Marunthuvazh Malai

MaruthwamalaVaikunda Pathi
The Marundhuvazh Malai also known as the Marundhu Vazhum Malai ("the abode of medicinal herbs"), forms the part and the southernmost tip of the Western Ghats of Agasteeswaram taluk of Kanyakumari district.wikipedia
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Western Ghats

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The Marundhuvazh Malai also known as the Marundhu Vazhum Malai ("the abode of medicinal herbs"), forms the part and the southernmost tip of the Western Ghats of Agasteeswaram taluk of Kanyakumari district.
The range starts near the Songadh town of Gujarat, south of the Tapti river, and runs approximately 1600 km through the states of Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu ending at Marunthuvazh Malai, at Swamithope, near the southern tip of India.

Narayana Guru

Sree Narayana GuruSri Narayana GuruGurudevan
Narayana Guru attained enlightenment while undergoing penance (tapas) at this hill.
Later, he continued his wanderings until he reached the Pillathadam cave at Maruthwamala where he set up an hermitage and practiced meditation and yoga for the next eight years.

Parvatha Ucchi Malai

This hill is also believed to be noted in Ayyaavazhi mythology as Parvatha Ucchi Malai.
There was also claims that it was Marunthuvazh Malai so stated in Akilam.

Agastheeswaram

AgasteeswaramAgatheeswaramAgaththiccuram
The Marundhuvazh Malai also known as the Marundhu Vazhum Malai ("the abode of medicinal herbs"), forms the part and the southernmost tip of the Western Ghats of Agasteeswaram taluk of Kanyakumari district.

Kanyakumari district

KanyakumariKanniyakumari districtKanniyakumari
The Marundhuvazh Malai also known as the Marundhu Vazhum Malai ("the abode of medicinal herbs"), forms the part and the southernmost tip of the Western Ghats of Agasteeswaram taluk of Kanyakumari district.

Sanjeevi

Sanjeevi Paravatha
According to tradition, the Maruthuva Malai is a fragment of the Sanjeevi Mountain, a piece of which fell down here, and it was carried by Hanuman from Mahendragiri to Lanka for healing the fatal wounds of Lakshmana, the brother of Rama, the epic hero.

Hanuman

Lord HanumanAnjaneyaMaruti
According to tradition, the Maruthuva Malai is a fragment of the Sanjeevi Mountain, a piece of which fell down here, and it was carried by Hanuman from Mahendragiri to Lanka for healing the fatal wounds of Lakshmana, the brother of Rama, the epic hero.

Mahendragiri

Mahendragiri Hills
According to tradition, the Maruthuva Malai is a fragment of the Sanjeevi Mountain, a piece of which fell down here, and it was carried by Hanuman from Mahendragiri to Lanka for healing the fatal wounds of Lakshmana, the brother of Rama, the epic hero.

Lanka

Laṅkāhis kingdomLanka Dipa
According to tradition, the Maruthuva Malai is a fragment of the Sanjeevi Mountain, a piece of which fell down here, and it was carried by Hanuman from Mahendragiri to Lanka for healing the fatal wounds of Lakshmana, the brother of Rama, the epic hero.

Lakshmana

LakshmanLaksmanaLaxmana
According to tradition, the Maruthuva Malai is a fragment of the Sanjeevi Mountain, a piece of which fell down here, and it was carried by Hanuman from Mahendragiri to Lanka for healing the fatal wounds of Lakshmana, the brother of Rama, the epic hero.

Rama

Lord RamaRamRāma
According to tradition, the Maruthuva Malai is a fragment of the Sanjeevi Mountain, a piece of which fell down here, and it was carried by Hanuman from Mahendragiri to Lanka for healing the fatal wounds of Lakshmana, the brother of Rama, the epic hero.

Myth

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Apart from the Mythology, this hill is historically related to the life of Vaikundar.

Ayya Vaikundar

VaikundarAyyaVaikunda Swami
Apart from the Mythology, this hill is historically related to the life of Vaikundar.

Arul Nool

UkappadippuUcchippadippuKalyana Vazhthu
Backing some quotes from Arul Nool and Akilam some even argue that Marundhuvaazh Malai is one among the Vaikundapathi's.

Akilathirattu Ammanai

Akilattirattu AmmanaiAkilamAkilam eight
Backing some quotes from Arul Nool and Akilam some even argue that Marundhuvaazh Malai is one among the Vaikundapathi's.

Ayyavazhi mythology

Neetiya YukamAyyavazhiAkilam based mythology

Historical Vaikundar

He use to meditate regularly during evenings at Marunthuvazh Malai.

Swami Vishudhananda

He is noted for preserving Maruthwamala at Sivagiri where Sree Narayana Guru used to meditate.

Ayyavazhi

Ayyavazhi religionayya
There is disagreement among followers of Ayyavazhi regarding the holiness of some other Pathis, such as Vaikunda Pathi and Avathara Pathi.

Kanyakumari

Cape ComorinKanniyakumariKanya Kumari
This chunk of earth is called Marunthuvazh Malai, literally "hills where medicine lives".

Sentratisai Ventraperumal version

Sentrathisai Ventraperumal
Also as per this version Mudisoodum Perumal was not the son of the Ponnu Madan, Veyilal couple and was a baby got from Marunthuvazh Malai when they were out there for gathering wood for cooking.

Pathi

Pathis
Regarding Marunthuvazh Malai, an attempt is made there to kill Vaikundar by adding poison to milk.