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Tributes paid to Ganga hospital founder Shanmuganathan

Tributes paid to Ganga hospital founder Shanmuganathan

People from various quarters have been paying their tributes to the founder of Ganga Hospital, Dr JG Shanmuganathan, who died on August 18, in the city. During an event organized at Kikani school, BK Krishnaraj Vanavarayar, ‘Solvendar’ Suki Sivam, Ramani Shankar, ‘Kavignar’ Marabin Maindan Muthaiah, Ravichandran, Sengottaiyan and several others paid tribute to the doctor.
While speaking on the occasion, Krishnaraj Vanavarayar, said that he knew Dr Shanmuganathan for a long time and he was a genuine person, without any fakeness, who was never interested in praise from others. "His life was an example of simplicity and it is a life to be celebrated," he added.
Ravichandran in his tribute reminisced about Shanmuganathan’s love for Tamil. He said the doctor was a simple man, whose life needs to be celebrated.
Sengotaiyyan in his speech said that Shanmuganathan was an epitome of hard work and simple life.
Ramani Shankar said that he learnt a lot by observing Shanmuganathan, during their 40 years of friendship and he was a person who didn’t have any enemies.
Marabin Maindan Muthaiah said that doctor was a simple man who also had a good sense of humour and he thanked his efforts for establishing the hospital as an institution.
Suki Sivam in his speech praised the doctor as a simple and humble man and said that one quality that stood out in him was his immense patience.