Moyinkutty Vaidyar acquired scholarship in theology and allied religious subjects from the native Othupalli and Dars. He completed his religious study from Wandoor Jamaat Mosque. Being a member of Physician family, he learnt Sanskrit from his father and other local scholars. Vaidyar learnt Tamil language and literature from a local poet and scholar Chulliyan Beerankutty. During his life time there were a number of Persian scholars at Takiya, particularly Nizamuddin Miya. Nizamuddin a learned scholar and prolific writer in Persian and Hindustani languages  was his tutor in Persian studies. Moyinkutty Vaidyar learnt Malayalam from local traditional Malayalam Pandit Velu Ezhuthachan. He had working knowledge in Kannada, Telugu languages also. Moyinkutty Vaidyar studied the available classical literature and medical works in sanskrit such as ‘Ashtanga Hridaya’, Charaga, Sushrutha, Meghasandesham, Ramayana, Krishna Ghadha, Mahabharatha, Krishnan’s leela, Thullal writings etc. His wide reading and interaction with scholars like Nizamuddin Miya and Tamil Pulavar Scholars and Poets like Abubakar Pulavar, Hamza Labba, Abdul Majid Masthan, Abdul Kader Mastan, Gunamkudi Mastan and so on sowed the seeds of his poetic composition.  His texts are living examples of the influence of Indo-Persian  traditions, Myths and stories. He was aware of Hindustani Ragams and Tamil or Dravidian musical legacy.

Moyinkutty Vaidyar married Thalayanchery Fathimakkutty, a lady of noble birth and poetic talents. He had three children. The eldest son died in childhood. His second son Ahammed Kutty Vaidyar was born in 1879. He earned name and fame as a poet. Ahammed Kutty Vaidyar had no children. Moyinkutty Vaidyar’s daughter Kunhamina had no children. There fore, Moyinkutty Vaidyar had no direct dessentants. His brothers’ and cousins families are living at Kondotty and other places. Moyinkutty Vaidyar’s pen name is Fayyal Thabib(the son of a physician) or Thabib Fayyal. Mahakavi Moyinkutty Vaidyar breathed his last on 13th Shahban 1309 A.H/March 12, 1892.