A. Chidambaranatha Nadar

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A. Chidambaranatha Nadar was an Indian politician and five times Member of the Legislative Assembly. He was elected twice to Travancore-Cochin assembly and three times to Madras State assembly. He was a cabinet minister for Travancore-Cochin during 1952–53.

He was elected to Travancore-Cochin assembly from Eraniel constituency as a Tamil Nadu Congress candidate in 1952 election. Eraniel was a two member constituency and the other winner was A. K. Chelliah from the same party.[1] In the A. J. John, Anaparambil cabinet, he served as minister of Land revenue and Forests. [2]

He was again elected to Travancore-Cochin assembly from Neendakara constituency as a Tamil Nadu Congress candidate in 1952 election.[3] He was elected to Madras State assembly from Nagercoil constituency in 1957 and 1962 elections as an Indian National Congress candidate.[4][5] He was elected from Colachel constituency in 1967 election.[6]

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