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Career and Learnings


  • 1992– Joined as Lecturer in Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya Arts and Science College.
  • 1987– 1992 Research fellowship in Kerala University for Ph.D.
  • 1985-1987 Pursued M.Phil in South Travancore Hindu college, Nagercovil.
  • 1987 – Postgraduate Diploma in Linguistics.
  • 1983-1985 Pursued M.A in South Travancore Hindu College, Nagercovil.
  • 1980-1983 – B.A in Pioneer Kumaraswamy college, Nagercovil.
  • 1973-1980 S.L.B Higher Secondary School, Nagercovil.
  • 1968-1973 D.V.D Higher Secondary School, Nagercovil.
  • 1967– 1968 Primary Education, Vadiveeswaram.

Arts Learnt from Guru

The arts learned from his Gurus are in his practice till date. Some of these arts have given a new life to many. The arts he has learnt from the Aasaans are as listed below:

  • Varmakalai
  1. Kalari Payittru an artform to attack enemy.
  2. Medical Varmology an artform to cure disease.
  • Vaithiyam
      1. Varma vaithiyam
      2. Tamil Vaithiyam
      3. Ayurveda Medicine
      4. Kaani Vaithiyam
      5. Thanthra Medicine
  • Naadi Saasthiram
      1. Varma Naadi
      2. Disease diagnostic Naadi
  • Thoni Shastra
      1. Sanskrit Thoni shastra
      2. Tamizh Thoni Shastra
      3. Vaithiya Thoni Shastra
      4. Kulandai Thoni Shastra
  • Koova Shastra
      1. Knowledge about water bodies
  • Jothida Shastra
      1. Astronomy
      2. Prasanna Jothidam
      3. Aaruda Jothidam
      4. Thoni Jothidam
      5. Naadi Jothidam
  • Kai Regai Jothidam
      1. Regai Shastra
      2. Graha Shastra
  • Vaasthu Shastra
      1. Learning about earth’s energy.
      2. Learnings on building design and layout.
  • Anga shastra
      1. Learnings on Body features and Gunam Aridhal
      2. Learnings on Body features for diagnostic of disease
  • Nimitta Shastra
      1. Study on the relation between the energy and nimitta
  • Patchi Shastra
      1. Recognizing the meaning of the Bird sounds.
      2. Pancha patchi Shastra- Relation with human body.
  • Mooligai Shastra
      1. Study about the medicinal plants (individual characteristics and characteristics when combined with other medicinal plants).
      2. The study of identifying and locating the medicinal plants
      3. Separating male and female medicinal plants
      4. Combining the medicinal plants to form the source material for medicine.
      5. Mooligai saaba nivarthi and many more.
  • Virutcha Shastra
  • Kalari
      1. Northern style and southern style.
      2. Nilayangam
      3. Piriyangam
      4. Mariyangam
      5. Vettangam
      6. Thullangam
      7. Ethiri Murai
      8. Mundaa murai
      9. Kurunthadi siramam
      10. Nedunthadi
      11. Vaal murai
      12. Beeman, Anuman, Vaali vazhi
      13. Pootum pirivum
      14. Thattum ozhivum
      15. Vettum Pirivum
      16. Perukkachuvadu
      17. Anjettu perukkam
      18. Naalettuperukkam
      19. Angam 64
      20. Nadasaari
      21. Savvarikkattu and many
  • Thantra Shastra
      1. thatchana shastra
      2. Ottiya shastra
      3. Salliya shastra and many such
  • Mantra shastra
      1. Dhyana Mantra
      2. Moola mantra
      3. Maalaa mantra
      4. Kalkkaa mantra
      5. Bala Mantra
      6. Navachari mantra
      7. Panchathasi mantra
      8. Sodasi mantra
      9. Mahaa sodasi mantra
      10. Atta mantra
      11. Dasa maha mantra
      12. Kuliyal mantra
      13. Unnal mantra
  • Enthra shastra
      1. Learnt the 247 enthras from the gurukula teachings which include shastras that let a human live or die, shastras that cure diseases and many such
  • Mudra shastra
      1. A practice to combine the energy of our body with the energy of the universe which includes adrava veda mudras, saiva anushtana mudras, veda prathishta mudras, ega mudras, pancha mudras and many. Advised to practice after knowing the benefits.
  • Prathishtai Shastra
      1. Enthira prathishtai
      2. Aruvagai Prathishtai
      3. Punar prathishtai
  • Ashtakarma shastra
      1. It includes eight kind of thanthra techniques which are used in daily life.
  • Niyasa shastra
      1. Cleansing. Cleansing of earth, fingers, body, place etc. each has its own rules.
  • Theetchai shastra
      1. Sacramenting.From Susatheetcha – mantra theetcha to thiruvadi theetcha each has its own shastra.
  • Yoga Shastra
      1. Appiyasa yogam
      2. bathirasanam to sarvangasanam ( many are not in my practice)
  • Ashtanga yogam
      1. Practiced yogams like anima knowing their varma points.
      2. Learnt and practiced 127 yogam types. Ajaba yogam, yoga nithirai, samagi mudra and such
  • Kriya Shastra
      1. Agapadi nilai nittral.
      2. Chitra naadi kirya
      3. Kuruunaadi kriya
      4. Auzhumunai Naadi kriya
      5. Kaalinga narthana kriya
      6. Savasaathana kriya
      7. Kesari, sambhavi and many
  • Tharga shastra – 32 principles- helps to understands the subject of the book
      1. Kautilya’s arthashastra
      2. Bogar thargam
      3. Ramadevar thargam
      4. Agathiyar thargam and many such thargas helps in understanding the meaning of the book. For example, the word ‘Mangai’ doest not mean a woman. It means ‘Kadhali pazham’ (a type of banana). We can understand this only with the help od tharga sahstra.
  • Brahmana shastra
      1. To understand the Indian and European metrology, understanding of this shastra is required.
  • Urai utthigal
      1. to understand and learn the subject clearly, this 32 techniques are required.
  • Sirpa shastra
      1. Learnt briefly about the shastra from Subramaniya Aasari, grandson of Mr. subramania Aasari, Chottaram, Kanyakumari.
  • Isai Shastra
      1. Learnt a little from my seventh grade Tamil teacher Mrs Latchumi ammayar,vadiweesvaram.
  • Veda Shastra
      1. A brief practice in vedas and Upanishads.

Learnt about the principles of advaitha, thuvaitha and sidhanthas.

  • Miraikavai Shastras
    1. These techniques were practiced during the 8 th century and can be seen in the tamil poems written in that period. They used a indirect way to communicate the messages. Knowing the shastras helps to understand the meaning of the poems.
  • Kaama shastra
    1. Adhiveerarama pandiayan and vatsayana’s kamashastra are a compilation of enthira, thantra, mantra, medicinal, varmam and mukthi.
  • Agni kothiram
    1. Learnt and practiced on Nithya homam, yagam and velvis
  • Paana viththai
    1. pancha paanam.
  • Asthiraviththai
    1. have knowledge and practice on nagasthira, brahmasthira, shivasthira, kandipasthiram. They are related to varma energy.
  • Karuda panchatchara viththai
    1. A technique to make antidote using energy of pancha boothas.
  • Ilavana panchatchara viththai
    1. Controlling the disease by using the pancha boothas
  • Gundoosi Viththai
    1. It is related to varma energy.

The practice of these shastras are continuing till date in my life with the memories of my gurus and learning the techniques from them etched in my memory.