Muthukumara Swamigal of Courtallam has in his possession a mystical Jeeva Nadha Brahma Suvadi which he was gifted with by Agathiyar in 1997. He had been interviewed by Arul of ZeeTamil network, its transcript I have posted at http://agathiyarvanam.blogspot.com/2014/08/nambinal-nambungal-episode-23-july-30.html.
Vijayalakshmi Ravichandran messaged me 14 hours ago that she was at Courtallam and had met Muthukumara Swamigal. She was blessed to see him conduct puja too. She wrote that she would be having her reading the following day.
While with Muthukumara Swamigal, he took her to Agathiyar's patham or imprint of Agathiyar's Holy feet where they did puja for Agathiyar. The Swami says that there are six numbers of such pathams in these hills. He also took her to the Murugan temple now standing at the spot where Agathiyar first arrived. Agathiyar had combined red and white sand to form a Shivalinga and performed puja there. There is no abhishekam or libation for this Shivalinga though.
The Swami also brings the public to the snake's den where the Jeeva Nadha Brahma Suvadi had originally materialized from soil picked up from the den. He brings them twice a year to this spot where pooja is conducted. The next puja will be performed on 12 December 2014.
Vijayalakshmi Ravichandran was also told that the Swami conducts puja at the famed Shenbaga Devi Amman Temple in Courtallam during midnight.
The Swami will be in Singapore in February of 2015. She came to know that he has been to Malaysia some two years back.
|The Courtallam Falls|
|Agathiyar at Kuttraleswarar temple.|
When I was taken on a mystical journey to caves, samadhis and temples of Siddhas by Tavayogi Thangarasan Adigal, Tavayogi brought me to the Kuttraleshawarar temple too.
He took me straight to the rare of the temple where there was a temple for Agathiyar. He immediately began singing the hymns for Siddhas that I had become accustomed to by then. As I sat together with my brother and Tavayogi on the cold floor, I thought I saw Agathiyar blink his eyes. They were human eyes. I got up and moved closer to view the granite statue of Agathiyar. Agathiyar was indeed looking at me! I turned to Tavayogi, but before I could say anything, he hushed me up and led me out of the temple saying, "He has opened his eyes to see you, right? Now lets move on", never giving me a moment to investigate, ponder, analyse nor discuss about the miracle that I was shown.