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Legend Vishnumaya


By performing powerful poojas to the Kaliyuga varada Lord Sree Vishnumaya Kuttichathan Swamy, devotees who are experiencing major challenges with their love, enemies, business, profession, family relationships, land conflicts, and selling might discover immediate and lasting remedies. With the help of our powerful poojas, a devotee of Vishnumaya will receive blessings such as peace of mind, career success, and family well-being.


All-wise Saghatavar, a famous sage, lived by himself in a hermitage in the lovely woodland next to the Gomati river. He was devastated to see that his kid Viswakethu had all the negative traits. The sage expelled his son from the hermitage because of the transgressions his son had made. Another section of the world was experiencing a tragic drama at the same time. Keyoori, the sole child of Mahishasura clan member Vikalasuran, was strolling around the garden picking flowers when she met a handsome young man and fell in love with him. Without anybody else knowing, the Princess married the young guy, not knowing that he was a Gandharva. However, Vikalasuran quickly learned of Keyoori and the Gandharva's connection and, in a fit of rage, killed the Gandharva. Keyoori, who had brought shame upon the Asura clan, was restrained and abandoned in the woods. In the jungle, Viswakethu—who had been banished from the hermitage—and Keyoori—who had been expelled from the palace met. They lived happily in the forest. Keyoori was seen by the Vikalasuran soldiers at that very moment. When the soldiers informed Vikalasuran of this, he gave them the order to locate Keyoori and bring her before him. Then Vikalasuran imprisoned her in a subterranean dungeon. Sukracharya had a transcendental vision after learning of the incidents, which revealed how Keyoori's unborn child would be essential to the final annihilation of the Asuras. He gave Vikalasuran the order to leave Keyoori in the woods. Keyoori, who was once more abandoned in the wilderness, eventually found a hermitage and begged for some drinking water after being exhausted from hunger and thirst. It was Saghatavar's hermitage, who was Viswakethu's father. In accordance with the custom of receiving guests, the hermitage's residents offered her a warm welcome and food. When Saghatavar arrived at the hermitage, he noticed that Keyoori was expecting a kid and knew that the child would kill all the sages. Thus, Saghatavar gave the other sages the order to carry out an homam (the giving of sacred objects in a fire of sacrifice while reciting mantras) in order to exterminate Keyoori. When the sages began the homam, an evil vision emerged from the sacrificial basin's dark smoke. The apparition was asked by the sages to consume Keyoori. However, it declined to consume Keyoori, who was pregnant. The apparition then sent a black beetle into Keyoori's womb using its left eye to make one. Keyoori gave birth to a boy very immediately. Viswakethu arrived at the scene at that moment, but Keyoori had already been devoured by the apparition. The arrows of Vikalasuran's warriors also killed Viswakathu. A tribal hunter who had come to collect wild honey from the jungle came across the abandoned youngster. He observed that the boy's right palm was tightly clasped and that blood was dripping from it.When the hunter opened the tiny palm, he saw a strange-looking beetle (Bhrumgam) lying dead within. The hunter removed the insect, but the palm mark persisted. The child was given the name Bhrumgan because of the presence of the bhrumgam mark on his hand. The boy's parents started coming to visit him as ghosts as he grew up in the hunter's home. Even when he was young, a burning desire to destroy both the clans of the Sages and the Asuras became strong in his head as he came to understand that they were the ones who had made him an orphan. Because of this, Bhrumgan did penance in order to appease Brahma.


Mahadeva and Sree Parvathi adopted the personas of sages in order to explore the world as pilgrims. After passing through forests where the trees and plants had dried up from a lack of rain, they arrived at a forest called Koolikundan. The king of the foresters known as the Mala Arayans, Marathan, welcomed the pilgrims and escorted them to his palace. Then he instructed them to construct a hermitage next to the Kooliyar (Kooli River) and stay there for a while. Accepting Marathan's invitation, they made the decision to stay. Koolivaka was the name of Marathan's lovely young daughter. She had the beauty of one of the damsels of the Devas because she was endowed with all the qualities of youth. By chance, Koolivaka was bathing in the river at night under the full moon when Sree Parameshwaran noticed her. Sree Parameshwaran was struck by desire as he gazed upon the lovely girl with all of her alluring characteristics and asked her if he may spend some time alone with her in that lovely setting. The maiden was puzzled by this request. In order to keep her virginity, she said, she was having her monthly period. As soon as she was done and when she was clean, she vowed to return in four days and disappeared inside the Palace. In an effort to maintain her virginity, Koolivaka started to worship the Devi. Sree Parvathy was her patron. Sage Narada, who was aware of all that had occurred in the past, present, and future, was aware of Koolivaka's devotion to Sree Parvathy. Sage Narada informed Sree Parvati that the time had come for that incarnation to be born since Bhrumgasura, who had to be destroyed, was terrorising the Devaloka. In order to accomplish a crucial goal, he pleaded with her to preserve the virginity of her devoted Koolivaka while also making it possible for the incarnation to take place. Sree Parvathy arrived at the designated location under the guise of Koolivaka, the forest girl, to safeguard the virginity of her devotee and to prepare the ground for the birth of Sree Chathan, who was Sree Bhootanadhan. Sree Parameshwaran was so overcome with emotion that he was unable to recognise Sree Parvathy as the girl who had approached him. He thought she was Koolivaka and associated with her.


Chathan Swami was born to Sree Parvathy after three and a fourth Nazhika (a unit of time, where one Nazhika is equivalent to 24 minutes) of pregnancy. The Goddess then revealed what had occurred to Koolivaka, one of her followers. She then granted Koolivaka the charge of rearing the child and handed the mark and decorations of Kailas to the infant. Koolivaka, who was still a virgin, began to produce milk from her breasts by God's grace. With the aid ofthe forest maiden's milk, Chathan grew into a brilliant young man. There was a wild bison that posed a threat to the local foresters as well as the other animals. It eventually arrived to attack Koolivaka as well. Chathan made the decision to manage the bison that had assaulted his foster mother with the help of his friend Karineelapetta Karimkutty. The Bison was subdued after a fierce battle in the Rudra forest. Chathan transformed the bison into his vehicle and approached his foster mother while riding it. With this event, Chathan rose to fame as the forest's hero. The masters in the jungle taught the son of Kailasam the arts of magic and combat. By the time he was eight years old, he had grown into a well-built and robust man who was loved by his foster mother and all the creatures in the forest. All the while, the Devas were patiently waiting for the right moment for Chathan to carry out the obligations connected to his incarnation while still strangely tolerating Bhrumgasura's misdeeds.


The personification of wrath, Bhrumgasura, the son of Siva, who had received the blessing from Brahma that he should not be killed by any weapon, was to be killed by the incarnation, also known as Kukshi Shasthavu in Sanskrit and Kuttichathan in Malayalam. He met Sage Narada while riding his Bison through the forest, playing his favourite musical instrument, the Eezhaara, and admiring the beauty of the surroundings. Sage Narada was holding the Veena. Chathan learned from the Sage that his purpose in life was to murder Bhrumgasura. Chathan soon left for Kailasam after receiving his foster mother's approval. He quickly arrived at Kailaasam while riding his Bison thanks to his supernatural abilities. He used his Maya to transform into Vishnu and bowed down to Parameshwara, who was surrounded by his Bhootaganas followers. When Paramashiva awoke from his meditation slumber, he blessed him by placing his palms on his head and making him sit on his lap. Then, Lord Shiva declared that he would also be known as Vishnumaya because he had taken the shape of Vishnu with his Maya.


Sree Mahadeva talked with his son about the earth's creation, evolution, current state, and ultimate destruction. He also instructed him on how to attain salvation by devotion, education, and meditation. He announced that his son's mother, the personification of all power, had arrived. Make a show of yourself in her presence. In order to hear his mother's soothing, adoring voice, he knelt down in front of her as he approached her. The power figure gripped him tightly and made him sit on the mother's lap. She continued by explaining to her son that Bhrumgasuran has been causing problems for the world for a while because he is bolstered by the blessings he received from Brahma. Your birth was intended to kill him. The enormous power I possess is what I put upon you. Devi gave him advice on issues pertaining to illusionist techniques and military tactics as well. Additionally, she gave him two small sticks, which proved crucial in battle. Devi, the mother of the entire world, gave her son permission to kill Bhrumgasura.


Sree Chathanswami returned to his foster mother, Koolivaka, following his visit to Kailasam. A little while later, Sage Narada, who had also been to Kailasam, arrived at Bhrumgasura's palace. The sage informed the King that he had selected a suitable girl after receiving a cordial welcome. Even the damsels of heaven could not compare to her beauty. The Sage then revealed that the girl was the daughter of the tribal leader of the Koolikund forest, King Marathan. Even though he was the strongest man, the Sage then told him that he would never be able to defeat Koolivaka. Hearing this made Bhrumgasura furious. He questioned the Sage as to why it would be so difficult for him to acquire a meek forest lady for himself when he had tormented even the Devas. To capture Koolivaka and bring her to him, he promptly dispatched an army. The army of the Asura came upon Karimkutty and his friends, who had been Chathan Swami's constant companion, at the edge of the jungle. The Asura's army was forced to retreat after a brief battle after being defeated. Because of this, the Asura king gathered a larger army and set out to seize Koolivaka. Through the use of his transcendental power, Sree Chathan learned that the Asura King was coming for a confrontation. He enclosed the forest with a wall of closely spaced trees using his magical abilities to keep the army of Asura out. The Koolikund forest was impenetrable for the Asura army. To clear a path into the jungle, Bhrumgasuran gave the soldiers the command to fell trees. The Asura was shocked to observe that as each tree was cut down, there were still more trees. Nevertheless, he gave the order for the soldiers to burn the woodland. Sree Chathan was furious upon witnessing the Asura's deed and prayed to his parents and teachers before climbing to the top of the Koolikunnu to pour some water on the raging fire. The fire had been put out in a flash.


When Bhrumgasuran turned to look, he saw a boy standing on top of the hill and then heard someone laughing. The Asura immediately began speaking disrespectfully to him. But he soon understood that despite being a boy, he was not a typical adult. Without wasting any time in discourse, Bhrumgasuran sounded the trumpet to declare the beginning of a war. The conflict that ensued caused the entire world to tremble. The sound of arrows shooting from both sides reverberated over the battlefield. Blood dripped to the ground after an arrow pierced Chathan's right hand's little finger on the seventh day. Four hundred Kuttichathans appeared out of nowhere. It was impossible to identify the genuine Chathan because they all shared the same appearance. Bhrumgasuran, perplexed by this, began utilising the 10 unique arrows he had obtained from Brahma. One of the Chathans would capture and swallow each of these special arrows as it approached them in order to keep it from striking the ground. By doing this, they committed themselves in order to guarantee Sree Chathan Swami, their leader, would triumph. Ten of the Kuttichathans committed suicide, ending the unique arrowsas well. Bhrumgasura was standing there unsure of what to do, so Sree Chathan made the decision to utilise the two rods Sree Parvathy had given him. The two sticks approached Asura's chest from opposite directions and began striking the areas where his life had been divided in two. The Asura could not endure the brutal beatings from the two sticks. The Asura lost his ability to stand the pain and died by falling. Sree Chathan Swami remained on earth as a defender of his followers after completing the task for which he had taken incarnation.


Aeons ago, the royal domains of Malayalakkara (Kerala) occasionally waged war. Chazoor, one of the Cochin State's princely republics, was defeated in nearly all of the battles. The ruler of the land realised he needed an army general who would lead his troops with loyalty, patriotism, and military prowess. The search for a reliable individual to lead the troops was still ongoing. The Chirakkal Kovilakam King finally pledged to dispatch Konnamooppan, one of his commanders who was recognised for his military strength as well as his ability to lead. The Goddess, who was pleased with her devotee's penance, instructed the Moola. Manthram to summon Chathan to appear before him and the Dhyana Manthram to perform daily worship for him. The Naga Sages' counsel led him to travel to the Himalayas, where he began a rigorous penance. Soon after, Vishnumaya Kuttichathan Swami appeared before him, taking the god with him back to Peringottukara. Following that, according to history, the princely state, led by Konnacharyan, won all wars with the neighbouring states and annexed them to the Chazoor Kingdom. The historic Kanadi family home is located where Konnamuthappan was granted permission to live, run his martial arts academy, and dedicate his deity, the Vishnumaya Chathan, who was always visible to the commander, without paying any taxes. The current spiritual preceptor and oldest male family member, Brahmasree Vishnubharatheeya Swami, is a Konnamuthappan descendant (Konnacharyamuni). Even now, a number of copper plates and Palmyra leaves bearing inscriptions praising Konnacharya Swami are kept as a treasure at Kanadi Kavu. It continues to be a wonder that even in this time dominated by scientific ideas, many devotees who arrive at Kanadi Kavu with their worries and complaints find themselves relieved of their burdens and are shown a better life by Lord Vishnumaya, who protects those who pray to him and punishes those who disobey him. Only personal experience may inspire belief. What you have been told and what is deemed hearsay won't endure long. The foundation for eternal belief is experience.


The Blahayil Thampuran, who held complete authority over the territory and its inhabitants, was in charge of the temple at Triprayar. Around the year 1000 in the Malayalam Era, the temple was forced to close for six years due to some family problems, according to history. To discover the reality behind some of the family's misfortunes, an astrological consultation was arranged. During the conversation, it became evident that the Lord in Triprayar was dissatisfied with the temple's closing and had been communicating this to the family through Chathan. In order to appease their discontent and save Konnamuthappan's family, theBlahayil Thampuran sent an emissary to Konnamuthappan. The day and hour of the pooja drew near. The rituals were being performed. In the last moments, Konnacharyan claimed to have knowledge of the red-hot iron chain that the Thampuran had kept in a corner of the complex as a means of testing Chathan. When the secret was thus revealed to the public, the Thampuran was astounded. The red hot chain was then worn around Konnacharyan's neck.


Though there are no dedicated idols for Hanuman Swami and Chathan Swami on either side of the sanctum sanctorum, followers of the Lord at Thriprayar believe that they serve as guardians for Sree Rama Swami. The traditional orchestra and a retinue accompany the parade of the Lord of Thriprayar to the Aarattupuzha Pooram, stopping at Kanadi Kavu for the customary "Para ''. From the time of the "Para '' till the Lord of Thriprayar comes to his temple the following day, no poojas will be performed at Kanadi Kavu. According to popular belief, Chathan Swami will travel with the Lord of Thriprayar.


It has been a long-standing custom for pilgrims travelling to Sabarimala to undertake the necessary traditional penances, from the start of Vrischikam to the Makarasamkramam, before coming to Sree Vishnumaya Kuttichathan Kavu to pray and get the Swami's blessings. They think that Chathan Swami will be there to care for them and protect them when they travel to Sabarimala bearing the twin bundle, which is thought to reflect the weight of the sins from the previous lives and the challenges encountered in this one.

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