Saraswathi Vidya Peeth Founder and Senior RSS Pracharak Shri S.L.N.Acharyulu passes away

via Samachar Bharathi, Andhra Pradesh published on November 17, 2007

Shri S.L.N.Acharyulu who worked as R.S.S.Pracharak and who established Saraswathi
Vidya Peeth in Andhra Pradesh being affiliated to Vidya Bharathi having All India Status passed away on
14-11-2007 night at 01-45 Hrs. He was founder member of Vidya Peeth and extended its activities throughout the state.

Born in Bhadrachalam, after completion of education he started his career as Government school teacher and worked in schools of Burgampahad, Burada Raghavapuram and Kamepalli. Being inspired by reading of Jagruthi weekly he went on working as R.S.S.functionary in various capacities throughout his life.

After completion of 3rd Siksha Varg at Nagpur in 1959, he started as Sangh Pracharak right from there. Initially he worked as Khammam District Pracharak with Kothagudem as center. While working as Adilabad District Pracharak from 1962, he Started Shri Saraswathi Sishu Mandir in a temple called chariots’ temple in Nirmal town. In the year 1973 under the president ship of Shri Ram Niranjan Pandeyji, he started Shri Saraswathi Vidya Peeth as associate of Vidya Bharathi as organizing minister.Since that day in Andhra Pradesh, he made enormous contribution in the spread of Saraswathi Sishu Mandirs and made a deep impact in the field of education.

Presently there are 450 Schools working under the aegis of Saraswathe Vidya Peeth. Lakshs of students are learning Indian culture along with their formal education. During 1983 Sarada Dhamam was established as center of Vidya Peeth and as teachers’ training center. Since 1983, teachers’ training has been going on there only. Today State level Vidya Peeth functionaries and Head Masters of various Schools having obtained training from his spirited leadership are giving invaluable service in the field of education. Shri S.L.N.Acharyuluji worked as organizing minister of Vidya Bharathi for the
states of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa for some years. He also worked as State Boudhik Pramukh of R.S.S. for some time.

Shri S.L.N.Acharyulu was indeed a Karma Yogi who at advanced age of 75 years undertook continuous tour for the spread of the noble work. He had been undertaking continuous tours despite paralytic stroke, which he was suffering for the last few years. Some time back he had an attack of brain hemorrhage. Having made a small recovery from it, 2 days back while working he was admitted in N.I.M.S. Hospital, Hyderabad. On 14-11-07 midnight 01-45 hrs., he breathed his last with the above ailment. He is survived by one elder sister and younger brother.

Himself as an example he went on building number of teachers, he dedicated his life in the service of Bharat Mata and was truly a Karma Yogi. Having acquired prominence as Saraswathi Vidya Peeth Acharya, he made a niche for himself in the field of education in Andhra Pradesh.

A condolence meeting was held in the premises of Sarada Dhamam, Hyderabad in the afternoon of 15-11-07. Shri Narendrajit Rawatji, All India General Secretary of Vidya Bharathi attended the meeting and recalled the services rendered by Shri S.L.N.Acharyuluji with gratitude and prayed that his soul may rest in peace. Others who took part in the meeting and expressed and shared similar views were Justice Parvata Rao Garu, State Sanghchalak of R.S.S., and other important functionaries of Sangh Shri Deshmukhji, Shri Haldekarji, and Shri Paka Raja Mouli, General Secretary Saraswathi Vidya Peeth, Andhra Pradesh. Number of functionaries from Saraswathi Vidya Peeth and R.S.S. and other related Organizations participated in the condolence meeting and offered floral tributes to late Shri S.L.N.Acharya.

On 15-11-07 at 02.00 P.M. Shri S.L.N.Acharyulu’s last rites were performed at Bapu Ghat near Langar House, Hyderabad. We all pray that his soul may rest in peace.

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