RSS Senior leader Suryanarayana Rao passed away

Shri K Suryanarayana Rao, Senior RSS leader and a stalwart for the growth of Sangh in Tamilnadu passed away today at Bengaluru.  He was ailing for some-time and was admitted in hospital, where he breathed lastly.

Shri. K. Suryanarayana Rao was born on 20th August 1924, at Mysore. He joined as a Swayamsevak of R.S.S  in 1942 at Bangalore. After completing B.Sc. (hons) in mathematics he became a fulltime Pracharak of R.S.S in the year 1946. He toured all-over Karnataka with various responsibilities.
He was entrusted with the responsibility of organizing the first Karnataka State Vishwa Hindu Parishad at Udipi during December 1969 under the guidance of Shri Guruji, the historical resolution banishing the pernicious practice of untouchability from the Hindu society was passed unanimously approved by all the Dharmachryas of various Sampradayas of our country.
In 1970 October, Shri Guru ji asked him to work in Southern Bharat with Chennai (then Madras) as his headquarters. He was Prantha Pracharak of TamilNadu from 1971 to 1984 and then he was Kshetra Pracharak, comprising Andhra, Tamilnadu, Kerala and Karnataka upto 1990. Subsequently he was assigned the responsibility as Akhila Bharathiya Seva Pramukh.
With this assignment for 10 years he extensively toured all parts of Bharath for the development of Seva Projects and also some overseas countries like America, Trinidad, Canada, England, Germany, Holland, Norway, East Africa, Kenya, Malaysia, Singapore and Nepal to consolidate the Hindu activities there.
Later he was a member of the Akhila Bharathiya Karyakari Mandal and had the responsibility of looking after Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Vanavasi Kalyana Ashram, National Medico’s Organization – Arogya Bharathi, Seva international and Samskri Bharathi.
Of late, he stayed in Chennai and visited several places as and when he is invited to the various programmes.

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  1. विनम्र अभिवादन ।

  2. भावपूर्ण श्रद्धांजली

  3. विनम्र श्रधान्जली

  4. विनम्र श्रद्धांजलि

  5. विनम्र श्रद्धांजलि

  6. Great man. So selfless! I cannot forget you sir. Salute

  7. My humble pranaams to the great soul!Suruji was an easily accessible and down-to-earth person, a typical swayamsevak, having rendered almost 70 years of selfless service to mankind! Even though he was confined to the wheel-chair in the last few years,he used to attend all the public meetings of the Sangh and was a source of inspiration to many people, particularly young swayamsevaks. Those who have known him will miss him!

  8. A true karmayogi indeed.
    He was a source of inspiration to many.
    Respectful pranams !

  9. I am proud to proclaim from rooftops that I am one amongst the many more swayamsevaks he moulded during his tenure from 1971 in Tamilnadu. I cannot express so many things even though I feel them from my heart.My humble Sadgathi Pranaams to this noble manmaker.