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    htmlentities(Sri Renduchintala Krishna Murthy was born in Machilipatnam to Sundaramma and R. Lakshmayya in 1930. He was the eldest of the nine children. Krishna Murthy completed his initial schooling in Eluru, Rajahmundry and attended Hindu College in Machilipatnam. After his post graduate studies at Andhra University, Visakhapatnam he began his career at PR College, Kakinada as a lecture, with per excellence, in Commerce at the young and humble age of 21. He worked nearly 40years with the Government of Andhra Pradesh in the Education Department, climbing up the ladder as a passionate teacher and as an able administrator. He was dearly referred to as RKM garu by his colleagues! He was instrumental in starting the distance education department and worked on deputation as a founder Director of Distance of Higher Education in higher studies at both SV University and OSmanina University for over eight years, finally retiring as the Joint Director of Higher Education. He was married to Kamala Devi (Rachakonda) on Feburary18, 1953. They had three sons and two daughters who he brought up along with his devout wife imbibing culture, spiritual awareness and good education. He would refer to his seven grandchildren as the seven diamonds in his life and encouraged then to do their very best in their respective fields they passionately wanted to pursue. He was a strict disciplinarian, while his focus was on following the dharma, teaching philosophy, pass on his wisdom and caring towards the family! He treated everyone with utmost pure affection. He encouraged and supported the education of members from the extended family even with his simple earnings! His beliefs and principles as a guiding light had inspired many from the family, extended family friends to become Engineers, Mathematics and Accountants. Krishna Murthy enjoyed the best culinary cuisine and ensured that anyone that came home would enjoy the sumptuous food made with devotion by his wife Kamala! Krishna Murthys devotion to his teachers and professors was unparalleled, he always reverentially kept in touch with them even at the age of 80. As Prof. VV. Ramanatham, his mentor and guru said, he had seen may students who produced remarkable academic work, but none that both excelled and had guru bhakti like him. Eve at the age of 82, he had a remarkable memory and always had encouraged to write a journal to document once thoughts on life. He left for his heavenly abode on August24, 2012 leaving the near and dear with a wealth of knowledge with his beautiful notes from his dairies on a wide range of topics including thoughts on Cooking, the Economy, Modern Medicine, Sports and spirituality! Krishna Murthy was one of the first few supporters of Veda Vyasa Vignana Varadhi and its mission from early days and attended most of the award ceremony functions and marveled at the hard work and success of the meritorious students. His dear children call this silent teacher affectionately as Nanna Garu and in their humble effort to perpetuate his memory have started his Endowment in his honour! Members of the family who have contributed for endowment 1)Sri Ravindranadh Renduchintala 2)Sri sunderLakshman renduchintala 3)Smt Parige sundari Lakshmi 4)Smt Gosala padma 5) Smt R Kamaladevi Beneficiaries of Endowment : 1. Sri Sripada Pavan Kumar received support from 2011-2017 from 9th Class till completion of his Studies of Chartered Accountancy and Company Secretaries . The boy had a distincition of securing all india rank at CA PPT level and CS final examinations . As a gesture of getting support under the endowment he has donated Rs. 40,000/- to the corpus in the year 2018-19 and promises to do many more in future. 2. Kum. U N R R Sai Roja received support from 2016 onwards, She is doing her medicine and continues to get the support till she completes the course. )

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