Parvatha Ucchi Malai

The Parvatha Ucchi Malai is a mythycal mountain believed to be near Ayotha Amirtha Gangai as per Akilattirattu Ammanai the source of Ayyavazhi mythology.

As per the tradition after the Krishna Avatar the Avatara Chatam (body taken for the avatar) of Vishnu was placed in this mountain. Then for the Vaikunda Avatharm again this body cleaned up and was taken into the sea by two sages, Kalai Muni and Gnana Muni. Then Ayya Vaikundar incarnates in that body. There was also claims that it was Marunthuvazh Malai so stated in Akilam.


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