Guru Nitya Chaitanya Yati was a philosopher, psychologist, author and poet. He was an exponent of Advaita Vedanta and the successor of Nataraja Guru, who was in turn the successor of Narayana Guru. He was the founder chairperson of East-West University of Brahmavidya. He also sponsored the concept of One world Citizenship.
Guru Nitya succeeded Nataraja Guru as head of the Narayana Gurukulam, a worldwide contemplative community, after a long apprenticeship.
Guru Nitya published over 120 books in Malayalam and 80 books in English, as well as countless articles on philosophy, psychology, social ethics and aesthetics. He also functioned as the chairperson of to the East-West University, as the commissioner for World Education and as a committed sponsor of the World Government of World Citizens. He attained his Mahasamadhi on May 14, 1999 and his legacy of love and wisdom continues through his writings, teachings and disciples.
Born on 18 February 1895 as the son of Bhagavathi and Dr. Plapu, a close associate of Narayana Guru. After post graduation he became the discipline of Narayana Guru. Narayana Guru made him the Head Master of English School at Varkala founded by Narayana Guru for the propagation of modern languages in Kerala. Narayana Guru send him abroard for higher studies and he obtained doctors of letters from sirbone University, Paris. He travelled far and wide all over the world advocating for one world. After coming back, he started Brahmavidya Mandir at Sivagiri. He also started Narayana Gurukula Movement. Nataraja Guru wrote on a variety of subjects, employing throughtout a protolinguistic or structural approach. He conducted second various peace conference at Naryana Gurukula, Ezhimala, Kannur in the year 1980. Nataraja Guru attained Mahasamadhi on 19 March 1973.
Nataraja Guru's Main works:-
The word of Guru:
Fear is created from another person or another matter. We are not afraid of our selves. Then, to create fear, something different from us should be there. That other thing is called "the second one" so, the other thing is the reason for fear. If we only are there, whom should we fear ? That is called non duality.