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  • that of a temple. They obtain their significance from the fact that Ayya Vaikundar and his activities were historically associated with them. There are
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  • Ayya Vaikundar அய்யா வைகுண்டர், is a Manu (father, sovereign) avatar (the incarnation of a deity) of the Lord Narayana according to Akilattirattu Ammanai
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  • Ayyavazhi, and the place where Ayya Vaikundar is said to have performed the Tavam. According to Ayyavazhi , Ayya Vaikundar , an incarnation of Lord Narayana
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  • This story of faith has woven together the historical facts about Ayya Vaikundar and his activities, with reinterpretations of episodes from the Hindu
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  • felt in India's southern districts of Tamil Nadu. Introduction Ekam Ayya Vaikundar Sivam Sakthi Narayana Thalaimaippathi Panchappathi Pathis Nizhal Thangals
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  • The Ayya Vaikunda Avataram is a festival celebrated by the followers of Ayyavazhi on the 20th day of the Tamil Month of Masi, the date on which the Ayyavazhi
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