(), also called as Pallathu pathi
or Moolakunda pathi
is one of the primary pathi of the Ayyavazhi
, and the second important pilgrim centers of Ayyavazhi, and the place where Ayya Vaikundar
is said to have unified all divine power into himself by symbolic marriages.
According to Ayyavazhi legends, Ayya Vaikundar an incarnation of god, as per the instruction in Vinchai by Narayana
unified six female deities into himself in various forms such as Siva
etc. Because of this events this Pathi
obtain religious importance next to Swamithope pathi
. Before this Pathi there existed a Kali
temple at the very spot. It was changed by Ayya into a Pathi.
Akilam gives, though not more than but almost an equal status and importance for Ambalappathi with Swamithope pathi
after incarnating from the sea came to Detchanam
and carried the Great Tavam
and other incarnational activities. Before, during the Vinchai
Vaikundar promised to Narayana
that he will go to Ambalappathi after completing the incarnational activities in Swamithope
. Narayana sensed that it's time for that. But he also felt that he had no right to order Vaikundar directly. So Narayan decided to remain this indirectly to Vaikundar. For that, he ordered Samala devi
to take away two of the Seven Virgins. When two of them died, the whole mass of people shocked and assembled before Vaikundar.
A man in the midst of the crowd stood up and told about the dream he felt a few days before. As per the... Read More