C. V. Kumaraswami Sastri
Diwan Bahadur Sir Calamur Viravalli Kumaraswami Sastri (29 July 1870-1934) was an Indian lawyer and Sanskrit scholar who served as a judge of the Madras High Court. His brother-in-law was Sir C. P. Ramaswami Iyer.
Early life 
Kumaraswami Sastri was born in Madras on 29 July 1870 to C. V. Sundara Sastri. Kumaraswami Sastri's grandfather was C. V. Runganada Sastri, polyglot and one of the first Indians to serve in the Madras Legislative Council. He was the eldest son of Sundara Sastri who also had three other sons and a daughter, Seethammal, who married Sir C. P. Ramaswami Iyer.
Sastri started his career as a lawyer of the Madras High Court in 1894. After serving as a lawyer, Sastri eventually became Judge of the Madras Small Causes Court. He was awarded the "Diwan Bahadur" title while serving as the District Judge of Berhampur in 1911.
Sastri died in 1934.
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