About Sapthakannis

In 1974, the Saptha (Seven) Kanni (Virgin Angels) Sannidhi (Temple) was consecrated in Melmaruvathur AadhiParaaShakti Siddhar Peetam, Tamil Nadu, India. As with everything else in Melmaruvathur, Saptha Kanniyar (Virgin Mothers) and Their Temple is also very unique, transcends the traditional and emphasizes the fundamental Universal Nature of these Mothers.  

Readers can find lots of information on the net and other sources related to Saptha Kanniyar (Tamil word for Virgin) under the topics of “Seven Angels”, “Saptha Matre”, “Saptha Matrikas”, “Saptha Kannikas”, etc. Also, some of these sources attempt to differentiate between Matrikas, Matre and Virgin Angels, although in reality, They are One and the Same. At Melmaruvathur Siddhar Peetam, the reference relates to the very Origin of the Seven Parivaara Devathaas of Mother AadhiParaaShakti. They are Eternal Virgins and hence the name “Saptha Kannikas”.

Interesting enough is the most mysterious (at least to early and present day Christians) “Revelation of St. John” in The Holy Bible, which significantly centers around the “Seven Angels” demonstrating how Preaching of Lord Jesus Christ portrayed the Oneness or Single Concept of Supreme Universal Energy that Creates, Sustains and Assimilates all forms and formless.

Readers can find lots of information on the net and other sources related to Saptha Kanniyar (Tamil word for Virgin) under the topics of “Seven Angels”, “Saptha Matre”, “Saptha Matrikas”, “Saptha Kannikas”, etc.

Readers can find lots of information on the net and other sources related to Saptha Kanniyar (Tamil word for Virgin) under the topics of “Seven Angels”, “Saptha Matre”, “Saptha Matrikas”, “Saptha Kannikas”, etc.

Readers can find lots of information on the net and other sources related to Saptha Kanniyar (Tamil word for Virgin) under the topics of “Seven Angels”, “Saptha Matre”, “Saptha Matrikas”, “Saptha Kannikas”, etc.