n^ambiyArUrar stayed worshiping the Lord and his devotees singing thiruththoNdath thokai and composing many songs on the Lord in the Anthill. There was a farmer kuNdaiyUrk kizavar who adored ArUrar a lot. He used to supply rice, lentils and other food grains for his house out of his reverence. Once the monsoon failed thrashing down the agricultural production. The farmer devotee who enjoyed serving the devotee of the Lord who concealed the great river ga.nga in His red Matted-hair, was quite worried how he would serve ArUrar that time. He slept in that anxiety that night. In his dreams the Lord Who is Easily pleased with devotion appeared and told that He would give the rice for ArUrar. The next morning he was amazed to see a huge mountain of rice that covered the limits of the town. He praised the Glory of the Lord and the ease of His Grace towards the devotees. Realizing that the stack of grains was too huge for him to mobilize to paravaiyAr's house, he surrendered himself to ArUrar telling the grace the Lord made and his inability to bring that to his house.
ArUrar came with the farmer to his town kuNdaiyUr and saw the immenseness of the grain heap and supplicated to the Lord at kOLiLi to mobilize the grain heap to ArUr. That night by His grace His lilliput army moved the heap to ArUr filling the whole town. paravaiyAr praised His grace, announced that everybody could take the parts of the heaps that are in the boundary of their houses and she took what was required. The town praised their generosity.
thampirAn thOzar went to n^AttiyaththAn kudi on the request of the devotee kOtpuliyAr(1) where he was worshiped in the hospitality of kOtpoluyAr. He gave his two loving daughters vanappakai, chiN^gadi as slaves to ArUrar. But ArUrar accepted them as his own daughters. He praised his love in the song he composed on the Lord of n^AttiyaththAn kudi. Worshiping the Lord at valivalam he returned to thiruvArUr. paravaiyAr required money to donate for the Lord's paN^guni uththiram(2) festival. Our n^ayanAr who would ask only the Lord for his needs went to thirup pukalUr, worshiped the Lord and slept outside out of fatigue. When he woke up he saw the tiles he kept under his head while sleeping had become gold. He sang the Lord advising the world not to sing the misers but to sing the Highly Generous God. Saluting the Lord at thiruppanaiyUr he brought the golden tiles to thiruvArUr to be used for the donation.
vanRoNdar started on a pilgrimage to salute the abodes of the Lord who rules in all the directions. He worshiped the Lord in love at thirun^annilam, vIzimizalai, thiruvAnzchiyam, arichiR karaippuththUr - n^aRaiyUr chiththIchcharam, thiruppuththUr, thiruvAvadu thuRai, idaimarudhu, thirun^agEchcharam, chivapuram, kalaiya n^allUr, thirukkudamUkku, valanychuzi, thirun^allUr, chORRuththuRai, kaNdiyUr, thiruvaiyARu, pUn^dhuruththi, thiruvAlampozil, the Lord who calls and blesses His mazapAdi, thiruvAnaikkA, thiruppAchchilAchchirAmam, painynyIli, IN^goymalaiand various abodes on both the banks of river kAviri. He worshiped the Lord of austerities with the namachchivAyath thiruppadhikam at thirup pANdik kodumudi and sang many abodes including kAnychivAyp pErUr where the Lord shiva showed the cosmic dance He plays in thillai, venychamAk kUdal in the koN^gu land.
The king of n^avalUr continued his journey worshiping the Lord in the abodes of kaRkudi, thiruvARai mERRaLi, innambar, puRambayam, the Lord who guides to Him His kUdalaiyARRUr and reached in thirumudhukunRam. There he got from the Lord singing Him 12,000 gold coins. As per the Lord's suggestion he left the gold in the river maNimuththARu to collect it in the pond of thiruvArUr. He bowed down to the Lord who is love at kadambUr, thillai, karuppaRiyalUr, maNNip padikkarai, vAzkoLip puthhtUr, kAnAttu muLLUr, thiru edhirkoL pAdi, thiruvELvikkudi - thuruththi and reached in thiruvArUr saluting many abodes. He worshiped the vIdhi vidaN^gar of thiruvArUr and reached back at home.