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More complex etymological legends include descent from Indra through a mortal woman, with the child hidden in a maravu idam (secret place). Alternately, legends derive it from marani (sin), for the Maravar's sin of killing without pity.
- Pasumpon Muthuramalinga Thevar, politician active in the Indian Independence Movement, colleague of Subhas Chandra Bose
- Raghunatha Kilavan (1670–1708)
- Vijayaraghunatha Sethupathi
- Muthuramalinga Sethupathi II (1862–1873)
- Bhaskara Sethupathy (1889–1903)
- Raja Rajeswara Sethupathi (1903–1929)
- Shanmugha Rajeswara Sethupathi (1929–1967)
- Ramanatha Sethupathi (1967–1979)
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