chun^dharar was splendoring as a charming youth saluting the Brilliant Beauty that shares to Its left the Pretty pArvati - the best of the womankind. thambirAn thOzar thought of the friend chEramAn perumAL (1) whose love and devotion symphonized with his. He left thiruvArUr saluting the Lord shankara to see the spiritual associate. On the way to the mountainous keraLa he crossed the koN^gu state. In the town thiruppukkoLiyUr he heard the sounds of joy and weep from two opposite houses simultaneously emanating like the two swings of the life. He was told by the local people that there were two five year old children in those houses. One was eaten up by a crocodile. The house of the one survived was celebrating his upa n^ayanam(spiritual sight giving) while the other family cried in remembrance of the lost boy. chun^dharar's heart of love where the Merciful mR^iDhaadorned, melted in grace for that family. Coming to know about the arrival of n^AyanAr that couple hiding their sorrow, saluted him and welcomed. Determined to drive away their sorrow by the Divine's Grace he sang the Lord of avinAshi at the lake where the boy was eaten up. The marvel occurred by His Grace, the crocodile spitted out the boy as he would have grown through the years if he had not been eaten by the crocodile ! The thrilled mother ran to hug and kiss her boy. They saluted chun^dharar perumAn and he saluted the shiva perumAn.
Finding the bliss in the Feet of the Father Who wears feathers on the flowing jets of hair in the abodes of the west that were on the way, thampirAn thOzar reached in the chEra kingdom. Delighted to hear his dear friend arrived the devotional emperor perumAkkOdhaiyAr rushed to the border receiving him in a resplendent manner. The two poets who praise only the Peerless paraman saluted and hugged each other after a long bodily separation though their minds were together under the two floral Feet of the Lord. The king took him on an elephant, he holding a radiant white umbrella for n^AyanAr, to the royal palace. thampirAn thozar accepted in love the services of the saintly supremo of the chEra land. vanRoNdar worshiped the wonderful abodes of the White-Ash-smeared Lord in the chEra land.
One day when chErar was involved in the enchanting worship of the Snake coiled Lord, n^AyanAr entered the Lord's abode thiruvanychaik kaLam. Bowing down in bhakthi many times the brilliant gem of shiavism sang the Blissful thalikkuth thalai mAlai in the intention of breaking the bondful worldly affairs and the deeds that made him stay in the world completing the Lord intended to bring him back to His service at kayilai. He commanded the divines to bring the devotee on a white elephant. thampirAn thOzar thanking the Nameless of thousands of names got on the elephant thinking in the truthfulness of friendship the chEra king who could realize the thinkings of all the beings. The king kazaRiRRaRivAr realizing this rushed on a horse that stood nearby to anychaikkaLam and saw the n^AyanAr elegantly riding on an elephant to Lord's kayilai; he didn't stop, chanted the powerful and supreme Holy Five Letters of the Lord in the ears of the horse and it rushed raising in the air. His horse reached chun^dharar's elephant circumambulated and continued in the whisk towards the Sacred Abode.
On his way the blessed chun^dharar sang thAnenai munpadaiththAn praising the immense Grace the Lord showered to him. On reaching the southern gate of the mount chErar and chun^dharar got down and with the mind directed towards the Unique proceeded to His abode. At the gate of the abode chErar was stopped by the gate-keepers, while chun^dharar was allowed to the place of the Lord. Like the calf that rushes to the cow after a long separation chun^dharar rushed to the Lord as a opened up spring of love praising Him, saluting Him and loosing himself in Him. He thanked the peerless Grace He did to him. The pure hearted one even after attaining the only and highly valuable bliss for the self, indicated to the Lord that the chErA king was still outside. The Lord ordered him to be granted permission to enter His place. Sure, the association with the good brings good ! The great devotee chEramAn who was blessed with such a marvelous friend rushed to the Floral Feet of the Lord singing Him in thiruk kayilAya nyAna ulA. chun^dharar becoming again AlAla chun^dharar in His service and along with chEramAn became the heads of the service groups of the Lord in His abode. By the blessings of the Goddess paravaiyAr, chaN^giliyAr became kamaliniyAr, anin^dhidhaiyAr to serve Her. The king of oceans brought to the world at thiruvanychaik kaLam the padhikam chun^dharar sang on his way to kayilai. mAchAththanAr conveyed the ulA sung by chErar to public at thirup pidavUr. The glory of the devotees who bear the Glorious Lord shiva in their hearts stood spread throughout the world. Let the glorious love of chun^dharar towards the Supreme stay in the mind