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Shanti Devi (11 December 1926 – 27 December 1987) was born in Delhi , India . [1] As a little girl in the 1930s she began to claim to remember details of a past life. The case was brought to the attention of Mahatma Gandhi who set up a commission to investigate; a report was published in 1936. [2] Two further reports were written at the time. The report by Bal Chand Nahata was published as a Hindi booklet by the name Punarjanma Ki Paryalochana. In this, he stated that “‘Whatever material that has come before us, does not warrant us to conclude that Shanti Devi has ‘former life recollections or that this case proves reincarnation”. [3] This argument was disputed by Indra Sen in an article later. [4] A further report, based on interviews conducted in 1936, was published in 1952. [5] Later in life Shanti Devi was interviewed again, and a Swedish author who had visited her twice published a book about the case in 1994; the English translation appeared in 1998. [6]

Contents

  • 1 Reincarnation
  • 2 Personal life
  • 3 See also
  • 4 References

Reincarnation[ edit ]

According to these accounts, when she was about four years old, she told her parents that her real home was in Mathura where her husband lived, about 145 km from her home in Delhi. Discouraged by her parents, she ran away from home at age six, trying to reach Mathura. Back home, she stated in school that she was married and had died ten days after having given birth to a child. Interviewed by her teacher and headmaster, she used words from the Mathura dialect and divulged the name of her merchant husband, “Kedar Nath”. The headmaster located a merchant by that name in Mathura who had lost his wife, Lugdi Devi, nine years earlier, ten days after having given birth to a son. Kedar Nath traveled to Delhi, pretending to be his own brother, but Shanti Devi immediately recognized him and Lugdi Devi’s son. As she knew several details of Kedar Nath’s life with his wife, he was soon convinced that Shanti Devi was indeed the reincarnation of Lugdi Devi. When Mahatma Gandhi heard about the case, he met the child and set up a commission to investigate. The commission traveled with Shanti Devi to Mathura, arriving on 15 November 1935. There she recognized several family members, including the grandfather of Lugdi Devi. She found out that Kedar Nath had neglected to keep a number of promises he had made to Lugdi Devi on her deathbed. She then traveled home with her parents. The commission’s report concluded that Shanti Devi was indeed the reincarnation of Lugdi Devi. [2]

Personal life[ edit ]

Shanti Devi did not marry. She told her story again at the end of the 1950s, and once more in 1986 when she was interviewed by Ian Stevenson and K.S. Rawat. In this interview she also related her near death experiences when Lugdi Devi died. [1] K.S. Rawat continued his investigations in 1987, and the last interview took place only four days before her death on 27 December 1987. [7]

See also[ edit ]

  • Reincarnation research

References[ edit ]

  1. ^ a b K. S. Rawat, T. Rivas (July 2005), “The Life Beyond: Through the eyes of Children who Claim to Remember Previous Lives” , The Journal of Religion and Psychical Research, 28 (3): 126–136, archived from the original on 2012-05-25

  2. ^ a b L. D. Gupta, N. R. Sharma, T. C. Mathur, An Inquiry into the Case of Shanti Devi, International Aryan League, Delhi, 1936
  3. ^ Nahata, Bal Chand. Punarjanma Ki Paryyalochana. Calcutta: Buddiwadi Songh. (Undated.)
  4. ^ Sen, Indra. “Shantidevi Further Investigated”. Proceedings of the India Philosophical Congress. 1938
  5. ^ Bose, Suskil C. A Case of Reincarnation, Calcutta: Satsang, 1952
  6. ^ Sture Lönnerstrand, Shanti Devi: En berättelse om reinkarnation. Stockholm 1994. English translation: I Have Lived Before: The True Story of the Reincarnation of Shanti Devi, Ozark Mountain Publishing, 1998. ISBN   1-886940-03-7
  7. ^ “After Life Death: fact or Fiction”. Sunday Post ( Kathmandu Post ). 14 April 2002.
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      For the schooner formerly owned by Axel Jensen, see S/Y Shanti Devi .

      Shanti Devi (11 December 1926 – 27 December 1987) was born in Delhi , India . [1] As a little girl in the 1930s she began to claim to remember details of a past life. The case was brought to the attention of Mahatma Gandhi who set up a commission to investigate; a report was published in 1936. [2] Two further reports were written at the time. The report by Bal Chand Nahata was published as a Hindi booklet by the name Punarjanma Ki Paryalochana. In this, he stated that “‘Whatever material that has come before us, does not warrant us to conclude that Shanti Devi has ‘former life recollections or that this case proves reincarnation”. [3] This argument was disputed by Indra Sen in an article later. [4] A further report, based on interviews conducted in 1936, was published in 1952. [5] Later in life Shanti Devi was interviewed again, and a Swedish author who had visited her twice published a book about the case in 1994; the English translation appeared in 1998. [6]

      Contents

      • 1 Reincarnation
      • 2 Personal life
      • 3 See also
      • 4 References

      Reincarnation[ edit ]

      According to these accounts, when she was about four years old, she told her parents that her real home was in Mathura where her husband lived, about 145 km from her home in Delhi. Discouraged by her parents, she ran away from home at age six, trying to reach Mathura. Back home, she stated in school that she was married and had died ten days after having given birth to a child. Interviewed by her teacher and headmaster, she used words from the Mathura dialect and divulged the name of her merchant husband, “Kedar Nath”. The headmaster located a merchant by that name in Mathura who had lost his wife, Lugdi Devi, nine years earlier, ten days after having given birth to a son. Kedar Nath traveled to Delhi, pretending to be his own brother, but Shanti Devi immediately recognized him and Lugdi Devi’s son. As she knew several details of Kedar Nath’s life with his wife, he was soon convinced that Shanti Devi was indeed the reincarnation of Lugdi Devi. When Mahatma Gandhi heard about the case, he met the child and set up a commission to investigate. The commission traveled with Shanti Devi to Mathura, arriving on 15 November 1935. There she recognized several family members, including the grandfather of Lugdi Devi. She found out that Kedar Nath had neglected to keep a number of promises he had made to Lugdi Devi on her deathbed. She then traveled home with her parents. The commission’s report concluded that Shanti Devi was indeed the reincarnation of Lugdi Devi. [2]

      Personal life[ edit ]

      Shanti Devi did not marry. She told her story again at the end of the 1950s, and once more in 1986 when she was interviewed by Ian Stevenson and K.S. Rawat. In this interview she also related her near death experiences when Lugdi Devi died. [1] K.S. Rawat continued his investigations in 1987, and the last interview took place only four days before her death on 27 December 1987. [7]

      See also[ edit ]

      • Reincarnation research

      References[ edit ]

      1. ^ a b K. S. Rawat, T. Rivas (July 2005), “The Life Beyond: Through the eyes of Children who Claim to Remember Previous Lives” , The Journal of Religion and Psychical Research, 28 (3): 126–136, archived from the original on 2012-05-25

      2. ^ a b L. D. Gupta, N. R. Sharma, T. C. Mathur, An Inquiry into the Case of Shanti Devi, International Aryan League, Delhi, 1936
      3. ^ Nahata, Bal Chand. Punarjanma Ki Paryyalochana. Calcutta: Buddiwadi Songh. (Undated.)
      4. ^ Sen, Indra. “Shantidevi Further Investigated”. Proceedings of the India Philosophical Congress. 1938
      5. ^ Bose, Suskil C. A Case of Reincarnation, Calcutta: Satsang, 1952
      6. ^ Sture Lönnerstrand, Shanti Devi: En berättelse om reinkarnation. Stockholm 1994. English translation: I Have Lived Before: The True Story of the Reincarnation of Shanti Devi, Ozark Mountain Publishing, 1998. ISBN   1-886940-03-7
      7. ^ “After Life Death: fact or Fiction”. Sunday Post ( Kathmandu Post ). 14 April 2002.
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          Santha Devi
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          BornDamayanthi
          1927
          Kozhikode
          Died(2010-11-20)20 November 2010
          Kozhikode
          OccupationActress
          Years active1954–2010
          Spouse(s)Balakrishnan (divorced)
          Kozhikode Abdul Kader

          Damayanthi (1927 – 20 November 2010), better known by her stage name Kozhikode Santha Devi, [1] was an Indian Malayalam film and stage actress. In a career spanning about sixty years, she acted in more than 1000 plays and about 480 films. [2]

          Contents

          • 1 Biography
          • 2 Family
          • 3 Awards
          • 4 Filmography (partial)
          • 5 Television serials (partial)
          • 6 Dramas (partial)
          • 7 References
          • 8 External links

          Biography[ edit ]

          Santha Devi was born in Kozhikode in a then well known tharavadu called Thottathil in 1927 as the daughter of Thottathil Kannakkuruppu and Karthiyayani Amma as the seventh daughter of their 10 children. She did her studies from Sabha school and then B.E.M school.

          She made her debut as an actress through a 1954 drama Smarakam written by Vasu Pradeep and directed by Kundanari Appu Nair. She made her cinema debut in Minnaminungu (1957) directed by Ramu Karyat . She has acted in over 480 movies including Moodupadam, Kuttikkuppayam, Kunjalimaraykkar, Iruttinte Athmavu, Sthalathe pradhana payyans and Adwaitham. Kerala Cafe , produced by director Ranjith , was her last movie where she enacted the role of a forlorn grandmother with no one to look after her. Besides movies, she was also active in television serials. Her most memorable roles are from Manasi and Minnukettu.

          Santha Devi died on 20 November 2010 evening in a private hospital in Kozhikode . [3]

          Family[ edit ]

          She had 9 other siblings, 5 brothers and 4 sisters. All of her brothers were in Air Force and Military services.She got married at the age of 18 with her uncle’s son Balakrishnan who was a Railway guard, but the relationship did not last long. He left Santha Devi after the couple had a son. [4] Later, she got married to Kozhikode Abdul Kader , a popular Malayalam playback singer. She has two sons, Suresh Babu and the late Sathyajith. [5]

          Awards[ edit ]

          She won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Yamanam (1992) directed by Bharath Gopi . [6] She has received the Kerala State award for best Stage actress in 1968 for her role in Kudukkukal. In 1968, she received award from Thrissur Fine Arts Society and in 1973 she received best actress award again. In 1978, her acting in Ithu bhoomiyanu and Inquilabinte makkal fetched her Kerala Sangeetha Nadaka Acamedy’s award for best actress. She won the Kerala Film Critics Association Award in 1979 and Kerala State Award for Best Actress in State plays in 1983 for Deepasthambham Mahashcharyam. [2]

          In 1992 she got Film critics award again. Santha Devi was awarded Premji award and later in 2005 the lifetime achievement award from Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi .

          Filmography (partial)[ edit ]

          1. Annarakkannanum Thannalayathu (2010) … Valiyathan’s mother
          2. Nalla Pattukare (2010)
          3. Nandhuni (2010)
          4. Kerala Cafe (2009)
          5. Malayali (2009)
          6. Mayabazar (2008)
          7. Thalappavu (2008)
          8. Crazy Gopalan (2008) … Janakiyamma
          9. Vilapagalkkappuram (2008)
          10. Uthrada Ravu
          11. Prajapathi (2006)
          12. Nottam (2006) … Jankiyamma
          13. Anandabadram (2005)
          14. Ullam (2005)
          15. Maratha Nadu (2004)
          16. Freedom (2004)
          17. Kilichundan Mambhazham (2003) …. Maimuna’s mother
          18. Janakeeyam (2003)….Lakshmiyamma
          19. Anyar (2003)
          20. Mizhirandilum (2003)
          21. Ammakkilikkoodu (2003)
          22. Ee Bhargavi Nilayam (2002)
          23. Neythukaran (2001)
          24. Kattu Vannu Vilichappol (2001)
          25. Ninneyum Thedi (2001)
          26. Rapid Action Force (2000)… Vasanthakumari’s muthassi
          27. Chenaparambile Anakaryam (1998)
          28. Magician Mahendralal From Delhi (1998)
          29. Irattakuttikalude Achan (1997) … Valsan’s mother
          30. Suvarna Simhaasanam (1997)
          31. Mahathma (1996)
          32. Harbour (1996)
          33. Aakaashathekkoru Kilivaathil (1996)
          34. Madamma (1996)
          35. Sundarimare Sookshikkuka (1995)
          36. No 1 Snehatheeram Bangalore North (1995)
          37. Chandha (1995)
          38. Sasinas (1995)
          39. Oru Abhibashakante Case Diary (1995)
          40. Sundari Neeyum Sundaran Njanum (1995)
          41. Mazhayethum Munbe (1995)
          42. Avan Ananthapadmanabhan (1994)
          43. Deyvathinte Vikrithikal (1994)
          44. Tharavadu (1994)
          45. Pingami (1994)
          46. Ghazal (1994)
          47. Bharanakoodam (1994) …. Manju’s maid
          48. Chukkan (1994)….. Gayathri’s Mother
          49. Narayam (1993)
          50. Sthalathe Pradhana Payyans (1993)
          51. Ghoshayathra (1993)…..Itheyiumma
          52. Agneyam (1993)
          53. Magrib (1993)
          54. Yamanam (1992)
          55. Kamaladalam (1992)
          56. Dhanam (1991)
          57. Daivasahayam Lucky Centre (1991)
          58. Adwaitham (1991)
          59. Parallel College (1991)
          60. Aakoshakkottayile Sulthan (1991)
          61. No 20 Madras Mail (1990)
          62. Kakkathollayiram (1990)
          63. Brahmarakshassu (1990)
          64. Sasneham (1990)
          65. Aye Auto (1990)
          66. Carnivel (1989)
          67. Naduvazhikal (1989)
          68. V. I. P. (1989)….Karthyayani
          69. Chanakyan (1989)
          70. Padippura (1989)
          71. Asthikal Pookkunnu (1989) …. Itti
          72. Kanakambarangal (1988) … Sreedevi’s mother
          73. Dhinarathrangal (1988)
          74. Oohakachavadam (1988)
          75. Rithubetham (1987)
          76. Idanazhiyil Ou Kalocha (1987)
          77. Nadodikkaattu (1987) … Ramdas’s Mother (Cameo appearance)
          78. PC 369 (1987)
          79. Doore Doore Oru Koodu Koottam (1986)
          80. Abhayam Thedi (1986)
          81. Vellam (1985)
          82. Dheivatheyorthu (1985)
          83. Anubandham (1985)
          84. Srikrishna Parundu (1984)
          85. Maniyara (1983)
          86. Mylanji (1982 )
          87. Adhikaram (1980)
          88. Angadi (1980)
          89. Chakara (1980)….Subhadra
          90. Vilkkanundu Swapnangal (1980)
          91. Neelathamara (1979)
          92. Thakara (1979)
          93. Thenthulli (1979)
          94. Avar Jeevikkunnu (1978)
          95. Chuvanna Vithukal (1978)
          96. Padasaram (1978) …. Kochukaali
          97. Aparadhi (1977)…. Madhaviyamma
          98. Yatheem (1977)
          99. Njavalppazhangal (1976)
          100. Athithi (1975)
          101. Utharayanam (1975)
          102. Nirmala (film) (1975)
          103. Udayam Kizhakku Thanne (1974)
          104. Shasthram Jayichu Manushyan Thottu (1973)
          105. Darshanam (1973)
          106. Iniyoru Janmam Tharoo (1972)
          107. Kuttyedathi (1971) …. Meenakshi
          108. Ummachu (1971)
          109. Velutha Kathreena (1968)
          110. Thokkukal Kathaparayunnu (1968)
          111. Anaachadanam (1968)
          112. Aval (1967)
          113. Kottayam Kolacase (1967)
          114. Mulkireedam (1967)
          115. Iruttinte Athmavu (1967) … Parukkuttiamma
          116. Ashwamedam (1967)…. Lakshmi
          117. Aneshichu Kandethiyilla (1967)
          118. Nagarame Nandi (1967)
          119. Kunjali Marakkar (1967)
          120. Mayor Nair (1966)
          121. Murappennu (1965)….Madhaviyamma
          122. Devalayam (1964)
          123. Kuttikuppayam (1964)
          124. Moodupadam (1963)
          125. Ninamaninja Kalpadukal (1963)
          126. Minnaminigu (1957)
          127. Sandehi (1954)

          Television serials (partial)[ edit ]

          • Manasi (DD Malayalam)
          • Minnukettu (Surya TV)
          • Manassariyathe (Surya TV)

          Dramas (partial)[ edit ]

          • Kudukkukal
          • Smaarakam
          • Deepasthambham Mahaascharyam
          • Inquilaaabinte Makkal
          • Ithu Bhoomiyaannu

          References[ edit ]

          1. ^ http://www.manoramaonline.com/cgi-bin/MMOnline.dll/portal/ep/malayalamContentView.do?contentId=12843695&programId=7940855&channelId=-1073750705&[email protected]@@&tabId=3
          2. ^ a b “നടി കോഴിക്കോട് ശാന്താദേവി അന്തരിച്ചു” . Malayala Manorama . Retrieved 2010-11-21.

          3. ^ “Veteran Malayalam actress Shanta Devi dies” . .bombaynews.net. 20 November 2010. Retrieved 20 November 2010.
          4. ^ “Archived copy” . Archived from the original on 11 August 2010. Retrieved 11 December 2013.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title ( link )
          5. ^ “Archived copy” . Archived from the original on 19 January 2014. Retrieved 11 December 2013.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title ( link )
          6. ^ “Friday Review Thiruvananthapuram / Interview : Natural actor” . The Hindu. 2007-06-08. Retrieved 2010-08-23.

          External links[ edit ]

          • Santha Devi on IMDb
          • Shanthadevi at MSI
          • v
          • t
          • e
          National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress
          1984–2000
          • Rohini Hattangadi (1984)
          • Vijaya Mehta (1985)
          • Manjula Kanwar (1986)
          • Surekha Sikri (1987)
          • Uttara Baokar (1988)
          • Manorama (1989)
          • K. P. A. C. Lalitha (1990)
          • Santha Devi (1991)
          • Revathi (1992)
          • Neena Gupta (1993)
          • Surekha Sikri (1994)
          • Aranmula Ponnamma (1995)
          • Rajeshwari Sachdev (1996)
          • Karisma Kapoor (1997)
          • Suhasini Mulay (1998)
          • Sudipta Chakraborty and Sohini Haldar (1999)
          • K. P. A. C. Lalitha (2000)
          2001–present
          • Ananya Khare (2001)
          • Raakhee (2002)
          • Sharmila Tagore (2003)
          • Sheela (2004)
          • Urvashi (2005)
          • Konkona Sen Sharma (2006)
          • Shefali Shah (2007)
          • Kangana Ranaut (2008)
          • Arundathi Nag (2009)
          • Sukumari (2010)
          • Leishangthem Tonthoingambi Devi (2011)
          • Dolly Ahluwalia and Kalpana (2012)
          • Amruta Subhash and Aida El-Kashef (2013)
          • Baljinder Kaur (2014)
          • Tanvi Azmi (2015)
          • Zaira Wasim (2016)
          • Divya Dutta (2017)

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