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Ellai sami, karuppar
Ayyannar is seen as a King, the Lord that sits in the Great Hall and decides the course of the world. He is seen to be the physical aspect of the The Lord for which we have no name. He is also called Grandfather with great affection. He is the Divine emperor.He is also shown with his two wives Purnima and Pushikala.
Veeran is the 2nd in command in Heaven. He is the Protector of the World . He is often prayed to for protection in many villages and communities as a Divine Lord . He protects against any external influences such illness, natural calamites and even crime.
He is also looked upon as a Kuladevata by many who claim protection from him for their families . He will stand and protect them like a father .
Karuppar is the considered the messanger of the Ayyanar. Its Him who comes into oracles and gives messages and solutions to problems that are beyond human comprehension. He has no consorts. He is our ever watchful Father.
Madurai Veeran is widely worshipped in parts of South India where every village will have a temple for guardian deitieson the outskirts,
Madurai Veeranwas a great good knight with thick black moustache, bulging eyes, huge sword,
He is believed to be a warrior in the Southern Indian kingdom of king Pandyan and was appointed as the general in the capitol city of Madurai by the king.
He was an excellent swordsman and got rid of thieves and threats to the kingdom. He was a warrior inspired by the gods to carry out his duties.
He was falsely accused by treason and sentenced to death by the king.
He had a vision of the Mother of universe and she asked of him to accept the sentence and as a result he welcomed death and he was uplifted to the state of a spirit guide by the Mother of universe.
People particularly village people admired him to such an extent that even today they worship him as one of the Gods of Tamilnadu.
Munesesswar Ayya is a actually and band of brothers who guard us in India but also are believed to have crossed the water to protect us in Malaysia and Singapore. They are very popular as protective fathers and guides. They too have no consorts. They are various forms of Rudra .
Noondi Veerar and Muniyandi
Noondi Veerar is one of the brothers who crossed the water but is protrayed as crippled. It is the belief that he fell out of a horse . He is no less a warrior and protects us tirelessly.
Muniyandi is the deity that accepts the sacrifices that are offered to the altars of all these warriors. He is a deity but is the assistant of all the above Ayya that presents our prayers, offerings, thanks and pleas.
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