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Sri Jayanthi Lakshminarayana garu, who was fondly remembered as Professor Lakshminarayana garu, was born on 3rd December 1909 at Mogalikuduru in East Godavari District to Sri Lakshmi Narsimha Sastry and Smt Sooramma. After loss of his mother at the age of two he was brought up by his grandmother Sripada Venkammagaru and his education was sponsored by his granduncle Sridhara Sidhantigaru, a famous astrologer who prophesied the bright future of the young boy. Jayanthi Lakshimenarayana garu attended a school in Sivakodu, in Razole Taluka, East Godavari District. Being a bright student, he passed his matriculation in flying colours. He continued his education in P.R. College, Kakinada where he studied Intermediate and thereafter in Rajamundry for his B.A. in Physics from the Andhra University. He graduated with Sambayya Gold Medal in Physics from Andhra University. He then migrated to Madras to pursue his post graduation. He completed M.A. in Physics from Madras Christian College with distinction. He started his career in teaching in Madrasc Christian College as Laboratory Attendant for one year. He then switched over to Pachayappas College in Madras for one year, while at the same time pursuing home tuitions and working part time lecturer in Minerva Tutorial College teaching Physics. In 1952, he started his own Tutorial College named Jayanthi Tutorial College and by shear hard work and popularity gained from his students the venture grew into a most sought-after college for students from outside Madras too. Many of his students in their later life became engineers, doctors, professionals and occupied high positions in the society. Even to this day they pay their respects to their chief mentor. Even his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren were benefitted by his tutoring and are all spread over the four quarters of the globe occupying leading positions. Smt Jayanthi Satyavathi, wife of Sri Jayanthi Lakshminarayangaru, was born in Achanta / Penumanchili, West Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh on 1st May 1912 to Sri Hari Subba Rao and Smt Hari Narsamma. She was married to Sri Lakshminaraynagaru at the age of 12 and remained a faithful wife throughout her life. Though she dropped out of School after marriage, her knowledge of current affairs was impressive and had personally supervised the education of her children. She had been a great assistant to her husband when he had to write notes or make question papers and other academic errands. Passionate music lover, she spent her spare time listening to classical music and encouraged her daughter to learn music.
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