Although devotion to Ayyappan has been prevalent in Kerala for hundreds of years, in the rest of South India, it has become popular only in recent times in the late 20th century. The iconography of Ayyappan depicts him as a handsome celibate God doing yoga and as an epitome of Dharma , who wears a bell around his neck. In the Hindu pantheon, his legends are relatively recent but diverse. He is honored by Muslims in Kerala, with legends wherein Ayyappan defeats and gains worship of the Muslim brigand Vavar. He was raised by a childless royal couple Rajashekara pandiyan and Koperundevi, and grows up as a warrior yogi champion of ethical and dharmic living. Ayyappan popularity has grown in many parts of India, and the most prominent Ayyappan shrine is at Sabarimala , nestled in the hills of Pathanamthitta of Kerala.
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108 SHARANA GHOSHAM
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November 30, 1 Comment. Ayyappa Ashtothram is a list of names of Sabarimala Ayyappa Swami. The number is significant in Hinduism , Buddhism, and Jainism. The names are chanted along with the sacred prayer beads called Japa mala. Usually, prayer beads have rudraksha beads, which are used for chanting ashtotharam.
108 Names of Lord Ayyappa - Ayyappa Ashtothram