- Spiritual revolutionaries of the South
- THE Bhakti movement can be seen as a great revival and reinforcement of the sramanic tradition of spiritual inquiry, subaltern religiosity and social protest.
- Paninian from Paris
- She says its foundation was Vedic, and of its four branches, Kalamukha and Pasupatha came to South India and were popular in Karnataka from the 6th century C.E. onwards.
- Namma Madurai: The one and only pallipadai of Pandya country
- Kalamukha sect priests named as Mahaviradhis settled here and looked after the temple's maintenance and administration. Kalamukhas priests established a mutt in the temple. Because of the presence of the mutt, the village came to be known as ...
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