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Subject: Ayyavazhi, Pathi, Mutta Pathi, Ayyavazhi holy sites, Thuvayal Thavasu, Worship centers of Ayyavazhi, Outline of Ayyavazhi, Timeline of Ayyavazhi history, Muthiri kinaru
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Vakaippathi, one among the Panchappathis is a holy site for the People of Ayyavazhi.

Vakaippathi is the place situated 4 km northeast to Kanyakumari in the seashore near vattakkotai. This is the place where 700 families from Swamithoppe were sent to Thuvayal Thavasu by Ayya Vaikundar; they were later known as Thuvayal Pantarams. This pathi is not included in Pancha pathis.

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Coordinates: 8°7′25.37″N 77°33′44.18″E / 8.1237139°N 77.5622722°E / 8.1237139; 77.5622722

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