Move to capture Chattambi Swamikal Theerthapada Mandam as well

via HK published on December 21, 2007

Thiruvananthapuram: As the first step to capture Sri Padmanabha Swami Temple, Kerala Government decided to take control over Theerthapada Mandam which include Chattambi Swamikal memorial as well.

The 65 cent land near Kizhakkae Kotta near to Sri Padmanabha Swami Temple was
sold by Achutha Menon Ministry in 1976 to Vidhyadhiraja Sabha for Chattambi Swamikal Memorial.

In 1978 Chattampi Swamikal Memorial Temple and Theerthapada Mandam was inaugurated under the presence of Swami Ranganathananda and Swami Chinmayananda.

This move to capture the land sold to a Hindu Trust is nothing but part of the well planned strategy to annihilate Hindus from Kerala and for that they have targeted the district with a 67% of Hindu Population.

Near Kawadiyar Palace Salvation Army got 100 Acre, 200 Acre near Peroorkada under the name Concordia Compound, 95 Acres near All Saints College and 75 Acres near Palayam for Latin Catholics have been issued by Government at various time for Missionary activities.

The present moves to topple the sanctity of Sri Padmanabha Swami Temple and Chattambi Swamikal Memorial is under the guidance of Temple Executive Officer a Crypto Christian Sasidharan Nair.

This officer has accepted Christianity during the time of his Marriage and is now overlooking the destruction of Chattambi Swamikal’s sole Memorial in the District.

Chattambi Swamikal the great son of Kerala along with Sree Narayana Guru fought ferociously against Christian Conversions which was then widespread in South Kerala. Swamiji’s one of the greatest Masterpiece ‘Chrithumathachedanam’ is still considered as the authoritative book which exposed Church and Bible.

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