Soolapani Warrier passes away

via - ENS published on September 25, 2008

MALAPPURAM: Edappal T V Soolapani Warrier, the astrologer who took the glory of science to higher esteem passed away at his residence at Thalamunda at Edappal on Tuesday evening.

He was 93.

For the past three months, Soolapani Warrier had been undergoing treatment for various oldage diseases. People from various walks of life arrived at the residence of Warrier hearing about his demise.

Born as the son of Valiyakunnath Soolapani Warrier and Variyath Ittichiri near Valanchery in Malappuram, Soolapani Warrier’s proficiency in Sanskrit language and the close association with celebrated poets like Akkitham, Idassery, Vailoppilli Sreedharamenon, Uroob and Balamaniyamma had brought him recognition aplenty among the Keralites.

The dedication of the acclaimed astrologer in practicing his profession as a mission had made him popular among various strata of society. His devotion to the work bothering least on the reward had made him a distinguished character in the world of astrology.

He had also been conferred with many accolades for his eminence in the field. The Ministry of Human Resources Development, Jyothisha Parishath and Devaswom Board had bestowed him with honours. ‘Daivajna’ and ‘Devasree’ awards were some of such accolades conferred on him.

Warrier had also conducted ‘Devaparsnam’ in Sabarimala, Kadampuzha, Chottanikkara and Kozhikode Tali temples. Temples outside Kerala had also benefited from the expertise of Warrier.

He is survived by wife Kothachiravariyath Ammini, sons T V Govindan, T V Subrahmanyan, T V Soolapani and T V Chandrashekharan.

Thankam, Kasthuri Bhai, Ramani and Geetha are his daughters-in law . The creamation will be held on Wednesday at 11 a.m.

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