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What is the history of Meimadham Region?

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Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 18 Apr '13 06:20 am
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Meimadham was founded by Brammodhaya Meivazhi "Salai Andavargal". Brammodhaya Salai Andavargal was born in a small Village called Markampatty in Dindugal district on 1857. Brammodhaya Salai Andavargal was a good disciple to Pattaiyar who is said to have lived for almost six hundred years. Pattaiyar had also been the Teacher of Vadalur vallal piran. Meivazhi Salai Andavar first started his Ashram in Madurai District in Tamil Nadu which was later taken over by British Government (during World War II) when India was ruled by British. Later he founded his Ashram in Pudukkottai District. Thereafter he gathered thousands of people as disciples from sixty nine castes from numerous religions who comply with devotion to the principles of Andavar, as demanded in most religions across globe.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 18 Apr '13 06:22 am

 
  
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Meimadham was founded by Brammodhaya Meivazhi "Salai Andavargal". Brammodhaya Salai Andavargal was born in a small Village called Markampatty in Dindugal district on 1857. Brammodhaya Salai Andavargal was a good disciple to Pattaiyar who is said to have lived for almost six hundred years. Pattaiyar had also been the Teacher of Vadalur vallal piran. Meivazhi Salai Andavar first started his Ashram in Madurai District in Tamil Nadu which was later taken over by British Government (during World War II) when India was ruled by British. Later he founded his Ashram in Pudukkottai District. Thereafter he gathered thousands of people as disciples from sixty nine castes from numerous religions who comply with devotion to the principles of Andavar, as demanded in most religions across globe.
Answered by Quest, 18 Apr '13 12:11 pm

 
  
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Meimadham was founded by Brammodhaya Meivazhi "Salai Andavargal". Brammodhaya Salai Andavargal was born in a small Village called Markampatty in Dindugal district on 1857. Brammodhaya Salai Andavargal was a good disciple to Pattaiyar who is said to have lived for almost six hundred years. Pattaiyar had also been the Teacher of Vadalur vallal piran. Meivazhi Salai Andavar first started his Ashram in Madurai District in Tamil Nadu which was later taken over by British Government (during World War II) when India was ruled by British. Later he founded his Ashram in Pudukkottai District. Thereafter he gathered thousands of people as disciples from sixty nine castes from numerous religions who comply with devotion to the principles of Andavar, as demanded in most religions across globe.
Answered by rajan, 18 Apr '13 07:04 am

 
  
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