Pathis

Some articles on pathis, pathi:

Ayyavazhi Festivals - Kodiyettru Thirunal
... Kodiyettru Thirunal is common for all Pathis ... There are views that Pathis only should conduct Kodiyetru Thirunal ... right to conduct this festival other than Swamithope pathi ...
Ayyavazhi Phenomenology - In Worship Centers - In Pathis
... Swamithope pathi which is considered to be the head-quarters of Ayyavazhi seems to the largest phenomenological than any other Pathis ... But currently in Swamithope pathi breaking all those two rules, there are separate Panividais for Paradevathai and Paal Payyan, claiming them as the wife and son of him respectively ... In Ambala Pathi there is a separate Panividai for Kali, a folk deity in the Vadakku Vasal, even though Kali is being kept inactive in Vadavamugam as imprisonment ...
Worship Centers Of Ayyavazhi - Pathis - Panchappathis — The Primary Pathis
... The Pathis are calculated as seven including Avatharappathi and Vakaippathi as Akilam call them using the term 'Pathi' and because of they are related to the incarnational ... between the followers in accepting them as equal importance with other Pathis, only the Panchappathis are accepted by the whole mass as Pathis ... Also the List of Pathis from the Swamithoppe, the religious headquarters does not include the Pathis other than Panthappathis ...
Pathi - Architecture and Structure
... Generally Pathis were structurally different from Nizhal Thangals ... Unlike Nizhal Thangals the Pathis were not only considered as mere worship centers but also as holy places ... Also each Pathis have their own significance due to the different activities of Vaikundar at each Pathis ...
Pathi
... Pathi (Tamil பதி - "The place where God is") is the name of the primary centres of congregational worship for the South Indian religious system of Ayyavazhi, having a relatively ... 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 ...