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Sree Narayana Guru

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Sree Narayana Guru

Hunterís Road in Vepery, formerly called Hunterís Street, was renamed in recent times as Sree Narayana Guru Road after the leading social reformer of Kerala. Mr. John Hunter, after whom the road is named, arrived as a free merchant in Madras in 1787. Later he became the first cashier of the Carnatic Bank in 1788 on the recommendations of Charles Oakeley and became the secretary and later one of the directors of the British Bank. In 1803 he became the head to Hunter and Harry, a leading business firm in Fort St. George.

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