - ( 1951 - 1953 )

10. K.Sukumaran - ( 1953 - 1954 )

11. R.Sankar - ( 1954 - 1956 )

12. V.G.Sukumaran - ( 1956 - 1960 )

13. K.A.Velayudhan - ( 1960 - 1961 )

14. A.Achuthan - ( 1961 - 1966 )

15. C.R.Keshavan Vaidhayan - ( 1966 - 1970 )

16. K.T.Achuthan - ( 1971 - 1973 )

17. N.Sreenivasan - ( 1973 - 1978 )

18. Prof.P.S.Velayudhan - ( 1978 - 1982 )

19. K.M.Raghavan - ( 1982 - 1988 )

20. K.K.Viswanathan - ( 1988 - 1992 )

21. K.G.Sreenivasa panikar - ( 1992 - 1992 )

22. Dr.K.K.Rahulan - ( 1992 - 1996 )

23. A.S.Prathap singh - ( 1996 - 1999 )

24. Adv. C.K.Vidhyasagar - ( 1999 - 2006 )

25. K.Kamalasanan - ( 2006 - 2006 ) late.

26. M.B.Sreekumar - ( 2006 - 2007 )

27. Dr.M.N.Soman - ( 2007 - ......)

List of S.N.D.P yogam General Secretary's & period

1. Mahakavi N.Kumaran Asan - ( 1903 - 1915 )

2. N.Krishnan - ( 1915 - 1916 )

3. Mahakavi N.Kumaran Asan - ( 1916 - 1919 )

4. N.Kumaran - ( 1919 - 1927 )

5. C.V.Kunju Raman - ( 1927 - 1929 )

6. M.Govindan - ( 1929 - 1930 )

7. K.Narayanan - ( 1930 - 1931 )

8. C.V.Kunjuraman - ( 1931 - 1932 )

9. K.M.Keshavan - ( 1932 - 1933 )

10. C.Kesavan - ( 1933 - 1935 )

11. Thazhava Kesavan - ( 1935 - 1936 )

12. V.K.Velayudhan - ( 1936 - 1941 )

13. K.N.Kunju krishnan - ( 1941 - 1942 )

14. V.K.Velayudhan - ( 1942 - 1944 )

15. R.Sankar - ( 1944 - 1954 )

16. K.Karthikeyan - ( 1954 - 1956 )

17. R.Sankar - ( 1956 - 1957 )

18. K.R.Narayanan - ( 1957 - 1961 )

19. K.M.Raghavan - ( 1961 - 1970 )

20. Mankuzhi Madhavan - ( 1971 - 1973 )

21. Prof.P.S.Velayudhan - ( 1973 - 1978 )

22. P.S.Prathap Singh - ( 1978 - 1982 )

23. K.Gopinadhan - ( 1982 - 1985 )

24. A.S.Prathap Singh - ( 1985 - 1992 )

25. K.Gopinadhan - ( 1992 - 1996 )

26. Vellapally Natesan - ( 1996 - .......)

S.N.D.P UNIONS - SHAKHAS
District - S.N.D.P Unions - S.N.D.P Sakhas

Thiruvananthapuram - 12 - 431

Kollam - 8 - 484

Pathanamthitta - 4 - 242

Alappuzha - 8 - 581

Kottayam - 6 - 315

Idukki - 5 - 182

Eranakulam - 9 - 381

Thrissur - 12 - 655

Palakkad - 7 - 332

Malappuram - 5 - 86

Kozhikkode - 7 - 252

Wayanad - 3 - 86

Kannur - 4 - 220

Kasargod - 3 - 93

District wise

1. Thiruvananthapuram Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
G.P.O Junction , pulimoodu p.o , Thiruvananthapuram.
Phone No:- 0471 – 2478563
Sakhas :- 76
Temples :- 6
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 12


2. Aaryanadu Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Aaryanadu p.o , Thiruvananthapuram.
Phone No:- 0472 – 2854923
Sakhas :- 27
Temples :- 1
Schools :- 1
Guru mandirams:- 17


3. Vamanapuram Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Venjaranmoodu p.o,-695607 , Thiruvananthapuram.
Phone No:- 0472 – 2872404
Sakhas :- 40
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 12


4. Neyyattinkara Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Neyyattinkara p.o - 695121 , Thiruvananthapuram.
Phone No:- 0471 – 2222338
Sakhas :- 38
Temples :- 4
Schools :- 1
Guru mandirams:- 37


5. Nedumangadu Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Pazhakutty p.o - 695561 , Thiruvananthapuram.
Phone No:- 0472 – 2813439
Sakhas :- 31
Temples :- 3
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 14

6. Sivagiri Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Varkala p.o - 629165 , Thiruvananthapuram.
Phone No:- 0470 – 2602425
Sakhas :- 39
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 18


7. Attingal Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Attingal p.o - 695101 , Thiruvananthapuram.
Phone No:- 0470 – 2621631
Sakhas :- 46
Temples :- 12
Schools :- 2
Guru mandirams:- 30


8. Kilimanoor Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Madavoor p.o - 695602 , Thiruvananthapuram.
Phone No:- 0472 – 2682054
Sakhas :- 27
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 5


9. Kovalam Union

Address :- No Union Office ( Under construction )
Thiruvananthapuram.
Phone No:- 9349438346
Sakhas :- 31
Temples :- 5
Schools :- 1
Guru mandirams:- 20

10. Nemam Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Attingal p.o - 695101, Thiruvananthapuram.
Phone No:- 0472 – 2621631
Sakhas :- 31
Temples :- 3
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 18


11. Parashala Union

Address :- No Union Office
Neyyattinkara Taluk , Thiruvananthapuram.
Phone No:- Nil
Sakhas :- 22
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 19

12. Kuzhithura Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Marthandam p.o - 629165 , Thiruvananthapuram.
Phone No:- 04651 - 263017
Sakhas :- 38
Temples :- 10
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 7

13. Kollam Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Kollam - 1 , Kollam
Phone No:- 0474 – 2746196
Sakhas :- 65
Temples :- 7
Schools :- 2
Guru mandirams:- 35

14. Chathannur Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Chathannur p.o - 691572 , Kollam.
Phone No:- 0474 – 2593754
Sakhas :- 47
Temples :- 3
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 32

15. Karunagappalli Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
karunagappalli , Kollam.
Phone No:- 0476 – 2620433
Sakhas :- 96
Temples :- 15
Schools :- 8
Guru mandirams:- 60

16. Kunnathoor Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Kunnathoor, Sasthamkotta p.o - 690521 , Kollam.
Phone No:- -
Sakhas :- 27
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- 1
Guru mandirams:- 12

17. Pathanapuram Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Punalur p.o , Kollam.
Phone No:- 0475 – 2222503
Sakhas :- 95
Temples :- 9
Schools :- 2
College :- 1
Guru mandirams:- 60

18. Kottarakkara Union

Address :- R.Sankar Memmorial S.N.D.P Union Office
Kottarakara p.o , Kollam.
Phone No:- 0474 – 2451545
Sakhas :- 75
Temples :- 15
Schools :- 5
Guru mandirams:- 35

19. Kundara Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Elamballur , kundara p.o , Kollam.
Phone No:- 0474 – 2546060
Sakhas :- 43
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 23

20. Pathanamthitta Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Pathanamthitta, p.o box – 48 689645 , Pathanamthitta
Phone No:- 04682 – 222225
Sakhas :- 58
Temples :- 5
Schools :- 7
Guru mandirams:- 48

21. Ranni Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Ranni p.o , 689673 , Pathanamthitta
Phone No:- 04735 – 227092
Sakhas :- 50
Temples :- 2
Schools :- 3
Guru mandirams:- 44

22. Adoor Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Adoor, p.o , Pathanamthitta
Phone No:- 04734 – 228185
Sakhas :- 75
Temples :- 5
Schools :- 2
Guru mandirams:- 35

23. Thiruvalla Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Thiruvalla p.o - 689101 , Pathanamthitta
Phone No:- 0469 – 2700093 , 2604032
Sakhas :- 59
Temples :- 4
Schools :- 5
Guru mandirams:- 54

24. Karthikappally Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Karthikappally, Haripad p.o , Alappuzha
Phone No:- 0479 – 2412276
Sakhas :- 102
Temples :- 10
Schools :- 7
Guru mandirams:- 72

25. Kuttanad Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Mankombu, Thekkekara p.o , Alappuzha
Phone No:- 0477 – 2704740, 2704440 , 2702602
Sakhas :- 71
Temples :- 19
Schools :- 5
Guru mandirams:- 31

26. Mavelikkara Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Opp.pvt Bus stand ,Mavelikkara – 690101 , Alappuzha
Phone No:- 0479 – 2302268
Sakhas :- 111
Temples :- 5
Schools :- 2
Guru mandirams:- 97


27. Chengannur Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Chengannur p.o, 689121, Alappuzha
Phone No:- 0479 – 2452216
Sakhas :- 62
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 54

28. Cherthala Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Cherthala p.o – 689121 , Alappuzha
Phone No:- 0479 – 2452216
Sakhas :- 99
Temples :- 2
Schools :- 3
Guru mandirams:- 75

29. Kayamkulam Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Near k.s.r.t.c Bus Stand, kayamkulam p.o, Alappuzha
Phone No:- 0479 – 2441062
Sakhas :- 39
Temples :- 2
Schools :- 1
Guru mandirams:- 28

30. Ambalappuzha Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Kidangaamparambu p.o, Alappuzha
Phone No:- 0479 – 2254676 , 2233465
Sakhas :- 52
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- -

31. Kanichukulangara Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office ( Shathabthi smarakam)
Kanichukulangara p.o – 690506 , Alappuzha
Phone No:- 0479 – 2441062
Sakhas :- 55
Temples :- 3
Schools :- 3
Guru mandirams:- 12

32. Changanasserry Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Changanasserry p.o – 686903 , Kottayam
Phone No:- 0481 – 2420915
Sakhas :- 56
Temples :- 9
Schools :- 4
Guru mandirams:- 55


33. Highrange Union

Address :- Dr.Palpu Memmorial S.N.D.P Union Office
Mundakkayam p.o – 686513 , Kottayam
Phone No:- 04828 – 272548 , 274548
Sakhas :- 41
Temples :- 7
Schools :- 4
Guru mandirams:- 32

34. Kaduthuruthy Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Kaduthuruthy p.o – 686604 , Vaikkom , Kottayam
Phone No:- 04829 – 282033
Sakhas :- 29
Temples :- 8
Schools :- 2
Guru mandirams:- 14

35. Kottayam Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
M.C.Road , Kottayam p.o – 6860051 , Kottayam
Phone No:- 0481 – 2568913 , 3292025 , 3258278
Sakhas :- 93
Temples :- 11
Schools :- 12
Guru mandirams:- 59

36. Mennachil Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Mennachil , Pala p.o , Kottayam
Phone No:- 04822 – 212625
Sakhas :- 49
Temples :- 9
Schools :- 4
Guru mandirams:- 42

37. Vaikkom Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Vaikkom p.o – 686141 , Kottayam
Phone No:- 04829 – 232577
Sakhas :- 65
Temples :- 9
Schools :- 15
Guru mandirams:- 50


38. Adimali Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Devikulam , Adimali p.o – 685561 , Idukki
Phone No:- 04864 – 222152
Sakhas :- 44
Temples :- 22
Schools :- 3
Guru mandirams:- 15

39. Idukki Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Idukki Coloney p.o , Cheruthoney – 685602 , Idukki
Phone No:- 04862 – 235009
Sakhas :- 19
Temples :- 5
Schools :- 1
Guru mandirams:- 7

40. Malanadu Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Kattappana p.o – 685508 , Idukki
Phone No:- Nil
Sakhas :- 52
Temples :- 12
Schools :- 5
Guru mandirams:- 42

41. Peerimedu Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Perumedu p.o – 685531 , Idukki
Phone No:- 04869 – 232671
Sakhas :- 24
Temples :- 3
Schools :- 6
Guru mandirams:- 10

42. Thodupuzha Uion

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Thodupuzha East p.o – 685584 , Idukki
Phone No:- 04862 – 222432
Sakhas :- 43
Temples :- 8
Schools :- 8
Guru mandirams:- 5


43. Kunnathunadu Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
P.P Road, Perumbavoor- 683542 , Eranakulam
Phone No:- 0484 – 2522585 , 2592585
Sakhas :- 70
Temples :- 10
Schools :- 6
Guru mandirams:- 13

44. Koothattukulam Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Koothattukulam p.o- 686662 , Eranakulam
Phone No:- 0485 – 2253296
Sakhas :- 22
Temples :- 4
Schools :- 1
Guru mandirams:- 6

45. Moovattupuzha Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
S.N Road, Moovattupuzha p.o- 686661 , Eranakulam
Phone No:- 0485 – 2832587
Sakhas :- 29
Temples :- 4
Schools :- 1
Guru mandirams:- 3


46. Kothamangalam Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Kothamangalam p.o- 686691 , Eranakulam
Phone No:- 0485 – 2823275
Sakhas :- 22
Temples :- 1
Schools :- 1
Guru mandirams:- 2

47. Kanayannoor Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office, Sahodhara nagar
Mullaserry canal Road , Cochin - 682011 , Eranakulam
Phone No:- 0484 – 2370500
Sakhas :- 75
Temples :- 37
Schools :- 8
Guru mandirams:- 36

48. Paravoor Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Main Road , Paravoor p.o- 683513 , Eranakulam
Phone No:- 0484 – 2444512
Sakhas :- 71
Temples :- 7
Schools :- 2
Guru mandirams:- 3

49. Vyppin Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Vachakkal, Edavanakkadu p.o- 682502 , Eranakulam
Phone No:- 0484 – 2506444
Sakhas :- 20
Temples :- 3
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 2

50. Cochin Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
M.N.Thacho Road , Thoppumpadi , Cochin- 682005 , Eranakulam
Phone No:- 0484 – 2231544
Sakhas :- 23
Temples :- 5
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 6


51. Aluva Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Palace Road , Aluva- 683101 , Eranakulam
Phone No:- 0484 – 2623506
Sakhas :- 55
Temples :- 6
Schools :- 1
Guru mandirams:- 9

52. Thrissur Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Vadakkechira Road,Chembookavu , Thrissur- 680001 , Thrissur
Phone No:- 0487 – 2330872
Sakhas :- 103
Temples :- 8
Schools :- 1
Guru mandirams:- 3

53. Mukundapuram Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Irinjalakuda North - 680125 , Thrissur
Phone No:- 0480 – 2820953
Sakhas :- 74
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 15

54. Mala Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Mala p.o - 680732 , Thrissur
Phone No:- 0480 – 2897577
Sakhas :- 23
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 20

55. Peringottukara Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Karuvakkulam Road , Peringottukara - 680565 , Thrissur
Phone No:- 0487 – 2272788
Sakhas :- 61
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 20


56. Guruvayoor Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Gandhi nagar, Guruvayoor - 680101 , Thrissur
Phone No:- 0487 – 2553345
Sakhas :- 50
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 10

57. Kodungalloor Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Kizhakke nada , Kodungallor - 680664 , Thrissur
Phone No:- 0480 – 2802634
Sakhas :- 79
Temples :- 1
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 1

58. Thalappilli Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Parlikkadu,Vadakkanchery,Thalapilli p.o - 680623 , Thrissur
Phone No:- 0487 – 2201810
Sakhas :- 36
Temples :- 1
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 1

59. Chalakkudy Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
S.N.Nagar South, Chalakkudy - 680307 , Thrissur
Phone No:- 0480 – 2704306
Sakhas :- 97
Temples :- 6
Schools :- 3
Guru mandirams:- Nil

60. Puthukkad Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Puthukkad p.o - 680301 , Thrissur
Phone No:- 0480 – 2757434
Sakhas :- 65
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- Nil


61. Chelakkara Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Chelakkara p.o - 680586 , Thrissur
Phone No:- 9249149227
Sakhas :- 29
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 10

62. Kunnamkulam Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Anjoor p.o , Cheruvathani - 680523 , Thrissur
Phone No:- 0488 – 5228502
Sakhas :- 13
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- Nil

63. Nattika Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Thriprayar p.o , Nattika - 680556 , Thrissur
Phone No:- 0487 – 2402299
Sakhas :- 42
Temples :- 1
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 30

64. Palakkad Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Kingini,Mettupalayam street , Palakkad – 1 , Palakkad
Phone No:- 0491 – 6523889
Sakhas :- 89
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 10

65. Chittoor Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Chittoor college p.o - 678104 , Palakkad
Phone No:- 0492 – 3272030
Sakhas :- 31
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 1


66. Alathoor Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Alathoor p.o - 678541 , Palakkad
Phone No:- -
Sakhas :- 48
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- Nil

67. Mannarkkad Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
S.N college Building , Mannarkkad - 678582 , Palakkad
Phone No:- 04924 – 246648
Sakhas :- 31
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 5

68. Ottappalam Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Shornur - 679122 , Palakkad
Phone No:- 0466 – 2221232
Sakhas :- 59
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- Nil

69. Kollamkodu Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Kollamkodu p.o - 678506 , Palakkad
Phone No:- 0492 – 3262092
Sakhas :- 38
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 1
70. Kuzhalmandham Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Kuzhalmandham p.o - 678702 , Palakkad
Phone No:- 0492 – 2274453
Sakhas :- 35
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- Nil


71. Koyilandi Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Railway station Road , Koyilandi , Kozhikkode
Phone No:- 0496 – 2675425
Sakhas :- 33
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- Nil

72. Vadakara Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Narayana nagar , Vadakara, Kozhikkode
Phone No:- -
Sakhas :- 65
Temples :- 5
Schools :- 5
Guru mandirams:- 3

73. Thiruvambadi Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
S.n.d.p union building , Thiruvambadi , Kozhikkode
Phone No:- 0495 – 2252385
Sakhas :- 35
Temples :- 5
Schools :- 2
Guru mandirams:- 6.

74. Kozhikkode North Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office , Sreenarayana guruvarashramam
Kannur Road, West Hill, Athanikkal , Kozhikkode
Phone No:- 0495 – 2462320
Sakhas :- 32
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- -

75. Kozhikkode South Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
K.R . Complex , Near 4th Gate, Kozhikkode
Phone No:- 0495 – 2418905
Sakhas :- 34
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- 1
Guru mandirams:- 2


76. Balusserry Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Arappidika, Balusserry , Kozhikkode
Phone No:- 0496 – 2643465
Sakhas :- 33
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- Nil

77. Perambra Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Krishna Building , Perambra – 673525, Kozhikkode
Phone No:- 0496 – 2651835
Sakhas :- 20
Temples :- 1
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- Nil

78. Nilamboor Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office
Chungathara p.o - 679334 , Malappuram
Phone No:- 04931 – 23744
Sakhas :- 39
Temples :- 1
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 20

79. Perinthalmanna Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office, Sree narayana Vihar
Pattambi Road , Perinthalmanna , Malappuram
Phone No:- 04933 – 226842
Sakhas :- 48
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- Nil

80. Thirur Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office,
Thozhuvanoor p.o, Vattappara, Valancherry , Malappuram
Phone No:- 0494 – 2645744
Sakhas :- 104
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- Nil


81. Ponnani Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office,
S.N.D.P Building, Chamravattam Jn. Ponnani , Malappuram
Phone No:- 0494 – 32581111
Sakhas :- 58
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- Nil

82. Malappuram Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office,
Maliyekkal Building, Manjeri Road , Malappuram
Phone No:- 0483 – 3299258
Sakhas :- 35
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 1

83. Manjeri Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office,
Vaipparapadi , Manjeri , Malappuram
Phone No:- 9388215453
Sakhas :- 20
Temples :- 1
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 3

84. Sulthan Batheri Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office, Sree narayana Giri
Police station road , Sulthan Batheri - 673592 , Wayanad
Phone No:- 04936 – 222275
Sakhas :- 48
Temples :- 3
Schools :- 5
Guru mandirams:- 6

85. Mananthavadi Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office,
Mysore road , Mananthavadi , Wayanad
Phone No:- 04935 – 244188
Sakhas :- 22
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 1

86 . Pulpalli Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office,
Pulpalli Town , Wayanad
Phone No:- 04936 – 242522
Sakhas :- 16
Temples :- 1
Schools :- 4
Guru mandirams:- 4

87. Kannur Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office,
Sree narayana nagar , Kannur – 670001 , Kannur
Phone No:- 04972 – 707871
Sakhas :- 68
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 5

88. Thalipparamba Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office,
Thalipparamba p.o , Kannur
Phone No:- 0460 – 2207273
Sakhas :- 45
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 3

89. Thalasseri Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office,
Temple road , Thalasseri , Kannur
Phone No:- -
Sakhas :- 70
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 1

90. Iritti Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office,
Iritti p.o , Kannur
Phone No:- 0490 – 2491769
Sakhas :- 37
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- 10


91. Hosdurg Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office,
Kanhangad , Hosdurg p.o , Kasaragod
Phone No:- -
Sakhas :- 60
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- 3
Guru mandirams:- 4

92. Vellarikkundu Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office,
Vellarikkundu p.o , Kasaragod
Phone No:- -
Sakhas :- 19
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- Nil

93. Kasaragod Union

Address :- S.N.D.P Union Office,
Creecamp , Bank road , Kasaragod
Phone No:- -
Sakhas :- 14
Temples :- Nil
Schools :- Nil
Guru mandirams:- Nil

Out Side Kerala

94. S.N.D.P Chennai Union

95. S.N.D.P Coimbatore Union

96 S.N.D.P Bangalore Union

97. S.N.D.P Sidhapuram Union , Kudak ,Karnataka

98. S.N.D.P Mumbai Union

99. S.N.D.P Delhi Union

100.S.N.D.P.Shaka 1544-Intkheri, -Dist.Raisen, Madhya pradesh

101.S.N.D.P.Shaka - Jabalpur - Madhya pradesh


Out Side India

102. S.N.D.P Muscat Union , Oman

103. S.N.D.P Union Dubai ( SEVANAM DUBAI )

104. S.N.D.P Union U.S.A ( Sree narayana Association - Newyork )

3 comments:

s said...

Hi,
we r located at malappuram district ,plan to start a SNDP unit our village,here 40 numbers of family's are interested for that.how can we started a unit.have an idea pls contact to Us.
Regards
Subashnarayan
PO purangu,MPM dist.
679584 pin
9539734480 ph
subashtransworld@yahoo.com

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