My father had three sisters and one brother. We had requested their children/grandchildren to write articles or anecdotes. It is a matter of happiness that articles have been received from the families of all his siblings. From the lineage of his eldest sister Mrs. Singaravalli Seshadri, there are articles from Narasimhan (Kannan) and Santhanam (not counting Amritha who figures among the children and their spouses). In addition, I have taken relevant excerpts from Kausalya Santhanam's article for which she had interviewed my father. From the lineage of his second sister, Mrs. Rajalaksmi Krishnaswami, Srinivasan (Ramu anna) has written an article. My father's third sister Mrs. Rukmani Chakrapani's son Srinivasan (Kannan) has written about him. My father's brother Raghavan's daughter Mrs. Usha Raghavachari has written two poems in Tamil and Raghavan's granddaughter Mrs. Sudha Mukundan has written an article after talking to all the members of that family.

Please click on the links in Table below to read the articles

S.Parthasarathy

Srinivasan Mama, as I knew him by K.Srinivasan (Ramu anna)

Chakrapani Srinivasan on Chakravarthi Srinivasan

My Homage (Two poems in Tamil) by Usha Raghavachari

A Tribute To The Grand Old Man Of Andhaam From Indhaam by Sudha Mukundan

25, Vedachala Gardens, a veritable Vedanthagal by R.Narasimhan (Kannan)

Periya Mama - A Man of Compassion and Dignity by R.Santhanam

Excerpts from As The Shadows Lengthen by Kausalya Santhanam


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