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Ayyappan is a Hindu deity who is believed to be an incarnation of Dharma Sasta, the offspring of Shiva and Vishnu.Ayyappa's annual festival is a time of pilgrimage for ever-growing numbers of men from throughout South India. The most prominent and famous Ayyappan shrine is the one at Sabarimala, in the hills of Pathanamthitta in Kerala, with over 70 million devotees visiting it every year, making it one of the largest pilgrimage sites in the world. I Invite any picture relating to this Ayyappans adoration.Any images of Ayyappans Temples and devotees arewelcomed.
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