He earnestly attempted to leave his knowledge and thought to the service of society. To keep working hard and not to take rest for rest’s sake has been his peculiar strength. He never used a reclining chair. And his children and relatives attest to that. He said, it is those who want to live easy always use easy chairs. Those who keep working will never be satisfied with easy chairs
Late Prof V Muhammad Retd. Principal, Farook College
I found him committed to the cause of people. His integrity was unimpeachable. He loved people, served them and derived satisfaction from their welfare. I found him cheerful of spirit and serious-minded, capable of managing his subordinates and satisfying the agricultural community by merging with them.
Late VR Krishna Iyer Former Judge Supreme Court
A Living memorial for Kuttiammu Sahib is situated in the capital city of Kerala, Trivandrum. That is Palayam Juma Masjid. I have witnessed from very close the trials and tribulations Kuttiammu Sahib has gone through to make it real. He was even implicated in a case for that. And many such memorials stand poignantly in memory of Kuttiammu Sahib-in the Indo-Saracenic value of art, for which he drew the plan.
Late E Ahmad Former Union Minister, India
I remember a metal trunk (luggage trunk used in earlier period) lying below the bed of “Room # 2” of Nafeesath. I don’t know from where that trunk has come from, probably from Trivandrum, but I remember vellippava instructed me to open it and organize the bunch of text books inside it for reorganizing and shifting it to “Islamic center library” as his personal contribution. The “Islamic Center Mosque” was in its inception stage at that time and after constructing the mosque, vellippava was focusing to start an Islamic library inside the Islamic center complex... Read more
Mohammed Misbah (Grandson of Kuttiammu Sahib)Civil Projects Manager & Dubai based Entrepreneur
We loved going there, to Nafeesath, my ancestral home in Kozhikode. In fact, we waited so eagerly for our vacations every year. In Nafeesath, we stayed up as late as we wanted to, woke up as late as we wanted to and played outside under the summer sun as much as we wanted to. It was cricket usually. We ended up painting the walls of the house with muddy round marks. Kuttiyamu never said anything. Nabeesu always did....Read more
Auswaf Ahsan (Grandson of Kuttiammu Sahib)Professor of Oral Medicine and Managing Editor of "Other Books"