The above photograph shows Dr. Mohan Shenoy and his wife
Lalitha and the picture was taken on the 69th birthday (day
Mohan stepped into the 70th year of his life). Mohan was born
on 15th May 1938.
Lalitha is the daughter of late Sri Gurpur Krishna Narasimha
Prabhu of Gurpur.  She is a B.A. graduate of St. Agnes'
college, Mangalore.
School Education: Dr. Mohan Shenoy went to school in
Mangalore.  He went to the Government Training School
on Balmatta Road from the 1st class to the 4th class.  
For the 5th class he went to the Milagres Elementary
School in Hampankatta, Mangalore.
He joined the Ganapathy High School in the 1st form and
finished his 6th form in the same school, and passed the
S.S.L.C. examination in 1954.
College Education: Dr. Mohan Shenoy joined the First
Year Science class in the Ramnarain Ruia College,
Matunga Bombay. He passed the F.Y.Sc. examination
held by the college with distinction.  He opted for Physics,
Chemistry and Biology for his Inter. Sc. class at the Ruia
College.  He passed the Inter.Sc. examination held by the
Bombay University in First Class.  He got a merit seat in
the Grant Medical College, Bombay .  Dr. Mohan Shenoy
appeared for the Final membership examination held by
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Bombay and
passed it.  He passed the Final (III) MBBS examination
held by the Bombay University and got his MBBS degree
in 1967.
About Dr. Mohan Shenoy
Adyar Gopal Parivar has members
who are as old as 70 and even 80
years but this club is just born on the
23rd September 2007 by being
inaugurated by one of the active
members, viz. Sri Manchakal
Mohandas Kudva.  
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Late Adyar Gopalakrishna Shenoy was born on 21st September 1906 at the Adyar
Village situated about 8 kilometers from the port city of Mangalore on the west
coast of Karnataka State India.  He married Amba the eldest daughter of Mijar
Manjunath Kamath and Radhu. Mijar Manjunath Kamath was the younger son of
Mijar Annappa Kamath and Radhu was the third daughter of Sampige Madhav Kini.
Adyar Gopal Parivar therefore invites all those people who were born in these
families viz. the Adyar Shenoy family, the Mijar Shenoy family, Mijar Kamath
family and Sampige Kini family.  
People born to brothers and sisters of Mijar Annappa Kamath and his wife and of
Radhu are also welcome to join us.
The Parivar was inaugurated on 23rd September 2007.

The Parivar or club is the brain child of Dr. Adyar Mohan Shenoy, the third son of
late Sri Adyar Gopalakrishna Shenoy.  It was inaugurated at a function held in
Mangalore on 23rd September 2007 by Sri M.Mohandas Kudva, son of late Sri
Narayana Kudva of the Manchakal Kudva family of late Sri Lakshman Kudva, the
grandfather of Mohandas.
The Aim of the Parivar is to
unite the members of these
families into one cultural and
social group

Now it is considered necessary to set
up a website for publishing the
activities of the Parivar, and
therefore this website
www.adyargopal.com has come into
existence.
The Parivar is Young
All those persons born in the families of Sampige Madhav
Kini including the descendants of his children viz.
Subbamma, Radhu, Venkatray and Narasimha, are
invited to join as members after filling in the information
form provided here. The same holds true for those born
in the families of the three sisters that married into the
Mijar Shenoys, Mijar Kamaths, and Hiranki Kinis.
Adyar Gopalakrishna Shenoy had three sisters and two
brothers.  His grandfather and father, both died in the
small-pox epidemic that devastated Adyar village in 1909.
Apart from the descendants of Gopalakrishna and his
brothers and sisters, there are no other survivors in the
Adyar family of Adyar village.
Adyar Shenoys
All the information provided to this website and to the Adyar Gopal
Parivar is published on the web and so it will all be available to the
public at large.
Only the names and their relationships with the forefathers is
published and addresses and telephone numbers will be retained in
the files.  
These addresses and telephone numbers may be made available to
other members if asked for.
Dr. Mohan Shenoy with wife Lalitha
Adyar Gopal and Radha Bai
About Adyar Gopal Parivar
We Belong To One Large Family
Watch the videos of the function held on 23rd Sept. 2007.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. Please advise me a date for this wedding. Bride 27-11-1977.
A. Adyar Gopal Parivar (AGP) wishes to wipe out the tendency or
need for deciding the wedding dates on the basis of birth charts
(Jaataka) or stars and zodiac signs.
OUR POLICY ON MEDIA COVERAGE OF OUR
ACTIVITIES

Adyar Gopal Parivar is not the kind of society we normally
see in the communities. It is a register Adyar Gopal Parivar
is an a society It of descendants of a particular lineage
Adyar Gopal Parivar is an a society It and no more.
people born in the families of the root persons and they are
therefore unalterable, non-expandable and inalienable. In
other words we can not recruit members as we please.
CENTRAL MIRACLE
By Mohan Shenoy
"All animal and human existence is the product of sexual desire: it is
....a  force .. Continually manifesting itself in individuals ....
This force ... Is the true creator of the world. Not only is it unceasingly
performing the
central miracle of producing new lives but it
accompanies it by unnumbered accessory miracles, which provide the
new born child with nourishment and make lowly organisms care for
their young as if they were gifted with human intelligence."
Marriage is very much essential because there has to be a civilized
way to make union of boy and girl possible upon attaining a suitable
age. Also there is need for order in the society with respect to rights of
the two on each other. A couple has to live together long enough to
have a child and then bring it up to become another true adult.
Only the institution of marriage brings peace in life, by creating sound
avenues to satisfy the sexual urges. A healthy marriage compensates
for absence of the period of heat that occurs in animals but not in
humans.

My friend Mohan has bared his Soul for his
Fellow man to contemplate.
Reading this book highlights the love for his
Religion and goodness which is embedded
from birth in each of us.
evaluate their own lives.
Enjoy the opportunity!
- Paul Stedge, Vestal N. Y.
CEREMONIES OF A HOUSEHODER
By Mohan Shenoy
From time immemorial, India has been the thinker of the world. The
Vedas were the product of a million thinkers through the ages.
I wish to reproduce a paragraph from the book, Hinduism and
Buddhism, An Historical Sketch Vol 1 ceremonies of a householder,
and his age to more sublime speculations. But at all periods the idea
that it was possible to know God and the universe was allied to the
idea that all ceremonies as well as all worldly effort and indeed all
active morality are superfluous.
All alike are unessential and trivial, and merit the attention only of
those who know nothing higher. Human feelings and interests qualified
and contradicted this negative and unearthly view of religion, but still
popular sentiment as well as philosophic thought during the whole
period of which we know something of them in India tended to regard
the highest life as consisting in rapt conemplation or insight
accompanied by the suppression of desire and by disengagement
from mundane ties and interests. But knowledge in Indian theology
implies more intensity than we attach to the word and even some
admixture of volition. The knowledge of Braahman is not an
understanding of pantheistic doctrines such as may be obtained by
reading the Sacred Books of the East in an easy chair but a
realization (in all senses) of personal identity with the universal spirit, in
the light of which all material attachments and fetters fall away."
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UNSCRUPULOUS LIFE-PARTNERS

HUSBAND OR WIFE
A life-partner would be "unscrupulous" if he or she does not recognize the
damage caused by a particular action of one or the other partner. If there is
disagreement on certain matters the mutual affection required to live happily
would be affected.
On certain matters pertaining to bringing up the children, cheating a
customer, evasion of taxes, giving or taking bribe for government or police
work or spending money for charity, both husband and wife have to agree
with each other for their married life to be peaceful.
Many a time the husband is the earning person but the wife would like to have
a say in how the money is used. She would like to limit his spending for
charity or for his personal extra-domestic activities.
She would encourage him or dissuade him from taking bribes, evade taxes or
she would protest or not if the husband takes a wrong path in earning money
and wealth.

For a husband to follow a right path, the wife will have to go along with the
husband's decisions.
If the wife objects use of some portion of the earnings for charity, then it is the
duty of the husband not to follow the wife's advice and be firm in carrying out
his philanthropic activities.For the husband to follow a righteous path, the wife
will have to go along with the husband. But if the wife objects use of some
portion of the earnings for charity,  then it is the duty of the husband not to
follow the wife's advice and be firm in carrying out his philanthropic activities.
What is a Kundali chart?
A. Most young people at present do not know what
“LAGNA” means in a horoscope. The box in which LAGNA
is written becomes the first box for counting and numbering
and the remaining eleven boxes are given numbers in a
clock-wise path. The LAGNA is the point of the sun-rise or
horizon at the time of birth. For example when a planet
such as MARS is found to be in the 8th box then it only
means that MARS was 240 degrees away from the horizon
at the time of birth of the Jaataka (holder of the horoscope).
Jaataka is also the name given to the horoscope
document. It has the Kundali chart containing 12 boxes for
the 12 Raashi(s) or Zodiac signs.
LAGNA Raashi is the Raashi at the time of birth and
therefore LAGNA is written in the corresponding box in the
Kundali chart. Thus LAGNA may be in any of these 12
boxes and change the numbering of the boxes accordingly.
Boxes belong to the Raashi(s) and Mesha or ARIES is
always in the 2nd box from the left in the top row following
Meena or PISCES in the box on its left. The Raashi(s) in
the boxes are fixed based on the time and location of the
birth of the horoscope-holder. The position of the Graha(s)
change according to the time and location of birth of the
horoscope holder. The tradition is to hide the names of the
Raashi(s) in a chart. Also the reader is supposed to know
how the boxes are counted.
The study of astrology has become a disappearing line for
the young. People belonging to the older generation hark
on the value of horoscope and give long discourses on
their amateur fellowships of the subject. Less and less
people really believe in astrology and astrological
predictions. But psychologically an advice given by a
person who claims to know the subject and delivers the
advice in a factual manner after looking at a horoscope for
a long time and after making calculations as long as 2-3
pages can influence the choice of the person in either a
good path or a bad path. A man who selects his path
seldom likes to fail in walking it till the end. He will make all
efforts to become successful in his decision and especially
if he thinks that he is guided by heavenly bodies like the
stars and planets which to him represent his gods and
ancestors, he succeeds in his endeavour. Many a times
the predictions of the astrologer turn out correct.
However, no astrologer can predict an event exactly as it
will happen. Because, all astrological predictions are built-
up stories.
Sensitivity and Sensibility
Leo Tolstoy says
We eat meat. We however faint when we see a calf is killed
in front of us. We are so kind-hearted that we can not look at
blood but we at the same time enjoy eating the tender veal
meat of the calf served to us on a dinner plate with springy
sauce. We talk of mercy to the unfortunate animals but we
can not do without meat on our table. (Ref. War and Peace
by Leo Tolstoy Book Ten Chapter XXV)
Direct Descendant is a blood relative. Both the mother and
father are considered for direct descendant status. Both
the son and the daughter are direct descendants.  Children
of both the son and the daughter are direct descendants.
Direct descendants initials, forenames, middle names etc.
These initials, forenames, middle names etc. These may
vary but the person's direct descendant may vary but the
person's direct descendant status does not change
because of them.status does not change because of them.
Prejudice
We are free to be proud of ourselves but shall we not allow
equally all others be proud of themselves?                                
Prejudice is what we think about someone or something
without any rhyme or reason.
We go wrong on our prejudices about others.
We are friendly to many and respect them. We can keep many
people at arms length and not react to their
wickedness.                 
Wealth and power we possess can make us treat others badly
which we must avoid. India influenced the world to promote
morality. We restrain ourselves on our pride and contain our
prejudices in order for all people to live happily.
"
Sarve Janaha Sukhino Bhavantu"
We win over people of other faiths and beliefs with the weapon
of love and non-violence.
To serve food we engage independent caterers. There is
usually a rush for booking the halls and caterers, florists,
musicians, All this is to satisfy the ambiguous requirements
imposed by the findings of the Jyotishi(s) who determine
the Muhoortha(s) by calculating astrologically, the positions
of the stars and planets.
SWAYAM-MOHANA VIVAAHA (WEDDING) LAGNA(S)
By Mohan Shenoy
LAGNA is a time period called Muhoortha in Sanskrit.
A list of Muhoortha(s) is given in all Panchaanga books.
Panchaanga books are written by the specialists known as
Jyotishi(s). These Muhoortha(s) are known as Lagna.
Marriage takes place within the Lagna Muhoortha time
among Hindus.
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OPINION:  WEDDING LAGNA(S):
Success in wedded life does not depend on date and time
of the wedding. Practically any relatives and friends. In
fact all the week-ends could be selected for wedding at a
time convenient for the couple to be wedded and for the
relatives and friends that are expected to attend the
wedding. A priest who does not object to this selection can
be appointed to perform the wedding ceremony.The
Graha(s) and Nakshathra(s) are always there to bless the
wedded couple cause any harm to them regardless of their
positions in the heaven.
Offerings to Gods
In the 4th century Before Christ, Plato the Greek
Philosopher in his book LAWS wrote that "any person
who prays idols of body forms of humans, birds and
animals that are painted by men with their hands, and
offers different gifts etc., imagining that he is giving
them to gods is only fooling himself."
When the Religious Ideas of Mankind
Change
In the 4th century Before Christ, Plato the Greek
religious ideas of mankind change their laws should
also change." If we have out-dated Laws based on faith
and belief then we will invite trouble since the other
conditions of life are different from those that existed
during the formation of those beliefs. Taking oath in the
In the 4th century Before Christ, Plato the Greek name
also change." If we have out-dated Laws based on faith
and belief then we will invite trouble since the other
conditions of life are different from those that existed
during the formation of those beliefs. Taking oath in the
In the 4th century Before Christ, Plato the Greek name
longer be taken from the plaintiff and defendant. Simple
statements of affirmation or denial should be
Philosopher in his book LAWS wrote that "when the
relisubstituted. For there is something dreadful in the
thought that nearly everyone is a perjured person in
present world.
Public Opinion should never be lightly regarded, for
many of the citizens are not wrong in their judgements
of the government and other civil matters. They can
judge the differences between good and bad.
CHARITY AND DONATIONS
There are many ways to save tax by giving donations to
various public institutions such as schools and orphanages
and claim exemptions in Income Tax returns under section
80G. Private donations are not exempted.
These donations certainly help the social cause.
Plato the Greek philosopher that lived in the 4th Century
B.C. says that he may leave his riches to his children.'
However, if a person has money to spare it is wise to
give some help to his consanguineous relatives, to the
elderly who are living by themselves, and to widows in
their family even though payments to them are not
tax-deductible.
These donations are real charity!
Send it to them directly.
Note: Adyar Gopal Parivar does not receive or collect
donations.
In order to release from the restriction of relying on the
stars and planets, I have listed what I call the Swayam
Mohan Lagna.

A Swayam-Mohana Lagna is a Lagna that falls on a
Friday, Saturday or a Sunday except on an Amaavasya
day or Ekadashi day.
There is no reason for omiting these days except that the
belief is stronger that these two days are for either rest or
for fasting.

Amavasya and Ekadashi Thithi(s) are based on
movements of the Moon.
What is a Thithi?
Learn More about Hindu Calendar
What the Buddha preached
The book relates how the Buddha when starting one morning
to beg alms in Rajagaha saw the householder Sigala bowing
down with clasped hands and saluting the four quarters, the
nadir and the zenith. The object of the ceremonies was to
avert any evil which might come from these six points,
The Buddha told him that this was not the right way to protect
oneself: a man should regard his parents as the east, his
teachers as the south, his wife and children as the west, his
friends as the north, his servants as the nadir and the monks
and Brahmans as the zenith. By fulfilling his duty to these six
classes a man protects from all evil which may come from the
six points,
Then he expounded in order the mutual duties of (1) parents
and children, (2) pupils and teachers, (3) husband and wife,
(4) friends, (5) master and servant, (6) laity and clergy. The
precepts which follow show how much common sense and
good feeling Gotama could bring to bear on the affairs of
every-day life when he gave them his attention.
In India there is a widespread idea that he who devotes
himself to a religious and intellectual life (and the two
spheres, though they do not coincide, overlap more than in
Europe) should be not only respected but supported by the
rest of the world. He is not a professional man in the sense
that lawyers, doctors, and clergymen are, but rather an
aristocrat. ...the average Hindu has always believed in
another kind of upper class, entered in some sects by birth, in
others by merit, but in general a well-defined body, the
conduct of whose members does not fail to command pure in
thought, word and deed, who follows the pure in thought,
word and deed, who follows the eight-fold path, and perfects
himself in knowledge, he is the true Brahman.
HINDU MARRIAGES
All marriages are now held in the marriage halls and the task
of managing the decorations, bands and the stars and planets
have no role to play in determining the auspiciousness or
otherwise of different days and times for different activities in
our life. It is time we lose our connection with Jyotisha and
march forward with the times of change.
restriction of relying on the stars and planets, I have listed
what I call the Swayam-Mohana Lagna(s).
A Swayam-Mohana Lagna is a Lagna that falls on a Friday,
Saturday or a Sunday except on an Amaavasya day or
Ekadashi day. There is no reason for omiting these days
except that the belief is stronger that these two days are for
either rest or for fasting.
Amavasya and Ekadashi Thithi(s) are based on movements of
the Moon.
In Hinduism the Graha(s) and the Nakshathra(s) determine
the Lagna or  auspiciousness or otherwise of the days and
hours for marriage and for other important events. These
hours of auspiciousness are called Muhoortha in Sanskrit.
A list of Muhoortha(s) is given in all Panchaanga books.
Panchaanga books are written by the specialists known as
Jyotishi(s). Jyotishi is a Hindu astrologer. A new Panchaanga
book is published a few weeks before the start of a new Hindu
year. All Hindu years begin on Yugadi day.
These Muhoortha(s) are known as Lagna(s). Marriage takes
place within the Lagna Muhoortha among Hindus. The
Lagna(s) are referred to by the name of the Nakshathra and
Raashi. A Raashi is a Hindu Zodiac sign. Nakshathra is the
Hindu star constellation. There are 12 Raashi(s) and 27
Nakshathra(s) in the Hindu calendar.
(learn more about Hindu
Calendar)

Who Are Eligible to become Members?
  • Descendants of Sampige Madhav Kini
  • Descendants of the three sisters who married the grooms of Mijar
    Kamaths, Mijar Shenoys and Hiranki Kinis.
  • Descendants of Adyar Gopalakrishna Shenoy
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For convenience the families among the Gowda
Saraswatha Brahmans preferred the afternoon hours for
marriage since the daylight was considered preferable for
the invitees to attend the function.
All this is to satisfy the ambiguous requirements imposed
by the findings of the Jyotishi(s) who determine the
Muhoortha(s) by calculating astrologically, the positions of
the stars and planets. How long and for how many more
years do we Hindus continue to rely on the Jyotishi(s) for
determining the But the trend now among many educated
families is to fix the marriage on the dates and hours
convenient to both the bride and bridegroom without
consulting the Jyotishi. The day of freedom from
restrictions we Hindus have brought on ourselves by
sticking to Jyotisha is not too far away.
In order to facilitate the courageous Hindu brothers and
sisters who wish to break away from the restriction of
relying on the stars and planets, I have A Swayam-Mohana
Lagna is a Lagna that falls on a Friday, Saturday or a
Sunday except on an Amaavasya day or Ekadashi day.
There is no reason for omiting these days except that the
belief is stronger that these two days are for either rest or
for fasting.
Amavasya and Ekadashi Thithi(s) are based on
movements of the Moon.
What is a Thithi?
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CEREMONIALISM
Man is fond of ceremonies in which food is served. We also
like ceremonies in which there are flowers, fruits and fun.
Adyar Gopal Parivar could be considered as ceremonialistic.
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THE POPULAR ABHIJIN MUHOORTHA(S)
Abhijith Muhoortha(s).For convenience the families
among the Hindus preferred the afternoon hours for
marriage since the daylight was considered preferable
for the invitees to attend the function.
HINDU MARRIAGES
Dr. Mohan Shenoy is specialised in the field of
Pathology, both Anatomical and Clinical;  after
a 4-year course of Resident training in USA
and passing the American Board of Pathology
examinations in 1975, he returned to India lock
stock and barrel in January 1977 and set up his
practice in Bangalore, India.  He set up his
Shenoy Medical Laboratory & X-Ray, a clinical
diagnostic laboratory in February 1978, at
Basavanagudi, Bangalore. The Lab and the
diagnostic facility closed down in March 2009.
Dr. Shenoy has stopped his practice of
Pathology and is now enjoying a retired life at
home with his wife in Padmanabhanagar,
Bangalore, India. He keeps himself busy with
non-medical activities such as writing articles
for this website, webhosting this website,
keeping in touch with the members of the
Adyar Gopal Parivar Society, producing
documentary movies, videography and
photography as a personal hobby, writing and
publishing books under the banner Adyar Gopal
Parivar and so on.
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