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Chikku Kuriakose

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Birth name  Chikku Kuriakose
Name  Chikku Kuriakose
Instruments  Keyboard
Role  Singer
Chikku Kuriakose wearing black long sleeves and eyeglasses while smiling and looking afar
Born  August 6, 1988 (age 26) Changanassery, State of Kerala, South India (1988-08-06)
Occupation(s)  Singer, songwriter, musician, minister
Genres  Contemporary Christian music
Died  November 8, 2014 (aged 26), Kochi

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Chikku Kuriakose (August 6, 1988 – November 8, 2014) was an Indian contemporary Christian music keyboardist, minister, worship leader, singer and songwriter originally from Changanassery, State of Kerala, South India. Born to Mr and Mrs Kuriakose K.P. in a middle class Christian family, he was an inspiration to the Evangelical Christian Community through his testimony of having experienced remission from cancer the age of 18 after having received extensive chemotherapy. He died at age 26 after the cancer returned.


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Early life

Live Funeral service of Chikku Kuriakose on Nov 11, 2014

Born to a Pastor's family, Chikku often got the opportunity to harness his musical skills during his father's worship services; this helped develop his passion towards music and the Christian ministry.

Cancer testimony

At the age of 17, forty lumps were detected around his body. Chikku was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma. Over the next eight months, he received 36 chemotherapy procedures at the Clinic A, Regional Cancer Center, Thiruvananthapuram.

The cancer subsequently went into remission, and he joined an evangelical crusade, attributing his health to prayer and miracle.


  • "In His Love" (2012)
  • "In Him" (2015). Non-stop album released after Chikku's death
  • "Krushinmel – On The Cross" (2015) – Track "Rakshithaavine Kaanka Paapi" Last recording released after Chikku's death.
  • Death

    Seven years after the remission, Chikku began losing weight rapidly, indicating that the lymphoma had returned. On 8 November 2014, he died at the Welcare Hospital Kochi.


    Chikku Kuriakose Wikipedia