S. A. Ganapathy
Male, Deceased Person
1912 – 1949
Who was S. A. Ganapathy?
Malaya S.A. Ganapathy was a veteran of the communist underground resistance to Japanese occupation and postwar trade unionist in then Malaya. Ganapathy was born on 1912 Thambikkottai keelakkadu village in Thanjavur district, Tamil Nadu, S.India. His house was south eastern side to Sundaram railway station. His father's name was Arumugathevar and his mother's name Vairammal. His early days, his parents were travel to participate kumbakonam mahamaham festival. At the time his house was attacked by thunder storm, after few weeks his parents were attacked by choera both died. After lost their parents Ganapathy and his brother Sargunam moved to his relative's house in early stage. Later they moved to Singapore with his uncle and joined with his gradfather Subramania Theaver. Around age 10, he studied there. In his earlier stage, he was involved in political activities and work with Indian National Army. He returned to India around 1946 to participate in the ASIAN meeting in North India; later he attend a meeting at Robinson park,a public meet in thilagar thidal and a meeting in thambikkottai mariammankoil. He went back to his village and meet his relatives. They advised him on a marriage, but he did not accept it, and told them I never return back to India. His health was affected by piles, and he returned back to Malaya. He was clean his body at waterfall, rawang; at the moment police encircled him and arrest by an information of his barber at Malaya. He was residing at 119, Anson road, Singapore, with his cousin vaithiligam kanapathi.According from the information of his close relative Mr.Narayanaswamy ADMK;the father of modern Singapore Mr.Lee kuan yu was worked with Mr.Ganapathi in early days.
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