The Arul Nool is a supplement to the Akilattirattu Ammanai, and is likewise considered a holy scripture of Ayyavazhi, an offshoot sect of Hinduism. This book . Chapter 3: Scriptures. Akilattirattu Ammanai · Arul Nool · Ayyavazhi Prayers · Religious Characters. Chapter 4: History. History of Ayyavazhi · History of Pathis . Buy Arul Nool by Ronald Cohn Jesse Russell (ISBN:) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

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The Arul Nool is a supplement to the Akilattirattu Ammanaiand is likewise considered a holy scripture of Ayyavazhi. This book contains the collection of messages given by Ayya Vaikundar to his Disciples Citars or Arulalarkalwhose names are unknown. Since aril are believed to be composed by Arylalarkar, it acquired the name Arulnool.

There is no direct indication within the book regarding the time of its composition. Within this literature, Ukappadippu, Ucchippadippu, Vazhappadippu and Pothippu are prayer formulae used for worship. Chattu Nittolai is a book that is said to contain the Lamentations of Ayya Vaikundar. It laments on the sufferings of Ayya Niol and the sanar people. There are also views that Ayya Vaikundar himself song the content of this book when he came from Thiruchendur.

Ayya Cicarukku chonna pathiram, Ayya Cicarukku chonna Sivakanta atikara pathiram and Tinkalpatam are instructions given to people on various aspects of life, including the conduct of worship. The instructions found in these are generally rephrasings of those that are given in Akilathirattu.

Natuthirvai Ula is a set of predictions for the day of judgementand Kalyana Vazhthu is a song of felicitation to be sung during marriages in honour of the couples. Saptha kannimar padal is another formulation of the story of Seven Virgins given in Akilathirattu, and Panchatevar Urpatthi is about five folk deities named Sivaimargal, believed to be the soldiers of Ayya Vaikundar. The word Ukappadippu in Tamil denotes that ‘the song of the Aeon.

It is present in Arul Nool. This Ukappatippu is not to be confused with Uccippadipputhe noon Prayer. The Ukappadippu consists of six verses, and each was chanted eleven times by the devotees in Pathis and Nizhal Thangals twice a day; at dawn and at dusk after the Panividai. The word Ucchippadippu in Tamil means “Things to be chanted at noontide. This Ucchippadippu is the noon prayer chanted in Ayyavazhi Pathis and Nizhal Thangalsexactly aul This is also found in Arul Nool.

niol The Panchathevar Urppatthi part tells about the situation and the way by which the Sivaimar were created. Adul Natuttheervai Ula part tells about the happenings of the day of final judgement. This Kalyana Vazhthu is the ballad which was sung during the marriages of the followers of Ayyavazhi.

Most of the lines of this part seems as an extract from Akilam. The Arul Nool is a supplement to the Akilattirattu Ammanai, and is likewise considered a holy scripture of Ayyavazhi. Therefore, Ayyavazhi is also considered a Hindu denomination. Accordingly, Vaikundar was the Purna avatar of Narayana.

The following outline is provided as an overview and topic guide to Ayyavazhi: Noool — Indian belief system[1] that originated in South India. Ayyavazhi shares many ideas with Hinduism in its mythology and practice, but differs considerably in its concepts of good and evil and dharma.

While Akilathirattu Ammnai is the primary holy text, Arul Nool is considered the secondary regarding the religious importance.


The Akilam is further scheduled into seventeen sections and the Arul Nool into eleven. Ayyavazhi mythology is the mythology of the growing South Indian religious faith and a sect of Hinduism known as Ayyavazhi. The main source of Ayyavazhi mythology is the Ayyavazhi scripture, Akilattirattu Ammanai, and its supplement, Arul Nool. It is divided into three sections: Pre-incarnational events The pre-incarnational events are mool those that occurred prior to the earthly incarnation of Mayon.

During this time, divine, human and all other virtues flourished without hindrance. They did not fear demons, and there was perfect harmony among the creatures of the Universe, as well as among those qrul lived in the Fourteen Worlds.

In this yuga, the king was righteous and did not oppress his people through arull or other means. The author of the content is unknown. This contains the event’s background and reason for the birth of the seven virgins in the world. Below are the names of Saptha Kannimar: Saptha Kannigal Brahmi, Maheshwari, Kowmaari, Vaishnavi, Indraani, Varaahi and Chaamundi are the deities of this Village and it is believed that they protect their families and aurl from diseases, floods, drought and other calamities.

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They bring prosperity to the people. GPS Coordinate of the Temple Ayyavazhi beliefs are those associated xrul the South Indian religious faith known as Ayyavazhi.

Some of the beliefs of Ayyavazhi are shared with that of Hinduism, and others are unique to Ayyavazhi. Belief in the return of Ayya Vaikundar After the death of Ayya Vaikundar, a palm-leaf text, the Akilattirattu Ammanai, nnool opened, and it revealed instructions and concepts of Ayyavazhi faith and practice.

The section known as Nadutheervai Ula in the Arul Nool predicts that Ayya Vaikundar will return during the final judgement. Another verse in the Pathiram of Arul Nool states: Kali or Kalimayai Belief in Kali Yuga is one of the beliefs that permeate the religious ethos of the followers of Ayyavazhi. Though the belief in kali was in vogue in the sanskritic Hindu religious tradition as well, it operates in a differen Nool may aul to: The ethics of Ayyavazhi are found scattered throughout the primary scripture, Akilattirattu Ammanai.

They are also integrated with the meta-narrative mythography. However, regarding ethics, Arul Nool is considered nook an accumulation and prophecy of the core concepts arull in Akilam. In Akilam, noil ethical abstracts are pointed out as “told by God” at several places at different situations to lesser god-heads, devas, saints etc. Arul Nool constitutes the major role in forming the Ayyavazhi ethics. It gives separately the social as well as divine ethics.

It was believed that many portions of Arul Nool are lost. Neetham Neetham is the primary virtues of Ayyavazhi religion. This is found in Akilattirattu Ammanai in the midst of meta narrative events of eight yugas.

This shows that how the society, its people, the ruling king etc. The Akilam points out this as an The Ayyavazhi symbolism deals with the symbols which are used in or used to represent Ayyavazhi. Though Akilam the scripture of Ayyavazhi does not point arjl any symbol directly, there are a few symbols which are used for representing Ayyavazhi which came into practice gradually. Amongst these, the Lotus with Namam, which is the symbolic summary of Akilam, is the commonly used and most accepted symbol.

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The symbol of the Ayyavazhi is a lotus carrying a flame-shaped white ‘Namam’. The Ayyavazhi includes a corpus of teachings of its aurl Ayya Vaikundar in the form of instructions and slogans found in the religious book Akilattirattu.

Dharmam The teachings on Dharmam have two levels of understanding: It is said in Akilattirattu that people, even while listening to the teachings of Ayya Vaikundar, ‘realised’ that the evil of Kali was gradually being withdrawn from the world and that Dharmam was being established in its stead.

Transposed to the social plane, this principle of Dharmam was considered as the mission of “protecting noo salvaging the lowly, the oppressed.

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This was taught to be the way to seek God. Ayyavazhi rituals are the religious practices prevalent among the followers of Ayyavazhi. Most of them are connected nopl Akilam and Arul Nool and a few, though not associated with the holy books, are practiced for over a century right from the beginning of Ayyavazhi. Some practices are unique for Pathis and some others are common for all worship centres. Forms of worship and the features attendant on them can be said to be manifestations and indicators of the type of religiosity present in a religious universe.

Apart from Basement of Philosophy and Theology, the various religious practices of Ayyavazhi are also the pillars on which it stands to prove its uniqueness. From the sociological point of view, it also strengthens both physically and mentally the socially downtrodden in a religious way.

Several practices evolved in the Ayyavazhi tradition. Religious experience that was existent in Ayyavazhi seems to have expressed itself through certain forms with specific features as said in Akilattirattu Ammanai.

They are seven in number. The Pathis obtain their significance from the fact that Ayya Vaikundar and his religious activities were historically associated with them. There are seven Pathis, “Seven places where God is” which appeared during the time of Ayya Vaikundar.

According to Akilattirattu Ammanai the source of Ayyavazhi mythology, these Pathis are the places where Ayya Vaikundar performed the Avatara Ekanai a means of divine revelation. These are the sacred places for the people of Ayyavazhi. These five Pathis are collectively called as Panchappathis. Some times Vakaippathi and Avatharappathi is added to this list. The Palaramachandran Version was the ever first published version of Akilam, the scripture of Ayyavazhi by Thankaiyah.

It was published in and thus become the second printed work to be published in Ayyavazhi after the Arul Nool. There is another opinion that this version was first published in This was released verifying the palm-leaf version of Swamithope. This version includes various sub-sections from the other versions but much more limited in number. But unlike other versions, it will not part the contents to seventeen sections.

It was first published as two parts and from the second edition onwards combined and published as a single book.

So far, eleven editions have been released, the latest in Many lines found in the palm leaf versions are omitted throughout all editions making the relationships between them extremely complex. VivekanandanAkilathirattu Ammanai Moolamum Uraiyum, This is a list of famous manuscripts. Columba Codex Amiatinus, Vulgate, c.

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