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Akilam seven

The Akilam seven is the seventh sub-section of Akilattirattu Ammanai the Primary scripture of Ayyavazhi. This is considered a bit more important to all previous sections during religious studies since the events and plans related to Pre-Incarnational activities of Vaikundar starts from here onwards. However Akilam eight, the following section at the end of which the Ayyavazhi and Hindu myths disassociate is treated with higher importance than this.

This part contains the primary events of preparations to the incarnation of Vaikundar. It also contains the events of Jail to Kali, acceptance of Seven Virgins to took birth in the world etc.


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