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It says on this page that "Devayanai" translates to "Divine Elephant" that is, Deva+Aanai. Not correct. Adding "ai" to female names is just something we do in Tamil, like "Seethai" and "Sakuntalai." Nothing to do with elephants. 126.96.36.199 (talk) 15:37, 1 August 2014 (UTC)
Dear anon, besides the two references in the article about "yanai" as elephant.  also notes it. --RedtigerxyzTalk 19:11, 1 August 2014 (UTC)
"Devasena is often described as the daughter of Indra, the king of the gods and is betrothed to Kartikeya by her father, when he becomes the commander-in-chief of the gods." Flow issues, Kartikeya should be linked, fix prose please.
"An interpolation in the southern recensions of the scripture" - Is this really your own words and this seems to be original research without attribution if so.
Full story/para backed by Clothey pp. 83–84; Handelman pp. 44–45--RedtigerxyzTalk 06:15, 8 September 2014 (UTC)
"Both the girls are fated to be married to the god. The elder sister Devasena is born as Amritavalli. She follows the path of traditional Hindu rituals and practices to gain her husband." Prose again. Also confusing.
"...arranged marriage following custom, after Kartikeya triumphs over the demons. " - Again confusing.
 See usage her. Following custom: as per the customs and traditions in Hindu culture.--RedtigerxyzTalk 06:15, 8 September 2014 (UTC)
" Kanda Purana " no link?
(the Tamil version of the Sanskrit Skanda Purana) -> no article exists.--RedtigerxyzTalk 05:53, 8 September 2014 (UTC)
" Meanwhile, Valli is born as Sundaravalli, is adopted by a tribal chieftain and grows up as a huntress. Murugan wins Valli's hand in a colourful way and takes her to Thiruttani." - prose and confusing. What "colourful way"?
"Folk ecal tradition also talks" - Explain "ecal".
Ecal is folk poem, presented as a dialogue of two persons. RedtigerxyzTalk 06:59, 26 September 2014 (UTC)
". In one version, where Devayanai and Valli are sisters, Valli the younger sister tries to woo Murugan, before Devayanai's marriage. As per tradition, the elder sister has to be married off fist." - Prose and typo.
Still the issues really remain... nothing turned up on worship or services? I suppose it is satisfactory if there is really nothing left that you can find though... ChrisGualtieri (talk) 06:40, 5 November 2014 (UTC)