PK. Gopalan Nair

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PK. Gopalan Nair

Death: circa 1959
Immediate Family:

Son of G Nanu Pillai and Parvati Amma
Husband of B. Sumati Amma
Father of G. Parameshwaran Nair; Suseela Amma S.; G. Gopinathan Nair; Private User; G. Somasekharan Nair and 1 other

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About PK. Gopalan Nair

A teetotaller

He was the only child of his parents. His mother was from the Pulinthanathu family of Ayathil, Kollam district, Keralam. He was a gradute degree holder but never took up any job. He was blessed with a sense of humour . He used to play with his children cards and took his children to cinemas and "Kathakalis". In those days the elders were serious with the children and kept a distance with them. He held alienable rights over a lot of landed properties [wet and dry land] in Thodiyoor, Mynagappally, Thevalakkara, Kottarakkara, Ayathil, Ashramom, and shop at Chaamakkada, Kollam, and he was managing the properties. He was a social activist and helped youngsters of his place in schooling. He was the owner and manager of "Kuttivila Lower Primary School" of Mynagapplly. But later for the welfare of the teachers he surrendered the school building with two acres of land to the Government free of cost.

His dress was full sleeved and cuffed shirt, Mundu and Neriyathu.

He was the first president of the Thodiyoor panchayat. He read a lot and had a collection of good quality books in Malayalam, Sanskrit and English.

He passed away at the age of 60 years. He was diabetic and had enlargement of the heart and prostrate. He could not with stand the shock of an operation. He was taken from Medical College Hospital, Trivandum to Kattoor Karunagappally where he breathed his last. He was cremated in the Kattoor compound.