Kula Deivam: (i) Chelliamman (aka Selliyamman), Konnayur (aka Konnayar), Eluchipalayam, Tiruchengode to Rasipuram Road; (ii) Azhagunachi Amman, Anjur, Muthur; (iii) Periaya Amman and Chinna Ammam, Hanumanpalli (aka Anumanpalli), Erode; and (iv) Pon Kaliamman (pongiatha), Elumathur, Erode
குலதெய்வம்: (i) செல்லியம்மன், கொன்னையூர், எளச்சிபாளையம், திருசெங்கோடு- ராசிபுரம் ரோடு; (ii) அழகுனாச்சி அம்மன், அஞ்சூர், முத்தூர்; (iii) பெரியம்மன் சின்னம்மன், அனுமன்பள்ளி, ஈரோடு; (iv) பொன் காளியம்மன், எழுமாத்தூர், ஈரோடு
Sellan Kulam is called Ezhukarai Sellan Kulam after the 7 brothers who were leaders of this clan. It is said that once Muthali Kamindan, the eldest of the seven brothers, along with his troops went to Dharapuram in response to a request from the king Krishna Deva Raya to suppress dacoits and other trouble makers in that region. He won the battle and in honor to that Krishna Deva Raya gave Muthali Kaminadam the title to rule the Paruthipalli County. He built a temple in Paruthipalli and worshiped Alagu Naachi Amman as his kuladeivam. His followers were called Sellan Kulam Pangalis of Paruthipalli. Paruthipalli is located near Mallasamudram and Tiruchengode.
Sellan Kootam is one of the large Kongu Vellala Gounder Kulam widely spread in the area of Tirchengode, Tirupur, Nammakkal, Karur and Erode.