Ganesan's grandfather, Narayanaswami, was the principal of the Maharajah's College, Pudukkottai. Ganesan was the son of Ramaswamy and Bhagirathi Amma. When Ganesan was in the sixth grade, his grandfather died and not long after that, his father too died. Meanwhile, Muthulakshmi now known as Muthulakshmi Reddi had studied well and become a doctor; she was affluent and educated and had thoroughly abandoned the style of life followed by her mother and maternal ancestors, so much so that she became the leader of a social reform movement aimed at eradicating the Devadasi system. She was instrumental in ensuring the passage through parliament of the Devadasi Abolition Act. After the death of his father, Ganesan, along with his mother Bagirathi, moved to his aunt Muthulakshmi's home in Madras now known as Chennai.
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