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The author claims that God woke him up during his sleep and commissioned him to take dictation from what he said. Akilathirattu was recorded on palm leaves until , when it was given printed form. According to the author, the book is the story of God coming in this age, the Kali Yukam or Iron Age, to rule the world by transforming it into that of Dharma Yukam. This story of faith has woven together the historical facts about Ayya Vaikundar and his activities, with reinterpretations of episodes from the Hindu Puranas mythologies and Itihasas epics.

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The author claims that God woke him up during his sleep and commissioned him to take dictation from what he said. Akilathirattu was recorded on palm leaves until , when it was given printed form. According to the author, the book is the story of God coming in this age, the Kali Yukam or Iron Age, to rule the world by transforming it into that of Dharma Yukam. This story of faith has woven together the historical facts about Ayya Vaikundar and his activities, with reinterpretations of episodes from the Hindu Puranas mythologies and Itihasas epics.

It is presented as if Vishnu is narrating the whole story to his consort Lakshmi. Though the Citar Hari Gopalan wrote the book Akilam, as per his claim, he did not know any thing about the contents of the book. As soon as Ayya Vaikundar attained Vaikundam, the tied-up palm leaf text, which was until then not opened was unfolded.

It was there the regulations of Ayyavazhi contains. As per the instructions found there in Akilam, Ayyavazhi was preached by the Citars far and wide.

Style[ edit ] Akilam is in two parts; the first is an account of the ages preceding that of the present age, the Kali Yugam, and the second is an account of the activities of Ayya Vaikundar leading up to his attaining Vaikundam.

Akilathirattu is written as a poem in the Tamil language. The narration alternates between two sub-genres, called Viruttam and Natai. Both the sub-genres employ many poetic devices, such as alliteration and hyperbatons. It contains more than lines. There are seventeen sections:.

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Kottangadu Version Of these three, the Panchalankuricchi Version is believed to have copied by from the main version by Hari Gopalan Citar. The other two versions were copied later. Apart from these the Nariyan vilai Version , Varampetran-pantaram Version , and Saravanantheri Version are the other early palm-leaf versions of Akilam. But of these, the Ayya Vaikundar Thirukkudumbam version is often criticized for adding and removing additional verses from various versions. Some argue that over pages were adulterated.

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The English used in this article or section may not be easy for everybody to understand. You can help Wikipedia by reading Wikipedia:How to write Simple English pages , then simplifying the article. The title is shortened as Akilam. This is the largest Ammanai work. The author says that God woke him up during his sleep and ordered him to take the first words from what he said. Akilathirattu was recorded on palm leaves.

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Akilathirattu Ammanai

The title is shortened as Akilam. This is the largest Ammanai work. The author says that God woke him up during his sleep and ordered him to take the first words from what he said. Akilathirattu was recorded on palm leaves. Then in it was given printed form. According to the author, the book is the story of God coming in this age, the Kali Yukam or Iron Age, to rule the world by transforming it into that of Dharma Yukam.

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Ayyavazhi is classified as a dharmic belief because of its central focus on dharma. The majority of its participants were from marginalized and poor sections of society. After the time of Vaikundar, Ayyavazhi was spread through Akilathirattu Ammanai and his teachings. Some of the Pathis and Nizhal Thangals were established when Vaikundar was alive.

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