Arcot Ramasamy Mudaliar - Early Life

Early Life

Ramasamy Mudaliar was born on October 14, 1887 in Kurnool in a Tamil-speaking Thuluva Vellalar family. He was the eldest of a pair of twins, the other being Arcot Lakshmanaswamy Mudaliar. He studied at Municipal High school, Kurnool and graduated in arts from Madras Christian College. On graduation, Mudaliar studied law and was nominated to the Madras Legislative Council.

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