Rahul Easwar

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Rahul Easwar
Rahul Easwar
Rahul Easwar
Born Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
Nationality Indian
Alma mater London School of Economics
Occupation Social Activist, Orator, Philosopher

Rahul Easwar (Rahul Easwaran Nampoothiri) is an author & activist from Kerala, India.[1]

He has been a participant on National News discussions about socio-cultural & political issues as a commentator & philosophy researcher.[2] He supports the concept of casteless priests & rights of everyone with sufficient knowledge and experience about the tantric rites do pooja.[3] He also campaigned for the rights of Tribals in Sabarimala & was arrested.[4] Rahul Easwar won in celebrity run of Kochi Half Marathon.[5] He is the winner of the Kerala version of Bigg Boss programme Malayalee House. [6]

Personal life[edit]

Easwar is the grandson of the Supreme Priest of Sabarimala Thazhamon Madom Kantararu Maheshwararu. Rahul Easwar is the son of Late Easwaran Namboothiri & Mallika Namboothiri.

Controversies[edit]

Easwar was the person who defended Mata Amritanandamayi & Travancore Royal Family when controversies regarding them turned up. He takes part actively in cases regarding philosophical & socio-cultural issues.

Rahul is criticized by public for getting intimate with Rosin Jolly in the reality show Malayalee House.[7] However they responded by saying theirs is a 'special friendship' & was hyped up.[8][9]


References[edit]

External links[edit]