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Swamithoppe (alternate spelling Swamithope) is a town that lies southeast of the City of Nagercoil, the capital of the District of Kanyakumari in the State of Tamil Nadu, at the extreme southern tip of India. Swamithope lies about half-way between the cities of Nagercoil and Kanniyakumari on the Nagercoil-Kanniyakumari road. It also lies 8 km (5 mi) north-west of Cape Comerin.
Swamithoppu is a synonym for this town, as used in the holy book, Akilathirattu Ammanai of the Ayyavazhi religion. Swamithoppu is the name earned by the village Tamarikulam being the origin of the Ayyavazhi religion in the mid-nineteenth century.
Swamithoppe is also the home for the Swamithope Pathi, the religious head-quarters of Ayyavazhi religion. Also this is one of the most important pilgrim centers of Ayyavazhi which attracts huge crowd from all over the country.

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