The king of God, thirun^Avukkarachar keeping the holy feet of the Lord of thiruvArUr wanted to worship the God at pUmpukalUr . At the same time at the muruga n^AyanAr (1) monastery, the young prodigy thirunyAnychampan^dhar (2) was there after worshiping many abodes of the Lord. He along with the devotees came to receive appar. With the huge number of sacred hearted devotees the meeting was like the meeting of two oceans. When asked about the festivities in thiruvArUr appar sang "muththu vidhAnam" that described the magnificent thiruvAdhirai(3) festival. Attracted to worship the God of thiruvArUr, thirunyAnachampan^dhar told appar perumAn that he would salute thiruvArUr and come back to stay with him. appar praised the Lord sweeter than honey residing at pUmpukalUr with melting heart and stayed there serving Him. He worshiped thiruchcheN^kAttaN^kudi, thirun^aLLARu, ayavan^dhi, thirumarukal and returned back to thiruppukalUr. Meanwhile thirunyAnachampan^dhar returned after praising the Lord of thiruvArUr. Then two more great devotees chiRuththoNdar (4), n^Ilanakkar(5) also joined them. Nothing can be said other than great for such an assembly of great devotees. When great people meet they talk only great, they at the monastery of muruga n^AyanAr talked about the Great Lord on the great white kailAsham .
Later appar left pUmpukalUr along with thirunyAnachampan^dhar to sing the other abodes of God leaving other devotees. They saluted the Supreme at thiru ambar and proceeded tothirukkadavUr vIrattam the place where the Lord kicked the death to death for the devotee. At the kuN^kiliyak kalaya n^AyanAr (6) monastery they accepted the food along with other devotees. They worshiped thiruk kadavUr mayAnam, thiruvAkkUr and reached at thiru vIzi mizalai . With emerging emotions of extreme love they prostrated to the Premier Lord of thiruvIzimizalai and sang beautiful poetry. After some time due to the failure of monsoon and drought in river kAvEri there was not enough food resulting in a famine. While the people were suffering due to the famine the Lord with deer and axe appeared in the dreams of the two saints and told them that though they were beyond getting suffered due to famine, for the benefit of the devotees who salute them, the Lord would give a solution. From the next day they were getting a coin each on the eastern and western dais of the temple by the grace of God. Those selfless service minded devotees used that golden coin to feed the entire public whoever salutes the hunger removing Lord shiva. Those true devotees did not stop at elevating themselves but made efforts with sincere motive to alleviate the pain of all others by the grace of God. While shiva Itself is the form of love how can the dedicated devotees who never stray away from Him overlook the pains of others ? The sage of flawless, faithful service got flawless golden coins from that flawless Mercy. Thus they both killed the killing famine there. When the planetary motion became normal and the rain showered making the people rejoice bringing the awesome famine to an end, the two devotees thought of worshiping the other abodes of the Blue-throated.
Praying the Lord of thiruvAnychiyam they arrived at thirumaRaikkAdu . Circumambulating the temple the king of God and son of God arrived in front of the altar of the God. The historic big door through which once upon a time the great vEdas went and worshiped the Heart of vEdas, was sealed by the vEdas after the worship. The two saints saw all the devotees using a sideway door to enter the temple and worship. The saint of chIrkAzi requested appar perumAn to sing to open the door so that they can enter the temple through the door facing the abode. On his words thirun^Avukkarachar sang a padhikam starting "paNNInEru moziyAL". Probably the Lord was so involved in his wonderful praise that the door did not open even after the tenth hymn ! Then he sang "irakkam onRillIr" (You have no mercy) upon which the Lord immediately opened that giant door. Amidst the roaring devotees upon this marvel they went in. Worshiped the Warrior on earth chariot with wholeness of devotion. After coming out appar asked thirunyAnachampan^dhar to sing to close the door. As soon as he started to sing the door closed itself. Exclaiming the grace of God he completed the padhikam . Then on that famous door was used by the local people everyday for worship. Later in the mutt wondering the simplicity of champan^dhar's hymn upon which the door closed immediately, the humble most appar perumAn was afraid that he did not understand the grace of the Lord. With this thoughts he slept in a corner.
In the dream of that sincere servant the Supreme appeared to say, "Will be there in vAymUr, come along". Surprised the sage got up and left the thirumaRaikkAdu. The Source as guide led him. The Lord showed a beautiful temple and got obscured in the temple. appar followed Him but could not catch Him. By this time champan^dhar also hearing about this came there. Worried if he against the idea of God opened the door, he was yearning to see the Lord. Then the Lord showed His graceful form unexplorable by even brahma and vishNu to champan^dhar and to appar perumAn also making him sing that God. Then they went to thiruvAymUr to pray to the Lord with perennial love. Praising the Lord of thiruvAymUr to their satisfaction to the world's satisfaction to the Lord's satisfaction and keeping His holy feet in the mind they returned back to the vEdas praising thirumaRaikkAdu. Then some messengers for champan^dhar from the pANdiya minister kulachchiRai n^AyanAr (7) sent in presence of the queen maN^gaiyarkkarachiyAr (8) came. To the prodigy who enquired about the well-being of those two marvelous devotees, they replied they were happy praising the feet of champan^dhar who came to establish the greatness of shaivam and told that the bad deeds of Jains go beyond the limits of tolerance in their kingdom. Determined to enlighten the king and the people of shaivam champan^dhar raised to go to the pANdiya kingdom. The sage of superior affection, appar did not wanted to allow him as he was anxious about the tortures those merciless people would do to the child champan^dhar. But the saint of chIrkAzi was determined to exhibit the supremacy of shaivam and decided not to do anything else before that. When appar wanted to go and prove the greatness of the grace of shiva and the love for Him himself instead of young champan^dhar, champan^dhar was strong that he would go himself. With appar perumAn unable to hold him back champn^dhar proceeded to pANdiya kindom.