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88201. Who called Ayyan Kali as Pulaya Raja?

Answer: Mahathma Gandhi

88202. The social reformer who led Achipudava Samaram?

Answer: Arattupuzha Velayudha Panicker

88203. In which year the Maharajah of Travancore exempted Nârâyana Guru from personal appearances in court, an honour recognizing the Guru as a distinguished living pTravancoreersonality?

Answer: 1904

88204. first planned and organized agitation for denied rights in the history of Kerala?

Answer: Vaikom Satyagraha

88205. Who wrote ‘Jathi Nirnayam’?

Answer: Sree Narayana Guru

88206. Who was the president of the Guruvayur Satyagraha Committee?

Answer: Mannath Padmanabhan

88207. The Tamil Renaissance leader who was associated with the Vaikom Satyagraha of 1924-25?

Answer: E.V.Ramaswami Naicker

88208. Who wrote ‘Nirvruthi Panchakam’?

Answer: Sree Narayana Guru

88209. The leader of Paliyam Satyagraha who was killed in police action?

Answer: A.G.Velayudhan

88210. Who is related to the pen name ‘Thiruvithamkotte Theeyan’?

Answer: Dr.Palpu

88211. Who wrote ‘Brahmavidya Panchakam’ , a Sanskrit work?

Answer: Sree Narayana Guru

88212. Who suggested the name ‘Nair Bhrithyajana Sangham’?

Answer: K.Kannan Menon

88213. Who was the chairman of the Antiuntouchability Committee formed at a conference held at Ernakulam in 1924?

Answer: K.Kelappa

88214. ‘Jeevithasamaram’ is the autobiography of?

Answer: C.Kesavan

88215. The only leader in the world to bring down a Communist Government by public and democratic movement?

Answer: Mannath Padmanabhan

88216. Who was the king of Travancore when Vaikom Satyagraha was started?

Answer: Sri Mulam Tirunal

88217. Who came to the Satyagraha camp at Vaikom as an observer at Gandhij’s instence?

Answer: Vinoba Bhave

88218. The king of Travancore who issued Temple Entry Proclamation?

Answer: Chithira Tirunal

88219. Sadhujana Paripalana Sangham founded by Ayyankali was modelled after?

Answer: SNDP Yogam

88220. In which year Cheramar Mahasabha was founded?

Answer: 1921

88221. The social reformer who married Thottakkad Madhavi Amma, the first woman member of Cochin Legislative Council?

Answer: Mannath Padmanabhan

88222. Who among the following actively participated in Vaikom Satyagraha but didn’t participated in Guruvayur Satyagraha as he had gone abroad to practise law?

Answer: K.P.Kesavamenon

88223. Name the prime minister who visited Kerala during the Liberation Struggle?

Answer: Jawaharlal Nehru

88224. What was the aim of Vaikom Satyagraha?

Answer: Open the approach road of the temple to avarnas

88225. The ruler of Travancore who stopped the Kudikkari or Devadasi system?

Answer: Sethulakshmi Bai

88226. The leader who exhorted the women of Kerala in 1931 to boycott temples as they had to remove upper cloths during festival seasons as a part of some rituals?

Answer: Mannath Padmanabhan

88227. “A smriti which is the people’s charter of spiritual emancipation” who hailed the Temple Entry Proclamation with these words?

Answer: Mahathma Gandhi

88228. In which temple Sree Narayana Guru Installed a slab as idol with the words, “Sathyam’ (Truth), Dharmam (Ethics), Daya (Compassion), Sneham (love)”?

Answer: Murukkumpuzha

88229. The founder of Cheramar Mahasabha?

Answer: Pampadi John Joseph

88230. After which notable incident Gandhiji visited Kerala for the last time?

Answer: Temple Entry Proclamation

88231. The social activist who was killed in 1874 during a boat journey by a group of upperclass people?

Answer: Arattupuzha Velayudha Panicker

88232. “One caste, One religion and One God for man of the same blood and form, there is no difference animals of the same caste alone procreate Viewed thus all humanity belong to one caste”- In which book of Sree Narayana Guru these words can be seen?

Answer: Jati Mimamsa

88233. Who among the following built a Vihar for Budhhists and eventually became a Buddhist himself?

Answer: C.Krishnan

88234. The samadhi of Sree Narayana Guru is at?

Answer: Sivagiri

88235. “Pracheena Malayalam” is authored by?

Answer: Chattambi Swamikal

88236. The first statue of Sree Narayana Guru was unveiled at?

Answer: Thalassery

88237. Who was the leader of opposition in Kerala Legislative Assembly during the Liberation Struggle?

Answer: P.T.Chacko

88238. ‘Vavootuyogam’ was the predecessor of?

Answer: SNDP Yogam

88239. During the Liberation Struggle (1959), the ‘Jeevasikha Jatha’ led by Mannath Padmanabhan was started from?

Answer: Angamali

88240. “If a temple perishes that much superstition will perish” who made this controversial statement?

Answer: C.Kesavan

88241. Whom Mannanth Padmanabhan once dubbed as his ‘political nephew’?

Answer: R.Sankar

88242. Vaikom Satyagraha lasted for ____months?

Answer: 20

88243. The immediate cause of the outbreak of the Liberation Struggle was the introduction of the?

Answer: Education Bill

88244. The dewan of Travancore against whom K.Ramakrishna Pillai launched vehement criticism?

Answer: P.Rajagopalachari

88245. Who married Kaliyamma under the compulsion of relatives but later discontinued married life as he had been devoted to ascetic life?

Answer: Sree Narayana Guru

88246. Which was the major site of Kerala renaissance movements, where first major protests against untouchability and casteism in Hinduism was organized?

Answer: Vaikom temple

88247. In which year Pampadi John Joseph was born?

Answer: 1887

88248. “Brahmasri Sree Narayana Guruvinte Jeevacharitha Samgraham” is written by?

Answer: Kumaranasan

88249. “Here I met a remarkable man” About whom Swami Vivekananda made this comment on hearing the clarifications on ‘Chinmudra’?

Answer: Chattampi Swamikal

88250. Sree Narayana Guru used saffron colour dress for the first time during the occassion of?

Answer: First visit to Sri Lanka
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