The Great Vellala Yogi Sivarajayogi Ayya Swami Thiruvadikal was the Guru of
Ayya Vaikundan, Sri Narayana Guru , Chattampi Swamikal and Ayyankali.
He was the First and the Greatest social reformer of Kerala.
He was a Yogi cum Family man. Ayya Swamikal started "Panthbhojanam" (inte-dining) in Kerala during 19th century even before Mahatma Gandhi thought of it.
He argued that any Yogi could install idols in temples, that inspired Sreenarayan Guru to install idols of Siva.
"Oru jathy, oru matham ,oru Daivom" is the Malayalam translation of Ayyaswamy’s teaching . Sri Narayan Guru popularized the slogan.
The Thycaud Ayyaswami Trust & Temples are made in memory of this
Great Guru of Guru.
The original name of Ayya Swamikal was Subbarayan.
He lived during the period of 1814-1909.
His parents were Sri. Muthukumaran (Nakalapuram-TN) and Smty .Rugmini Ammal (Kollam). He was Manager of Thycaud Residency.
Chempazhanthy Nanu (Sree NarayanaGuru,
Kollur Kunjan Pillai (Chattampi Swamikal
Swayam Prakasa Yogini Amma Kollathamma
A.R.Raja Raja Varma,
Thottahil Raman Kaniyar
Thakkala Peer Mohammad
Velutheri Kesavan Vaidhyar
Makkadi Labba etc.etc ( more than 50 )
Ulloor amarntha Guhan
Ramayanam Bala khandom
Ente Kasi yathraPazhani vybhavom
Hanuman pamalai Ramayanam pattu
Ujjayani mahakali pancharatnam
The Doctrine he propagated
"Intha ulakathile orae oru jathy than, Orae oru matham than, orae oru kadavul than”
1.Sivarajayogi Thycaud Ayyaswami Thuruvadikal- (1960) A.C.Raja
2.Brhamasree Thycaud Ayyaswamikal-Ayyamission(1974) Thiruvananthapuram
3.Sree Narayana Guru Sathavarshika Smaraka Grantham(1954)
4.Upahara Mala (1950)-Salkavi P.K.Kesavan
5.Sree Narayan Gurudevan(1971)-P.Parameswaran
7.Thiruvithamkoorile Mahanmar(1121)-Sooranadu Kunjan Pillai
8.Albutha Sidhan Sree Narayana Parama Guru(1974)-VidhvanK.E.Neelakondan
9.Vivekodayam (1084 Karkidakom)-Kesari BalaKrishna Pillai
10.upahara Malika( 20.4.1950)-Kesari Bala Krishna Pillai
12.Chattampi swamikalum Navothanavum-K.G.neelakandan Nair
13.Sree Narayan Paramahamsan-Pandit K.K.Panicker
14.Narayana guru (1978)-Prof.M.K.Sanu