My Godfather – Musician Vanathi, daughter of Carnatic Stalward Dr S Ramanathan and younger sister of writer Geetha Bennet, fondly recalls her father-daughter relationship with Naganandhi.
My Inspiration – Subbu, journalist and writer, author of the popular book Dravida Mayai, remembers his literary connections with Naganandhi.
My Memories – Lawyer, Poet, Head of Vanavil Panpattu Kazagam and organiser of well-known jathi pallakku for Bharti, K Ravi recalls his memories of Naganandhi.
My co-teacher – Botanist, Environmentalist and retired Principal, Vivekananda College, Chennai, Dr VV Subramaniam aka Va Ve Su, known in literary and music circles of Chennai, recollects his association with Naganandhi, as a co-teacher and his literary experiences with Naganandhi.
My Rolemodel – Chief Editor of the US Tamil Magazine Thendral, poet, essayist and crtic, ex-Manager, Syndicate Bank, Madhurabharathi explains how Naganandhi left a very deep impact on him that helped him shape himself up.
My Exemplar – Ex-HCL Sr Sales person, HR Trainee and Consultant, Kavimamani P Veeraraghavan reminisces on Naganadhi and how he inspired him.
My Associate – Bharati Suraj, President of 58 year old Bharati Kalai Kazagam, the person who provided most of the stages for Naganandhi’s lectures shares his impressions on Naganandhi.
My Guru and My All – Retd. Dy GM, Formulations, Amirtanjan, better known as Amirtanjan Veera, a member of several Temple Management Committees in Nanganallur, Veeraghavan is perhaps the oldest living student of the Professor. A relationship that started in 1963 when Veera studied under him. If a Chemist can break into tears when he remember one who taught him Tamil 50 years back, that itself is a testimony to the Professor’s calibre.