Shri Raja Kulshekhar Azhwar was born in Punarvasu nakshatra on shukla paksh dwadasi of the Falgun month at Cholpattan in Kerala (Malabar) state. His father’s name was Dhidavradhan and mother was Nadhanayagi. His father was the King of Chera Rajya (empire).
Akka Mahadevi holds a similar position in the women saints of India similar to the one that is available to Meerabai and Andaal. She was a great devotee of Lord Shiva and sacreficed everything in her life for the love of lord.
Balram was the son of Vasudev and Devaki. He was the elder brother of Lord Krishna. He is said to be the incarnation of “Sheshnag” (the Serpent God on whom Lord Vishnu rests). His weapon was a plough and so he is also called 'Hal-dhar'.
After finishing his studies at the Gurukul, Shri Rama returned to Ayodhya. His father and the three mothers were overjoyed to have the boys back at home.
Ravana’s son Atikaya was finally killed after a fierce and long battle. When his mother Dhanyamalini heard of her son’s death, she cried bitterly. Her sorrow touched an emotional chord in Ravana’s heart. He too was saddened and distressed. Then Meghnad talked to him about
Maharishi Agastya was born as a result of the spilling of the semen of the gods Mitra and Varuna into a pot. When they first beheld the lovely apsara (celestial dancing girl) Urvashi out and about, first Mitra and then Varun (sea-god) ejaculated their semen,
Ahilya is said to have been created by Lord Brahma himself. One day, Brahma imagined the most beautiful woman ever, and lo, Ahilya was created. As she possessed unmatched beauty and extraordinary grace, she was called Ahilya.
Rishi Atri was the human son of Brahma. His sons included Chandra, Durvala, and Dattatreya. His wife was Sati (entirely devoted to her husband) Anasuya, the daughter of Daksha Prajapati. She is greatly revered by women, because her Sat (devotion to her husband) was strong
Vir (brave) Hanuman was the minister and friend of Sugreeva. He is the greatest devotee of Shri Rama, eternally at his service. Hanuman’s father was Kesari and his mother Anjana. She was an Apsara (a celestial damsel), Punjiksthala, in her earlier life. As a result
Jatayu belonged to Shyeni clan of Garuda birds, who were the ones that could fly the highest in the skies. His elder brother was Sampati who came to the Southern seashore in search of Sita. It was he who informed Angad and Hanuman about Sita’s