About Us

Sardar Chandroth Memorial Trust is a voluntary organization in the forefront of social service in Kerala. It was formed in 1999 to immortalize the name of great patriot Sardar Chandroth Kunhiraman Nair through multifarious activities aimed at attaining desirable social changes. The Trust has a work force of three thousand members devoted to socio-cultural activities and leading to the affirmation of the eternal values of our country.

A short Profile

Sardar Chandroth Kunhiraman Nair was born at Thalasserry on 5th June 1900. He served in the British Army for ten years and received the title of 'Sardar' for his excellent services during the First World War. As a protest against the hanging of Bhagath Singh, he resigned from the army and joined the Congress. While addressing a public meeting at Thalasserry beach on 4th February 1932 he was arrested and brutally beaten by the police. After four months of imprisonment he was released from jail. He led a procession to Calicut and was again sentenced for six months imprisonment. He raised a fund for the Harijan- Welfare and handed over to Gaandhiji. During the function Gandhiji very affectionately addressed him 'Sardar'. He later adorned the post of the president of Kottayam Taluk Congress Committee, President of North Malabar district Congress Committee, KPCC Member and captain of Kerala Pradesh Sevadal. With the other Congress leaders he led the famous 'Pattini Jatha' from Kannur to Madras across Kanchipuram and was again arrested. Later he joined the Communist Party. From 1939 he was held as a detinue. When released in 1945 he returned to congress party. He passed away in December 1964.

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