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Since he lived in Delhi and represented Kerala Sabdam group of newspapers. Joseph Edamaruku edited daily newspapers and mass circulated magazines, published rationalist journals, addressed numerous meetings and influenced the way of thinking of a whole generation in Kerala. An indefatigable campaigner against obscurantism, superstitions and blind belief, Edamaruku represents a colorful era of Indian rationalism. He was the president of Indian Rationalist Association from to Hailing from a traditional Syrian Christian — Joseph Edamaruku, born on 7 September in the southern Indian state Kerala, was an eminent rationalist, scholar and author of books and more than two thousand articles in Malayalam language. Hailing from a traditional Syrian Christian family that contributed bishops and priests to the church, close experience with the church and Bible education made him a rationalist while still in his teens.

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Since he lived in Delhi and represented Kerala Sabdam group of newspapers. Joseph Edamaruku edited daily newspapers and mass circulated magazines, published rationalist journals, addressed numerous meetings and influenced the way of thinking of a whole generation in Kerala.

An indefatigable campaigner against obscurantism, superstitions and blind belief, Edamaruku represents a colorful era of Indian rationalism.

He was the president of Indian Rationalist Association from to Hailing from a traditional Syrian Christian — Joseph Edamaruku, born on 7 September in the southern Indian state Kerala, was an eminent rationalist, scholar and author of books and more than two thousand articles in Malayalam language.

Hailing from a traditional Syrian Christian family that contributed bishops and priests to the church, close experience with the church and Bible education made him a rationalist while still in his teens. He became an activist, married Soley from a Hindu family and challenged caste marriages.

He was instrumental in building up the strong rationalist movement in Kerala. He spent two spells in prison, in and in during the National Emergency. Joseph Edamaruku died in New Delhi, at the 29 June

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Early life[ edit ] Edamaruku was born to a Christian -born father named Joseph Edamaruku, a well-known journalist, author and activist who wrote books on religion, philosophy and miracle frauds, and a Hindu -born mother named Soley. The couple rejected religion at a young age and discarded the traditional qualification regarding religion and caste upon marrying each other. When Joseph was away, his parents pressured Soley to convert to Christianity. Soley had refused, clinging to her own beliefs and ideals.

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While writing his thesis towards his doctorate , he began working for the Afro-Asian Rural Reconstruction Organization. Rationalist activism[ edit ] Edamaruku demonstrating the trick to "create" holy ash in a village in Uttar Pradesh state in India. Before becoming the president in , he served as the General Secretary beginning in , [7] and has been the editor of its publication Modern Freethinker. His many books and articles deal mainly with rationalistic thoughts and against superstition in India. Edamaruku has carried out investigations and demonstrations that helped expose frauds, mystics and god men as well as conducting campaigns against superstition in Indian villages. He convened the three International Rationalist Conferences held in , and After his attempts failed, the tantrik reported that Edamaruku must be under the protection of a powerful god, to which Edamaruku responded that he is an atheist.

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