Ayyavazhi rituals
Ayyavazhi rituals are the religious practices prevalent among the followers of Ayyavazhi. Most of them are connected with Akilam and Arul Nool and a few, though not associated with the holy books, are...
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Muthirikkinaru
Muthiri kinaru (Tamil: முத்திரி கிணறு) is the sacred well located in the north-western corner of Swamithoppe village. This is the famous theertha of the temple. It was located half a kilometer west fr...
Muthirikkinaru - Wikipedia
Thirunamam
Thirunamam represents the 'Sacred name of God'. The phrase Namam also represents the white clay found at the deeper layer of earth, which is used as the powder to wear a flame shaped mark. The Ayyavaz...
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Shamanism in Ayyavazhi
Shamanism is in practice in Ayyavazhi right from the period of Vaikundar. At present certain people who are considered to be posed by the divine power use to perform shamanism in many Ayyavazhi worshi...
Ayyavazhi marriage
Ayyavazhi marriage is the marriage custom in the Ayyavazhi belief system of South India.Usually Payyans, Panividaiyalars from Thangals or an older person experienced in Ayyavazhi is assumed as a Guru ...
Ayyavazhi marriage - Wikipedia
Muthiri kinaru
Muthiri kinaru (Tamil: முத்திரி கிணறு) is the sacred well located in the north-western corner of Swamithoppe village. This is the famous theertha of the temple. It was located half a kilometer west fr...
Muthiri kinaru - Wikipedia
Anna Dharmam
Anna Dharmam is a term used for an Ayyavazhi ritual that involves sharing food without inter-dining. Inter-dining refers to the act of dining within ones own caste, and excluding others. The practice ...